PATTAYA Saturday June 18: The Pattaya Sports Club held the Annual General Meeting this morning at the Town-in-Town Hotel attended by over 70 elective and founder members.
Pattaya United players and officials will be left with much to contemplate over the mid-season mini-break after the ‘Dolphins’ slipped to their seventh defeat of the current campaign with a 2-0 loss at defending champions Muang Thong United last Sunday.
Humanitarians pledge to work for the betterment of society
The Lions Clubs International describes Lions as: “Whenever a Lions Club gets together, problems get smaller and communities get better. That’s because we help where help is needed - in our own communities and around the world - with unmatched integrity and energy.”
With its origins as a privately-owned street, Soi 6’s infrastructure has always been a notch or two below that of other Pattaya avenues. Power cuts are common, the water is generally brown and the road surface long resembled the surface of the moon.
Pattaya United slipped closer to the Thai Premier League relegation dogfight after relinquishing a two goal lead at the Thai Army Sports Stadium in Bangkok last Saturday.
Judges at Pattaya Hard Rock Hotel’s were looking for beauty and a deep understanding of music history and style when they chose the hotel’s “Miss Hard Rock 2011” at the beachfront hotel last month.
Pattaya United and Chonburi FC shared the spoils in a keenly fought Eastern Seaboard derby match at the Institute of Physical Education stadium in Chonburi last Sunday. The main talking point after the game however was the decision of United manager and former coach Pansak Ketwattha to quit his post, this following on from the recent resignation of first team coach Jutaporn Pramolbal.
Touts record, promises more economic, tourism development
Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva led top Democratic Party officials and candidates in July’s general election on a campaign swing through the Eastern Seaboard, touting the ruling party’s achievements and promising too boost drug suppression and tourism development.
From amphibious landings to sniper training to tips on flying one of the oldest warplanes still in the air, Thailand’s naval forces gained more useful insight into modern warfare from the U.S. Navy in the two nations’ 17th Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training exercise.
Pattaya United were able to break their losing streak and salvage a point at struggling Khon Kaen last weekend after Ludovick equalized for the Dolphins in first half injury time.