Natipong Sritong-In

Natipong Sritong-In (Thai เนติพงษ์ ศรีทองอินทร์) or "Alfred" is a Thai former professional footballer who played as a striker. He scored 25 goals for the Thailand national team between 1995 and 1997[5] including at the 1996 AFC Asian Cup finals and 1996 AFF Championship top scorer with 7 goals.[6] In 1997 Natipong retired from international football, turning instead to golf.

Natipong Sritong-In
Personal information
Full name Natipong Sritong-In
Date of birth (1972-09-08) 8 September 1972 (age 49)
Place of birth Bangkok, Thailand[1]
Height 1.72 m (5 ft 8 in)
Position(s) Striker
Youth career
Stade Français[2]
1982–1983 Racing Club de France[3]
1989–1990 Olympique Noisy-le-Sec[4]
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1991–1993 Olympique Noisy-le-Sec 21 (3)
1994 Bangkok Bank ? (?)
1994–1997 Thai Farmer Bank FC 89 (66)
Total 110 (69)
National team
1994–1997 Thailand 55 (25)
Teams managed
2017–2018 Kalasin
2018 Navy
Honours
Thailand national football team
Sea Games
Gold medal – first place Sea Games 1995 Football
Gold medal – first place Sea Games 1997 Football
*Club domestic league appearances and goals

International goalsEdit

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. 10 December 1995 Chiang Mai, Thailand   Vietnam 3–1 Won 1995 Southeast Asian Games
2. 10 December 1995 Chiang Mai, Thailand   Vietnam 3–1 Won 1995 Southeast Asian Games
3. 12 December 1995 Chiang Mai, Thailand   Cambodia 9–0 Won 1995 Southeast Asian Games
4. 16 December 1995 Chiang Mai, Thailand   Vietnam 4–0 Won 1995 Southeast Asian Games
5. 16 December 1995 Chiang Mai, Thailand   Vietnam 4–0 Won 1995 Southeast Asian Games
6. 9 February 1996 Bangkok, Thailand   Finland 1–0 Won King's Cup 1996
7. 16 February 1996 Bangkok, Thailand   Finland 5–2 Won King's Cup 1996
8. 16 February 1996 Bangkok, Thailand   Finland 5–2 Won King's Cup 1996
9. 16 February 1996 Bangkok, Thailand   Finland 5–2 Won King's Cup 1996
10. 27 June 1996 Bangkok, Thailand   Maldives 8–0 Won 1996 Asian Cup qualification
11. 27 June 1996 Bangkok, Thailand   Maldives 8–0 Won 1996 Asian Cup qualification
12. 27 June 1996 Bangkok, Thailand   Maldives 8–0 Won 1996 Asian Cup qualification
13. 7 July 1996 Singapore   Myanmar 7–1 Won 1996 Asian Cup qualification
14. 9 July 1996 Singapore   Singapore 2–2 Drew 1996 Asian Cup qualification
15. 2 September 1996 Singapore   Philippines 5–0 Won 1996 Tiger Cup
16. 2 September 1996 Singapore   Philippines 5–0 Won 1996 Tiger Cup
17. 6 September 1996 Singapore   Brunei 6–0 Won 1996 Tiger Cup
18. 6 September 1996 Singapore   Brunei 6–0 Won 1996 Tiger Cup
19. 8 September 1996 Singapore   Malaysia 1–1 Drew 1996 Tiger Cup
20. 13 September 1996 Singapore   Vietnam 4–2 Won 1996 Tiger Cup
21. 13 September 1996 Singapore   Vietnam 4–2 Won 1996 Tiger Cup
22. 9 February 1997 Bangkok, Thailand   Japan 1–1 Drew King's Cup 1997
23. 9 March 1997 Bangkok, Thailand   Hong Kong 2–0 Won 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification
24. 30 March 1997 Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong   Hong Kong 2–3 Lost 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification
25. 12 October 1997 Jakarta, Indonesia   Cambodia 4–0 Won 1997 Southeast Asian Games

HonoursEdit

ClubsEdit

Thai Farmer Bank

InternationalEdit

Thailand

IndividualEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://www.fourfourtwo.com/th/features/eruuengelaakhnekaayukh-90-chiiwitsilpinluukhnangkhngalefrd[dead link]
  2. ^ https://www.fourfourtwo.com/th/features/eruuengelaakhnekaayukh-90-chiiwitsilpinluukhnangkhngalefrd[dead link]
  3. ^ https://www.fourfourtwo.com/th/features/eruuengelaakhnekaayukh-90-chiiwitsilpinluukhnangkhngalefrd[dead link]
  4. ^ https://www.fourfourtwo.com/th/features/eruuengelaakhnekaayukh-90-chiiwitsilpinluukhnangkhngalefrd[dead link]
  5. ^ Alfred's Profile in Siamfootball
  6. ^ Courtney, Barrie (15 December 2006). "Asian Nations Cup 1996 Final Tournament - Extended Details". RSSSF.