Whilst the internal machinations of Thai football do not normally generate much interest in the UK, in this instance the impact of any suspension would affect both United and Chelsea, who are due to visit at the start of their pre-season campaigns next month. United – who have learned Italian superstar Alessandro del Piero looks certain to be in the A-League All Stars side that faces them in Sydney on July 20 – are due to face the Singha All Stars XI on July 13 in David Moyes’ first game in charge. Chelsea, back under the guidance of Jose Mourinho, are set to meet the same opposition, also in Bangkok, on July 17. Given the prestige of the two games it seems inconceivable Pattaya would be allowed to derail them over what appear to be relatively minor complaints about the make-up of the Thai FA. Nevertheless, the threat is there, which was acknowledged by FIFA committee member and outgoing Thai FA president Worawi Makudi who told Thailand’s English-language newspaper The Nation: “I don’t want to speculate on the consequences of a possible sanction but FIFA stated the suspension would prevent us from having international contact. “I assume it includes everything.” In 2009, United were forced to abandon a planned match in Indonesia after a terrorist attack in Jakarta just days before they were due to arrive. Manchester United and Chelsea’s pre-season plans are in danger of being thrown into chaos – by a fourth-tier team from Thailand. Press Association Pattaya FC successfully won an injunction that prevented a vote of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) taking place at the weekend which should have confirmed amendments to their rules in line with FIFA requirements. The world governing body has taken a dim view of the development and warned the FAT they risk being suspended from international competition should a resolution not be reached by the beginning of next week.
BLUE HILL — The No. 1 George Stevens Academy baseball team shut out the only team it has lost to all season — No. 4 Mattanawcook — on Saturday to advance to the Class C Northern Maine championship.The 17-1 GSA Eagles beat the 12-6 Mattanawcook Lynx 3-0 in the semifinals. They will play No. 2 Houlton (18-0) in the regional championship at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday at Mansfield Stadium in Bangor.Will Entwisle doubled and singled for the Eagles while Taylor Schildroth chipped in a single and an RBI.For Mattanawcook, Jordan Hanscom and Brady Pepin each had two singles.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThough the Bucksport Golden Bucks beat GSA in last year’s regional championship, they wouldn’t have the opportunity to defend their title.No. 6 Bucksport (8-11) lost to Houlton 5-4 in Saturday’s Class C North semifinal game in Houlton. Zack Hagan hit an RBI-single in the bottom of the eighth to lead Houlton to the walk-off victory.Bucksport jumped out to a 2-0 lead. But, in the fifth inning, Colby Callnan sparked a rally with a pinch-hit RBI-single. Billy Phillips earned the win in 1 2/3 innings of hitless relief for Houlton.For Bucksport, Andy Allan had two hits, and pitcher Matt Vincent struck out five while giving up four hits.Before ending their season, the Golden Bucks managed to knock off No. 3 Central 7-3 in Thursday’s Class C North quarterfinal.Tanner Stegner had three hits and scored three runs to pace Bucksport. Matt Vincent added two hits and scored twice. Jacob Gauvin pitched five solid innings on the mound, and Vincent came on and pitched the final two.Andrew Speed led Central (9-8) with two hits, including a double, an RBI and a run scored. Zach Randall pitched into the seventh for Central before miscues helped Bucksport extend its 4-2 lead.
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