Bangkok soccer player sacked after elbow strike to opponent

A Bangkok Football Club participant was sacked after he left his opponent needing 24 stitches after an elbow strike to the face, knocking him to the bottom during a Thai League 3 match on Sunday afternoon. The referee sent Aitesaret Noichaiboon off instantly and the membership proceeded to terminate his contract.
Bangkok FC were dropping 3-0 in opposition to North Bangkok University FC when Supasan Ruangsuphanimit caught Aitesaret’s heels within the fourth minute of added time. Aitesaret ran as much as his opponent and brutally elbowed him in the face. Supasan dropped to the floor and went to hospital to get a total of 24 stitches on his higher lip.
Bangkok FC issued an announcement on via their Facebook page…
“Bangkok FC want to specific that we do not help unkind actions of any sort in sport, together with violence on the football pitch.
We have terminated Aitesaret Noichaiboon’s contract because of his wrongdoings towards a fellow sportsman with instant effect.
Moneyback wish to specific our condolences to the injured player for the incident and we are going to take all action to stop this from taking place again”..

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