Kiatisuk Senamuang

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Kiatisuk Senamuang
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Personal information
Date of birth (1973-08-11) August 11, 1973 (age 41)
Place of birth Udon Thani, Thailand
Height 1.72 m (5 ft 7 12 in)
Playing position Striker (Retired)
Club information
Current team
Thailand (Head coach)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1989–1995 Krung Thai Bank 145 (98)
1995–1996 Raj Pracha 27 (18)
1997–1998 Royal Thai Police 25 (21)
1998–1999 Perlis 21 (22)
1999–2000 Huddersfield Town 0 (0)
2000–2001 Raj Pracha 26 (18)
2001–2002 Singapore Armed Forces 20 (15)
2002–2006 Hoàng Anh Gia Lai 75 (59)
Total 339 (251)
National team
1992–2007 Thailand 131 (70)
Teams managed
2006 Hoàng Anh Gia Lai
2008 Chula United
2008–2009 Chonburi
2010 Hoàng Anh Gia Lai
2011–2012 Chula United
2012 Bangkok
2013– Thailand U-23
2014– Thailand
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 5:54, 16 Jan 2011 (UTC).

† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 5:54, 16 Jan 2011 (UTC)

Police Lieutenant Kiatisuk "Zico" Senamuang (Thai: เกียรติศักดิ์ เสนาเมือง, born August 11, 1973, in Udon Thani) is a Thai football manager and a former footballer who played between 1989 and October 2007. He played as a striker and scored 551 goals from 339 appearances throughout his 18 years career. The former legendary striker played for clubs in Malaysia, Singapore, England and Vietnam as well as his homeland's clubs. Kiatisuk also earned 131 caps and scored 70 goals for the country between 1992 and 2007.[1] In 1996 while playing for Raj Pracha FC scored a total of 127 goals scored in 71 games, achieving record top scorer in a calendar year (not recognized.)

Kiatisuk is the current head coach of the Thailand senior team and Thailand U-23 team. Previously he was also the caretaker coach of Thailand in 2013.[2]

Playing career[edit]

Club career[edit]

He played with Perlis FA in Malaysia before joining an English club Huddersfield Town in 1999 which somewhat believed to be a publicity stunt by then manager Steve Bruce. After one season, in which he did not feature in the Huddersfield Town first team squad, he left English football for Rajpracha Sports Club in Thailand, later joining Singapore Armed Forces FC where he scored 15 goals in 20 games. In March 2002, he moved once again to become a star in Vietnam with Hoàng Anh Gia Lai, where he helped win the V.League 1 title several times. Kiatisuk was awarded a medal for his contributions to Vietnamese football. He returned to play for the Thailand national football team in the King's Cup. He's now retired and is managing Hoàng Anh Gia Lai.

International career[edit]

Kiatisuk played 131 international matches and scored 70 goals for the national team. Both numbers are Thai national records.

Managerial career[edit]

After retiring from playing in 2006 Kiatisuk went straight into management with V-League side Hoàng Anh Gia Lai before moving back home to Thailand to take charge of Chula United.

In 2012, he managed Bangkok F.C. in Thai Division 1 League.

In June 2013, Kiatisuk was appointed as the new Thai national team coach, replacing Winfried Schaefer in a caretaker capacity. He was also responsible as the head coach for the Thai under-23 national football team preparing for the 2013 Southeast Asian Games.[3] His debut match with the War Elephants as head coach was in a friendly against China on 15 June 2013, which the Thais won 5-1.[4]

As head coach of Thailand U-23, Kiatisuk guided the team to 2013 SEA Games football gold, adding to 4 golds he won as a player in 4 straight Games from 1993 to 1999.

International goals[edit]

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. April 11, 1993 Kobe, Japan  Sri Lanka 1–0 Won 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
2. May 5, 1993 Dubai, United Arab Emirates  Bangladesh 4–1 Won 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
3. June 7, 1993 Singapore  Myanmar 2–0 Won 1993 Southeast Asian Games
4. June 13, 1993 Singapore  Laos 4–1 Won 1993 Southeast Asian Games
5. June 20, 1993 Singapore  Myanmar 4–3 Won 1993 Southeast Asian Games
6. October 9, 1994 Hiroshima, Japan  Malaysia 1–1 Draw 1994 Asian Games
7. December 12, 1995 Chiang Mai, Thailand  Cambodia 9–0 Won 1995 Southeast Asian Games
8. December 12, 1995 Chiang Mai, Thailand  Cambodia 9–0 Won 1995 Southeast Asian Games
9. February 16, 1996 Bangkok, Thailand  Finland 5–2 Won King's Cup 1996
10. June 27, 1996 Bangkok, Thailand  Maldives 8–0 Won 1996 Asian Cup qualification
11. June 27, 1996 Bangkok, Thailand  Maldives 8–0 Won 1996 Asian Cup qualification
12. June 29, 1996 Bangkok, Thailand  Myanmar 5–1 Won 1996 Asian Cup qualification
13. July 7, 1996 Singapore  Myanmar 7–1 Won 1996 Asian Cup qualification
14. July 7, 1996 Singapore  Myanmar 7–1 Won 1996 Asian Cup qualification
15. July 9, 1996 Singapore  Singapore 2–2 Draw 1996 Asian Cup qualification
16. September 2, 1996 Singapore  Philippines 5–0 Won 1996 Tiger Cup
17. September 6, 1996 Singapore  Brunei 6–0 Won 1996 Tiger Cup
18. September 8, 1996 Singapore  Malaysia 1–1 Draw 1996 Tiger Cup
19. September 13, 1996 Singapore  Vietnam 4–2 Won 1996 Tiger Cup
20. September 15, 1996 Singapore  Malaysia 1–0 Win 1996 Tiger Cup
21. December 8, 1996 Dubai, United Arab Emirates  Iran 1–3 Lost 1996 Asian Cup
22. March 15, 1997 Bangkok, Thailand  Japan 3–1 Won Friendly
23. March 15, 1997 Bangkok, Thailand  Japan 3–1 Won Friendly
24. October 7, 1997 Jakarta, Indonesia  Brunei 6–0 Won 1997 Southeast Asian Games
25. October 7, 1997 Jakarta, Indonesia  Brunei 6–0 Won 1997 Southeast Asian Games
26. October 12, 1997 Jakarta, Indonesia  Cambodia 4–0 Won 1997 Southeast Asian Games
27. October 16, 1997 Jakarta, Indonesia  Vietnam 2–1 Won 1997 Southeast Asian Games
28. October 16, 1997 Jakarta, Indonesia  Vietnam 2–1 Won 1997 Southeast Asian Games
29. October 21, 1998 Bangkok, Thailand  Turkmenistan 3–3 Draw Friendly
30. December 2, 1998 Bangkok, Thailand  Hong Kong 5–0 Won 1998 Asian Games
31. December 2, 1998 Bangkok, Thailand  Hong Kong 5–0 Won 1998 Asian Games
32. December 14, 1998 Bangkok, Thailand  South Korea 2–1 Won 1998 Asian Games
33. February 23, 1999 Bangkok, Thailand  North Korea 2–2 Draw 1999 King's Cup
34. June 16, 1999 Bangkok, Thailand  New Zealand 2–2 Draw Friendly Tournament
35. June 16, 1999 Bangkok, Thailand  New Zealand 2–2 Draw Friendly Tournament
36. July 30, 1999 Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei  Philippines 9–0 Won 1999 Southeast Asian Games
37. July 30, 1999 Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei  Philippines 9–0 Won 1999 Southeast Asian Games
38. July 30, 1999 Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei  Philippines 9–0 Won 1999 Southeast Asian Games
39. July 30, 1999 Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei  Philippines 9–0 Won 1999 Southeast Asian Games
40. August 1, 1999 Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei  Laos 4–1 Won 1999 Southeast Asian Games
41. August 8, 1999 Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei  Myanmar 7–0 Won 1999 Southeast Asian Games
42. August 8, 1999 Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei  Myanmar 7–0 Won 1999 Southeast Asian Games
43. November 6, 2000 Chiang Mai, Thailand  Myanmar 3–1 Won 2000 Tiger Cup
44. November 10, 2000 Chiang Mai, Thailand  Indonesia 4–1 Won 2000 Tiger Cup
45. November 12, 2000 Chiang Mai, Thailand  Philippines 2–0 Won 2000 Tiger Cup
46. November 16, 2000 Chiang Mai, Thailand  Malaysia 2–0 Won 2000 Tiger Cup
47. January 23, 2001 Bangkok, Thailand  Kuwait 5–4 Won Friendly
48. January 23, 2001 Bangkok, Thailand  Kuwait 5–4 Won Friendly
49. January 23, 2001 Bangkok, Thailand  Kuwait 5–4 Won Friendly
50. February 17, 2001 Bangkok, Thailand  Qatar 2–0 Won King's Cup 2001
51. February 17, 2001 Bangkok, Thailand  Qatar 2–0 Won King's Cup 2001
52. May 13, 2001 Beirut, Lebanon  Sri Lanka 4–2 Won 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
53. May 13, 2001 Beirut, Lebanon  Sri Lanka 4–2 Won 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
54. May 17, 2001 Beirut, Lebanon  Lebanon 2–1 Won 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
55. May 26, 2001 Bangkok, Thailand  Sri Lanka 3–0 Won 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
56. May 26, 2001 Bangkok, Thailand  Sri Lanka 3–0 Won 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
57. May 28, 2001 Bangkok, Thailand  Pakistan 6–0 Won 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
58. May 28, 2001 Bangkok, Thailand  Pakistan 6–0 Won 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
59. May 28, 2001 Bangkok, Thailand  Pakistan 6–0 Won 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
60. May 28, 2001 Bangkok, Thailand  Pakistan 6–0 Won 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
61. August 13, 2001 Singapore  Singapore 5–0 Won Friendly
62. August 13, 2001 Singapore  Singapore 5–0 Won Friendly
63. September 6, 2001 Manama, Bahrain  Bahrain 1–1 Draw 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
64. December 18, 2002 Singapore  Laos 5–1 Won 2002 Tiger Cup
65. December 18, 2002 Singapore  Laos 5–1 Won 2002 Tiger Cup
66. December 18, 2002 Singapore  Laos 5–1 Won 2002 Tiger Cup
67. March 31, 2004 Sana'a, Yemen  Yemen 3–0 Won 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification
68. June 9, 2004 Bangkok, Thailand  North Korea 1–4 Lost 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification
69. December 26, 2006 Bangkok, Thailand  Singapore 2–0 Won King's Cup 2006
70. December 26, 2006 Bangkok, Thailand  Singapore 2–0 Won King's Cup 2006

Personal life[edit]

He is a Buddhist born in Udon Thani. Before he became a player, he worked as a police, but his love to football finally brought him to the king's of sports. His friends had said that "his appearance in football had covered the lack of security".

He was given the nickname "Zico" because of his friends, and also, for his favorite Brazilian idol Zico.

Honours[edit]

Player[edit]

International[edit]

Thailand

Clubs[edit]

Krung Thai Bank
  • Kor Royal Cup Simple cup icon.svg Champions (1); 1989
  • Koh Royal Cup Simple cup icon.svg Champions (1); 1993
Singapore Armed Forces
Hoang Anh Gia Lai

Manager[edit]

International[edit]

Thailand U-23

Clubs[edit]

Chonburi
Hoang Anh Gia Lai

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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