Piyapong Pue-on

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Piyapong Pue-on (Thai: ปิยะพงษ์ ผิวอ่อน; RTGSPiyaphong Phio-on) born: Padej Khankruea (Thai: เผด็จ ขันเครือ; RTGSPhadet Khankhruea; November 14, 1962) is a Thai retired football player who played as a striker. He was a member of the Thailand national team and also played for South Korean side Lucky-Goldstar FC.

Piyapong Pue-on
Piyapong Pue-on 2010-2-21.jpg
Pue-on in 2010 at Rajamangala Stadium
Personal information
Full name Piyapong Pue-on
Date of birth (1962-11-14) 14 November 1962 (age 58)
Place of birth Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Position(s) Striker
Youth career
1976–1978 Air Technical Training School
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1979–1984 Royal Thai Air Force 145 (91)
1984–1986 FC Seoul 34 (17)
1986–1989 Pahang FA 61 (70)
1989–1997 Royal Thai Air Force 248 (164)
Total 488 (342)
National team
1981–1997 Thailand 100 (70)
Teams managed
1997–2008 Royal Thai Air Force
2008–2013 TPL All-Star
2009 Nakhon Pathom
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Club careerEdit

Lucky-Goldstar FCEdit

 
Piyapong Pue-on's signed Lucky-Goldstar FC kit on display at the National Museum of Korean Contemporary History

In August 1984, Piyapong joined K League club Lucky-Goldstar FC.[1]

In the 1984 K League season, he scored on his debut on 8 September against POSCO Dolphins. He played one of the leading roles to crown the Lucky-Goldstar as the K League champions in 1985, scoring 12 goals and providing 6 assists.[2]

International careerEdit

Piyapong played for Thailand national team for 16 years (1981–1997), scoring 70 goals in 100 appearances in full international matches.[3]

International goalsEdit

Results list Thailand's goal tally first.[4]
# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. June 20, 1981 Seoul   Indonesia 1 3–1 1981 President's Cup
2. November 11, 1981 Bangkok   Pakistan 1 1–0 1981 King's Cup
3. November 15, 1981 Bangkok   Malaysia 2 2–0 1981 King's Cup
5. December 9, 1981 Manila   Malaysia 2 2–2 1981 Southeast Asian Games
7. December 11, 1981 Manila   Myanmar 2 3–3 1981 Southeast Asian Games
9. December 14, 1981 Manila   Indonesia 2 2–0 1981 Southeast Asian Games
11. December 15, 1981 Manila   Malaysia 2 2–1 1981 Southeast Asian Games
13. May 1, 1982 Bangkok   Singapore 1 1–1 1982 King's Cup
14. May 7, 1982 Bangkok     Nepal 1 3–1 1982 King's Cup
15. May 15, 1982 Bangkok   Singapore 2 2–2 1982 King's Cup
17. May 17, 1982 Bangkok   South Korea 1 0–0[a] 1982 King's Cup
18. November 24, 1982 New Delhi   Syria 1 3–1 1982 Asian Games
19. April 10, 1983 Kathmandu     Nepal 2 2–0 Affa Cup
21. May 29, 1983 Singapore   Indonesia 1 5–0 1983 Southeast Asian Games
22. May 31, 1983 Singapore   Brunei 2 2–1 1983 Southeast Asian Games
24. June 4, 1983 Singapore   Malaysia 1 1–1[b] 1983 Southeast Asian Games
25. June 6, 1983 Singapore   Singapore 1 2–1 1983 Southeast Asian Games
26. July 18, 1983 Beijing   Hong Kong 1 1–1[c] 1983 Great Wall Cup
27. July 20, 1983 Beijing   China PR 1 1–2 1983 Great Wall Cup
28. November 1, 1983 Bangkok   South Korea 1 2–1 1984 Summer Olympics qualification
29. November 10, 1983 Bangkok   China PR 1 1–0 1984 Summer Olympics qualification
30. April 15, 1984 Bangkok   Japan 3 5–2 1984 Summer Olympics qualification
33. August 9, 1984 Bangkok   Philippines 2 3–0 1984 AFC Asian Cup qualification
35. December 8, 1985 Bangkok   Malaysia 1 1–1 1985 Southeast Asian Games
36. December 12, 1985 Bangkok   Philippines 2 7–0 1985 Southeast Asian Games
38. December 15, 1985 Bangkok   Indonesia 2 7–0 1985 Southeast Asian Games
40. September 23, 1986 Daegu   United Arab Emirates 1 1–2 1986 Asian Games
41. September 29, 1986 Seoul   Pakistan 3 6–0 1986 Asian Games
44. September 10, 1987 Jakarta   Brunei 2 3–1 1987 Southeast Asian Games
46. September 19, 1987 Jakarta   Myanmar 2 4–0 1987 Southeast Asian Games
48. January 14, 1988 Bangkok   Indonesia 1 3–3 1988 King's Cup
49. January 30, 1989 Bangkok   Indonesia 2 3–0 1989 King's Cup
51. February 19, 1989 Bangkok   Bangladesh 1 1–0 1990 FIFA World Cup qualification
52. August 22, 1989 Kuala Lumpur   Myanmar 2 3–0 1989 Southeast Asian Games
54. August 24, 1989 Kuala Lumpur   Singapore 1 1–1 1989 Southeast Asian Games
55. February 10, 1993 Bangkok   China PR 1 1–0 1993 King's Cup
56. April 18, 1993 Tokyo   Bangladesh 3 4–1 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
59. May 3, 1993 Dubai   Sri Lanka 3 3–0 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
62. May 5, 1993 Dubai   Bangladesh 2 4–1 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
64. June 7, 1993 Singapore   Myanmar 1 2–0 1993 Southeast Asian Games
65. June 11, 1993 Singapore   Brunei 1 5–2 1993 Southeast Asian Games
66. June 13, 1993 Singapore   Laos 2 4–1 1993 Southeast Asian Games
68. June 20, 1993 Singapore   Myanmar 1 4–3 1993 Southeast Asian Games
69. March 2, 1997 Bangkok   South Korea 1 1–3 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification
70. October 12, 1997 Jakarta   Cambodia 1 4–0 1997 Southeast Asian Games
  1. ^ Thailand won 4–3 after the penalty shootout.
  2. ^ Thailand won 4–1 after the penalty shootout.
  3. ^ Thailand won 4–3 after the penalty shootout.

Coaching careerEdit

Piyapong coached the Royal Thai Air Force football club between 1997 and 2008.

Personal lifeEdit

Piyapong appeared in the 2004 film Born to Fight.[5]

HonoursEdit

PlayerEdit

Lucky-Goldstar FC[6]

Individual

ManagerEdit

Royal Thai Air Force

IndividualEdit

  • Asian Player of the Month: February 1997[9]
  • Asian Coach of the Month: January 1998[10]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "네이버 뉴스 라이브러리". NAVER Newslibrary (in Korean). Retrieved 28 August 2019.
  2. ^ 피아퐁 "21년 간 한국 잊어본 적 없다 (in Korean). Yonhap News. August 1, 2007.
  3. ^ "Players with 100+ Caps and 30+ International Goals". rsssf.com. Retrieved January 11, 2017.
  4. ^ "Piyapong Pue-on - Century of International Appearances". rsssf.com. Retrieved January 11, 2017.
  5. ^ "Piyapong Pue-on Filmography". bfi.org.uk. Retrieved January 11, 2017.
  6. ^ "'태국 축구영웅' 피아퐁 아들과 함께 FC서울 방문" (in Korean). FC Seoul official website. October 13, 2010. Retrieved January 23, 2017.
  7. ^ a b c "SEA's Biggest Football Exports - From Piyapong to Fandi & a Barcelona legend". FourFourTwo. 19 July 2017. Retrieved 9 December 2018.
  8. ^ "เดอะตุ๊กเผยรอคุยบอร์ดท่าเรือศุกร์นี้ก่อนตัดสินใจ". Goal (in Thai). Retrieved 8 September 2019.
  9. ^ "Thai hero Piyapong takes award". Asian Football Confederation. 8 July 1997.
  10. ^ "Youngster takes top award". Asian Football Confederation. 14 May 1998. Archived from the original on 1998-05-14.

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