Attaphol Buspakom

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Attaphol Buspakom
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Personal information
Date of birth (1962-10-01) October 1, 1962 (age 52)
Place of birth Sattahip, Chonburi Province, Thailand
Height 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1985–1990 Thai Port 160 (34)
1989–1991 Pahang FA 57 (12)
1991–1994 Thai Port 114 (21)
1994–1996 Pahang FA 43 (10)
1996–1998 Stock Exchange of Thailand 49 (5)
Total 423 (82)
National team
1985–1998 Thailand 85 (13)
Teams managed
2002–2004 BEC Tero Sasana
2006 Geylang United
2007–2008 Krung Thai Bank
2009 TTM Samut Sakhon
2009 Muangthong United
2010–2013 Buriram United
2013–2014 Bangkok Glass
2014– Police United
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of February 9, 2009

Attaphol Buspakom (Thai: อรรถพล ปุษปาคม), nicknamed"Tak"(แต๊ก) is a Thai national and current head coach of Thai Division 1 League side Police United. He was given the role at Muang Thong United and Buriram United after TTM Samut Sakhon folded after the 2009 season.

He played for the Thailand national football team, appearing in several FIFA World Cup qualifying matches.[1]

Club career[edit]

Attaphol began his career as a player at Thai Port FC Authority of Thailand in 1985. In his first year he won his first championship with the club. He played for the club until 1989 and in 1987 also won the Queen's Cup. He then moved to Malaysia for two seasons for Pahang FA, then return to Thailand to his former club. His time from 1991 to 1994 was marked by less success than in his first stay at Port Authority. From 1994 to 1996 he played for Pahang again and this time he was able to win with the club, the Malaysia Super League and also reached the final of the Malaysia Cup and the Malaysia FA Cup. Both cup finals but lost. Back in Thailand, he let end his playing career at FC Stock Exchange of Thailand, with which he once again runner-up in 1996-97. In 1998, he finished his career.[2]

International career[edit]

For the Thailand national football team Attaphol played between 1985 and 1998 a total of 85 games and scored 13 results. In 1992 he participated with the team in the finals of the Asian Cup.[3] He also stood in various cadres to qualifications to FIFA World Cup

Coaching career[edit]

Bec Tero Sasana[edit]

In BEC Tero Sasana F.C. began his coaching career in 2001 for him, first as assistant coach. He took over the reigning champions of the Thai Premier League, after his predecessor Pichai Pituwong resigned from his post. It was his first coach station and he had the difficult task of leading the club through the new AFC Champions League. He could accomplish this task with flying colors and even led the club to the finals. The finale, then still played in home and away matches, was lost with 1:2 at the end against Al Ain FC. Attaphol is and was next to Charnwit Polcheewin the only coach who managed a club from Thailand to lead to the final of the AFC Champions League. 2002-03 and 2003-04 he won with the club also two runner-up. In his team, which reached the final of the Champions League, were a number of exceptional players like Therdsak Chaiman, Worrawoot Srimaka, Dusit Chalermsan and Anurak Srikerd.

Geylang United / Krung Thai Bank[edit]

In 2006 he went to Singapore in the S-League to Geylang United He was released after a few months due to lack of success. In 2008 he took over as coach at Krung Thai Bank F.C., where he had almost a similar task, as a few years earlier by BEC-Tero. As vice-champion of the club was also qualified for the AFC Champions League. However, he failed to lead the team through the group stage of the season 2008 and beyond. With the Kashima Antlers of Japan and Beijing Guoan F.C. athletic competition was too great. One of the highlights was put under his leadership, yet the club. In the group match against the Vietnam club Nam Dinh F.C. his team won with 9-1,[4] but also lost four weeks later with 1-8 against Kashima Antlers. At the end of the National Football League season, he reached the Krung Thai 6th Table space. The Erstligalizenz the club was sold at the end of the season at the Bangkok Glass F.C.. Attaphol finished his coaching career with the club and accepted an offer of TTM Samutsakorn. After only a short time in office

Muangthong United[edit]

In 2009 he received an offer from Muangthong United F.C., which he accepted and changed. He can champion Muang Thong United for 2009 Thai Premier League and Attaphol won Coach of The year for Thai Premier League and he was able to lead Muang Thong United to play AFC Champions League qualifying play-off for the first in the club's history

Buriram United[edit]

In 2010 He moved from Muangthong United to Buriram United F.C.. He received Coach of the Month in Thai Premier League 2 time in June and October.

In 2011 He led Buriram United win 2011 Thai Premier League second time for club and set a record with the most points in the Thai Premier League for 85 point and He led Buriram win 2011 Thai FA Cup by beat Muangthong United F.C. 1-0[5] and he led Buriram win 2011 Thai League Cup by beat Thai Port F.C. 2-0[6]

In 2012 He led Buriram United to the 2012 AFC Champions League group stage. Buriram along with Guangzhou Evergrande F.C. from China, Kashiwa Reysol from Japan and Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors which all of them are champions from there country. First match of Buriram they beat Kashiwa 3-2 and Second Match they beat Guangzhou 1-2 at the Tianhe Stadium. Before losing to Jeonbuk 0-2 and 3-2 with lose Kashiwa and Guangzhou 1-0 and 1-2 respectively[7] and Thai Premier League Attaphol lead Buriram end 4th for table with win 2012 Thai FA Cup and 2012 Thai League Cup[8][9]

Bangkok Glass[edit]

In 2013 He moved from Buriram United to Bangkok Glass F.C..

Clubs Managed[edit]

Honours[edit]

Player[edit]

Manager[edit]

BEC Tero Sasana

Krung Thai Bank

Muangthong United

Buriram United

Runner-up : 2010
Runner-up : 2012
Champions : 2013

Bangkok Glass

Individual honours[edit]

References[edit]