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Most informative (in football) thread so far here in Pacland.

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Kuwait Al-Azraq confident vs Philippine Azkals

Kuwait is heading into its second round World Cup Qualifying duel with the Philippines Saturday night high on confidence and coach Goran Tufegdzic believes his squad’s experience will spell the difference in the match.

Speaking to Filipino reporters, Tufegdzic acknowledged the Philippine Azkals as a “good team that’s still in a development stage.”

“From what I saw, I think the Philippine team needs more experience,” said the Serbian, who steered Kuwait to qualification in the 2011 Asian Cup and to the Gulf Cup of Nations title last year.

Kuwait, also known as the Al-Azraq, started preparing for the two-leg duel against the Azkals last June 23, undergoing camps here and in Lebanon, where they beat the hosts, 6-0, in a fight-marred duel.

But the confidence boost they needed came when they bested formidable Middle East teams in Saudi Arabia and Iraq in a four-nation tournament in Amman, Jordan last week.

Bader Al-Muhtwa is the leading scorer among the active players in the national squad with 36 goals in 106 matches. But Tufegdzic said the 26-year-old striker is hobbled by injury and will be a game-time decision.

While the Azkals are competing for a spot in football’s showpiece event for the first time since 2001, Kuwait was seeded into the second round this year, owing to its better International Football Federation (Fifa) ranking at 102. The Al-Azraq also reached the third round of qualifying for the 2010 edition of the tournament.

“Generally our team is the favorite, but we must prove on the field,” Tufegdzic, who has been handling the Al-Azraq the past three years, added.
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Philippine Football Federation (PFF) technical director and former national coach Aris Caslib said now more than ever, the Azkals and their fans must show support for Weiss.

“We have a very good team assembled over time and we have to support the direction of coach Weiss,” said Caslib.

“He has worked hard and is working very hard to bring us to this level and it is a privilege for the entire nation to be in this particular moment in the history of Philippine football.”

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What's Next for the Azkals?

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With the Azkal's bid to qualify for 2014 World Cup officially coming to an end with match result against Kuwait, what's next for the team? Fortunately, the fans do not have to wait long as they have something to look forward to for the duration of the year- the team will be playing off in at least three more tournaments.

Mariano "Nonong" Araneta Jr, president of the Philippine Football Federation (PFF), has confirmed the team's participation in the upcoming Long Teng Cup on September. The team will be facing off football teams from Hong Kong, Macau, and the host nation, Taiwan.

The PFF will also be hosting a four-nation invitational tourney in October to be sponsored by Asia Brewery Inc. Singapore and Malaysia has already confirmed participation, with either Thailand or Vietnam going for the last slot.

Meanwhile, team coach Michael Weiss will be leading the Under-23 football team in the men's football competition of the 26th Southeast Asian Games on November. Said event will be held in Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia.

To add, team manager Dan Palami is also planning a friendly match that will pit the Azkals against a legends squad to be led by former French skipper and current Real Madrid C.F. Director of Football, Zinedine Zidane.
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Well, I am curious about the UFL. Can they join the AFC?Play the Australian, Chinese, Koreans and Japanese side. I noticed we have played our south asian counter parts the Middle eastern the experience is good for our team. But we have yet to play our northern and southern neighbors.They are the POWERHOUSE OF ASIAN FUTBOL.We need experience against a high quality football team.We will probably get destroyed rather easily though.


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PFF gets P21-M FIFA grant

The Philippine Azkals will soon have a practice pitch they can call their own.

The International Football Federation (Fifa) has approved the grant of $500,000 (roughly P21.7 million) to transform the Philsports pitch into an artificial turf as part of Fifa’s Goal Project 2 for the Philippines.

Philippine Football Federation president Mariano ‘Nonong’ Araneta Jr. yesterday said Fifa approved the grant after it was satisfied with the draft of the provisions in the Memorandum of Agreement entered into by the PFF and the Philippine Sports Commission.

The PSC, which manages the pitch, has agreed to have an artificial turf installed in the 10,000-seater Arena in Pasig City.

“We (PFF and PSC) will have to sign the MOA again on Sept. 1, but it’s only for formality because the draft has already been approved by Fifa,” Araneta said.

Under the agreement, the PSC will turnover the management of the turf to PFF officials for the next 25 years.

But Araneta said the $500,000 Fifa grant for artificial pitch won’t be enough, and the PFF may need to shell out $100,000 (P4.3 million) more to cover for the cost of construction.

The PFF had earlier proposed the Parañaque lot of charismatic leader Mike Velarde as the site for the project, but Fifa thumped it down after it found some kinks in the provisions proposed by the Velarde group in the MOA.

The Fifa also found the site unfavorable because it is located in the flight path of airplanes going in and out of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

The grant comes as a big boost for the Azkals, who don't have permanent practice area and only use alternately the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium and the pitch at the Alabang Country Club as training site.

Meanwhile, Araneta said Vietnam has turned down the invitation of the PFF for an Oct. 9 exhibition match against the Azkals at the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium.

But Araneta said they will not stop at looking at the other available teams as they have now invited Bangladesh and Oman. They have also invited India for an Oct. 6 friendly clash, but has yet to reply.
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Philippine Football Federation (PFF) president Mariano "Nonong" Araneta and Galaxy president Thomas Payne took place earlier today at a press conference in Makati.

The match will be the second leg of the Galaxy's tour of Asia and Australia, coming after a still-to-be-determined fixture on November 30 and preceding the finale in Melbourne on December 5. It will be the first time a professional football club of this stature will play the national side since Cruzeiro of Brazil came over in the 1970s.

It's also the first time a football icon like Beckham will play in front of local fans, with Payne confirming that the British superstar is indeed joining the team here.
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Bro CV ...I always pass this area!!!! an nearby Caruz eatry with delicious Kare Kare , Papaitan , Kilawin at inihaw na baboy sarap talaga!

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PFF HQ: The House of Football

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The House of Football stands at the corner of Danny Floro and Henry Javier Streets in Oranbo, Pasig City.

Built at a cost of Php 16 million through Fédération Internationale de Football Association’s (FIFA) Goal Project, it took almost a year to complete before it was formally inaugurated during the Philippine Football Federation’s Centenary Anniversary in December of 2008 by Joseph Blatter, President of football’s world governing body.

The stylish three-story headquarters designed by architect Baltazar Avelino is a stark contrast to all the buildings in the surrounding motel row that reveal nothing of the secret if not forbidden intimacy within; hence the closed doors, garage doors, and blackened windows.

The old PFF Headquarters was housed in the nearby Philsports Complex (Room 405 Building B) and had all the feel of a public school administration office. The grey paint on worktables chipped off. Videotapes of football matches piled atop one another without cases. The bathroom also doubled as a janitor’s stockroom. The headquarters resembled the state of football in the country – not enough support and in a state of disrepair.

The new swank digs have the look of a glass house that will not look out of place in chic Miami. There are dozens of oil paintings of football scenes including a huge one of Brazilian star Ronaldinho that line its walls. Along with the spaciousness of the offices, it gives the new offices a 21st Century cosmopolitan feel. More importantly, it signifies how serious the National Sports Association is with lifting up the state of the sport in a country where everything else is a distant second to basketball.

The House of Football is the only headquarters by any sport in the country that is housed outside a government building. Yet critics of the new PFF administration point out that the stately settings belie the rotting state of the beautiful game in the Philippines.

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Bro CV ...I always pass this area!!!! an nearby Caruz eatry with delicious Kare Kare , Papaitan , Kilawin at inihaw na baboy sarap talaga!

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PFF HQ: The House of Football

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The House of Football stands at the corner of Danny Floro and Henry Javier Streets in Oranbo, Pasig City.

Built at a cost of Php 16 million through Fédération Internationale de Football Association’s (FIFA) Goal Project, it took almost a year to complete before it was formally inaugurated during the Philippine Football Federation’s Centenary Anniversary in December of 2008 by Joseph Blatter, President of football’s world governing body.

The stylish three-story headquarters designed by architect Baltazar Avelino is a stark contrast to all the buildings in the surrounding motel row that reveal nothing of the secret if not forbidden intimacy within; hence the closed doors, garage doors, and blackened windows.

The old PFF Headquarters was housed in the nearby Philsports Complex (Room 405 Building B) and had all the feel of a public school administration office. The grey paint on worktables chipped off. Videotapes of football matches piled atop one another without cases. The bathroom also doubled as a janitor’s stockroom. The headquarters resembled the state of football in the country – not enough support and in a state of disrepair.

The new swank digs have the look of a glass house that will not look out of place in chic Miami. There are dozens of oil paintings of football scenes including a huge one of Brazilian star Ronaldinho that line its walls. Along with the spaciousness of the offices, it gives the new offices a 21st Century cosmopolitan feel. More importantly, it signifies how serious the National Sports Association is with lifting up the state of the sport in a country where everything else is a distant second to basketball.

The House of Football is the only headquarters by any sport in the country that is housed outside a government building. Yet critics of the new PFF administration point out that the stately settings belie the rotting state of the beautiful game in the Philippines.


nice to know that bro SE... :D

im still longing to see this place if ever i get my home vacation...but i think the PFF moved their base by that time

opps btw... i will check those food as well

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Screaming Eagle wrote:
Bro CV ...I always pass this area!!!! an nearby Caruz eatry with delicious Kare Kare , Papaitan , Kilawin at inihaw na baboy sarap talaga!

cvrom62 wrote:
PFF HQ: The House of Football

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The House of Football stands at the corner of Danny Floro and Henry Javier Streets in Oranbo, Pasig City.

Built at a cost of Php 16 million through Fédération Internationale de Football Association’s (FIFA) Goal Project, it took almost a year to complete before it was formally inaugurated during the Philippine Football Federation’s Centenary Anniversary in December of 2008 by Joseph Blatter, President of football’s world governing body.

The stylish three-story headquarters designed by architect Baltazar Avelino is a stark contrast to all the buildings in the surrounding motel row that reveal nothing of the secret if not forbidden intimacy within; hence the closed doors, garage doors, and blackened windows.

The old PFF Headquarters was housed in the nearby Philsports Complex (Room 405 Building B) and had all the feel of a public school administration office. The grey paint on worktables chipped off. Videotapes of football matches piled atop one another without cases. The bathroom also doubled as a janitor’s stockroom. The headquarters resembled the state of football in the country – not enough support and in a state of disrepair.

The new swank digs have the look of a glass house that will not look out of place in chic Miami. There are dozens of oil paintings of football scenes including a huge one of Brazilian star Ronaldinho that line its walls. Along with the spaciousness of the offices, it gives the new offices a 21st Century cosmopolitan feel. More importantly, it signifies how serious the National Sports Association is with lifting up the state of the sport in a country where everything else is a distant second to basketball.

The House of Football is the only headquarters by any sport in the country that is housed outside a government building. Yet critics of the new PFF administration point out that the stately settings belie the rotting state of the beautiful game in the Philippines.


nice to know that bro SE... :D

im still longing to see this place if ever i get my home vacation...but i think the PFF moved their base by that time

opps btw... i will check those food as well


Yes Bro CV... and if this vacation happens just PM me so it will be my treat for your homecoming ha ha ha !!!

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After hurdling some accreditation kinks, the Azkals take the Bung Karno pitch on Thursday afternoon looking to not only jumpstart their football bid but also the Philippines’ 26th Southeast Asian Games campaign as well.

These Azkals, made up of Under-23 booters who have not really had the time to get to know each other that well, battle a formidable Vietnamese side as Group B round robin action kicks off.

The Philippines is looking to snare a first football medal in the Games after its senior team had emerged as a force to reckon with in the region.

The Filipinos went through some anxious moments after the official Games accreditation of the players were released late by the tournament secretariat and reached the technical committee just in time for its meeting Wednesday afternoon.

The Under-23 Azkals get their first taste of high-caliber competition against the Vietnamese in the first match of these Games at the 85,000-seat Stadium at 4 p.m. (5 p.m. Manila time).

Laos and Myanmar, also with the Filipinos and the Vietnamese in Group B, tangle in the 7 p.m. match.

“We just hope to get in the groove early in the game,” coach Michael Weiss told the Inquirer shortly before a late lunch with his boys.

“We have not really played together that long so this will be an interesting match for us.”

The Philippines has yet to land a medal in a long history of participation in the SEAG, coming close in 1991, when Manila hosted the event, only to lose in the Final Four.

Senior team regulars Jason de Jong, Matthew and Mark Hartmann, Carlos de Murga, Jeff Christiaens, OJ Porteria and goalkeeper Roland Muller will lead the side that also includes standout local players Neckson Leonora, David Basa, Gerardo Valmayor and Joshua Beloya.

Going home with a medal of whatever color will fortify the resurgence of soccer in the country made possible by the group of senior Azkals led by the famous Younghusbands, James and Phil.

“I have to take the players as they are,” Weiss continued. “We are small compared to other (football) nations and they have a different kind of cohesion. We are not world-class with regard to that aspect.”

Weiss admitted to wanting to have at least four to six months more to coach this batch and be able to identify the strengths and weaknesses of each and every member and play his cards right in each match.

The Philippine coaching staff has labelled Group B as the “Group of Hope” with Brunei and Timor-Leste completing what has been acknowledged as a weak bracket.

The tougher Group A is composed of powerhouse teams Thailand, Singapore, defending champion Malaysia, host Indonesia and Cambodia.

The Filipinos need to finish second in their group to make it to the crossover Final Four.
Group A action does not start until Monday.

While Weiss admits to not knowing his players that well, the towering coach said that he has a lot of idea on how Vietnam plays, having seen his first foes play in the recent Exim Cup in Hanoi.

“They are good because they have been together for so long,” Weiss said.
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The PFF and executives of Suzuki Philippines, president Satoshi Uchida, formally launched the Suzuki Cup 2012 yesterday at the federation’s office, also kicking off the Azkals’ upcoming quest.

Also present were Suzuki Philippines GM-automobile sales and marketing division Shuzo Hoshikura, GM-Motorcycle sales and marketing division Eiji Kobayashi, and Philippine Sports Commission chairman Richie Garcia, who all renewed their commitment to Phl football.

“As a company committed to local and global sports, Suzuki is once again proud to be part of yet another anticipated event,” said Uchida. “We hope to inspire more and more able and athletic Filipinos to take up the sport and be like our national team, who showed to the world what the Filipino determination, hard work, passion and discipline can do.”

Speaking for the government, Garcia reiterated the PSC’s 100 percent support.

“As a matter of fact, we’re about to sign with the PFF an agreement for 25 years for the use of Rizal as a football stadium in the Philippines,” said Garcia, referring to the projected conversion of Rizal into an international standard artificial turf under Fifa’s $500,000 Goal Project.

The Rizal, he added, should be ready to serve as home venue for the Azkals if they reach the Suzuki Cup’s home and away, two-leg semis knockout stages. The semifinals are slated Dec. 8-9 and Dec. 12-13, and the finals are scheduled Dec. 19 (first leg) and 22 (second leg).

“We’re really raring to put up a good show. We’re now seeded so expectations are a little higher this time around. But we’re more than up to it; we want to show what we can do,” said Borromeo, who was with Chieffy Caligdong, Ian Araneta and Misagh Bahadoran.

Training camps in the US, Middle East and Japan and friendlies against Indonesia or Vietnam are in the pipeline for the Azkals.

“The PFF will do everything to prepare the team,” said Araneta.
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PFF eyes Nat’l Cup for SEAG aspirants

Organizers of the third PFF Suzuki U23 National Cup hope to discover talents who can potentially represent the Philippines in the coming Southeast Asian Games.

PFF president Nonong Araneta and Suzuki Philippines president Satoshi Uchida said the U23 National Cup will provide the venue for outstanding players to prove their worth as aspirants for the Phl U23 team seeking for a breakthrough podium finish in the Myanmar SEAG.

“Through this tournament, we will get to see the future of Phl football,” said Araneta during yesterday’s launch event for the third edition of the PFF Suzuki U23 National Cup, which opens hostilities next month via the Regional Qualifying Rounds featuring the top 10 teams, led by defending champion Negros Occidental Football Association.

“We look forward to a high level competition among teams and players but we also expect to see a showcase of fair play and sportsmanship. Further, we are excited to see emerging young footballers whom we can tap for the upcoming SEA Games and hopefully become part of our seniors team later on,” he added.

For his part, Uchida said: “We wish to highlight our commitment to football and sports through our sponsorship of the Cup. We remain true to our vision of providing an arena for talented football players from the grassroots to enter the national team.”

Negros Occidental, bannered by 2011 SEAG standout Joshua Beloya, leads the cast in the All-Visayas Regionals slated April 15-20 in San Carlos City, competing with rivals from Iloilo and Cebu.
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Masbate, Laguna and Baguio-Benguet figure in the All Luzon Regionals set April 8-13 at UP Los Baños, Laguna while North Cotabato, Iligan-Lanao del Norte, Davao and Zamboanga duke it out in the All Mindanao Regionals on April 22-27 in Davao City.

The participants will play a double round robin tourney in the regionals with the top two teams in each region advancing to the Final Qualifying Round at Perdices Stadium in Dumaguete in May.

The outstanding players of the National U23 Cup will be invited to a camp in May for the tryouts for SEAG-bound pool, which is expected to be beefed up by Fil-foreigners who are still eligible for the U23 competitions, like Jason de Jong and Manny Ott.

“No player is assured of being members of the U23 team. They really have to fight it out (for slots),” said Araneta.

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