Dusit returns to the scene where he failed miserably

Dusit returns to the scene where he failed miserably

Port forward Sergio Suarez.
Port forward Sergio Suarez.

BG Pathum United coach Dusit Chalermsan will return to PAT Stadium to face his former club Port in Thai League 1 today.

Dusit left Pathum after guiding them to their first ever Thai League 1 title last season.

The former Thailand international then joined Port but quit the Klong Toey-based club earlier this month following a string of poor results.

He began his second stint at BG in embarrassing fashion as the Rabbits lost at promoted side Nongbua Pitchaya in midweek.

Port, on the other hand, have been on fire since Sarawut Treephan became their coach for a second spell.

Under Sarawut, Port have won two successive games. They hammered Chiang Rai United 4-0 last week with Spanish forward Sergio Suarez scoring a hat-trick.

"We need to improve our mental and physical conditions," Dusit said yesterday.

Sarawut said his men were ready to take on Pathum.

"Of course, Dusit has a lot of information about our team," Sarawut said. "We may have to change our tactics against BG. Our players may have to be more aggressive."

Pathum are third on 26 points, three behind leaders True Bangkok United, while Port sit sixth, eight points off the pace.

Bangkok United face a tough assignment against Muang Thong United at True Stadium tomorrow.

"We are in confident mood after several good results in a row," said Bangkok United coach Totchtawan Sripan.

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