Saturday, 6 August 2011


From the OS:

Muangthong United skipper Nataporn Panrit is getting better following his collapsing during the 2-2 Toyota League Cup last 16 second-leg draw against Kasetsart University FC on Tuesday before has been taken to the hospital urgently.

“He’s getting better now and he has been looked after by doctors closely.” Kilins’ general manager Ronnarit Suewaja insisted. “Today (August 3) the doctors will monitor him meticulously including the causes of his collapsing and his Electrocardiogram, then the result revealed that he is fine but maybe the hot condition has caused him dehydration and then he collapsed.
"Oat" is the second mysterious casualty this season after Miroslav Toth "nearly died" when he collapsed on the day of the Navy game. Nattaporn will be sorely missed as he's been a great captain and excellent rearguard throughout this season and Panupong also seems to be suffering from some tweaks.

Luckily, Zesh is on form and probably benefiting from his rest earlier in the season. As they strive to return to fitness, there could be competition for the second CB slot. Diarra looked much improved in recenntr TLC games and other defenders can also play at CB.

On a brighter note, Zesh Rehman is expecting his first child later this year and is enjoying his time in Thailand.

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