Muangthong United have appointed former Thailand national player, Totchtawan (Tawan) Sripan as the club’s new head coach.
After announcing the departure of Dragan Talajic, Muangthong United unveiled the new head coach of the club, Totchatawan Sripan.
The 45-year-old head coach will take a charge at Muangthong United starting from the friendly match against Becamex Binh Duong of Vietnam. His first official match is the 2016 AFC Champion League playoff round 2 against Johor Darul Ta’zim of Malaysia.
Totchtawan, formerly known as Tawan Sripan, was regarded as the legendary midfielder of Thailand national team with three AFF Championship titles and four SEA Games gold medals.
He started his managing career in 2009 as the player/coach of BEC Tero Sasana and led The Fire Dragons to the final of the FA Cup. He later moved to his hometown club Saraburi and led the Warriors to the top league of Thailand in 2014. Totchtawan spent a half of the last season inheriting the role of late Attaphol Puspakom and led Police United to the D1 champion title.