BGFC lost to TTM last night at Jalan Besar Stadium in the 2nd leg of the 2009 Singapore Cup. BGFC’s goals were scored by Chatree Chimtalay (6′, 86′) and thanks to Peerathat Phoruendee’s own goal in the 71st minutes. Goals from TTM were scored by Supphakorn Ramkulabsuk (8′), Paul Bekombo (20′, 62′) and Worawut Wangsawad (90′). The match ended with both side playing with 10 players as Camary Aly from TTM booked for the second time and Wachira Sangsri was sent of in the 90th minutes. BGFC however managed to go into the final (aggregate 9-3) which they will face Geylang United of Singapore on 8th November.
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Buakaw Por Pramuk is a Muay Thai fighter from Surin, Thailand. He is the former champion of Omnoi Stadium and 2 times K-1 World Max champion. However, he lost to Andy Souwer in the final 4 of the K-1 World Max 2009 which was held in Yokohama, Japan on 26th October 2009. From my view, Buakaw should have win the fight as he landed more kicks on Souwer. Many could not believe that Buakaw had just lost the fight.
Even after the decision was announced, Masato the Japanese fighter looks shock with the decision. Afterall, this is a sport. There will be a winner and loser. Buakaw accepted this although he looks very dissapointed with it.
BGFC trashed TTM Samut Sakhon 6-0 in Jurong West Stadium in Singapore yesterday. Goals were scored by Samuel Ajayi’s hatrick (1′,12′,72′), Saran Promkaew (11′), Tanat Wongsupalak (34′) and Rungroj Sawangsri (52′). It might be easy for BGFC to go into the final but there will be 90 minutes more to be played.
BGFC are in Singapore now and will be facing TTM Samut Sakhon tonigh at Jurong West Stadium.
สู้ๆครับ ปีนี้ขอสักแชมป์นะ ตัวไม่ไปแต่ใจเชียร์ บีจี
My favourite football club in Thailand Premier League is Bangkok Glass FC (BGFC). BG is still new as it was formed in 2006. They got the chance to compete in Thai Premier League after taking over Krung Thai Bank FC early this year. Earlier in this season, BGFC was coached by a German, Hans Emser. With straight 12 games unbeaten in a row, Emser decided to work with the youth team and the club management appointed the new coach Surachai Jaturapattarapong. Surachai or better known as Nguan is a former Thai National player from 1997 to 2001.
The nickname for BGFC is The Rabbits (กระต่าย BG) or BG. The club is based in Pathum Thani Province. The home ground is Queen Sirikit’s 60th Anniversary Stadium, Rangsit. Normally during the match which involves BCFC, the supporters will sing the club song. Female supportes will wear the rabbit headband.
BGFC finish third this season behind Muang Thong United and Chonburi FC. BGFC were invited to play in RHB Singapore Cup 2009. They won Woodlands Wellington of Singapore and Phnom Penh Crown of Cambodia before went into the semi final where they will meet their domestic rival TTM Samut Sakhon. BGFC and TTM Samut Sakhon will meet on this 26th October in Jurong West Stadium for first leg and 29th October in Jalan Besar Stadium for second leg. Both venues are in Singapore.
This will be an interesting match as BGFC lost to TTM Samut Sakhon 1-2 away in Samut Sakhon and won back at home with 2-0 victory. Anyway, my prediction is BGFC will win with a 2-0 victory. You Never Jump Alone!!
Boxing star Sagai JockeyGym died of a brain haemorrhage on Monday night in Japan after a TKO defeat to reigning champion, Japanese Niki Kasueyoshi in a super bantamweight bout challenging Niki’s title.
After a TKO decision in Round 10, Sagai, or 20-year-old Somboon Wiengchai, left the Fukuoka ring in a dazed condition, before he fainted in a dressing room. He was unconscious on arrival at a local hospital. Doctors gave him CPR after his heart stopped, but he was pronounced dead.
Sommart Hongsakul, Sagai’s trainer said Sagai was fit and had trained sufficiently. He passed a physical examination and was rated as highly healthy before the bout.
“The injuries were caused by Sagai’s more than 100-per-cent fighter’s spirit, in addition to suffering heavy blows from his opponent,” he said. The Japanese’s boxing promotion team pledged Bt500,000 for Sagai’s family and all expenses in sending his body back to Thailand.
Sagai’s mother, Pui, said she last spoke with him when he was at the airport before flying off to Japan. “I don’t know what to do, I feel so tired like I am going to be shocked. I pity him and I miss him very much. But my friends are consoling me, saying that I should be proud that my son died doing what he loved most,” she said.
Sagai’s father, Kling, said Sagai supported him in building a new home in Udon Thani’s Prajak Silapakhom district. He said Sagai had been a fighter since he was a child. His previous ring name was Singdam (black lion) Kiat Moo Kao (honour of Moo 9 Ville), because he was a dark boy and the name of Kiat Moo Kao was after his village, where he was born and raised.
Wiwat Sirion, Sagai’s first trainer, said he brought Sagai to boxing when he was 13, studying in Grade 7. and that he was a well-behaved boy. “I am sad over his death, and never thought of him dying from boxing,” he said.