Synonyms for jirawat or Related words with jirawat

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Examples of "jirawat"
Jirawat is known for his deadly free kicks and corners which could become goals or allow other players to score. Jirawat's passes are accurate, and had assisted many players. Jirawat could play as a defensive, attacking, or center midfielder.
Jirawat debuted for the national team in the 2012 King's Cup. He came in as a substitute in an unofficial debut against South Korea in the 2012 King's Cup. He came in as a substitute for Sumanya Purisai, in an official debut against Norway. In February 29, 2012, Jirawat started for Thailand against Oman in the 2014 World Cup qualification.
Jirawat Hemansutikun (, born February 14, 1992), better known by his nickname Nong Earn, is a Thai male model.
Jirawat joined Buriram FC in 2011 and won the 2011 Thai Division 1 League with the team.
Jirawat Kaewboran (Thai จิรวัฒน์ แก้วโบราณ) is a Thai footballer. He plays for Thai Division 1 League clubside Phang Nga.
Jirawat Sornwichian (Thai จิรวัฒน์ สอนวิเชียร), is a Thai futsal Defender, and currently a member of Thailand national futsal team.
Jirawat played in the 2013 AFC Champions League with Buriram United. His corner assisted Osmar in the 2013 AFC Champions League against Esteghlal, and his free kick that assisted Ekkachai Sumrei against Bunyodkor. Jirawat scored against Bangkok United FC in October which secured Buriram United's 2013 Thai Premier League title.
Jirawat Makarom (; born February 7, 1986) is a Thai professional footballer who plays as a Midfielder for Thai League 2 club Lampang.
In 2016 edition, Thailand scored 22 goals from 4 games, almost match to the total record of the previous 4 editions of 23 goals from 14 games. Suphawut Thueanklang is the team highest scorer with six goals, following by five goals of Jirawat Sornwichian.
The truck owner, Damrong "Run" Phussadee, of Rungruengsup Ltd, was sentenced to 10 years for his involvement. Jirawat "Ko-Chun" Sopapanwaraku, who owned Choke Jaroen Pier where the migrants arrived by boat, was jailed for six years. Chalhermchai "Joe" Waritjanpleng was sentenced to nine years in prison. Ms Panchalee "Pueng" Chusung's six-year sentence was halved after she confessed.
Jirawat has established himself as a regular member of the Thai Port FC midfield in the 2009 season. He has earned a reputation as a free kick specialist with 6 of his 7 goals from set plays in the 2009 season. He was named man of the match in the 2009 Thai FA Cup Final, and was also given the 2009 Most promising player award by Thai Port FC. He played and scored a goal in the 2010 Thai League Cup final and won a winner's medal after Thai Port defeated Buriram PEA F.C. 2-1.
Ekkachai later moved to Buriram United in 2012. On 29 May 2013 Ekkachai scored two goals against Chonburi. On 11 August 2012, Ekkachai scored a hat trick against Chainat, Buriram won 7-2 in the following game. Ekkachai debuted in the 2013 AFC Champions League against Vegalta Sendai as a substitute. He continued to play as a substitute against Jiangsu Sainty both home and away. On 1 May 2013 he became the starter in the 2013 AFC Champions League against FC Seoul, which he scored a goal in the 56th minute. Ekkachai became Buriram's super sub as he headed a victorious goal from Jirawat Makarom's free kick, against Bunyodkor in the 2013 AFC Champions League.