Worrawoot Srimaka

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Worrawoot Srimaka
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Personal information
Full name Worrawoot Srimaka
Date of birth (1971-12-08) 8 December 1971 (age 45)
Place of birth Songkhla, Thailand
Height 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current team
Thailand U23 (Head Coach)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1991–1995 Thai Farmer Bank 71 (24)
1996–2004 BEC Tero Sasana 119 (55)
2005–2006 Kelantan FA 29 (7)
2007 Chonburi 14 (1)
2008 Customs Department 18 (3)
2009 Chula United 5 (0)
Total 256 (90)
National team
1991–2002 Thailand 63 (28)
Teams managed
2010 Pathum Thani F.C.
2011 Songkhla F.C.
2012 Suphanburi FC
2013–2014 Chonburi (First Team Coach)
2015–2016 Suphanburi (First Team Coach)
2016– Suphanburi (Technical Director)
2016– Thailand U23
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Worrawoot Srimaka (Thai วรวุฒิ ศรีมะฆะ) is a former Thai football player. He is a Striker who scored 29 goals for the national team.

Club career[edit]

His career began in 1991 at Worrawoot the Thai Farmers Bank F.C. and reached with the club at the start of his young career, the greatest successes. He has been with the club three times champion. Twice won the AFC Champions League twice and the Queen's Cup. In 1996, he moved to BEC Tero Sasana F.C. with whom he was also champion twice. In 2003, he again reached the final of the AFC Champions League. In both games of the finals he was in the starting line. In the end, they lost to return to the game Al Ain FC.[1] in 1998 and he was top scorer in each of the 2001–02 Thai League. 2002-03 he went to Malaysia for a short time for Kelantan FA. He could not prevent the end of the season the team failed to qualify for the new premier league however. Back at BEC-Tero he moved to Vietnam in 2004 to Binh Dinh F.C.. With the club he played 2005 once again in the Champions League. His goal in the group match against the Krung Thai Bank F.C. mean for Bình Định the first victory in the Champions League after 9 win lots of games in a row[2] In 2007, he returned to Thailand and first played Chonburi F.C.. In the summer of 2008, he finally moved to Customs Department FC and ended his playing career there.

International career[edit]

He is considered as one of good player in South East Asia. Srimaka is 2nd place overall top goalscorer in Asean Football Championship.[3] Srimaka was in the Thai squad when the country hosted the Tiger Cup in 2000, and won the tournament as the team powered through the competition, ending with a hat-trick in the final by Srimaka to clinch a decisive 4-1 win over Indonesia. Srimaka also finished the tournament as a joint top-scorers with Indonesia's Gendut Doni Christiawan with 5 goals each.

International goals[edit]

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. July 4, 1996 Bangkok, Thailand  Maldives 8-0 Won 1996 Asian Cup Qualification
2. September 9, 1996 Singapore  Brunei 6-0 Won 1996 Tiger Cup
3. September 9, 1996 Singapore  Brunei 6-0 Won 1996 Tiger Cup
4. September 13, 1996 Singapore  Vietnam 4-2 Won 1996 Tiger Cup
5. October 5, 1997 Jakarta, Indonesia  Myanmar 2-1 Won 1997 South East Asian Games
6. October 7, 1997 Jakarta, Indonesia  Brunei 6-0 Won 1997 South East Asian Games
7. August 27, 1998 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam  Myanmar 1-1 Draw 1998 Tiger Cup
8. August 29, 1998 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam  Philippines 3-1 Won 1998 Tiger Cup
9. September 5, 1998 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam  Indonesia 4-5 (pens) Lost 1998 Tiger Cup
10. November 21, 1998 Bangkok, Thailand  Turkmenistan 3-3 Drew Friendly
11. December 2, 1998 Bangkok, Thailand  Hong Kong 5-0 Won 1998 Asian Games
12. December 4, 1998 Bangkok, Thailand  Oman 2-0 Won 1998 Asian Games
13. December 10, 1998 Bangkok, Thailand  Lebanon 1-0 Won 1998 Asian Games
14. July 30, 1999 Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei  Philippines 9-0 Won 1999 South East Asian Games
15. June 10, 2000 Bangkok, Thailand  Qatar 2-3 Lost Friendly
16. November 10, 2000 Chiang Mai, Thailand  Indonesia 4-1 Won 2000 Tiger Cup
17. November 10, 2000 Chiang Mai, Thailand  Indonesia 4-1 Won 2000 Tiger Cup
18. November 18, 2000 Bangkok, Thailand  Indonesia 4-1 Won 2000 Tiger Cup
19. November 18, 2000 Bangkok, Thailand  Indonesia 4-1 Won 2000 Tiger Cup
20. November 18, 2000 Bangkok, Thailand  Indonesia 4-1 Won 2000 Tiger Cup
21. January 23, 2001 Bangkok, Thailand  Kuwait 5-4 Won Friendly
22. September 29, 2001 Bangkok, Thailand  Oman 2-0 Won Friendly
23. September 29, 2001 Bangkok, Thailand  Oman 2-0 Won Friendly
24. October 16, 2001 Bangkok, Thailand  Bahrain 1-1 Draw 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
25. December 18, 2002 Singapore  Laos 5-1 Won 2002 Tiger Cup
26. December 18, 2002 Singapore  Laos 5-1 Won 2002 Tiger Cup
27. December 22, 2002 Singapore  Singapore 1-1 Draw 2002 Tiger Cup
28. December 27, 2002 Jakarta, Indonesia  Vietnam 4-0 Won 2002 Tiger Cup

Honours[edit]

Player

Thailand
Clubs
Thai Farmer Bank
BEC Tero Sasana
Chonburi FC

Head Coach

Thailand U-21
Suphanburi F.C.

Individual[edit]

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