Piyapong Pue-on

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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 (1959-11-14) November 14, 1959 (age 57)
Place of birth Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position Striker
Youth career
1977–1978 Royal Thai Air Force
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1979–1984 Royal Thai Air Force 145 (91)
1984–1986 Lucky-Goldstar FC 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 FC
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Piyapong Pue-on (Thai: ปิยะพงษ์ ผิวอ่อน; rtgsPiyaphong Phiu-on) born: Padej Khanklue (Thai: เผด็จ ขันเครือ; rtgsPhadet Khankhluea; November 14, 1959) is a retired Thai football player who played as a striker. He was a member of the Thailand national football team and also played for FC Seoul of the South Korean K League.

He also appeared in the 2004 film Kerd ma lui (Born to Fight in English).[1]

An active Thai Air Force officer, Piyapong coached the Royal Thai Air Force football club between 1997 and 2008.

He has a nickname in Thailand phechc̣hḳhāt h̄n̂ā h̄yk (เพชฌฆาตหน้าหยก; lit. "Jade-faced Executioner").[2]

Club career[edit]

FC Seoul[edit]

He joined FC Seoul, then known as the Lucky-Goldstar FC, in August 1984. At the time, the Lucky-Goldstar worked fiercely to bring him from October 1983.[3]

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.[4]

International career[edit]

He played for Thailand national football team for 16 years (1981–1997), scoring 70 goals in 100 appearances in full international matches.[5]

International goals[edit]

Results list Thailand's goal tally first.[6]
Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
June 20, 1981 South Korea Seoul  Indonesia 1 goal 3–1 1981 President's Cup
November 11, 1981 Thailand Bangkok  Pakistan 1 goal 1–0 1981 King's Cup
November 15, 1981 Thailand Bangkok  Malaysia 2 goals 2–0 1981 King's Cup
December 9, 1981 Philippines Manila  Malaysia 2 goals 2–2 1981 Southeast Asian Games
December 11, 1981 Philippines Manila  Myanmar 2 goals 3–3 1981 Southeast Asian Games
December 14, 1981 Philippines Manila  Indonesia 2 goals 2–0 1981 Southeast Asian Games
December 15, 1981 Philippines Manila  Malaysia 2 goals 2–1 1981 Southeast Asian Games
May 1, 1982 Thailand Bangkok  Singapore 1 goal 1–1 1982 King's Cup
May 7, 1982 Thailand Bangkok    Nepal 1 goal 3–1 1982 King's Cup
May 15, 1982 Thailand Bangkok  Singapore 2 goals 2–2 1982 King's Cup
May 17, 1982 Thailand Bangkok  South Korea 1 goals 0–0[a] 1982 King's Cup
November 24, 1982 India New Delhi  Syria 1 goal 3–1 1982 Asian Games
April 10, 1983 Nepal Kathmandu    Nepal 2 goals 2–0 Affa Cup
May 29, 1983 Singapore Singapore  Indonesia 1 goal 5–0 1983 Southeast Asian Games
May 31, 1983 Singapore Singapore  Brunei 2 goals 2–1 1983 Southeast Asian Games
June 4, 1983 Singapore Singapore  Malaysia 1 goal 1–1[b] 1983 Southeast Asian Games
June 6, 1983 Singapore Singapore  Singapore 1 goal 2–1 1983 Southeast Asian Games
July 18, 1983 China Beijing  Hong Kong 1 goal 1–1[c] 1983 Great Wall Cup
July 20, 1983 China Beijing  China PR 1 goal 1–2 1983 Great Wall Cup
November 1, 1983 Thailand Bangkok  South Korea 1 goal 2–1 1984 Summer Olympics qualification
November 10, 1983 Thailand Bangkok  China PR 1 goal 1–0 1984 Summer Olympics qualification
April 15, 1984 Thailand Bangkok  Japan 3 goals 5–2 1984 Summer Olympics qualification
August 9, 1984 Thailand Bangkok  Philippines 2 goals 3–0 1984 AFC Asian Cup qualification
December 8, 1985 Thailand Bangkok  Malaysia 1 goal 1–1 1985 Southeast Asian Games
December 12, 1985 Thailand Bangkok  Philippines 2 goals 7–0 1985 Southeast Asian Games
December 15, 1985 Thailand Bangkok  Indonesia 2 goals 7–0 1985 Southeast Asian Games
September 23, 1986 South Korea Daegu  United Arab Emirates 1 goal 1–2 1986 Asian Games
September 29, 1986 South Korea Seoul  Pakistan 3 goals 6–0 1986 Asian Games
September 10, 1987 Indonesia Jakarta  Brunei 2 goals 3–1 1987 Southeast Asian Games
September 19, 1987 Indonesia Jakarta  Myanmar 2 goals 4–0 1987 Southeast Asian Games
January 14, 1988 Thailand Bangkok  Indonesia 1 goal 3–3 1988 King's Cup
January 30, 1989 Thailand Bangkok  Indonesia 2 goals 3–0 1989 King's Cup
February 19, 1989 Thailand Bangkok  Bangladesh 1 goal 1–0 1990 FIFA World Cup qualification
August 22, 1989 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur  Myanmar 2 goals 3–0 1989 Southeast Asian Games
August 24, 1989 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur  Singapore 1 goal 1–1 1989 Southeast Asian Games
February 10, 1993 Thailand Bangkok  China PR 1 goal 1–0 1993 King's Cup
April 18, 1993 Japan Tokyo  Bangladesh 3 goals 4–1 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
May 3, 1993 United Arab Emirates Dubai  Sri Lanka 3 goals 3–0 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
May 5, 1993 United Arab Emirates Dubai  Bangladesh 2 goals 4–1 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
June 7, 1993 Singapore Singapore  Myanmar 1 goal 2–0 1993 Southeast Asian Games
June 11, 1993 Singapore Singapore  Brunei 1 goal 5–2 1993 Southeast Asian Games
June 13, 1993 Singapore Singapore  Laos 2 goals 4–1 1993 Southeast Asian Games
June 20, 1993 Singapore Singapore  Myanmar 1 goal 4–3 1993 Southeast Asian Games
March 2, 1997 Thailand Bangkok  South Korea 1 goal 1–3 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification
October 12, 1997 Indonesia Jakarta  Cambodia 1 goal 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.

Honours[edit]

Club

South Korea Lucky-Goldstar FC[7]

Individual

South Korea Lucky-Goldstar FC

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Awards
Preceded by
South Korea Baek Jong-chul
K League Top Scorer
1985
Succeeded by
South Korea Chung Hae-won
Preceded by
Netherlands Rob Landsbergen
K League Top Assist Maker
1985
Succeeded by
South Korea Kang Deuk-soo