Thailand 1 Poland 3

Thailand lost 3-1 to Poland in the ‘coveted’ King’s Cup yesterday, while Denmark saw off Singapore 5-1.

I didn’t get to see the game myself – I rarely have chance to watch anything – but based on the Bangkok Post report, it seems to have been fairly one-sided, with the Poles scoring a couple of times after the Thai defence got itself in a tangle and then scored a third five minutes from the end just after losing a player for a second yellow card. Therdsak Chaiman, sporting monkish tonsure, got a consolation penalty just before the end (not sure if it was the equivalent of the referee offering a mercy hump).

Next up, on Saturday, will be the Land of Smiles versus the Home of Bacon and the Sledded Ones take on the Lion City Flibbertigibbets.

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JW has been one of the first contributors to this blog before he gave up on it all in April 2010, during a time when Thai society got more and more polarized about political matters because of red-shirt protesters.

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