question?does our nation have enough football fields where everybody can play and honed their skills?
di tulad nang basketball na bawat kanto ay may basketball court at kahit kalye ay ginagawang B-court.
next question?what if the Askalz failed and didnt qualify in the FIFA 2014? Ano pang international Football event ang pwedeng salihan nang Philippines team?Kung talagang ang Pinas ay isa nang Football Nation,meron na bang mga premiere leagues,Champion leagues,Bundesliga and etc?MEron na bang ganito sa Pinas?Baka naman ngayon lang yan kse nasa limelight pa ang Askalz at marami pa rin ang umaasa na makakapasok ang Azkals,kumbaga ay bilog ang bola.
lastly,san ba pwede mag bet online?walang Philippines versus Kuwait sa mga pinupuntahan kong online betting like Bet-at-Home and Bwin.com.
Why do you have compare the Philippines to what you have there in your place in Europe.
Of course, we're not there yet as to the number of tournaments or competitions that your country
has. What I am referring to is the unimaginable interest generated by the Azkals on the psyche of the
Filipinos as far as the sport of football is concerned. We have never experienced this before. Ang sabi nila,
noong araw kailangang bayaran pa ang mga Pinoys para manood ng football games, ngayon kusa silang magbabayad
para manood ng game na ito. If the Askalz fail or lose, football is still here to stay and there is no turning back.
More and more young Filipinos have taken interests in the sport. Their eyes have been opened that there is another
sport that suits their temperament. With more and more sponsors now eyeing the Azkals to endorse their products,
I think football will become more popular than basketball, not to mention the dwindling attendance
in the PBA games. It will be, if not already is the national sport of Filipinos.