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Ubon defiant in defence as Dolphins slip to home defeat

Pattaya United 0, Ubon UMT 1 Pattaya United welcomed fellow Premier League strugglers Ubon UMT to the Dolphins’ stadium last Sunday, May 14, with United...

Dolphins left deflated by late Bangkok winner

Pattaya United’s horrendous home form at the Nongprue Stadium continued against Bangkok Glass last Saturday when they lost to a late goal by Peerapong...

Dolphins desperate for win as specter of relegation looms

Thai Premier League Football 2012 Season Pattaya United face a nervous climax to the Thai Premier League season after a goalless draw against Bangkok...

Do-Yeon rescues a point for United with last gasp goal

Following two successive home wins, Pattaya United took to the road for the first time this season to take on Bangkok Glass in the...

United settle for a point as Thai Premier League resumes

Pattaya United returned to Thai Premier League action last weekend but drew a blank on their away trip to the capital to face fourth...

United climb to sixth after 1-0 win over Sisaket

Pattaya United’s steady climb up the Thai Premier League rankings continued after they secured a 1-0 win over Sisaket FC at the IPE Stadium...

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