Royal Thai Army
Current Record: PLD: 10, W:0, D:2, L:8, F:5, A22, GD: -17, PTS: 2
Current Position: 16th
The Season So Far: One to forget, 2 points from 10 games and with an hectic schedule to begin with come the second half of the season. Regularly leaking goals and simply can’t find the net for love nor money. Simply put, going straight to Division One.
Any need for high or low points?
Current Record: PLD: 11, W:4, D:4, L:3, F:16, A:11, GD: +5, PTS: 16
Current Position: 6th
High Point: Away form has been exceptional, only losing once, and even holding current leaders BEC to a 1-1 draw.
Low Point: Could have been further up the table if they had beaten the likes of former champions Bkk Uni and Nakhon Pathom in games that help keep your Premeir League status.
The Season So Far: Taken the Premier League like a duck takes to water. Currently sitting in a nose bleeding position. Should comfortably stay clear of relegation. A top half finish will certainly make the fans proud. Hopefully the province club will progress in the future and help break the Bangkok mould with Chonburi in the years to come.
Current Record: PLD: 12, W:3, D:6, L:3, F:7, A:9, GD: -2, PTS: 15
Current Position: 10th
High Point: Away form will keep them up, as they seem to play tight and pick up the points
Low Point: Once again, like many clubs this season, they fail to find the net, only 7 goals scored all year. Disappointing mauling at home to Krung Thai Bank, until then, looked to have a solid defence
The Season So Far: Lack of goals to any club spells trouble. Should have enough to stay clear of relegation, but until they start scoring, trouble will always lay in their wake.
Current Record: PLD: 10, W:7, D:1, L:2, F:12, A:5, GD: +7, PTS: 22
Current Position: 2nd
High Point: The whole season has been a high for them, in with championship credentials and conceded the lowest so far, with only 5 conceded.
Low Point: Defeat to Coke-Bangpra, just shows if you want to win things, you need to win these matches.
The Season So Far: May well just carry off the Championship come the end of the season, an impressive start to the campaign, looked to drop off slighty but have stuck on in their. On their day, can be real title contenders.
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