Ronnachai Rungsiyo and Thanongsak Phanphipat have both joined BEC Tero. Rungsiyo showed great potential in his few appearances for MTU and caused me to call for him to be given a longer run in the first team. However, when the chance came he didn't seem to be mentally right.
Phanphipat seemed the ideal backup goalkeeper with experience and a professional attitude. A few fans had doubts about him before the FA Cup final, yet he probably emerged as the best MTU player of the game.
Jakkaphon Keawprom has joined Buriram PEA. Jakkaphon was my "Is he a hit or miss?" subject for the season as, in his early days, he looked distinctly shaky and error-prone at right-back but as the season went on, he became more and more solid. Sadly, Buriram PEA will reap the rewards of Muangthong's coaching of this young player.
Good luck to all our departees and 'thank you' for everything. Fans should stay braced for more outgoing transfers in the next few weeks.
A summary of transfers so far:
Kone Muhammed - KV Mechelen (Belgium)
Jakkaphon Keawprom - Buriram PEA
Ronnachai Rungsiyo - BEC Tero
Thanongsak Phanphipat - BEC Tero
Christian Yao Koukao - Belgium or France - yet to be confirmed
Santi Chaiyaphuak - Pattaya United - not yet confirmed by MTU
Anon Sangsanoi - BEC Tero - not yet confirmed