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PostPosted: Sun Mar 27, 2011 4:58 am 
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The Azkals now join 2008 champion India, Maldives, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan which earlier booked their places in the main tournament next year for Asia’s emerging football countries.

“We have to give credit to the players for playing the way we should have been playing the past two games,” said team manager Dan Palami. “We could see how they were pressing from the opening up to the final whistle. And the prayers back home helped a lot.”

Palami announced that the players and coaching staff, including Edwin Cabalida, Edzel Bracamonte and Roroy Pinero, will receive a $1,500 bonus from the Philippine Football Federation and other private sponsors.

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Their opponent in the Round 1 qualifier for the planet’s most prestigious tournament that will be held in Brazil will only be known on Wednesday during a draw at 4 p.m. in Kuala Lumpur.

But Palami said they have received information that they could be squared up against either Cambodia or Afghanistan.

“But we’re not sure about that,” Palami said. “But if that is so, I think we could safely say that we will be the favored team on that draw.”

The Philippines is ranked 151st in the FIFA world rankings while Cambodia 154th and the war-torn nation Afghanistan, 195th.

“We’re really excited because finally after the draw, we can now know what kind of preparation we will use,” said Palami, who vowed to form a Dream Team, the strongest squad ever assembled for the qualifier.

Weiss said they will need five to six tuneup matches against club teams in Asia – either in Japan, Korea or Australia – to prepare for the home-and-away Round 1 which is slated June 29 and July 3.

Philippine Football Federation chief Mariano Araneta had earlier said the home game could be staged at either the Rizal Memorial football stadium in Manila or the Panaad Stadium in Bacolod City.
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Their opponent in the Round 1 qualifier for the planet’s most prestigious tournament that will be held in Brazil will only be known on Wednesday during a draw at 4 p.m. in Kuala Lumpur.

But Palami said they have received information that they could be squared up against either Cambodia or Afghanistan.

“But we’re not sure about that,” Palami said. “But if that is so, I think we could safely say that we will be the favored team on that draw.”

The Philippines is ranked 151st in the FIFA world rankings while Cambodia 154th and the war-torn nation Afghanistan, 195th.

“We’re really excited because finally after the draw, we can now know what kind of preparation we will use,” said Palami, who vowed to form a Dream Team, the strongest squad ever assembled for the qualifier.

Weiss said they will need five to six tuneup matches against club teams in Asia – either in Japan, Korea or Australia – to prepare for the home-and-away Round 1 which is slated June 29 and July 3.

Philippine Football Federation chief Mariano Araneta had earlier said the home game could be staged at either the Rizal Memorial football stadium in Manila or the Panaad Stadium in Bacolod City.
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I hope it will be Rizal Memorial so I can watch it inside the stadium, Also the draw will be webcast live tmrw at the-afc.com... 8)

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PFF eyes Rizal Memorial for WC qualifiers


he Philippine Football Federation is considering the historical Rizal Memorial Track and Football Stadium as one of the venues for the home games of the 2014 World Cup qualifiers starting in June said PFF president Mariano “Nonong” Araneta Wednesday.

With the first and second round of qualifiers for the World Cup played with a home-and-away format, the PFF started looking for other options aside from the Panaad Stadium in Bacolod.

“We will try to look at Rizal Memorial (today) and see how we can fix it,” said Araneta in the PFF Suzuki U-23 national championships in UP Los Banos in Laguna.

Rizal Memorial Stadium, with a capacity of 30, 000, was once home of the national football team and used to host major football matches since its creation in the 1930s.

But its rapid dilapidation throughout the years made it unfit for international standards, and eventually the national team, now widely known as the Azkals, had the constant problem with its practice and game venues.

In the first leg of the AFC Challenge Cup pre-qualifying against Mongolia last February, the Azkals played their first ever home game since their amazing run in the AFF Suzuki Cup in Bacolod's Panaad Stadium.

The stadium, with a standing capacity of 20,000, was brimming from the VIP area up to the bleachers by fans from around the Philippines who trooped there just to watch the Azkals.

The team before, though, had problems with the lack of stadium of top standard during the Suzuki Cup late last year and had to play both legs of the semifinals, which they eventually lost, in Bung Karno stadium in Indonesia.

But Araneta expressed said the PFF and the Azkals will not encounter the same difficulty because the AFC, the main governing body of football in Asia, does not have the same requirements like that of the AFF.

“Actually, the capacity only will be considered if the home country wants more gate receipts,” said Araneta. “The home game is actually to help the host country.”

The quality of the pitch, the lighting, air-conditioned dressing rooms, security within the area, and media rooms, though, are among AFC’s top concerns, according to Araneta.

“If it’s televised and the field is up to international standards then the game will be better,” Araneta added.

Whether Rizal Memorial will live up to these requirements, the PFF will only find out after its ocular inspection of the field today.

The Azkals, drawn against Sri Lanka in the first round of the qualifiers, will play the first leg in the opponents turf in June 29 before shifting back to the Philippines on July 3.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 02, 2011 2:39 pm 
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With their grit, personal sacrifice and pleasant demeanor, the Philippine football team, known as the Azkals, could very well join the handful of local sporting heroes.

They proved beyond a shadow of doubt what football or soccer is all about, the world’s most popular sport which many present-day sportswriters, television people and columnists have virtually ignored, even laughed at.

But their perception about football has suddenly changed following the Azkals’ string of totally unexpected victories, including their upset win over defending Suzuki Cup champion Vietnam, their triumph over Mongolia on aggregate scores, and their lopsided 3-0 humiliation of Bangladesh, to earn a slot in the main tournament of the AFC Challenge Cup.

Now, football diehards and officials of the Philippine Football Federation, led by PFF president Mariano “Nonong” Araneta and Azkals team manager Dan Palami, are keeping their fingers crossed, anticipating better days for the national shin-busters.

The Azkals kick off their lofty ambition to reach the 2014 World Cup in Brazil by undergoing several tough and demanding tasks. For a start, the Philippines takes on underrated but unpredictable Sri Lanka in the first round on June 28 in the Sri Lankan home turf.

The Philippines hosts the return leg five days later. Kuwait battles the winner of the Philippines-Sri Lanka duel in the next phase.
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The Philippine Football Federation announced Friday that it will decide by April 15 which between the Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila and the Panaad Stadium in Bacolod City will serve as venue for the Philippines’ 2014 World Cup qualifying first-round match against Sri Lanka on July 3.

But after inspecting the Rizal Memorial field, PFF officials appear inclined to hold the match there.

On Thursday, PFF president Mariano Araneta, Azkals team manager Dan Palami and coach Michael Weiss inspected the 77-year-old Rizal Memorial Stadium and made some observations that seemed to favor playing there.

“We might just play there at around 4 p.m. so the lights would not have to be installed,” Araneta said.

But Araneta hastened to add that “There’s no decision yet,” noting that they still have more than one week left before informing the Asian Football Confederation in Kuala Lumpur of their decision.

What is certain, he said, is that there won’t be any free-seating for the public in the venue, whether it is in Manila or Bacolod. He said the PFF needs to raise funds to cover for the expenses of hosting the event.

“We don’t know if we can get any subsidy from FIFA (international football federation) for the hosting so kailangan makabawi man lang tayo sa gastos,” Araneta said. “Siyempre we have to rent for the field and shoulder other expenses”.

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MANILA---National team manager Dan Palami is optimistic that the ongoing PFF Suzuki Cup Under-23 national championship will discover untapped talents for the Southeast Asian Games.

“The lack of available talent locally is one of the problems we’re trying to address,” said Palami.

With the sport’s popularity reaching an all-time high in the wake of the performance of the national squad known as the Azkals, the support and interest for football—even on the grassroots level—also leapfrogged.

“If they know something is happening, they will get interested in the game,” added Palami during the Southern Luzon clusters kickoff at UP-Los Baños recently.

The composition of the SEA Games’ under-23 squad will be selected from the winners of the PFF Suzuki Cup, but PFF president Mariano “Nonong” Araneta said that a number of foreign-based Filipinos have expressed interest in joining the squad.

“But we have to look at the local players, then the foreigners later on, to make a good selection for our U-23 team,” said Araneta.

For Azkals head coach Hans Michael Weiss, quality is top priority in the search for a player.

“Anyone who can prove himself has a chance to try out,” said Weiss.


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PFF U23 - Results and fixtures

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Cluster: North, Central & South Luzon

Teams: Baguio City-Benguet

Laguna

Quezon

Tarlac

Rizal

Host Team: Laguna

Dates: 30 March – 03 April 2011

Venue: University of the Phils-Los Baños

RESULTS :

Laguna vs Baguio City-Benguet 4-2

Baguio City-Benguet vs Quezon 13-0

Baguio City-Benguet vs Rizal 6-1

Rizal - Quezon 1-2


Cluster: Southeast Luzon

Teams: Camarines Norte

Naga City-Camarines Sur

Legaspi City-Albay Federated

Masbate

Oriental Mindoro

Host Team: Naga City-Camarines Sur

Dates: 30 March – 03 April 2011

Venue: TBD



Cluster: North Mindanao

Teams: Butuan-Agusan Del Norte

Iligan-Lanao Del Norte

Cagayan De Oro-Misamis Oriental

Surigao Del Norte (withdrew)

Host Team: Cagayan de Oro-Misamis Oriental

Dates: 29 March – 31 March 2011

Venue: Xavier University - Ateneo de Cagayan

RESULTS :

Cagayan de Oro-Misamis Oriental vs Iligan-Lanao del Norte 5-4

Cagayan de Oro-Misamis Oriental vs Butuan-Agusan del Norte 3-1

Iligan Lanao del Norte vs Butuan 7-3

Cagayan de Oro-Misamis Oriental qualified for Mindanao Finals



Cluster: South Mindanao

Teams: Compostela Valley

Davao

Davao Del Norte

Host Team: Davao

Dates: 01 – 03 April 2011

Venue: Tionko Football Field

RESULTS :

Davao FA - Davao del Norte 4-2

Goal scorers for Davao are Joven Benitez (18’ & 67’); Aldin Tiboron (80), and Jestoni Felipe (90 + 1). Goal scorers for Davao del Norte are Mark Juan (41’) and Kim Lloyd Paulino (80’).

2 April at 1:30 PM Compostela Valley vs. Davao del Norte
3 April at 1:30 PM Compostela Valley vs Davao FA


Cluster: Central Mindanao

Teams: Maguindanao-Cotabato City

North Cotabato

Host Team: North Cotabato

Dates: 02 – 04 April 2011

Venue: M’alang Football Plaza



Cluster: West Mindanao

Teams: Misamis Occidental-Ozamis

Zamboanga Del Norte-Dipolog

Zamboanga Del Sur-Pagadian

Host Team: Misamis Occidental-Ozamiz

Dates: 25-27 March 2011

Venue: Ozamis City National HS

RESULTS :

Zandifa (Dipolog) vs Misamis Occidental 5-1
ZSPFA(Pagadian) vs Misamis Occidental 1-0
Zandifa (Dipolog) vs ZSPFA (Pagadian) 0-0

Zandifa qualified for Mindanao finals.




Cluster: Visayas (REGIONALS)

Teams: Cebu

Iloilo

Leyte

Negros Occidental

Negros Oriental

Host Team: Negros Oriental

Dates: 15 – 19 April 2011

Venue: TBD

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PFF eyes medal in SEA Games

A WEEK after knowing the Philippines’ opponent in the first round of 2014 Brazil World Cup qualifying, the Philippine Football Federation (PFF) has expressed high hopes to enter the medal tally of the 26th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games this November in Indonesia.

The PFF President Mariano Araneta said he already gave “Azkals” team manager the full authority to form the best Under-23 squad that would challenge Southeast Asia’s powerhouse and reigning champion Malaysia, Vietnam and Singapore.

“I’m hoping we can win a medal in this coming SEA Games,” said Araneta, noting the SEA Games Federation Council will allow three overage players per team. “They may allow three overage players but the coaching staff will take care of it.”

Azkals head coach German Hans Michael Weiss will also handle the team during preparation and competition proper.

Palami aims to end the medal drought since Philippines participated in
the 1977 SEAG by creating the strongest and youngest football team. He will also serve as team manager of the team.

It will be a multitasking job for the PFF as it also prepares for the World Cup qualifying first round where the Azkals battle Sri Lanka in June and July besides the coming SEAG U-23 event and next year’s Asian Football Confederation Challenge Cup main draw.


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PFF chief Mariano “Nonong” Araneta Jr. made it official Thursday, marking the first time that the 77-year-old venue to stage an international football competition since the 1991 Southeast Asian Games.

“It’s Rizal Memorial Stadium,” Araneta said before holding a meeting with Philippine Sports Commission chair Richie Garcia.

The Rizal Memorial Stadium, which can accommodate 15,000 to 20,000 spectators, beat out Panaad Stadium in Bacolod City which was also hoping to host venue.

The decision to pick the Manila venue was helped in some way by the promise of huge support from San Miguel Corporation which will finance the refurbishment of some areas, including the pitch, score board and locker rooms.

“It’s also more convenient for many to stage the qualifier in the capital,” Araneta said.

The Department of Public Works and Highways has also given the PFF the green light to stage the event at Rizal Memorial, quashing earlier reports that the venue is not safe for the public.

“As early as February, the PSC has already secured a certificate that says Rizal is safe for events,” said Araneta, noting that repairs will start in the next few weeks.

The PFF projects earning as much as P6 million from gate receipts of the game.

Sri Lanka will host the first game of the home-and-away series in Colombo on June 29.

Meanwhile, team manager Dan Palami said three potential Fil-foreign recruits – Fil-Spanish Juan Luis Guirado and Fil-Canadian brothers Jonathan and Julian de Guzman, won’t be able to join the Azkals in the qualifiers because of different commitments.
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Prepare for SEAG, POC chief tells PFF

While the Azkals are looking forward to the second round of the 2014 World Cup qualifiers, the Philippine Football Federation should start preparing for the 26th SEA Games slated in Indonesia in November.

“They should look for players 23 years and below because the coming SEA Games is for below-23 players,” said Philippine Olympic Committee president Jose Cojuangco.

“But they should continue with what they’re doing for the Azkals. They are working a lot better as a team now,” he said.

The POC chief said he was impressed with the Azkals performance last Sunday when they clobbered the Sri Lankans, 4-0, before a wet and wild crowd at the Rizal Memorial Stadium.

The victory sent the Azkals to the second round of the Asian qualifiers for the next World Cup, and up next is the tougher assignment against Kuwait on July 23 and 28.

It marked the first time that the country advanced to the second round of the World Cup qualifiers, and the Azkals are being toasted as the biggest thing that happened to Philippine football.

“I like the way they defended. They really made it very difficult for the Sri Lankans. And they all looked tough,” said Cojuangco.

“But what’s important now is we keep the same caliber and at the same time look for below-23 players for the coming SEA Games,” he added.

Of the present team, only a couple of players are eligible for the SEA Games, including Simon Greatwich and Jason de Jong. But based on the previous SEA Games rules, teams are allowed two players older than 23.

“First, they should continue what they’re doing. You can feel the team spirit in them. It shows in the field,” said Cojuangco of the Azkals.

But he hoped that the Azkals can perform at such a high level even on foreign soil because when they played the Sri Lankans in Colomboa last week, the match ended in a draw.

The same thing happened during the AFC Challenge Cup when the Azkals went to Mongolia and lost their away match, 2-1, before scoring a 2-0 home win in Bacolod.

“The hometown support last Sunday was unbelievable. Even when it started raining hard, not one fan left the stadium,” said Cojuangco.

Now he can only wish that the other NSAs (national sports associations) will deliver like the Azkals.

“I hope the other can do the same. Because if you present the sport well, the people will really come,” said Cojuangco.
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PFF earns P11M at gates

The Philippine football team-Sri Lanka World Cup qualifying match at the Rizal Memorial Football stadium last Sunday was a big hit – both from the gates and TV ratings.

Goals from ace striker Phil Younghusband, Fil-Spanish Angel Guirado and Chieffy Caligdong powered the Azkals to a 4-0 victory against Sri Lanka and a 5-1 aggregate win in the first round of the qualifiers for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

Despite the heavy downpour during the match, the Philippine Football Federation announced net earnings of P11 million from gate receipts while ABS-CBN, which broadcasted the game live over Studio 23, said it “rated very well.”

The victory ensured the Philippines a date against a much tougher Kuwait side, a Middle East power, in the second round which begins July 23.

“We were able to do justice to the stadium. We fixed the stadium and Azkals performed well and everything went well for the football in the country,” PFF president Mariano “Nonong” Araneta said.

“We spent almost close to P9 million. It’s good to say that from the gate receipts alone we were able to recover the expenses. I think after deducting all the commissions of Ticketworld maybe it was about 11 million.”

The game saw 13,000 roaring fans at the stands – a testament to the Azkals drawing power.

“You have seen the crowd, you can see that even if it was raining so hard they were still there watching the game. And they enjoyed it,” Araneta said.

An ABS-CBN official, who requested not to be named, said the “game went very well for a sports program.” The official refused to release any rating figures as he has no authority to do it.

Team manager Dan Palami wasn’t able to attend Tuesday’s PSA Forum after he figured in a minor car accident along España in Manila. Football officials said Palami was unhurt.

The Azkals, meanwhile, will miss midfielders Aly Borromeo and Fil-German Stephan Schrock when they play Kuwait following their automatic suspensions after getting their second yellow card during Sunday’s game.

Borromeo and Schrock, however, will be available for the Manila leg on July 28.
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National football team skipper Aly Borromeo and midfielder Stephan Schrock were not given clearance to play in the first leg of the World Cup qualifiers against Kuwait after the International Football Federation (FIFA) rejected the plea to rescind the suspension Friday.

The decision was made despite Asian Football Confederation’s (AFC) request to cancel the automatic suspension, which was caused by accumulated two yellow cards each on the crack pair.

“We were just trying [to have the suspension lifted] since Kuwait didn’t play the first round unlike the Philippines,” Philippine Football Federation (PFF) president Mariano “Nonong” Araneta told the INQUIRER.net. “AFC listened to us, but Fifa didn’t,”Araneta added.

Borromeo, who has been training with the squad for the last two weeks in the Middle East, will be watching in streetclothes when the Azkals clash with Kuwait in the away leg on July 23, even as Schrock will be tied up with squad in Germany.

FIFA directed PFF to appeal the cancelation of the suspension to the AFC, the governing body of football in Asia.

Alex Soosay, the General Secretary of the AFC, meanwhile made their recommendation pursuant to the Article 37 of Fifa Disciplinary Code.

The code states that, “the Disciplinary Committee may cancel cautions that have not resulted in an expulsion so as to restore the balance among several teams that have not played the same number of matches during the first round of a competition.”

But in the end, FIFA had the final say and Borromeo and Schrock would have to pay the price for their flare up during the first round leg against Sri Lanka.

Borromeo, though, will be available for the home leg at the Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila on July 28.


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

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