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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 6:48 pm 
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e_bungubung wrote:
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Wud be more fun if azcal team members are purebreds instead of halfcooks! Hahaha! Look at pacquiao, 100% filipino hence more filipinos love him. Them fil-watevers appear live on the tube and its like any normal day, chores run as usual.


Sabi ko na nga ba, may susulpot na ganitong mga hung hang sa thread na to.

Do you even know how a pure Filipino looks like? Ikaw, pure pinoy ka? :lol: :lol:

Eto yung pure breed na gusto mong mag laro?

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Hahaha! When was that pix taken? Bet theyre ur grampa and grandma!


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And if that pix is ur standard of a pure filipino, then uv been living a hermit! Hahaha. Welcome to the modern world! Hahaha. Im an indigineous btw and proud to be one from up high in the mountain ranges!


Okey bro. I am really amazed to know that there is still a pure filipino. Continue with your breed and please keep it pure. I hope you will also marry a pure filipina. Good luck sa pag hahanap. :D

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 7:21 pm 
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Sabi ko na nga ba, may susulpot na ganitong mga hung hang sa thread na to.

Do you even know how a pure Filipino looks like? Ikaw, pure pinoy ka? :lol: :lol:

Eto yung pure breed na gusto mong mag laro?

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Hahaha! When was that pix taken? Bet theyre ur grampa and grandma![/quote]

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And if that pix is ur standard of a pure filipino, then uv been living a hermit! Hahaha. Welcome to the modern world! Hahaha. Im an indigineous btw and proud to be one from up high in the mountain ranges!


Okey bro. I am really amazed to know that there is still a pure filipino. Continue with your breed and please keep it pure. I hope you will also marry a pure filipina. Good luck sa pag hahanap. :D[/quote]

Very well then amigo! Ill keep note of ur advise and hunt as many purebred filipinas as my alphamale machismo can afford me! Hahahaha

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 7:40 pm 
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e_bungubung wrote:
Wud be more fun if azcal team members are purebreds instead of halfcooks! Hahaha! Look at pacquiao, 100% filipino hence more filipinos love him. Them fil-watevers appear live on the tube and its like any normal day, chores run as usual.


yung mga ibang nations din naman pards mga mixed na rin, wala naman masama doon, basta may dugong pinoy oks lang yan.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 8:40 pm 
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That's what you get from importing fil-shams who only know ramp modelling and being an endorser for a dandruff shampoo.. :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 8:55 pm 
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UAE is one of the powerhouse in Asia regarding football. They are pro and Azkals are newbies. Try Philippines vs UAE in Basketball and Billiards :)))


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 8:58 pm 
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That's what you get from importing fil-shams who only know ramp modelling and being an endorser for a dandruff shampoo.. :lol:


I bet you are the type who sees negativity in everything. I pity you because whatever you post here is reflective of your miserable life. Kawawa ka naman, brad.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 9:08 pm 
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Battle wrote:
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That's what you get from importing fil-shams who only know ramp modelling and being an endorser for a dandruff shampoo.. :lol:


I bet you are the type who sees negativity in everything. I pity you because whatever you post here is reflective of your miserable life. Kawawa ka naman, brad.


e ano ngayon sayo ogag---- :finger:


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 9:10 pm 
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is the team vying for a world cup slot? hahahahaha dream on.... :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 9:14 pm 
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studstar wrote:
e_bungubung wrote:
Wud be more fun if azcal team members are purebreds instead of halfcooks! Hahaha! Look at pacquiao, 100% filipino hence more filipinos love him. Them fil-watevers appear live on the tube and its like any normal day, chores run as usual.


yung mga ibang nations din naman pards mga mixed na rin, wala naman masama doon, basta may dugong pinoy oks lang yan.


Right on amigo. What i mean lng is that why force to be in a sport that we filipinos are not organically meant to be. 90% ata of team azcal has foreign sounding names. Look at it, appreciation of fushbol as a national sport hasnt really gained solid ground like boxing and other contact sports because we cant compete our own on an international level thats why we have to import half breeds with caucasian physiques. Locally amongst filipinos, say as a college league, pwede pa.

Better yet, sumali na lng ung countable few gud players sa mga international franchise leagues. Mas makikilala pa rather than carry a filipino team only to be crushed by them foreign teams who eat, breathe sleep fushbol! Hahaha

Just my one centavo! :D

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e_bungubung wrote:
studstar wrote:
e_bungubung wrote:
Wud be more fun if azcal team members are purebreds instead of halfcooks! Hahaha! Look at pacquiao, 100% filipino hence more filipinos love him. Them fil-watevers appear live on the tube and its like any normal day, chores run as usual.


yung mga ibang nations din naman pards mga mixed na rin, wala naman masama doon, basta may dugong pinoy oks lang yan.


Right on amigo. What i mean lng is that why force to be in a sport that we filipinos are not organically meant to be. 90% ata of team azcal has foreign sounding names. Look at it, appreciation of fushbol as a national sport hasnt really gained solid ground like boxing and other contact sports because we cant compete our own on an international level thats why we have to import half breeds with caucasian physiques. Locally amongst filipinos, say as a college league, pwede pa.

Better yet, sumali na lng ung countable few gud players sa mga international franchise leagues. Mas makikilala pa rather than carry a filipino team only to be crushed by them foreign teams who eat, breathe and sleep fushbol! Hahaha

Just my one centavo! :D

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blackwater1 wrote:
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That's what you get from importing fil-shams who only know ramp modelling and being an endorser for a dandruff shampoo.. :lol:


I bet you are the type who sees negativity in everything. I pity you because whatever you post here is reflective of your miserable life. Kawawa ka naman, brad.


e ano ngayon sayo ogag---- :finger:


E mas eto ang sayo GA-GO! :finger: :finger: :finger:

Pangatawanan mo pagiging GA-GO mo. :biglaugh:

Gusto ko happy ka :finger: :biglaugh:

That's what you get when you shove a Meralco post up your arse. Kunsabagay dyan ka masaya. :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 10:01 pm 
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Mr. Palami created the azkals out of rejects from many European teams who are bench models...No wonder they are better as ramp models than real football players... :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 10:03 pm 
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Lol. Happy losing in a competitive match where your reputation is on the
line and where you spent money, time, and effort practicing your skills?

Bollocks. Just go back to the drawing board, plug the holes, and do what
needs to get done. Wala ng emote-emote pa. Oh, I forgot, it's an article
from a "passionate" fan.

Well, to each his own coping mechanism and rationalization to lessen the
pain felt. If you can delude yourself as happy, carry on.

It'll get better, Bob Guerrero.


WILLIAM REGAL wrote:
Why I’m happy with the Azkals’ 4-0 loss to UAE

By Bob Guerrero | The Passionate Fan – Sun, Nov 10, 2013 2:55 AM PHT


We were courageous to even arrange this match. Kudos to Dan Palami and the Azkals management for having the guts to face UAE. The home side on Saturday night was 66 places above us on the world rankings, and it showed. But in taking on the challenge we proved that we value long-term development over short term victories. Playing teams like Chinese Taipei and Pakistan is good for morale and fine to build confidence. But meeting sides like UAE is what drives us to be better.

I'll say it again: there is no shame in this loss. This is a team from a mature Footballing nation with lots of resources. There must be tens thousands of Emirati kids who receive quality training and play lots of competitive matches on superb facilities feeding a highly competitive (and lucrative) pro league. Our system simply pales in comparison, even with the insertion of the overseas-born Filipinos.

We need to be patient in our Footballing journey towards the level of the UAE, and that patience should be measured not in years, but maybe decades.

We are very lucky to have Ed Sacapaño. The Army man on loan to Global proved his worth once again with, how many? Six saves? In my opinion he played as well as he did against Singapore last year in Cebu. His quick reactions prevented an embarrassing scoreline against a defense that was under pressure almost from the opening whistle.

Sacapaño makes up for his small stature with sound positioning and a calm borne of years in National team duty. He faced up to the fusillade of attempts with honor. None of the goals were his fault.

I was hoping Patrick Deyto could get some playing time but I understand coach Weiss leaving Ed in to finish the game. It's just unfortunate that I can't see Deyto getting any minutes against India unless there is an injury or a big rout.


I loved the spirit Pinoy fans in the stadium
. They came out in droves, cooked up a great Mexican wave, and egged the crowd on with shouts of “Go Azkals” as the second half got underway.

Two years ago the Philippines played Singapore in a friendly, a 2-0 loss, and one of my friends Kaye Sumanga-Mapa was in the stands. I won't forget what Kaye, who lives in Singapore, said after watching the match with other Filipino friends.

“It was great to sing the national anthem again.”

The Lupang Hinirang is something we Filipinos living here take for granted. But not for the millions of OFWs who toil abroad. It's a symbol of national pride that these heroes don't get to sing nearly as often as they'd like. The game gives them an outlet.

The Philippines lost on the pitch but won big time in the stands. We should keep on going back to the Middle East to give our countrymen and countrywomen moments where they can express their patriotism.

I thoroughly enjoyed watching UAE. Their slick passing sequences were a delight, and the cultured little flicks and feints scattered all throughout the match were a treat. My Man of the Match goes to Omar Abdulrahman, who was everywhere causing problems. The best goal was Ismail Matar's second-half piledriver to make it 3-0 off a sublime first touch. I love the Azkals, but I love Football too, and I like seeing it played well.

This isn't just any Gulf team, it's the champion team of the Gulf. Any ASEAN side, including Thailand, would struggle against them.


However, our team is aging.
Weiss went with the veteran duo of Rob Gier and Juani Guirado in central defense, with Ray Jonsson at right back. In front of the line was Jerry Lucena, and in the back was Ed Sacapaño. All are at least 32 years old. Starter Chris Greatwich is 30, and Chieffy Caligdong, who came on as a sub, is 31.

The fourth goal by Ali Mabkhout was a result of a breakdown in the right side of the defense. The boys probably succumbed to the fatigue of coping with a team that peppered our goal with 29 attempts, 11 on target.

I cannot blame the coach for going with his old reliables against such a potent squad. But young blood badly needs to be injected into the squad. We simply cannot play these guys forever.

My suggestion: arrange a few friendlies next year (perhaps after the Challenge Cup, ideally even before) with teams near our level or a bit below, and start the up-and-coming Azkals like Jerry Barbaso, Amani Aguinaldo, Boiboi Fernandez, Marwin Angeles, Mark Hartmann and others. It's the only way to move forward and give them international exposure. (Especially with the SEA Games participation nixed by the geniuses of the POC.)

The team also desperately needs youth in central defense. The net should be cast wide over the diaspora in Europe and the United States.

There were things bigger than Football on display at the game. While the Azkals offered a moment of silence for Yolanda victims, the UAE organizers offered the proceeds of the match to Down Syndrome awareness. Several folks afflicted with the disorder took to the field with both teams. Football is a beautiful game not just because of its esthetics, but also because it emphasizes our humanity in so many ways


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nice article BOB GUERERO a.k.a. the PASSIONATE fan.. any other guys here HAPPY with the 4-0 loss? kindly put your name on the list.. :D


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 10:06 pm 
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blackwater1 wrote:
Mr. Palami created the azkals out of rejects from many European teams who are bench models...No wonder they are better as ramp models than real football players... :lol:


Lumalabas na naman ang pagkabading mo brad. :biglaugh:

Wag masyado pipilantik ang mga daliri. :lol:


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