Thai League Coach of the Year

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In the Thai League T1, the Thai League Coach of the Year Award is an annual award given to a head coach who is recognised for their overall contribution to the achievements of a specific team.

Winners[edit]

Jadet Meelarp, one time winner
Year Nationality Player Club Notes Ref(s)
1996-97  Thailand Withaya Laohakul Bangkok Bank Winning a first Thai Premier League title.
1997  Thailand Piyapong Pue-on Royal Thai Air Force Winning a first Thai Premier League title.
1998  Thailand Karoon Narksawat Sinthana
1999  Thailand Piyapong Pue-on Royal Thai Air Force Winning a second title in three years.
2000  Thailand Pichai Pituwong BEC Tero Sasana Winning a Double champions.
2001-02  Thailand Attaphol Buspakom BEC Tero Sasana
2002-03  Thailand Narong Suwannachote Krung Thai Bank
2003-04  Thailand Worrawoot Dangsamer Krung Thai Bank
2004-05  Brazil José Alves Borges Thailand Tobacco Monopoly
2006  Thailand Somchai Subpherm Bangkok University
2007  Thailand Jadet Meelarp Chonburi Winning a first Thai Premier League title.
2008  Thailand Prapol Pongpanich Provincial Electricity Authority
2009  Thailand Attaphol Buspakom Muangthong United Winning a title after promoted.
2010  Belgium René Desaeyere Muangthong United
2011  Thailand Attaphol Buspakom Buriram PEA
2012  Serbia Slaviša Jokanović Muangthong United Winning without losing
2013  Thailand Attaphol Buspakom Bangkok Glass F.C.
2014  Japan Masahiro Wada Chonburi
2015  Brazil Alexandre Gama Buriram United

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