Chitchanok Xaysensourinthone

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Chitchanok Xaysensourinthone
20
Nationality
tha Thailand
Position
Forward
Current Team
Past Teams
Competitions
Toyota Thai Premier League
Birthday
1994-08-23

Toyota Thai Premier League

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2017Suphanburi0000

Chitchanok Xaysensourinthone (Thai: ชิตชนก ไชยเสนสุรินธร) born 23 August 1994, is a Swiss-born Lao-Thai professional football player who plays as a Forward for Thai Leagues T1 club Suphanburi. Chitchanok was born in Lausanne. His father is Lao and his mother is Thai who own an Asian restaurant. At the age of thirteen Chitchanok joined the local team Yverdon-Sport’s youth side, and after impressing at various Swiss youth levels had the opportunity to join Sampdoria’s B team where he trained with future stars such as Mauro Icardi.[1] A serious knee injury kept him out of the game for a year, but desiring to play for his mothers birthplace Chitchanok took the opportunity to join Buriram United with Charyl Chappuis, although because of that injury never made a first team appearance.

He then joined Muangthong United, although once again because of injury only played on the last game of the season where he scored a goal. BEC Tero Sasana’s head coach Božidar Bandović was impressed by his performances though and had Chitchanok join his team, although he spent his first few months on loan to a second division team to regain his form. He scored his second professional goal in a win over Port F.C. in February 2015.

Chitchanok joined Suphanburi and as a teammate with Chappuis again in August 2015. He scored his first goal for Supahnburi to level the score with Muangthong United in 2-2 match on 8 November and selected as Goal.com’s Young Player of the Week.