Thongchai Sukkoki

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Thongchai Sukkoki
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Personal information
Full name Thongchai Sukkoki
Date of birth (1973-08-17) 17 August 1973 (age 50)
Place of birth Ayuthaya, Thailand
Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Position(s) Goalkeeper
Youth career
Debsirin
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1993 Debsirin
1994–1998 Krung Thai Bank
1999–2002 Rajpracha
International career
1994–2000 Thailand
Managerial career
2008–2009 Chula United
2009–2011 Debsirin School
2011–2012 Port
2012–2013 Ayutthaya
2013–2014 Prachuap
2014–2015 Khon Kaen United
2016–2017 Customs United
2017 Kopoon Warrior
2017–2023 Nakhon Pathom United
2023 BG Pathum United
*Club domestic league appearances and goals

Thongchai Sukkoki (Thai : ธงชัย สุขโกกี, born 17 August 1973) is a Thai professional football manager, former player and Football Critics YouTuber. [1]

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Managerial career

Nakhon Pathom United

In 2017, After the club relegation to Thai League 4, Sukkoki was hired as the club's coach. The club started again in the Tier 4 league by creating a new team and searching for young players from the initial selection of footballers, with only three players left from the previous season. Nakhon Pathom went on to won the 2018 Thai League 4 Western Region. In 2019, he won his second title after winning the 2019 Thai League 3 Lower Region and was promoted to Thai League 2. Under Sukkoki's management, the King Tiger play a style of football based on maintaining possession by building from the back, and good as combination play. [2]

In 2023, Sukkoki led Nakhon Pathom United won 2022–23 title and the club was promoted to Thai League 1.

BG Pathum United

On 8 May 2023, BG Pathum United appointed Sukkoki as the Rabbits' new head coach in the final league game and The Revo Cup 2022-23 final as well as the start of the Thai League 1 next season. [3] Sukkoki’s debut match ended with a home win over Chonburi, followed by a defeat to Buriram United in the 2022–23 Thai League Cup final. [4]

BG Pathum United started off the 2023–24 Thai League 1 season well, drawing 2–2 to Police Tero on matchday 1 on 11 August 2023, and went on to draw 0–0 at home against PT Prachuap on 18 August 2023. The club then flies off to Shanghai to face Shanghai Port on 22 August 2023 in the 2023–24 AFC Champions League qualifying play-offs when in the 12-minute, Uzbekistan striker, Igor Sergeyev opened up the account to lead the match 1–0 before scoring his second goal in the 26th minute and eventually scoring a hat-trick in the 61st minute to send BG Pathum United through to the 2023–24 AFC Champions League group stage in a 2–3 away win at the Pudong Football Stadium.

Managerial statistics

As of match played 24 December 2023
Managerial record by team and tenure
TeamFromToRecord
PWDLWin %
Nakhon Pathom United 17 December 20178 May 2023119523433043.70
BG Pathum United 8 May 202324 December 2023261259046.15
Total145643942044.14

Honours

Manager

Nakhon Pathom United

BG Pathum United

Individual

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