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A Bangkok Football Club player who struck his opponent with a Muay Thai-style elbow strike to the face could receive a lifetime ban. Aitsaret Noichaiboon slammed his elbow into the player’s face, fracturing his cheekbone. He received 24 stitches on his upper lip and doctors say he also suffered a blood clot in his nose. The football club terminated Aitsaret’s contract after the incident on Sunday. North Bangkok University was leading 3-0 during the end of the match when Supasan Ruangsuphanimit caught Aitsaret’s heels, who then ran up to Supasan and struck him in the face with his elbow. Supasan […]

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Disagree strongly! He needs anger mgr classes ., together with 100 hours of instructional time teaching  young Thai on the correct way to Wai  !

Banning is the extreme! If he acts out again , then by all means yes

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This was the other day. If you saw the hit on the news then you saw it was a rather brutal hit. So if he gets banned from football, then maybe if he has a degree from univeristy or gets an honorary one, then maybe he can join Thamanat's new political party or group. Would fit in perefect.

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So you reported that the bus driver responsible for killing 8 whilst driving full of Class A drugs, 'May have his licence SUSPENDED', yet a footballer gets a life ban for an on field loss of temper.... Really...!

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