Spurs and Foxes foiled: Thai sports authority ‘kick-off’ apology for cancelled conflict in Bangkok

Withheld of Thailand (SAT) at present apologised for the cancellation of a pre-season pleasant between Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester City at Rajamangala Stadium in Bangkok. The game was deserted after a heavy downpour within the capital brought on flooding in the stadium, resulting in the unfortunate cancellation of the match.
Originally slated to kick off at 5pm, the match was unable to follow its schedule due to the persistent downpour that had been ongoing since early yesterday afternoon. After a 45-minute wait, Tottenham officially introduced the cancellation with an announcement that read…
“Today’s friendly against Leicester City has been cancelled due to the waterlogged course and unfavourable climate situations. The competitors organisers followed the recommendation of relevant departments that the Rajamangala Stadium just isn’t secure to play due to heavy rain in Bangkok.”
Many Thai followers flooded the comments part with their expressions of disappointment, and a few even positioned blame on the match organisers for the cancellation. Others had been sizzling with disgrace and offered apologies to both teams for the inconvenience.
Some argued that the rain wasn’t as heavy as perceived, however somewhat, the stadium’s inability to empty the water successfully led to the unplayable circumstances. They urged the organizers to consider different venues similar to Thunder Dome Stadium or BG Stadium, which they believed would have coped higher with the climate.
The official Facebook web page of Leicester City also introduced the problem of the unplayable situation and the cancellation to its followers, and the comment session was also full of complaints towards the organiser.
Even although the players missed the prospect to showcase their abilities on the sphere, they expressed their appreciation to the dedicated followers who braved the dangerous weather to cheer them on.
The SAT later issued an official apology to the fans attending the game, explaining that they’d diligently prepared the power and the field in accordance with commonplace procedures. However, the sudden and relentless rainfalls were beyond their management.
Tottenham gamers had a scheduled flight booked to Singapore at 10pm yesterday. They will play a friendly towards Lion City Sailors on Wednesday, July 26, whereas Leicester will play in opposition to Liverpool in Singapore on Saturday, July 30.
Despite the cancellation, the Tottenham players nonetheless enjoyed their time in Bangkok. The players, together with Heung-Min Son, Joe Rodon, Pape Sarr and Ivan Perisic, paid a visit to see some children in collaboration with the Second Chance Bangkok.
During their go to, the gamers participated in an upcycling workshop the place they transformed previous shirts from final season into new faculty bags for the children.
The Second Chance Bangkok is a social enterprise organisation that helps the residents in the Khlong Toey neighbourhood, the largest slum within the capital, and likewise engages in environmental sustainability projects. With their charity shop and social duty initiatives, Second Chance Bangkok provides quality second-hand goods to the residents and likewise creates employment alternatives..

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