30 June 2009
Philippines lost 6 ranking points after losing to Hong Kong and Indonesia in a Hong Kong tournament in April.
source : fifa.com
26 June 2009
Group : Indonesia, Philippines , Brunei, Myanmar, Cambodia , Australia and Vietnam. Top three to finals.
Takes place Feb 13 to 18 2010 in Jakarta. Finals will be in Tashkent in Uzbekistan.
ONCE again, Philippine football lands in the national and international news for the wrong reasons.
This time, the bad news has something to do with the Under-14 Philippine football team in a no-win situation against the Influenza A(H1N1) virus.
The RP boys’ squad was excited to compete against 12 other football teams at the 1st Asian Youth Games.
Instead, the team ended up being quarantined at a Singapore resort since Sunday. And they got the really bad news yesterday morning: they are officially out of the games.
22 June 2009
Two teams in U14 and two in U16. Ipil FC won U14 and Surigao National High won U16. Ipil got a good grass field and i hope they will use the field for football matches in the future.
I had also the chance to play two friendlies on Saturday and Sunday with Surigao FA officials and some players from Surigao. One of them was former U21 National team player Romnick Echin from Surigao .
Funny but very hot to play at 3 pm in Philippines !
Back to Dinagat Islands and no more football this vacation.
By Lynda Hong, Channel NewsAsia | Posted: 20 June 2009 1617 hrs
SINGAPORE: A member of the Philippines Football Team, now in Singapore for the inaugural Asian Youth Games, has been confirmed to be infected with the H1N1 virus.
Organisers said the team arrived in Singapore on Thursday and a routine temperature check on Friday found him running a fever.
The player was then admitted to the Communicable Disease Centre where lab results confirmed the infection on Saturday morning.
Organisers said all matches involving the Philippines football team will be postponed.
The first match was supposed to be against Taipei at 5pm on Saturday.
The entire Philippines football team has also be quarantined.
19 June 2009
Im Jonny from Norway, some may know me from posts in old philfoootball.info and pinoysoccer.com
17 June 2009
Champion : Baguio United FC
1st Runner Up : St. Louis University
2nd Runner Up : Titans (African United)
Fair Play : Pro-Sison United FC
Champion : Baguio Ladies
1st Runner Up : Benguet State University
2nd Runner Up : Baguio Ladies Juniors
Fair Play : Benguet State University
PFF has not been updating the website for nearly a year , but now a new designed website , with one news story !
Let's see if the website will be better updated this time.
15 June 2009
Philippines lost 3-4 to Indonesia in the bronze medal match. Misagh and Jason De Jong Scored .
Philippines lost semifinals 2-8 to Thailand.
11 June 2009
The wily Misagh Bahadoran nailed a personal best with four goals (4th, 5th, 5th and 10th minute) as Ali Go (2nd and 4th) and Edward Mallari (2nd and 3rd) contributed the others just before the break.
“We played a lot better yesterday but at least today, we managed to allow some of the younger players the chance to have more time in the game,” said Sedigh Esmaeil, the head coach for the Philippines.
“Now, we will have two days to prepare the team for the semi-final game which is likely to be Thailand.“
The second half saw Jason De Jong completing the rout with goals in the 23rd and 24th minute.
source : aseanfootball.org
12 June 2009
1500hrs: Thailand vs Philippines
1700hrs: Vietnam vs Indonesia
Third and Fourth Placing
07 June 2009
8 June 2009
1800hrs: Philippines vs Vietnam
9 June 2009
1400hrs: Timor Leste vs Philippines
12 June 2009
Third and Fourth Placing
04 June 2009
source : afc.com