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This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (February 2009) Wanasthana Sajakul Personal information Full name Wanasthana Sajakul Date of birth February 9, 1943 (1943-02-09) (age 68) Place of birth Narathiwat, Thailand Teams managed Years Team 1992-1994 Thailand U-20 1993-1995 Thailand B (Dream Team) 1996-1997 Thailand 2006-present Chula-Sinthana FC ‡ National team caps and goals correct as of July 3, 2008 Wanasthana Sajakul, also known as Big Hoy is a Thai politician and former member of parliament, former manager for the Thailand national football team from 1993 to 1996, and manager of Thailand Premier League side Chula-Sinthana FC. He has led the side to the Thailand Division 1 League, Group B title in 2007 and the Thailand Division 2 League title in 2006.[1] Honours As manager International 1993 SEA Games - Thailand 1994 King's Cup - Thailand B (Dream Team) 1995 SEA Games - Thailand 1996 Tiger Cup - Thailand 1997 SEA Games - Thailand Club Thailand Division 1 League Champions : 2007 with Chula-Sinthana FC - Group B Thailand Division 2 League Champions: 2006 with Chula-Sinthana FC References ^ Chittinand, Tor (2010-03-31). "Big Hoy makes political comeback". Bangkok Post. http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/sports/35316/big-hoy-makes-political-comeback.  v · d · eThailand national football team – Managers Thesvisarn (1965–19??) · Glomb (1968–19??) · Schnittger (1976–78) · Bickelhaupt (1979) · Chaisam (1981–19??) · Na Nongkhai (1983–19??) · Ziese (1985–1986) · Carvalho (1989–1991) · Stubbe (1992–1993) · Sumpachanyasathit (1994) · Paholpat (1995) · Srongngamsub (1996) · Sartjakul (1996–1997) · Cramer (1997) · Hloagune (1997–1998) · Withe (1998–2002) · Carvalho (2003–2004) · Paholpat (2004) · Held (2004) · Polcheewin (2005–2008) · Reid (2008–2009) · Darby (2009 c) · Robson (2009–2011) · Schäfer (2011–) (c) caretaker Persondata Name Sajakul, Thawatchai Alternative names Short description Date of birth February 9, 1943 Place of birth Narathiwat, Thailand Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to Thai association football is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e