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PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2012 11:03 pm 
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^sampal sa mukhang ni manong eugene :roll:




para lang matauhan na we don't need to malign basketball to raise the sport he likes better. (football)
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we are lucky we have two dedicated national teams :D



bopols... :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 12, 2012 9:02 am 
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di pa ba tapos to? wala namang kumpetisyon between football and basketball eh. may mga epals lang talaga dito na ewan ba kung sadyang tanga o nagta-tanga tangangahan lang na pilt idina-down yung isang sport pabor dun sa paborito nila.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 12, 2012 9:06 am 
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mid 90's nung last time akong nanood ng PBA (w/ excitement) ngayon wla na eh.. puro AMPAW na naglalaro.. :) peace..



mga AMPAW nga, nananlong mga AMPAW..

mga AMPAW na nagdala ng karangalan sa bansa..

langyang mga AMPAW na to oh.. :lol:

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Too Early to Tell ... nanalo lang nga ng 4-0 re-birth.. re-birth na... wag nyong pangunahan baka ma untog pa yan. :D

I love watching Azkal games, pero wag naman sanang laitin ang basketball dahil hindi narin mabilang ang naging pag-pasaya nila sa ating.

Laban Azkal!



nauntog na nga eh... :lol:

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http://www.interaksyon.com/interaktv/fi ... os-invalid

FIFA: Azkals loss to Laos invalid

The Philippine national men’s football team’s heated match against Laos Monday night turned out to be not an official international friendly match after all, which means that the Azkals’ 2-1 loss would have no effect on their world rankings.

In an email to InterAKTV, FIFA confirmed that it withdrew consideration for the game after learning that referees who officiated the game were not recognized by the world governing body.

“Indeed, not all four referees were from FIFA which is a must for an official A-match,” FIFA wrote in an email Tuesday night.

At the 66th minute, the match turned ugly after players from both sides engaged in a heated encounter, delaying the match for almost five minutes. One Laos player was caught in camera punching Azkals sub Misagh Bahadoran, but the referees curiously slapped a red card on the Filipino midfielder. Goalkeeper Neil Etheridge also got collared by three Laos players, who all appeared to not receive any sanctions.

Despite the length of delay the incident caused, referees also only added three minutes of extra time in the match, dimming the comeback chances for the Azkals after defender Rob Gier scored in the 92nd minute.

Earlier, Azkals manager Dan Palami apologized for the heated affair, where the Azkals got the wrong end of the exchange. “We truly regret and apologize for this incident,” he said.

The Laos game was the last leg of the Azkals’ three-nation Southeast Asian tour. They settled for a draw against Cambodia last Wednesday and scored a 2-0 victory over Singapore last Friday. The matches are part of their preparations for the 2012 ASEAN Football Federation Suzuki Cup in November, where they look to surpass their semifinal finish in the same tournament two years ago.


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FIFA: Azkals loss to Laos invalid

The Philippine national men’s football team’s heated match against Laos Monday night turned out to be not an official international friendly match after all, which means that the Azkals’ 2-1 loss would have no effect on their world rankings.

In an email to InterAKTV, FIFA confirmed that it withdrew consideration for the game after learning that referees who officiated the game were not recognized by the world governing body.

“Indeed, not all four referees were from FIFA which is a must for an official A-match,” FIFA wrote in an email Tuesday night.

At the 66th minute, the match turned ugly after players from both sides engaged in a heated encounter, delaying the match for almost five minutes. One Laos player was caught in camera punching Azkals sub Misagh Bahadoran, but the referees curiously slapped a red card on the Filipino midfielder. Goalkeeper Neil Etheridge also got collared by three Laos players, who all appeared to not receive any sanctions.

Despite the length of delay the incident caused, referees also only added three minutes of extra time in the match, dimming the comeback chances for the Azkals after defender Rob Gier scored in the 92nd minute.

Earlier, Azkals manager Dan Palami apologized for the heated affair, where the Azkals got the wrong end of the exchange. “We truly regret and apologize for this incident,” he said.

The Laos game was the last leg of the Azkals’ three-nation Southeast Asian tour. They settled for a draw against Cambodia last Wednesday and scored a 2-0 victory over Singapore last Friday. The matches are part of their preparations for the 2012 ASEAN Football Federation Suzuki Cup in November, where they look to surpass their semifinal finish in the same tournament two years ago.


luto talaga yun eh..

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2012 5:17 pm 
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...basketball is our past time. will never die :bravo:


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:11 pm 
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Hopefully Philippine Football will also improve a lot.
At least hindi lang basketball ang pinapanood natin.
Pwedeng pwede din naman mag-coexist ang mga sport na to.
Basta matanggal lang yung mga CRAB or tanggalin ang CRAB mentality

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 8:20 am 
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Hopefully Philippine Football will also improve a lot.
At least hindi lang basketball ang pinapanood natin.
Pwedeng pwede din naman mag-coexist ang mga sport na to.
Basta matanggal lang yung mga CRAB or tanggalin ang CRAB mentality



sobrang IMPROVEMENT na nga brother.
with the UFL going primetime this coming season, FOOTBALL will even more shine here in our country.

juice ko, di naman dapat nating banggitin ang word na CO-EXIST eh, basta kahit anong SPORTS yan ke sipa, ke piko, ke chinese garter pa yan basta suot nila sa uniporme ang bandila at salitang PILIPINAS, abay dapat suportahan natin mga yan.

sana lang paki close na thread na to, PLEASE lang po MODS.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 11:21 am 
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WILLIAM REGAL wrote:
jolz wrote:
Hopefully Philippine Football will also improve a lot.
At least hindi lang basketball ang pinapanood natin.
Pwedeng pwede din naman mag-coexist ang mga sport na to.
Basta matanggal lang yung mga CRAB or tanggalin ang CRAB mentality



sobrang IMPROVEMENT na nga brother.
with the UFL going primetime this coming season, FOOTBALL will even more shine here in our country.

juice ko, di naman dapat nating banggitin ang word na CO-EXIST eh, basta kahit anong SPORTS yan ke sipa, ke piko, ke chinese garter pa yan basta suot nila sa uniporme ang bandila at salitang PILIPINAS, abay dapat suportahan natin mga yan.

sana lang paki close na thread na to, PLEASE lang po MODS.

:D


Well said bro.


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 25, 2012 6:49 pm 
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I hope the Azkals continue to rise in popularity, I think we are more physically adept at competing in soccer than in basketball. Height is something you can't teach.

That said, basketball will always be a major part of Filipino culture. Nothing will be able to supercede the Ateneo-La Salle games, plus the NBA is so pervasive, a kid watching Basketball TV will more likely want to be Lebron James when he grows up than Phil Yonghusband.

It would take a Pele-level player to make football the sport to play in the Philippines, just as Pacquiao did for boxing.

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I say both sport can co-exist.. Di pwedeng mamatay ang basketball. Halos every baranggay meron court e. Favorite project kaya yan ng mga politician aside sa waiting shed. Hehehe!



Hahaha. It is not as if they are just doing the public a favor. It is public funds they are using and should be using for the benefit of their constituents.

Only in the Philippines! - Pippered :D


Masyado daw malaki ang football field sa isang baranggay sabi ni "BOTO NYO KO" kaya basketball court lang. Hahaha!

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 02, 2013 2:08 am 
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asian_sensation wrote:
I hope the Azkals continue to rise in popularity, I think we are more physically adept at competing in soccer than in basketball. Height is something you can't teach.

That said, basketball will always be a major part of Filipino culture. Nothing will be able to supercede the Ateneo-La Salle games, plus the NBA is so pervasive, a kid watching Basketball TV will more likely want to be Lebron James when he grows up than Phil Yonghusband.

It would take a Pele-level player to make football the sport to play in the Philippines, just as Pacquiao did for boxing.


ganyan ba kasikat si Lebron sa Pinas?

trans: expect to learn a lot about traveling. 8)

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 02, 2013 2:41 am 
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WILLIAM REGAL wrote:
jolz wrote:
Hopefully Philippine Football will also improve a lot.
At least hindi lang basketball ang pinapanood natin.
Pwedeng pwede din naman mag-coexist ang mga sport na to.
Basta matanggal lang yung mga CRAB or tanggalin ang CRAB mentality



sobrang IMPROVEMENT na nga brother.
with the UFL going primetime this coming season, FOOTBALL will even more shine here in our country.

juice ko, di naman dapat nating banggitin ang word na CO-EXIST eh, basta kahit anong SPORTS yan ke sipa, ke piko, ke chinese garter pa yan basta suot nila sa uniporme ang bandila at salitang PILIPINAS, abay dapat suportahan natin mga yan.

sana lang paki close na thread na to, PLEASE lang po MODS.

:D

+1.
Although l have serious considerations dun sa Chinese garter.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 02, 2013 8:52 am 
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...basketball is our past time. will never die :bravo:



huli ka balbon!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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