Thai coach Choketawee needs clear role amid conflict-management

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insisted that he wants Football Association of (FAT) to make an immediate decision about his role in the national team management.

The 40-year-old tactician, who led the Thai U-23 squad to clinch the 2015 SEA Games gold medals in last June, was reportedly disappointed after the FAT hasn’t made any clarification regarding his future.

“On Wednesday, I will discuss with (FAT president) Worawi Makudi and (head coach) ,” he said was quoted by Bangkok Post after missing out the Monday’s meeting of national staff coaches.

“I don’t know how this matter will end. If we can’t find a conclusion, then I am ready to withdraw from the national team.”

Following the SEA Games success, the former Thai Farmer Bank star was previously suggested to guide the Young Changsuk in the January’s AFC U-23 Championship, while Kiatisuk will remain his focus on senior team.

Choketawee is currently registered as one of Kiatisuk’s assistant coaches along with Wirat Wangjan and Apisit Khaikaew.