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Volleyball’s ‘Golden Boy’ tasked to oversee national team
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Anthony “Tonyboy’’ Liao’s crowning achievement so far was his involvement in the country’s lone volleyball gold medal in the Southeast Asian Games.He’ll get another chance to add to that. The manager of the 1993 women’s squad that topped the regional meet, Liao was named chair of the national team department of the Philippine National Volleyball Federation Inc. (PNVFI) on Wednesday. “It’s a privilege to head the department and I know that the task is challenging, but I promise to do my best,’’ said Liao, who is still in the United States and joined the PNVFI’s first board meeting online. “I will immediately form my team and discuss the criteria for the selection of the players and the coaching staff,’’ added Liao, who will have Ormoc City Mayor Richard Gomez, a former national team member, as his secretary. The appointment was formalized by PNVFI president Ramon “Tats” Suzara. “He has a vast experience in managing teams and players and is highly-versed on volleyball rules,’’ said Suzara Also appointed were Richard Palou (deputy secretary general for international affairs), Roger Banzuela (deputy secretary general for member relations), Carmela Gamboa (events council) and Jerry Yee (technical and coaches). Robert Calo (refereeing and rules), Karl Geoffrey Chan II (development), Donald Caringal (marketing), Rosario Soriano (beach volleyball), Benson Bocboc (volleyball information system), Dr. Jose Raul Canlas (medical), Rodrigo Roque (finance) and Fr. Victor Calvo (legal and ethics) were likewise named. Alyssa Valdez will head the athletes commission with members Abigail Marano, Dennise Lazaro and Johnvic de Guzman. Their appointments were made during the first board meeting of the new volleyball federation, on the same day that the federation’s officers were inducted on Wednesday by Philippine Olympic Committee president Abraham Tolentino at The Vault in Bonifacio Global City in Taguig. Liao, who managed the varsity volleyball programs of both Ateneo and La Salle, has been tasked to head the most sensitive position in the newly-formed local governing body for the sport. Meanwhile, Suzara said he hopes to acquire the services of a foreign coach to help speed up volleyball’s development here. “The best national teams in Asia are open to foreign coaches. Now, we have to open our doors to foreign coaches, too,’’ said Suzara, whose primary target is a Brazilian coach. “I want a Brazilian head coach for the next two years. The transfer of their knowledge to our national team will be very good. We will definitely learn a lot,’’ said Suzara. And why not? Brazil has captured three gold medals at the Olympic Games, won the world championships thrice and was crowned champion of the world league nine times. Read Next Don't miss out on the latest news and information. Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000. For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.
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GAB helping Pacquiao regain ‘super’ WBA status
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Stripped of his World Boxing Association (WBA) title, Sen. Manny Pacquiao got a helping hand from the Games and Amusements Board (GAB) in his bid to reclaim the belt he won against Keith Thurman. GAB chair Abraham “Baham’’ Mitra made the appeal to WBA president Gilberto Jesus Mendoza with a two-page letter asking for the restoration of Pacquiao’s welterweight championship belt. “GAB is mandated by law to champion the rights of every Filipino professional boxer at all times. That is why we are appealing to the WBA to reconsider its decision,’’ said Mitra. The WBA decided to remove Pacquiao’s title and was instead named “champion in recess’’ due to the inactivity of the Filipino boxing icon in the ring. Cuban boxer Yordenis Ugas replaced the eight-division world boxing champ as the current WBA welterweight “super” champion. Pacquiao defeated Thurman via split decision on July 20, 2019, at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, to become the oldest welterweight to win a major title in boxing history at 40 years old. Mandated by law to regulate and supervise professional boxing in the country, the GAB stepped in and requested the WBA to throw light on the issue of revoking the title of Pacquiao. “We are studying the WBA Rules and we want to assist our good senator who may have to fight next,’’ said Mitra. “Also, we want to know from our partners in the WBA what particular documentation that we must have to comply with as WBA requirements to regain the WBA belt, in case our Pinoy boxing champ opts to,’’ added Mitra. Read Next Don't miss out on the latest news and information. Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000. For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.
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Pagdanganan ดึงดูดความสนใจไปที่การแข่งขันกีฬาโอลิมปิกที่โตเกียว
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ปัจจุบัน Bianca Pagdanganan อยู่ในอันดับที่ 41 ของโลกและตั๋วเดินทางไปโตเกียวได้รับการการันตีจากชายและหญิง 60 อันดับแรก - MARIANNE BERMUDEZ Bianca Pagdanganan กลับไปที่สหรัฐอเมริกาในวันอาทิตย์เพื่อไม่เพียง แต่เปิดตัวแคมเปญ LPGA ของเธออีกครั้ง แต่ยังก้าวขึ้นสู่จุดสูงสุดของโลกและคว้าตำแหน่งในโอลิมปิกที่โตเกียวในเดือนกรกฎาคม "นั่นคือเป้าหมายของฉัน" Pagdanganan กล่าวในขณะที่เขาสังเกตเห็น "โอกาสที่ยิ่งใหญ่ที่สุด" ในเกมสี่ปีของเขา Pagdanganan วัย 23 ปีอยู่ในอันดับที่ 41 ของโลกด้วยการเปิดตัวที่แข็งแกร่งที่ปรากฏตัวใน LPGA มิราเคิลยูกะซาโซวัย 19 ปีของญี่ปุ่นอยู่ในอันดับที่ 21 และได้ล็อกสล็อตแรกของฟิลิปปินส์โดยชายและหญิง 60 อันดับแรกชนะสล็อต เกมดังกล่าวซึ่งเลื่อนออกไปเป็นเวลาหนึ่งปีดูเหมือนจะเป็นประโยชน์ต่อเอซสองคนของฟิลิปปินส์ซึ่งจะไม่มีโอกาสผ่านเข้ารอบหากสงครามเกิดขึ้นเมื่อเดือนกรกฎาคมที่ผ่านมาโดยไม่มีการแพร่ระบาดของไวรัสโคโรนา “ เป้าหมายของเธอคือการเล่นในโอลิมปิกมาโดยตลอด” คาริโต้บียาโรมานแชมป์โลก 3 สมัยโค้ชที่รับมือกับพัคดังกานันตั้งแต่เขาอายุ 11 ปีกล่าว "ทุกสิ่งที่เธอทำคือการเตรียมการสำหรับแคมเปญของเธอในการแข่งขันกีฬาโตเกียวที่กำลังจะมาถึง" เนื่องจากความยาวของเธอ LPGA.com จึงอธิบายว่า "อนาคตและการปฏิวัติวงการนักกอล์ฟหญิง" พัคดังนันใช้เวลาส่วนใหญ่ใน ประเทศนี้เป็นเกมสั้น ๆ ที่นำโดยบียาโรแมน "ฉันอยากเล่นในโอลิมปิกจริงๆนั่นคือเป้าหมายที่ยิ่งใหญ่และฉันต้องการบรรลุมันฉันต้องการเป็นตัวแทนของประเทศบนเวทีที่ใหญ่กว่านี้โอ้พระเจ้านั่นจะเป็นความสำเร็จที่ยิ่งใหญ่ ช่างเป็นเกียรติอย่างยิ่ง "เธอกล่าวทิ้งความรู้สึกว่าเธอมีทุกอย่างที่ต้องใช้ความพยายามเป็นครั้งสุดท้ายเพื่อให้บรรลุถึงความฝันนี้และอาจเป็นเพียงผู้ที่มอบเหรียญทองโอลิมปิกเหรียญแรกให้กับฟิลิปปินส์ INQ อ่านเพิ่มเติม Don อย่าพลาดข่าวสารและข้อมูลล่าสุด INQUIRER PLUS เพื่อเข้าถึงผู้อ้างสิทธิ์รายวันของฟิลิปปินส์และชื่ออื่น ๆ อีก 70+ ชื่อแชร์แกดเจ็ตได้สูงสุด 5 รายการรับฟังข่าวสารดาวน์โหลดเร็วที่สุด 4:00 น. และแบ่งปันบทความบนเครือข่ายสังคม . โทร 896 6000 ติดต่อเราสำหรับข้อเสนอแนะข้อร้องเรียนหรือคำถาม
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Riding saddle of unity, new volleyball chief unveils bold national team goals
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Long playing for rival leagues, Jaja Santiago (left) and Alyssa Valdez can now look forward to a synchronized national team calendar. —INQUIRER FILE PHOTOS The goal is ambitious: A competitive force in Asia and a Southeast Asian champion in two years. Time will tell how doable the target is, but at least, the Philippine National Volleyball Federation Inc. (PNVF) has a great start—the stars of the women’s scene are united in vowing to help the country achieve those lofty goals. “We see a bright future,” Charo Soriano, the Beach Volleyball Republic founder long associated with one side of the political fence that used to divide the sport, told the Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) Forum on Tuesday. “When we become inclusive it’s easier to grow. We will reach out to far-flung areas and extend the beauty of volleyball. This is just the first step. A lot of things need to be done.” The appearance of Soriano and other stars from rival leagues during the Forum certainly creates an aura of unity in a sport long wracked by division. And PNVF president Ramon “Tats’’ Suzara, riding on that wave of cooperation, is wasting no time to get things done. Suzara said the new federation would approve during its induction of officers and first board meeting on Wednesday a national team commission whose objective is to capture a gold medal in the Cambodia Southeast Asian (SEA) Games two years from now. Suzara is likewise targeting to bring both the men’s and women’s PH volley teams in the elite circle of the top eight national teams in the continent. “We have to craft a set of guidelines as well as follow a calendar of competitions,’’ said Suzara during the Forum. “In this calendar, there is a national team period which all countries are following. All national teams are focused from October to May while the leagues will be played from June to September,’’ added Suzara. The solidarity of once rival personalities has given Suzara the ability to wield a type of control no volleyball leader has brandished in recent memory. The new volleyball chief is now able to lay down the law for leagues to follow, averting a lack of preparation for international meets that has long weighed down national teams. “We’re happy that there are plans to help the growth of Philippine volleyball. This is just the beginning,” said Alyssa Valdez, long the face of the sport in the country and of the Premier Volleyball League, which will now have to toe the line, along with rival Philippine Superliga, whose two stalwarts, Aby Maraño and Jaja Santiago were also in the Forum. According to Suzara, a 25-man pool for each of the men’s and women’s squads will be formed to see action in at least four continental championships this year while beach volleyball will play in four to six tournaments overseas. They are also looking to compete in the coming Vietnam SEA Games near the end of the year, but Suzara bared that the goal is the gold medal in 2023 Cambodia. The last time the women’s volleyball team clinched the gold was in 1993 in Singapore. “We will have a seven-man board that will professionally run the national team,’’ Suzara said. INQ Read Next Don't miss out on the latest news and information. Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000. For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.
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New local volley body gets FIVB ok
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The Philippine National Volleyball Federation (PNVF) can now fully carry out all of its programs in the country after getting the blessing of the world-governing International Volleyball Federation (FIVB). One of those plans is to make volleyball a widely played sport, something which PNVF president Ramon “Tats” Suzara will do by using a federation-organized national league that will stake a national championship. “Now, our work begins to fulfill our singular commitment to all stakeholders. At PNVF, we serve volleyball,” said Suzara. Members of the FIVB unanimously voted for the affiliation of the PNVF late Sunday evening with a total of 155 national federations out of a possible 190 votes approving the FIVB recognition of the PNVF. Suzara and the top management of the PNVF have prepared a 10-point strategy they intend to immediately implement after getting the FIVB nod, including bringing world-class volleyball action to the country and providing more opportunities to the Filipino youth by strengthening the federation’s grassroots initiatives. It was through the efforts of Suzara that the Philippines witnessed the best women volleyball players in the world during the 1990s when he organized the FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix in Manila, where Brazilian Leila Barros won the hearts of Filipinos. Through the years, volleyball has gained prominence locally with collegiate players seeing action in two leagues—the Philippine Volleyball League and Philippine Super Liga—that simultaneously gave them fame and livelihood. “We now proudly banner the honor and the responsibility of being affiliated to both the international federation and the Asian Volleyball Federation,” said Suzara, who the Philippine Olympic Committee for helping unite the sport’ stakeholders of the sport. INQ Read Next Don't miss out on the latest news and information. Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000. For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.
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POC chief confident Tokyo Olympics will push through
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The Tokyo Olympics being canceled totally has never crossed the mind of Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) president Abraham “Bambol” Tolentino. In fact, the Tolentino wants to send a strong delegation to the quadrennial Games with the singular objective of winning the country’s first gold medal. “We only have one plan and that is to win a gold medal in the Olympics. There’s no Plan B,” said Tolentino. “Let’s not even think that it won’t push through.” Tolentino is convinced that there’s no better time for Filipino athletes to capture that elusive gold than in Tokyo where the probability of success is high. World champion gymnast Carlos Edriel Yulo and boxer Eumir Marcial can end the nation’s hunger for Olympic gold as well as Olympic silver medalist Hidilyn Diaz (weightlifting) and Asian pole vault champion EJ Obiena based on their previous performances. Lady pug Nesthy Petecio, once she makes it to the Games, can pull it off as well as reigning Asian Games skateboarding gold medalist Margielyn Didal. “I believe that we are in the best position to win that gold. This is our time,” said Tolentino, also the president of the Integrated Cycling Federation of the Philippines. The raging global COVID-19 health crisis, however, is threatening to tear this dream apart with host Japan extending its coronavirus state of emergency until March 7, four months prior to the Olympics set from July 23 to Aug. 8. Despite the extension of the measures to curb the spread of the virus, former Japan Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori, president of the Tokyo Olympics organizing committee, assured that the Games would proceed as scheduled. “I’m a positive person, The Olympics will happen, the IOC (International Olympic Committee) and the host country will make it happen,” said Tolentino, pointing out that stringent health protocols will be in place for the safety of the athletes. A cancellation of the Games would mean that Filipino athletes would have to wait for the 2024 Paris Games to end the country’s gold-medal drought. By that time, Diaz will already be 33 years old and Petecio, 32, while Marcial and Obiena will be 29. INQ Read Next Don't miss out on the latest news and information. Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000. For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.
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Yeng using coming Draft to ‘push reset button’ for Road Warriors
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Yeng Guiao: Time to rebuild. Coach Yeng Guiao is done crying over spilled milk if one will talk of NLEX again falling short in the PBA bubble last year. In fact, he has shifted to believing that failing to make the Philippine Cup playoffs has given him and his Road Warriors something to look forward to for the coming season. “This could be what we can say a blessing in disguise. In a very deep Draft, we were able to secure No. 3 and 4 picks,” Guiao, also the NLEX general manager, said in a virtual chat over breakfast on Sunday streamed via the team’s official Facebook page (fb.com/ArangkadaNLEX). “We feel (those picks) are going to make an impact in our team for the next seasons. Not just the [one] that is coming this April, but for the years to come,” he added. NLEX will be having back-to-back picks in the PBA Rookie Draft slated next month, owing to their 9th-place finish in the last Philippine Cup, along with a three-team swap that shipped defensive ace Poy Erram to TNT during the off-season. The club will also be having another prime pick in the second round when it selects 20th overall—eighth in that phase—in a pool many regard as the richest in years. With the scrubbing of a minimum number of D-League games from its requirements to be eligible for the Draft, a lot of potential talent have joined the pool, making for 97 total aspirants. The Draft will be held virtually on March 14, with the final list to be released on March 5, which is also the final day for Fil-­foreign prospects to complete their documentary requirements. Guiao said snaring several capable rookies should be enough for him to “rebuild the team.”“We’re going to try to make use of our draft picks and preparations to give ourselves a better chance in the coming conferences,” he added. NLEX struggled early in the All-Filipino conference held within a bubble setup in Clark Freeport, tabbing only a single win at the halfway point. NLEX is likely to field basically the same team for the coming season following a massive re-signing of contracts last month. And with three hopefully promising talents coming by March, the Road Warriors are hoping they could get back to the playoffs and contend for a championship. “This is the time when we could push the reset button,” Guiao said. INQ Read Next Don't miss out on the latest news and information. Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000. For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.
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Eager for winner label, Belo looks to smoothen Meralco’s front line holes
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Mac Belo wants to be known as a winner. And he may just have gotten closer to realizing that wish after being shipped to Meralco. “My dream is to become a champion in the PBA (Philippine Basketball Association). I’ve been here for four years. Everyone here wants to be a champion. I think with this Meralco team, I have a greater chance of reaching that dream into a reality,” Belo said in former PBA chief Noli Eala’s radio show on Saturday. “And I haven’t experienced playing in the semifinals and the finals,” the soft-spoken forward, who won a title at Far Eastern University, said. “It’s in those stages players get to showcase their talents—when everything’s under pressure.” At Blackwater, Belo made the playoffs only thrice—and was promptly eliminated in the quarterfinals in all tries. The Elite dealt away Belo to the Bolts for playmaker Baser Amer and veteran bruiser Bryan Faundo on Thursday, giving Meralco a two-way big man who can operate in the post and shoot the basketball well from outside—and Belo a chance at a title. Meralco pushed Barangay Ginebra to the brink in the semifinals of the Philippine Cup last year before losing to the eventual champions via a Game 5 dagger triple from Scottie Thompson. Meralco coach Norman Black said in a press statement that he hopes to use the former Gilas trooper to plug the Bolts’ holes on its frontcourt, which is currently manned by Raymond Almazan and Noy Baclao. Belo’s arrival not only gives an added boost in its interior, but also an additional cog in its defensive machine. “Perhaps, what I can bring to the team, is my being a two-way player,” Belo said when asked why he thinks Meralco traded for him. “I can defend any position.” Meralco also hopes to get lucky in the coming Rookie Draft, which is said to be one of the deepest in league history. “We’re hoping to get a really good player,” Black then added. “It looks like it’s going to be a deep draft this year since they lifted some of the requirements.” Read Next Don't miss out on the latest news and information. Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000. For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.
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With sights on 3rd, PH looking at huge SEAG contingent to Vietnam
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Bianca Pagdanganan, who won a gold medal in golf, is among those with guaranteed tickets to Vietnam. —MARIANNE BERMUDEZ It looks like the Philippines will be sending a huge contingent to this year’s Vietnam Southeast Asian Games (SEAG). The goal? Finish at least third overall in the medal race. Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) president Abraham “Bambol” Tolentino and commissioner Ramon Fernandez of the Philippine Sports Commission announced on Friday that medalists from the 2019 staging of the biennial meet here in the country are guaranteed of slots to this year’s edition of the regional sportsfest. “That’s the first criteria that we have set for our athletes who will compete in Vietnam,’’ said Fernandez, who was named Team Philippines chef de mission by the POC to the Games. Based on the 2019 results, the Philippines collected 276 medals from the 40 sports which host Vietnam has calendared into its staging of the SEA Games in December this year. Fernandez said the Philippines will participate in 38 of those sports. While there is a possibility that some sports will have lesser events than those played in 2019, some of the Philippines’ medals come from team sports, meaning a single medal could represent more than one athlete, some as many as 12, like basketball. But those medalists won’t even be the only ones getting to don the national colors in Hanoi. “There’s a second criteria where national sports associations (NSAs) can lobby for the inclusion of athletes who they feel are capable of winning medals,’’ added Fernandez after his discussion with Tolentino at the East Ocean Palace Restaurant in Paranaque City. According to Tolentino, the POC will give the NSAs a free hand to pick athletes who can help the country achieve its third-place target during the Nov. 21 to Dec. 2 meet. “Apart from our SEAG medalists, the NSAs know who from among their athletes can help our cause. I’m leaving it to their sound judgment,’’ said Tolentino. Both Fernandez and Tolentino agreed that the training of the athletes should begin soon by setting up a bubble-type environment at Rizal Memorial Sports Complex in Manila and Philsports Complex in Pasig City. “We can now use these facilities since they are no longer being used as quarantine sites for [COVID-19] patients,’’ said Fernandez. Team Philippines captured the overall title at home by claiming 149 gold medals, 117 silvers and 121 bronzes. Read Next Don't miss out on the latest news and information. Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000. For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.
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Inquirer awards event honors ‘top talkers’
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There were very few sports events during the pandemic, and the one thing that carried stories in the Inquirer’s sports section was the interviews with athletes and other sports personalities. The best of these interviews will be honored when the Inquirer Sports Awards (ISA) hands out the Quote of the Year trophy on Feb. 11. The ISA will be broadcast at 3 p.m. over Inquirer.net’s Facebook account. Apart from honoring the best interview, the ISA will also hand out a humanitarian award to an athlete who went beyond the call of duty to help those in need during the pandemic. Among the nominees for the Quote of the Year are boxer John Riel Casimero, Barangay Ginebra coach Tim Cone, Phoenix coach Topex Robinson and karate star Jamie Lim. “The people’s voice, it’s a cry for help. It should be heard, not silenced,” Lim, a Southeast Asian Games gold medalist, told the Inquirer in a special feature on athletes being active in sociopolitical causes. “And 20 to 30 years from now, maybe when they look back and they say, ‘You know that bubble championship?’ They’ll remember our team because we had the most unique championship in the history of the PBA (Philippine Basketball Association). It’s really cool,” said Cone after steering the Gin Kings to the Philippine Cup inside a bio-secure environment. “I can’t think of anything to improve my game; only my English needs improvement,” cracked Casimero in a press conference last year. “Yeah, mile markers are important. But we’re here to play the infinite game,” said the oft-philosophical Robinson. Interviewing these personalities helped sports writers at a time when there was very little events as nothing beats hearing, or in this case reading, things straight from the horse’s mouth. There were other quotes also considered, including nuggets from Rain or Shine mentor Caloy Garcia, who outed big man Beau Belga’s stress eating habit to reflective responses from the likes of PBA standouts Matthew Wright and Bobby Ray Parks Jr. Read Next Don't miss out on the latest news and information. Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000. For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.
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