22 man squad for the King's Cup:
Kosin Hathairattanakool (Chonburi, 45 caps, 0 goals)
Kittisak Rawangpa (Osotsapa M-150, 43, 0)
Sivaruck Tedsungnoen (BEC, 4, 0)
Niweat Siriwong (BEC, 89, 3)
Nattaporn Phanrit (Muang Thong Utd, 43, 2)
Suree Sukha (Chonburi, 42, 2)
Natthaphong Samana (Chonburi, 25, 1)
Patiparn Phetphun (PEA, 12, 4)
Cholratit Jantakam (Chonburi, 10, 0)
Rangsan Viwatchaichok (PEA, 9, 0)
Panupong Wongsa (PEA, 2, 0)
Datsakorn Thonglao (Hoang Anh Gia Lai, 58, 8)
Sutee Sukomskit (Tampines Rovers, 58, 14)
Pichitphong Choeichiu (KTB, 38, 2)
Suchao Nutnum (TOT, 36, 5)
Surat Sukha (Chonburi, 10, 0)
Arthit Sunthornpit (Chonburi, 7, 2)
Salahudin Arware (Muang Thong Utd, 4, 0)
Teerasil Dangda (Muang Thong Utd, 23, 10)
Ronnachai Rangsiyo (PEA, 10, 4)
Anon Sangsanoi (BEC, 7, 2)
Issarapong Lilakorn (Khon Kaen, 1, 0)
So, recalls for striker Lilakorn, defender Wongsa and goalkeeper Tedsungnoen.
I still feel that we are a bit light in the attacking areas and the basis of this squad will be used for the Iran match.
Under Coach Reid at the moment, he has always gone with much more experienced players for games with points at stake and slowly brought in young, inexpereinced lads for the friendly games. Don't be surprised to see Lilakorn and Aware used in both King's Cup matches.
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