Thailand aim to retain the title at the annual King’s Cup tournament, which will take place from 14 to 16 July at Bangkok’s Rajamangala National Stadium.
On the contrary with the defensive tactics used in the in his first two games in charge of Thailand against Uzbekistan and the UAE, coach Milovan Rajevac said his team would play an attacking game at the King’s Cup.
“We know that Thai fans want to see the team go on the attack,” said Rajevac, as quoted by Bangkok Posts.
“In the games against Uzbekistan and the UAE, we played defensively because they are stronger than us. At the King’s Cup, we will become more entertaining.”
In the four-team friendly tournament, The War Elephants will face North Korea while Belarus take on Burkina Faso on July 14 with the winners meeting in the final 2 days later.