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Airforce very dangerous on the counter attacks. They play better as a team, and loyola have more individualists, but loyola have disappointed a bit. I kinda expected more.
what a 2nd goal by airforce. no chance for loyola now. congrats airforce! impressive! no imports like other teams, just homegrown players.
Congratulations to Air Force !
si palami nakakatawa! nagpupumilit pa maging player tapos ang sobrang taba! d bagay! hahaha
The best goalie and ;ady luck was on Air Force side tonight. Congratz! Level up the competition and rivalries sa UFL League this coming Jan 14 2012.
Whats up with the rage?
anonymous 2:56PMGinawa kasing basketball ni anonymous 11:28AM ung football, halatang ngayon lang nanonood ng laro, nagmagaling na naman sa comment kasi "import" daw, bwahahaha.
^ LOL even the airforce coach used the term imports! Get your facts straight, dickwads. Global FC got imports, Kaya got em, and so does Loyola. What do you want to call them... Professionals from abroad? LOL just coz its different sports doesnt mean you cant use the same terms.
@Rudan, relax, take it easy. Didnt your mama tell you its bad to swear? But i get it. Its cool to be a tough guy on the internet.
anyone else irritated with James' constant complaining?also, just because someone else used the same term doesn't make it correct, silly. YOU get your "FACTS" straight, prick.Anyway, congratulations to Air Force FC.
James is always like that. Its like watching Suarez of LFC. But it was a good game to watch. Btw, what is the right term? Import/reinforcement etc = same shit. Only filipinos complain about this. You guys are nitpicking.
Lol! Louie ikaw ba yan? Lol aklab ka talaga
whats wrong if somebody use the term imports....indeed there are import in UFL....
they're just called players.. look around different leagues sa ibang bansa.. would you call messi/ronaldo as imports of barca and madrid?...they are signed by teams to play, palakasan yan ng team...kung imports mga yan edi sana may limit sa number ng reinforcements just like sa pba...and 1 more thing...ang laki padin ng problema ng mga tao sa half breed edi sana pati sila taulava, lasiter, lutz, seigle,williams, norwood, etc. na naglalaro sa pba at naglaro for the national team e nakukutaya din diba? pero hinde kasi naglalaro sa local league.paalala lang po di porket naglalaro sila sa pba e pure pinoy na sila, half breed padin sila.. sana pantay na pagtingin lang sa mga players.. and be proud dun sa mga naglalaro abroad because that only shows na kaya nila sa ibang bansa kahit pa sabihin ng iba na 2nd/3rd division un mga teams nila abroad.. for sure mas competitive ang liga dun.. ngaung nagkaron na ng UFL.. sana mawala nadin un mga issue about sa half breeds.. the ronaldos' and messis' of the world are not playing in their own local league.. im not saying that they are like those awesome players but merely pointing out the reason why some of the azkals are playing abroad..pinoy football keep moving forward! -futbolero7
^^ like what i said there is nothing wrong if they called imports but it doesnt mean na half pinoys ang tinutukoy....nagexample ka pa ng euro team at basketball reinforcement or imports sa football ay walang regulation kung ilan ang gustong ipasok ng euro team sa mga international player.........depende na lang syo kung paanu mo intindihin ang ibig sabihin....messi and ronaldo are called reinfocement sa spanish la liga so import sila...bakit spanish citizen ba sila???....pinasosyal lang ang tawag "international player", import or reinforcement player din tawag doon. open door naman ang euro clubs sa mga international player walang regulation katulad din sa atin, kaya and global for example so anu prob dun ok lang naman nagrereact sa tawag eh totoo naman, at talo pa rin ng air force hahahaha....anyways congratulation to UFL for the successful tournament....
it's not the term we're nitpicking about here. we're nitpicking about people nitpicking about clubs fielding foreigners and fil-foreigners. it's not, and it shouldn't be an issue as i feel in the end that they would be beneficial to the development of our league. I guess this stems from you basketball fans' inferiority complex towards Americans and Phil-Ams!
they are not even called international players, just "players" plain and simple...in Europe (uefa) there are limits when it comes to fielding in players that are non-european.. so in our region, im not sure about this but maybe there is a limit in fielding in non-asian.. but please note, this applies only to regional tourneys like afc champions league- a counterpart of Uefa champions league..(still hoping that afc will recognize UFL as our premier league so we can take part of such a glorious tourney) . im not ridiculing air force here, caligdong for me is the best player in our NT..and its good to see a homegrown team winning the cup.. my point here is just there shouldnt be any label for players homegrown/ fil-foreigners/foreigners.. now do you get my point? Its just sad to see comments saying “woah, panalo airforce, wala imports mga yan” when in fact they are not imports, just players that there clubs can afford to sign – unfair un sa airforce na sabihing nanalo sila kahit may mga import un kabilang team..NANALO SILA DAHIL MASMAGALING SILA SA KABILANG TEAM…ganun un! pinoys are just new to this stuff, but if were going to move forward.. nationality shouldn’t be an issue..if we want to catch up to world football pinoys should be open minded to what is really going on when in comes to club football. ~futbolero7
Congratulations to Barangay Air Force!