Kasetsart FC defeated Trat FC with a last-minute goal. With a score of 2-1 at the final whistle, Kasetsart FC grabbed 3 points from Trat FC in the Thai League 2.
In the interview with Stuart Wark, he said that today’s opponent Trat was good. The team had a good performance and was lucky to secure the last goal. Everyone in the group worked hard and deserved the 3 points.
“I am still building my fitness after the preseason ends in November in Malaysia. Everyone else in the team has full fitness. Although I have played a little amount of time, I am building and waiting patiently for my fitness to come back.”, said Stuart Wark after being asked what he felt about not being in the first eleven.
Stuart Wark also expressed that for the time being, everything is good, the level of football, his teammates have been wonderful to him, and excellent food and pleasant weather in Bangkok, Thailand. He also added that the culture and lifestyle were good too.
Asking how he felt about the Thai League, he said, “It was a bit challenging playing in the Thai League 2 due to the language barrier. Put aside the language barrier; the experience has been great for me.”
After playing two great years with Sarawak United FC, he said, “Although we had some issues off the pitch, the people of Sarawak, the teammates have been excellent. But unfortunately, all good things come to an end. I am very excited about the Thai League 2 and want to do well here.”
“The style of play and the game’s speed were challenging to adapt to, but off the pitch, like the food and culture, I found it very easy adapting.”, he said after being asked about what it is like adapting to Thai League.
Comparing the Malaysia Super League (MSL) and Thai League 2, Stuart Wark said the Thai League is on par, “I am impressed after playing three teams played, all teams can play.”, which he then added.
“Although it’s the Thai League 2, I want to play as many games as possible. I want to enjoy the game, the challenges, and the experience in Thai League 2.”
Last but not least, Stuart Wark expressed gratitude to the fans that supported him, from Sarawak United FC to now in Kasetsart FC. He added, “I hoped to make Kasetsart FC’s fans proud and not forget Malaysia fans, as I represent Malaysian here in Thailand.”
It looks like Stuart Wark has adapted to the culture in Thailand, and we wish him all the best in Thailand!
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