The Football Association of Thailand (FAT) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the United Arab Emirates Football Association (UAEFA) for future cooperation in between the two countries.

The MoU was signed yesterday by FAT chief Pol Gen Somyot Poompunmuang and UAEFA president Sheikh Rashid Humaid Al Nuaimi during a video conference.

The finalizing of the contract will start a new age of cooperation between Thailand and the UAE, guaranteeing the participation of their national teams in various friendly competitions arranged by the 2 national football governing bodies.

It would likewise lead the way for the 2 countries to have joint training camps for their nationwide senior, youth and ladies’s teams and exchange knowhow in numerous fields consisting of sports sciences and medication.

Besides, the MoU likewise requires cooperation in development of football at the junior level, building of the public centers, training of coaches and referees and making use of Video Assistant Referee (VAR) technology.

Peeradol ‘positive’.

Samut Prakan City skipper Peeradol Chamratsamee is hoping his group would continue their good run in Thai League 1 when the competitors resumes on Feb 6 after a month-long break due to a new age of Covid-19 infection infections in the country.

The crafty midfielder said: “Prior to the break, we were having some great outcomes and I am positive our group could continue the good run.

” The level of confidence of every player in the group is quite high at the minute and our fitness level is also 100 percent due to the fact that we never stopped training throughout the break. We do not have any injury also.

” We are hoping to win as many matches as possible as our target stays to get approved for the 2022 AFC Champions League and I believe we can achieve our objective.”.