Former China boss Alain Perrin is hoping it will be a case of "last but not least" after being the final candidate to be interviewed for the position of Thailand's head coach.
The Frenchman met Thai officials on Monday, three days after last Friday's deadline, due to the efforts of one of his former players. Benoit Croissant, who Perrin managed at Troyes in Ligue 1, is a former S.League player based in Singapore who helped set up the meeting with the Football Association of Thailand (FAT).
The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) have asked the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) for permission to shift their national team home base from Kuala Lumpur to Larkin Stadium in Johor Bahru.
This would start with the 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualifier against Lebanon on June 13.
There were ominous signs that such a request was on the cards after the Malaysian squad's equipment was transferred to the home of Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) to ensure better security. The move is also in line with the wish...
Former Ghana boss Milovan Rajevac has "already been chosen" as Thailand head coach following the surprise resignation of Kiatisuk Senamuang last month, according to Thai-language media reports.
Rajevac almost took Ghana to the last four of the 2010 World Cup, and this achievement has apparently seen him impress the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) enough to hand him the task of taking over from Kiatisuk.
The 63-year-old Serbian's wage demands have also reportedly been one of the factors in...