Five Dragons at Incheon: Encouragement
Through the Asian Games semifinal match against South Korea, what the national football team needs most is an encouragement.
The path to semifinal is of course rocky yet they have two more matches to carry out their dream. BEC-Tero Sanana’s five dragon representing the national team are Chanathip “Messi J” Songkrasin, the left and right wing-backs Perapat Notechaiya and Narubadin Weerawatnodom, the great center-half partners Tanaboon Kasarat and Adison Promrak. They all had conducted a fantastic performance so far.
But semifinal ain’t easy and to play against the host like South Korea is such a heavy and challenging task. So the most important thing they need right now is obviously an encouragement.
The team senior Rangsan “Captain Aon” Vivatchaichok sent a supportive message to the five dragons saying, “I wish you all an enthusiastic day so that you can make a memorable history for Thai people. We, BEC-Tero Sanana, will always support you guys.”
Apichet “Brother Ple” Puttan, the role model of the golden boy Narubadin Weerawatnodom, said to www.becterosasana.com, “We have to admit that we are inferior but, still, we need to make every second counts. I believe that our five dragons and everyone in the national team can surely fight neck and neck.”
No matter how loud the Korean roar is, the vigorous roar of the “Fire Dragon” companions and Thai people will of course be louder. Wait and see with Channel 3 at 18.00.