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PostPosted: Sun Sep 01, 2013 10:00 am 
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He pretty much nailed it. Everything starts with the kids. They need to play football from the start. Forget basketball.



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PostPosted: Sun Sep 01, 2013 10:54 am 
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I think it would be good if some of our sports heroes like Pacquiao would be part of a group to spearhead the grassroots development program of football in the Philippines instead of investing his money in a Canadian inventor who many here thinks is a sham.

Just to know that Pacquiao playing football as a part of his physical conditioning when not preparing for a fight is a good start.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 01, 2013 11:53 am 
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Ok :D

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 01, 2013 5:14 pm 
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Grassroot programs naman talaga if want to improve football here sa pinas.

If you have a son, buy him some toys and hope he picks balls. Then see what he does with the ball... he may kick it, dribble it or spike it.... that's a good sign your son will be involved in sports.... problem is when he picks barbie doll, vice ganda in the making na yan for sure.... hehe


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darwin_weener wrote:
Grassroot programs naman talaga if want to improve football here sa pinas.

If you have a son, buy him some toys and hope he picks balls. Then see what he does with the ball... he may kick it, dribble it or spike it.... that's a good sign your son will be involved in sports.... problem is when he picks barbie doll, vice ganda in the making na yan for sure.... hehe


Hehehe. Yun lang..

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Im guessing we didnt have any Italian translator for this thats why he had to speak in Spanish?

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 01, 2013 5:58 pm 
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Akklaim1 wrote:
He pretty much nailed it. Everything starts with the kids. They need to play football from the start. Forget basketball.


We already have one.

http://www.pagcor.ph/press-releases/pagcor-funded-kasibulan-football-project-attracts-nearly-60000-kids.php

"A grassroots development program, the KASIBULAN PROJECT aims to discover and develop potential football talents from the grassroots level through a seven-year development plan (2012 to 2019). It targets Filipino football enthusiasts aged 6 to 12 years old, and the ultimate goal is for the Philippines to qualify for the FIFA Under17 Cup 2019."



Akklaim1 wrote:
He pretty much nailed it. Everything starts with the kids. They need to play football from the start. Forget basketball.


Is there really a need for this comment?


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 01, 2013 6:05 pm 
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darwin_weener wrote:
Grassroot programs naman talaga if want to improve football here sa pinas.

If you have a son, buy him some toys and hope he picks balls. Then see what he does with the ball... he may kick it, dribble it or spike it.... that's a good sign your son will be involved in sports.... problem is when he picks barbie doll, vice ganda in the making na yan for sure.... hehe

If you have a son, enroll him in don bosco schools. They have the best football program in the country. Mr. canavaro said he only saw basketball courts in the schools. He should've visited a don bosco school. It should have at least one. Of course , don bosco was italian.
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unfortunately, don bosco, like any exclusive school is also infested with gays. Unless properly guided and mentored, there's a bigger chance of Junior turning into Juniora instead of developing football skills.

Anyway, forget football, basketball is where we should concentrate our efforts on. sucker's boring, basketball is on the revival road, and people who can't play it, well, they need to learn how to play it.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 02, 2013 6:07 am 
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ZappakeR wrote:
unfortunately, don bosco, like any exclusive school is also infested with gays. Unless properly guided and mentored, there's a bigger chance of Junior turning into Juniora instead of developing football skills.

Anyway, forget football, basketball is where we should concentrate our efforts on. sucker's boring, basketball is on the revival road, and people who can't play it, well, they need to learn how to play it.


You can't teach size. 6'5" Filipino players are trained to play center. Yeah, that screams world class.

Football is the right sport for Pinoys.


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darwin_weener wrote:
Grassroot programs naman talaga if want to improve football here sa pinas.

If you have a son, buy him some toys and hope he picks balls. Then see what he does with the ball... he may kick it, dribble it or spike it.... that's a good sign your son will be involved in sports.... problem is when he picks barbie doll, vice ganda in the making na yan for sure.... hehe

If you have a son, enroll him in don bosco schools. They have the best football program in the country. Mr. canavaro said he only saw basketball courts in the schools. He should've visited a don bosco school. It should have at least one. Of course , don bosco was italian.
:lol: :lol: :lol:



Don Bosco is a private institution. Right now, football is considered an upper middle class sport in the Philippines. That needs to change. It needs to be for everyone. What Fabio meant was that he went to public schools.


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Akklaim1 wrote:
He pretty much nailed it. Everything starts with the kids. They need to play football from the start. Forget basketball.




ok na sana eh! again, why take a swipe at basketball here in our country?


jestoni marikit, PASOK! :D

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WILLIAM REGAL wrote:
Akklaim1 wrote:
He pretty much nailed it. Everything starts with the kids. They need to play football from the start. Forget basketball.




ok na sana eh! again, why take a swipe at basketball here in our country?


jestoni marikit, PASOK! :D



Yes Filipinos should forget BASKETBALL even if it is winning INTERNATIONALLY. 8)

I mean the element of CHAMBA has always been there.


But wait, as I have researched PHILIPPINE FOOTBALL is OLDER than PHILIPPINE BASKETBALL. 8)




But anyways, PINOYS aren't good in any BALL games. They should just stick to swimming 8)

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jestoni marikit wrote:
WILLIAM REGAL wrote:
Akklaim1 wrote:
He pretty much nailed it. Everything starts with the kids. They need to play football from the start. Forget basketball.




ok na sana eh! again, why take a swipe at basketball here in our country?


jestoni marikit, PASOK! :D

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Yes Filipinos should forget BASKETBALL even if it is winning INTERNATIONALLY. 8)

I mean the element of CHAMBA has always been there.


But wait, as I have researched PHILIPPINE FOOTBALL is OLDER than PHILIPPINE BASKETBALL.
8)




But anyways, PINOYS aren't good in any BALL games. They should just stick to swimming 8)


in your research, what was our biggest achievement/s in football? care to share pretty boy? 8)

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jestoni marikit wrote:
WILLIAM REGAL wrote:
Akklaim1 wrote:
He pretty much nailed it. Everything starts with the kids. They need to play football from the start. Forget basketball.




ok na sana eh! again, why take a swipe at basketball here in our country?


jestoni marikit, PASOK! :D


viewtopic.php?f=107&t=238949

WILLIAM REGAL wrote:
Yes Filipinos should forget BASKETBALL even if it is winning INTERNATIONALLY. 8)

I mean the element of CHAMBA has always been there.


But wait, as I have researched PHILIPPINE FOOTBALL is OLDER than PHILIPPINE BASKETBALL.
8)




But anyways, PINOYS aren't good in any BALL games. They should just stick to swimming 8)


in your research, what was our biggest achievement/s in football? care to share pretty boy? 8)



Yes, according to wikipedia:

Major Tournaments

Phil Football:




Phil Basketball:
ASIAN GAMES Apperances = 16 (Gold=4, Silver=1 , Bronze=2)
FIBA Asia Apperances = 25 (Gold=5, Silver=3 , Bronze=1)
FIBA World Championship Apperances = 4 (Bronze=1)
Olympic Appearances = 7
SEA Games Appearances = 16 (Gold=15, Silver=1)
SEABA Apperances = 7 (Gold=6, Silver=1)



What the????

But still, I don't think basketball is for Pinoys!!! 8)

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