The big spending club unveiled Anthony Ampaiphitakwong, Anvar Rajabov, Marko Cetkovic, Dordije Cetkovic, Chalermsuk Kaewsuktae and Arthit Boonyachinda over the weekendBig spending Thai champions Buriram United have unveiled their six new signings including highly regarded Marko Cetkovic as they try to defend their title.
Buriram, who won three titles last term, are currently eight points behind leaders Muang Thong United after 16 games in the 2012 Thai Premier League (TPL) season.
However, the Thunder Castle unveiled Anthony Ampaiphitakwong, Anvar Rajabov, Marko Cetkovic, Dordije Cetkovic, Chalermsuk Kaewsuktae and Arthit Boonyachinda to their fans over the weekend.
Marko Cetkovic, known as 'the Messi of Montenegro', is a highly-rated international midfielder who joins on loan from Polish club Jagiellonia Białystok.
Rajabov is an Uzbekistan international, while Ampaiphitakwong is a Thai-American footballer who arrives from MLS club San Jose Earthquakes.
Buriram are one of three clubs currently locked on 30 points in the TPL, alongside Chonburi and BEC Tero Sasana.