Thai League legend Pipob On-Mo has announced his retirement at the age of 39 after a long and illustrious career.
The striker who has numerous accolades to his name including being the first player in Thai League history to reach 100 league goals including many stellar performances which earned him a player of the year award in 2007.
Pipob On-Mo came through the youth ranks at BEC Tero Sasana where he played for 137 appearances with scoring 19 goals, winning 2 league titles with the club. In 2007 he moved to Chonburi FC and it is here where his career really took off. Pipob On-Mo went on to play went on to play 12 seasons with the club playing a total of 404 league games scoring 108 goals.
Though Pipob On-Mo excelled in the Thai League, he never truly replicated his form on the international stage. Overall he went on to make only 6 appearances, including a brief substitute appearance 2012 AFF Championship for the War Elephants without ever scoring.