Author Research Biography





Author Profile

Name/Surname : MrNaratorn Wirunhchatapant
Pseudonym : Dearman
Date of Birth : 10 October 1979
Location : Bangkok, Thailand
Physical : Height 174 cm, Weight 60 kg
Education : High School : Suankularb (Rosa Garden College)  
Bachelor of Science Physics, Chulalongkorn University
Master of Engineering Management, Thammasat University 
Professional Career : Quality Engineer
Major Activity : Amateur Football Historian
Favorite Sports : Football, Swimming
Favorite Teams : Argentina, Red Star Belgrade
Favorite Legend : Fernando Redondo
Religion : Protestant Christian 
English Language : Toeic Score 720 (Listening 345, Reading 375)
Contacted E-Mail : xtralegend@gmail.com



Football Research Background 
    
      My inspiration of football historical research was originated at the beginning of 2008 when I felt the beautiful game and attractive styles of play had become rare since the mid-2000s and finally extincted. It became my dream of project creation to fulfill my overwhelming passion in history of the game. Then, I dedicate to spend the majority of my leisure to have been researching, creating and developing the huge project of football historical works individually without any earning just because of my typical of willingness, never-give-up attitude and enjoyment in my beloved thing even in the stressful and fatigued time in struggling the obstacles during working on the project. Accordingly, Football history has become a sustainable work as an indispensable part of my life permanently. 

            The first game ever of my watch is the 1990 FIFA World Cup match between Argentina and Yugoslavia. However, I started watching the game seriously in the 1993 decisive match England VS Holland in the 1994 World Cup qualification in UEFA zone. I started establishing the short series of legendary football in Thailand sports website but it was rather unpopular due to perspective limitation among the large group of readers. Then, I moved to establish myself in legends room of soccerpluse.com where is considered by me as the enlighten primary school of my legendary football knowledge, learning very many things from a group of experts and I created the similar format of the series there but it is informal work with a lot of erroneous points, omitted so many legends and not research much enough. After soccerpluse was disappeared, I was looking for a new soccer forum with a related-football history room and then I became establishing a short incomplete series in FootballMaxx forum until I was invited to settle down at Xtratime.org where the trial project was started. I’m the earliest appointed as a moderator in history of the forum, was appointed only one month after registration as a member, being supported by the website authorities who wanted to revive its history forum. I established the trial project with all completed three series within a year and successfully revived the forum until it has been independent from World Football forum as a result of a dramatic increment of participation. I got nickname as "Mr. History Forum" there. The more research the more pleasant to discover the new things and how interesting of football history conduct me to enter to the worldwide of vision. However, I finally decided to officially retire from a member after being a moderator for more than 2.5 years after I found to reach the saturated point for my contribution to the community but still have been available to discuss about football history in the beautiful game forum at Bigsoccer.com. Nevertheless, all trial series are still exist in Xtratime.org but it has been outdated since my retirement. This blog is the only newest update version.
         WFHC Project was first started to create when I wanted to only transfer all of my works from Xtratime.org into my own blogs. However, in the step of transferring and updating, the more historical evidences were found and contributed with a lot of new ideas to add new creations, architecturally re-arrangement, decoration and developing methodology. I tried many experiments to get the divisibility of the methodology in reproducing from the actual historical model. The project was spent around a half of year to successfully renovate the works and officially establish WFHC in August 2013 in the day I attend the match Barcelona VS Thailand at National Stadium and the next year of 2014 saw its official reform with starting the advanced methodological design & implementation project after the evidences amount was considered to be sufficient and the works have been continually developing to date.
      
        In my amateur playing, I was a faculty football player in right-back position and achieved twice bronze medals in inter-university science faculty game. After the class, I always found myself in the training field and has long been spending the life with soccer media as a major activity. 
          Finally, I have to sincerely thank all advisers, followers and supporters as an indispensable important part of these works and always welcome new comers to the World of Football History.

Regards

Dearman
WFHC Founder/Developer


2000 Atom Games (Thai Inter-University Games)



          
2011 OSK League




5 comments:

  1. Nice page. Thanks you very much. Greetings from Argentina ^^

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    1. Ivan, thanks you for such a greeting !

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  2. Nice one. This seems to be really impressive and is simply loved by the lovers of sports. You can also take help from the  latest sport news to get regular informations regarding what is going on these days.

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  3. Recently i see a photo of a taiwanese boy with a t-shirt of Independiente in Bangkok. I´m a fan of CAI from Argentina and i can´t believe how our team has fans in the other side of the world. I remember your blog after that.

    https://scontent-gru2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/16938434_10209660112833041_7198658287876982451_n.jpg?oh=8bc37a080388ff837c000e307d287898&oe=592EABB6

    I really enjoy this blog, cheers from Argentina!

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    1. Thanks you for compliment. I agree there is very rare south american fan in southeast asia.

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