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PostPosted: Mon Sep 02, 2013 9:23 am 
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Football fans should not be so insecure :(


Brazil is a major force in both Football and Basketball.



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PostPosted: Mon Sep 02, 2013 9:26 am 
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miron_lang wrote:
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Football fans should not be so insecure :(


Brazil is a major force in both Football and Basketball.



Go Football!


Brazil has a good Sports Program. Just like Spain.

They are highly ranked in both FOOTBALL and BASKETBALL 8)

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 02, 2013 9:32 am 
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jestoni marikit wrote:
WILLIAM REGAL wrote:
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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:
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)


jestoni marikit wrote:


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)


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)


are you kidding me or something? i clearly stated what was OUR biggest achievement/s in FOOTBALL not BASKETBALL.

why there is no entry on your research for FOOTBALL? :shock:

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 02, 2013 9:34 am 
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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.


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jestoni marikit wrote:

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)




Someone already answered it, nuff said!!!! :D

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 02, 2013 9:35 am 
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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)


jestoni marikit wrote:


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)


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)


WILLIAM REGAL wrote:
are you kidding me or something? i clearly stated what was OUR biggest achievement/s in FOOTBALL not BASKETBALL.

why there is no entry on your research for FOOTBALL? :shock:



baka ang ibig sabihin pre, wala syang nahanap na kahit ano :lol: :lol: :lol:

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baka ang ibig sabihin pre, wala syang nahanap na kahit ano :lol: :lol: :lol:


if that so, why the hate on basketball by some of our peers here?
kung itlog as in wala pa pala napapatunayan sa international competition ang football natin?

the nerve of these people, may masabi lang. :D

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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

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Akklaim1 wrote:
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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.


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.



sino nagsabi nyan? tatagpasin ko ang kuko!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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There aren't many tall Pinoys out there. Maybe Cannavaro wanted to emphasize that grassroots program for football is best for Pinoy and not basketball. He maybe stated this after strolling in some malls finding not so tall people rooming around. :lol:

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Kidding aside..... basketball and football or other sports can really co-exist naman in a nation, just like what was mentioned above like Brazil, Mexico, Spain, Germany, argentina etc...... we don't need to bash basketball over football and vice versa.....

What I like about football, which just got my interest for couple of years pa lang, height is not that important compared to basketball. 10 years ago, sobrang boring tingin ko sa football, naiinis ako pag yun palabas sa espn or star sports.... but now mas interested ako sa football.

Just to share also, I just recently talked to a person who's working sa Madrid and he's been there for 5 years na. Before he left pinas, basketball fanatic sya. But he was amazed about popularity of football there. Football superstar are paid big time. For our country, dapat talaga ma-increase din interest sa grass roots. More sponsors na din so we can produce more caligdong..... I remember reading an article about caligdong, might migrate to US together with his family because his wife is a nurse there. He will sacrifice football...... and Messi, I think he's just 5'6 in height, but with great football skills.....


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sana nga.


magcreate ng U12, U15, U18 na mga liga para maka discover at mas dumami pa ang maging mas mahilig sa Football.


Nung bata ako naglalaro ako nyan sa GAUF. Dela Lasalle Araneta ngayon dyan tanaw sa North super high way.

anlayo ng nilalakad namin para makalaro :D

later nag tayo na lang kami ng basketball court sa kalsada ayun sa basketball kami nahilig.


dapat talaga merong annual na liga.

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jolz wrote:
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

:lol: :lol: :lol:


dalawa lang pupuntahan nyan...kung hindi FootBall eh.....

















FootSpa ang aatupagin nyan... :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 02, 2013 6:52 pm 
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miron_lang wrote:
sana nga.


magcreate ng U12, U15, U18 na mga liga para maka discover at mas dumami pa ang maging mas mahilig sa Football.


Nung bata ako naglalaro ako nyan sa GAUF. Dela Lasalle Araneta ngayon dyan tanaw sa North super high way.

anlayo ng nilalakad namin para makalaro :D

later nag tayo na lang kami ng basketball court sa kalsada ayun sa basketball kami nahilig.


dapat talaga merong annual na liga.


Yan ang reason malakas tayo sa basketball. Ligas all over down to the barangay level.
When we talk of grassroots development, that is what we mean. An avenue for kids/adolescents to hone their skills and season them for competition.

Yan ang problem ng ating football scene. We get 23 year old players with the same playing experience as that of a 15 year old English/South American player.

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darren_simion wrote:
miron_lang wrote:
sana nga.


magcreate ng U12, U15, U18 na mga liga para maka discover at mas dumami pa ang maging mas mahilig sa Football.


Nung bata ako naglalaro ako nyan sa GAUF. Dela Lasalle Araneta ngayon dyan tanaw sa North super high way.

anlayo ng nilalakad namin para makalaro :D

later nag tayo na lang kami ng basketball court sa kalsada ayun sa basketball kami nahilig.


dapat talaga merong annual na liga.


Yan ang reason malakas tayo sa basketball. Ligas all over down to the barangay level.
When we talk of grassroots development, that is what we mean. An avenue for kids/adolescents to hone their skills and season them for competition.

Yan ang problem ng ating football scene. We get 23 year old players with the same playing experience as that of a 15 year old English/South American player.

I believe a 15 and under selection from all don bosco schools in the country could compete with any South American 15 and under team. We used to have inter don bosco competition by year level from 1st year to 4th year high. I don't know if they still have them. we also competed in the Coke go for goals competition before.

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Yan ang reason malakas tayo sa basketball. Ligas all over down to the barangay level.
When we talk of grassroots development, that is what we mean. An avenue for kids/adolescents to hone their skills and season them for competition.

Yan ang problem ng ating football scene. We get 23 year old players with the same playing experience as that of a 15 year old English/South American player.


pag yumaman ako ng husto. mag tatayo ako ng Annual Football league na parang Jones Cup ng basketball.


Open/ Invitational

U18

U15


U12

U9


yan limang division.... taon taon yan tapos eto premyo + trohy and medals


Open : $1,000,000.00

U18 : $500,000.00

U15 : $ 250,000.00

U12 : $ 100,000.00

U9 : $ 50,000.00



Yan ang vision ko. kaya ipanalangin nyo na yumaman ako ng husto :D

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