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FIVB 2010 Men's Volleyball World Championship
25 September - 10 October 2010
 

 
 THA / Thailand - Team Composition

 
Team manager Mr. Pisit Nuttee
Head coach Mr. Kiattipong Radchatagriengkai
Assistant coach Mr. Nataphon Srisamutnak
Doctor Ms. Chariya Ousingsawat
Therapist / trainer Mr. Danai Sriwacharamaytakul
Journalist Ms. Maleerat Petchsrang
 
  No. Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Club
  L 1 Piyanut Pannoy P.Piyanut 10/11/1989 171 68 280 275 Supreme VC
  3   Rasamee Supamool S.Rasamee 10/01/1992 178 68 285 276 Chang
  5 Pleumjit Thinkaow T.Pleumjit 9/11/1983 180 63 298 281 Supreme VC
  6   Onuma Sittirak S.Onuma 13/06/1986 175 72 304 285 Nakornratchasima
  8 Utaiwan Kaensing K.Utaiwan 7/09/1988 189 86 310 295 Chang
  C 10   Wilavan Apinyapong A.Wilavan 6/06/1984 174 68 294 282 Nakornratchasima
  11 Amporn Hyapha H.Amporn 19/05/1985 180 70 301 290 Nakhonnon VC
  12   Kamonporn Sukmak S.Kamonporn 29/02/1988 174 63 285 275 Chang
  13 Nootsara Tomkom T.Nootsara 7/07/1985 169 57 289 278 Idea-Khonkaen VC
  14   Sutadta Chuewulim C.Sutadta 19/12/1992 172 62 245 230 Chang
  15 Malika Kanthong K.Malika 8/01/1987 177 63 292 278 Nakhonnon VC
  18   Em-orn Phanusit P.Em-orn 25/03/1988 179 70 302 291 Chang
 C=Captain  L=Libero
 
Team profile

The year 2009 turned out to be a golden one for the Thailand women’s team, coinciding nicely with the 50th anniversary celebrations of Volleyball in the country. The miracle happened in Hanoi, Vietnam when the Thai team were crowned continental champions for the first time after winning the 15th Asian Women’s Volleyball Championship. Furthermore, for the first time they took part in the FIVB World Grand Champions Cup.

Thailand first showed signs of their current level of success in 2007, when they beat Korea, Kazakhstan and Chinese Taipei at the 14th Asian Women’s Championship in September that year to claim third place behind China and eventual winners Japan. And in their first appearance at a World Cup in 2007 in Japan they finished in 10th place with a credible two wins.

Thailand finished third at the 2001 Asian Women’s Championship, beating Japan on the way, before debuting at the FIVB World Grand Prix in 2002. Since then they have appeared in the tournament every year except for 2007, finishing 10th in the most recent edition. Another highlight was a fourth-place finish at the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, Qatar.

The Thailand women’s team was founded in 1979 under an FIVB development plan called “The 2001 National Team Project.” The team is currently focused on preparation for the 2011 World Cup and 2012 London Olympics and interestingly enough, all national team members also play for the same club team Federbrau which has qualified to participate in the FIVB Club World Championships in December and is also coached by national coach Kiattipong Radchatagrieengkai.
Coach profile

Kiattipong Radchatagriengkai began coaching Thailand in 2009 and has been in charge of the side for over 60 matches.

He made an immediate impact by leading Thailand to the Asian Championship. He has over 14 years’ experience and also heads up club side Federbrau which contains all the members of his national squad.


 
 

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