Ahead of the upcoming AFF Suzuki Cup, we look at what has happened since with the talented Thailand side that ended a 12-year title drought in 2014.
Zulfahmi Arifin has become the latest Singapore international to head to Thailand after signing a deal with Thai League (T1) side Chonburi FC.
Former A-League-winning coach Mike Mulvey got the better of Thai legend Kiatisuk 'Zico' Senamaung as BEC Tero Sasana beat Port FC 2-1 in Thailand.
Buriram United coach Bozidar Bandovic slammed the Thai League's scheduling after his team leaked a late equaliser at champions Muang Thong on Sunday.
It was third time lucky as Port FC's ex-national boss Kiatisuk Senamuang earned his first Thai League victory with a 3-1 win at home to Thai Honda.
Leandro Assumpcao hit a double as three goals in five minutes helped Muang Thong United defeat his former side Chonburi 3-1 in the Thai League.
Macedonia's Mario Gjurovski stole the coaching return of ex-Thailand head boss Kiatisuk Senamuang as Bangkok United beat Port FC in the Thai League.
It was a good weekend for former A-League coaches Mike Mulvey and Aurelio Vidmar as they won by a combined 11 goals to one at their Thailand clubs.
Ex-Premier League striker Leroy Lita hopes Sisaket can avoid relegation in Thailand after scoring a goal as they came back to draw 2-2 with Port FC.
2015 AFC Cup champions JDT, of Malaysia, did little to convince anyone of their chances of breaking their Thailand ACL jinx on a recent Thai tour.
Don't expect to be inundated with offers from Thai clubs, says former S.League favourite, Therdsak Chaiman, despite the TPL opening up an ASEAN spot.
Ex-Liverpool striker Florent Sinama Pongolle is leading from the front in the survival battle of Chainat Hornbill in the Premier League of Thailand.
Florent Sinama Pongolle's impressive start to life in Thailand hit a snag when his Chainat side lost 2-1 at relegation-doomed BBCU FC in the PLT.
The 'crazy genius' of Mario Gjurovski was for all to see as the Macedonian star sparked Bangkok United's comeback in the Premier League of Thailand.
Mario Djurovski helped Bangkok United to a 3-2 win over former club Muang Thong on match day five of the Premier League of Thailand.
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