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Renovated Rajamangala Stadium Unveiled for Man Utd-Liverpool Match


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by Tarin Angskul

    

BANGKOK (NNT) - The newly renovated Rajamangala Stadium was unveiled to the public on Tuesday (5 July), with the upcoming Manchester United - Liverpool exhibition match to serve as the stadium’s first event following the overhaul.

 

Fresh Air Festival CEO Vinij Lertratanachai, the organizer of the upcoming match, revealed the renovated stadium to the public on Tuesday and took members of the press on a tour of the venue.

 

He said the stadium has been renovated with football turf, systems and facilities comparable to other world-class stadiums. Vinij added that the stadium would serve as a model for raising Thai stadiums to international standards.

 

According to the Fresh Air executive, preparations for the upcoming football match on July 12 are nearly complete.

 

Manchester United players and staff are scheduled to arrive in Thailand on July 9, while most Liverpool players and staff are expected to arrive on July 10.

 

Vinij also assured fans that both teams have confirmed that most players will play in the exhibition match, depending on their fitness.

 

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Hope that ALL was checked and rechecked. Would hate to find out the shower drains were clogged or the waste water pipes weren't installed correctly. Renovations can be tricky. 

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

Manchester United players and staff are scheduled to arrive in Thailand on July 9, while most Liverpool players and staff are expected to arrive on July 10.

You just know that after the reserves and youth teams trot out there will be a huge claim of fraud coming on the organisers 

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4 hours ago, Chad91 said:

No Ronaldo, he isn't travelling.

They couldn't afford the special private jet he required, plus helicopter flight to the ground.

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Renovations and upgrades complete a week before the match - what could possibly go wrong?…

 

I recall these stadium improvements were stipulated by the clubs as part of the deal, will be interesting to see what, if any, comments they have post-event.

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On 7/7/2022 at 4:51 PM, nahkit said:

ThaiTicket Major are still showing seats available which is strange considering the organisers were saying it was a sellout within days of the tickets going on sale.

Buyer beware.

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