Chiangmai FC turns to ‘Leicester monk’ for promotion

Chiangmai FC turns to ‘Leicester monk’ for promotion

Chao Khun Thongchai oral sprays holy water to gamers and staff of Chiangmai FC in their training help out Chiang Mai on Tuesday. (Photo by Cheewin Sattha)

Hooked in fifth in Division 1, Chiangmai FC has switched towards the monk connected with the prosperity of Manchester City to assist it climb to the peak flight.

Phra Prommangkalachan, assistant abbot of Wat Traimitwitthayaram, visited working out complex of Chiangmai FC in Chiang Mai to spray holy water and hands out holy cloths to any or all gamers, staff and executives running the soccer club.

The monk, broadly referred to as Chao Khun Thongchai, also knocked their heads in blessing because the club tries for any promotion towards the Thai Premier League pick up.

However the monk stated answer to its success is determined by determination, effort and working together, as they advised the gamers to understand a lesson from Manchester City.

The trip to the club may come as Chiangmai searches for moral support in the mission to win promotion this year. The club won just one match against two deficits and 2 draws this month.

It remains fifth within the League Division 1 with 20 points, eight points behind leaders Port FC. The very best three teams will increase to the peak league of Thai football.

After his spiritual support for Manchester City to win the British Premier League the very first time in the history, Chao Khun Thongchai has turned into a magnet for Thai football clubs.

Nakhon Ratchasima Mazda FC asked the monk to go to the east city on May 24 to provide them his “magic” to finish its slump. They sit near the bottom on the table collecting only eight points from two wins and 2 draws. They endured 10 defeats this year.

Their latest loss was at the match against Buriram U . s . in Buri Ram. The hosts edged the visitors 1-. That came four days following the monk visited the club.


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