29 June 2012

AFC U22 - Philippines 0-9 Vietnam !

Yangon: Vietnam got their first win when they thrashed the Philippines 9-0 on match day 3 of the AFC U-22 Championship Group G qualifiers in Yangon on Thursday.


The Filipinos did not have a chance with the Lu Dinh Tuan-led side very much in total control of both halves with four of their players having scored a brace each.

Nguyen Dinh Bao opened the scoring after 18 minutes and added his second in the 67th minute, with MH Quan (25th, 27th minutes), Ngo Hoang Thinh (30th, 52nd), substitute Le Quoc Phuong (64th, 89th) and HV Thanh (82nd), also a substitute, adding to the tally.


In earlier games, Vietnam lost 2-1 to Chinese Taipei and 3-1 to Myanmar and are now at fifth position while John Pomar Carmona’s winless side are residing at the bottom of the group.

An own goal by Chen Yen-jui helped Malaysia win 4-2 over Chinese Taipei in their rainy match with Malaysian midfielder Rozaimi Abdul Rahman getting in a brace in the 8th and 41st minutes, while Saarvindran Devandrn put the third touch for the Malaysia Tigers in the 78th minute.

The Chen Jiunn-ming-led side tried to get back with contributions by Lin Chang-lun after 50 minutes and Wen Chih-hao who scored during extra time but it proved a little too late for the East Asians.

With their latest performance, the Malaysians jumped to third spot from fourth, the latter position taken over by Chinese Taipei.

In the third match in the group, group leaders Korea Republic drew 0-0 with second-positioned Myanmar, with both teams having accumulated seven points, with goal difference separating them.
Next matches this Saturday


Myanmar vs Chinese Taipei

Philippines vs Korea Republic

Vietnam vs Malaysia

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58 comments:

  1. this afc qualifying campaign is nothing more than embarassing ....maybe they get more than 10 versus S-korea.

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  2. Juan dela Cruz29 June 2012 23:08

    Phil. football kicked-out the Serbian coach and replace by a Filipino coach who don't have enough experience in international matches. I'm sure the players are talented but the coachings are unqualified.

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  3. i do agree with you juan de la cruz. its a waste of big money and the coaching staff arte just there for a vacation. they don't mind winning or losing. john carmona its alright yet the assistants are good in dramas especially glen ramos. he was coaching the under-16 before yet it was a big failure. i reviewed their games and most lapses are to be blamed on coach ramos. i guess he will be coaching again the U-17 or U-18. why can't the PFF replace him? can you still remember the u-16 teams that played in bacolod and laos? its all about politics and not the players ability. PFF wants to join intyernational tournaments as there are lots of money to be pocketed. they don't even encourage the FA's to hold tournaments for the youngs to gain experience.

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  4. we should accept the truth that with out the help of our foreign players philippine football is a shit.........how many years we are receiving this results.....enough is enough........PFF should open their eyes and please if you continue sending teams just to have a vacation and happy holidays ...and nothing to do but..........its ok to lost but not in this score line........other countries are saying what kind of team we are sending its like inter barangay players....

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    1. that team had a half foreigner in the line-up...and i dont believe that they can help except the team handle by a good international coach and a period of 1 year in training...

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  5. i dont know how they are coaching/training the team. these guys can kick the ball and defend yet look at the scores. its alright losing but not with this margin. PFF is glad to participate in as many international tournaments as kickbacks will full their pockets. almost all of the PFF officers are big crocodiles including the FA heads. Mr. Araneta, please introduce a new coaching staff if ever you are to assemble a new team. GLEN RAMOS SHOULD BE OUT FOR ANY FUTURE TEAM. Let new and aggressive coach handle the team. He is a big bobo.we want a competitive team like the senior azkals

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  6. This is a reality result, AFC U22 qualifying is one of a big event in football world, our U22 performance is 100% POOR, what they learned from the CAMP before the tournament ? did the coaching staff take this seriously ? they have also some international friendly matches, saan sila nag kukulang? the scoreline is very embarrassing the section of players, the selection of coaching is not qualified professionally all are useless and that is the result., the playing performance is POOR.

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  7. I wasn't expecting that much from the U22 but this scoreline is just embarrassing. Even during the training there were issues with the coaching staff. Players have enough skills to show a decent performance but the results show coaching staff in ability to make tactical adjustments. If the coaching staff doesn't have the trust of the players then John Carmona as thea head coach should resign out of delicadeza. The head coach should lead the way.

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  8. Any coach can make a good team better but no coach can make a poor team good if the players are already older than their mid teens.

    F--- all this PFF wasted money,time and embarrassment on worthless international tournaments & training and fight for national & local governments to pump resources into grassroots development.

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  9. Good coaches have the ability to make a good team better but great coaches have the ability to make a poor team excel far beyond expectations.

    Obviously, John Carmona doesn't have the credentials to represent the country in a high profile tournament. PFF should invest more on our U13/14 program.

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    1. That first sentence, for the most part reeks of ignorance! You make it seem like you can just snap your fingers and be able to have a "great" coach and from there everything will just fall into place! lol!! It's nowhere near that simple!

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    2. Sorry, but I just noticed that the comment you responded never mentioned or implied for things to go that easy with "good/great" coaches. Lol. He merely said has or have the ability to make a crappy team do better or exceed expectations. You need to read better and calm your nerves before responding incorrectly. Lol... Cheers, mate.

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    3. I need to read better?!?! LMAO!! You clearly need to reply better because you don't make sense!! lol!

      The fact that "Manong Kulas" comments about "good coaches" vs "great coaches" and then talks about the current coach (Carmona) not having the credentials, he's CLEARLY implying that if we had a "great coach", we wouldn't be experiencing these humiliating situations. And that is clearly being ignorant which I said so above and if you had any brains you'd know I'm right! So I don't know what you're on about!

      And cheers?!? pfff... I say piss off!!

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  10. I hope its about time to get Foreign head Coach with best credentials, expert and professional in handling the National Team, local coach had nothing to do, they are not competent enough, that is the reality, if we want to have a strong team it depend on the coaching staff ability,strategy and game plan,Recently, our Senior Azkal National Team had a great accomplishment, under the supervision of Mr. Weiss (coach)and our ASIAN neighbor are interested to challenge us, because of what they saw last AFC challenge Cup 2012, The Philippine Football are past moving up in FIFA world ranking, but if we will not take any necessary action about the outcome of our U22 national Team, its better to stop of dreaming, the scoreline 9-0,7-0,5-1, what a very Poor playing performance EVER...

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  11. Interesting. It seems to be consensus that the players are decent enough and the coaches are always the first to blame and take majority, if not all of the blame. Why can't people accept the fact that some or even most of the players just aren't good enough?!? Seriously! Yes, there are a few that might be considered decent as individuals but for the most part, especially as a team, they're just not good enough and a "great" coach would barely change that. We've barely had any pedigree outside of the senior national team and this campaign of the U22's so far shouldn't be a surprise!

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  12. the scoreline is embarrassing talaga. mukhang nagbakasyon lang sila at naglaro. Are they reviewing the history of the coaches and the players.

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  13. Its the fault of the Technical Department of the PFF actually headed by Aris Caslib. John Carmona who has no good credentials at all except for a B license, he has not handled a team for years (he is the grassroots coordinator for the Visayas). I dont know what is the motive of Caslib designating people who are not competent enough in a very sensitive job. First it was Glen Ramos, Glen made a very bad account of himself in 2 tournaments being the coach of the U16 and looks like he is going to handle the U19 National Team. Now, here comes Carmona.

    I wonder why Caslib and Maro dont handle the National Teams. They are "A" license. Are they afraid that they will be exposed?

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    1. U22 game result :

      Philippines 1 - Myanmar 5
      Philippines 0 - Malaysia 7
      Philippines 0 - Vietnam 9
      Philippines 0 - Korea 7 (halftime)

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    2. Another goal (stoppage time )for Korea 10- Philippines 0

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  14. half time phil-0 korea-7.......some one should be responsible for this...this is not football anymore........PFF please if you wish to send a team like this ....pls don't let them carry our National flag.......nakakahiya.

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    1. YES... WHO IS THE RESPONSIBLE NOW????....
      THIS IS NOT A JOKE.......WAKE -UP....CONCERNED PEOPLE.....WAKE UP....OPEN YOUR EYES.....

      WHY you allowed to send those who are not competent ? its "USELESS" nakakahiya...

      I hope PFF will take this as a lesson..

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    2. This korean team is just a bunch of their college league selections, not a real thing. And 0-7 at half time... i bet they didn't even try hard to score more in the second half haha.. Sad and funny at the same time...

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  15. Great debate guys but all hairy-assed coaches like me are in agreement about one thing: if a player is not showing above-average talent by the age of 16 he never will.

    Example: Many players in Euro premier leagues are pretty useless shooting or passing with their 'wrong' foot. These are professionals with all the time and facilities to improve the weaker parts of their play. Why don't they? Because they can't. Luckily they have enough wizardry in their one foot - and most importantly their football brain - to stay at the top. Imagine if Messi/Robbens/Giggs etc had the two-footed shooting power and accuracy of Ballotelli?

    The lesson for all aspiring youths is simple: practise your socks off learning all the basic skills then practise again in your bare feet if necessary. After that, decent standard coaching and match experience will allow you to open the door which leads to the top.

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    1. "if a player is not showing above-average talent by the age of 16 he never will."

      This is why I said above that people need to accept that the players just aren't good enough and not just blame the lack of a quality coach. No matter how "great" a coach is, if the players at their disposal are shyte, as is the case with our U22's and even other youth teams, then there's only so much that can be done! It will also remain this way for some time to come.

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    2. So, from the beginning the selection of players is responsible if not the coach but even if we have best players if our coach had no great "ideas" the players had to follow what the coach give him the instructions, as long the scoreline is concerned totally our U22 is not yet doing good, maybe the only thing we can do right now is to learned from this "POOR" PERFORMANCE ...next time study the best talented players and best coach with great credentials...

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  16. Why was Mark Hartmann not selected for this tournament, he is just 20 and one of the UFL leading goal scorers. I spoke to him yesterday and he said he had not been asked but would have played if he had been selected.

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  17. these hairy-assed coaches and pff have done nothing for the team and for the country. its just for the sake of participating the U-22 tournament and how much perks they are to receive not to mention the kickbacks. these guys have betrayed our country. the players are not new to football and they can dribble, pass, kick and defend the goal. what a shame on the the scores made by the opposing team. Mr. Araneta, are you not ashamed of the results. Get and try another competent coach. we can find then in bacolod, iloilo and ncr. Please get rid of Glen Ramos coaching a team. there are good and competent players in Manila and even the visayas who are not included in the try-outs for the under-18. Please i dont wanna see Ramos coaching the youth team as he failed in the past tournaments. though he's got a license, he still dont know how to coach a team for international level. yes how come the hartmann was not included in the team? are they accomodating players who can give under-the-table?

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    1. attitude problem daw kay hartmann

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  18. THESE HAIRY-ASSED COACHES ARE STUPID! why put the blame on players' skills for all these embarassing results? it's their responsibilities selecting the best players, what happened? some of our best u22 players.. beloya, hartmann, marasigan were "suspended" for very insignificant causes... the u22 coaches themselves lack credentials. i hope the pff discipline them for wasting the fed's resources.

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    1. what they wanted to suspend the best players ? or to get the " W O R S E - EVER" result of our U22 NT ?
      Sending the coach tat are not competent ? clearly no idea, on how to study the best strategy, ok, against Myanmar 5-1, from that situation the coach must be aware and be responsible for the next game, but what we can do if the coaches are "easy-happy-going like tourist??
      PFF- look for foreign coaches base in Europe if you want the best result...WAKE UP...WAKE UP and WAKE UP

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  19. http://thehotdogstand.net/featured/dan-palami-the-pff-and-u22-team-debacle/

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  20. Go away Paul Weiler and your fake PFSA.

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  21. KAYA PALA MINALAS ANG U22 NATIONAL TEAM DAHIL SA UMPISA PALA "BALIKTAD" ANG FLAG NG PILIPINAS DALA NG MGA TAGA MYANMAR DURING SA OPENING NILA - MYANMAR VS PHILIPPINES 5-1, yon na

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  22. Over the next couple of weeks. We should see how things pan out with the U22 coaching staff. if the likes of John Carmona and company won't resign then that would just show the character of the person. hence, we shouldn't expect anything from our U22 as long as he is in charge.

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  23. Most of our players doesn't have the skill set for this tournament but they are definitely not as bad as the scoreline shows. In a different note, the players were suspended because some of them were trying to make suggestions to the coach and Carmona and company found this intrusive.

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  24. Please take note on this game against vietnam: Nguyen Dinh Bao opened the scoring after 18 minutes and added his second in the 67th minute, with MH Quan (25th, 27th minutes), Ngo Hoang Thinh (30th, 52nd), substitute Le Quoc Phuong (64th, 89th) and HV Thanh (82nd), also a substitute, adding to the tally.
    1st goal = 18th minutes
    2nd goal = 25th minutes
    3rd goal = 27th minutes
    4th goal = 30th minutes
    5th goal = 52nd minutes
    6th goal = 64th minutes
    7th goal = 67th minutes
    8th goal = 82nd minutes
    9th goal = 89th minutes

    This is very embarassing. in a short span of minutes the vietnam is able to score again. are the players playing with injury? i suspect theres a gambling syndicate. i dont see any reason at all. PFF please investigate the coaching staff as they are really betraying our country. its very shameful losing with that margin and and span of time the opposing team scored. the coaching staff deserve to be investigated and banned-for-life.

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    1. This is what the real embarrassing and shameful playing performance, all the mistakes and responsible are the coaching staff, First half they should know what to do for the second half to get the new plan and change the strategy of his players, instead what he is doing..? is he OK.? enjoying watching the game.? Maybe he think he is a TOURIST in Myanmar wasting of the budget....PFF please don't allowed all this coaching staff to handle to our U14 little Azkals if we want to continued and have a good and great playing performance like recently they played in Japan

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  25. please pass or forward the previous message to PFF and concerned parties. this case is really important that needs attention and immediate action. this can also be brought to AFF and AFC.

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  26. Parang hulog yata ang depensa natin ah. Wala bang defensive back man lang kahit gawin anim sila instead of four.
    Grabe naman yan.
    Siguro lang personal ko opinyon, kahit tumabla lang, wag lang ma-iskoran. Anim ang depensa ang gagawin ko.
    As coach siguro mahina ang offense ko so aatakehin ako sa defense ko.
    Grabe naman ito. Sunod-sunod na tambak.
    Asan ang depensa.
    Kumbaga tabla-talo na lang, hope for the best ang offense.\
    Again tama ang mga nagsasabi before this na, mahina ang coach. No doubt about it.
    Ayusin sana natin.
    Grabe na ito.

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  27. Sisihin nyo si Caslib. Sya nag appoint sa mga coach na yan.

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  28. PARANG WALANG ADJUSTMENT SA LARO NATIN. YUN PA LANG SA MYANMAR, KITA NA 5-1. IBIG SABIHIN DAPAT NAKITA NANG COACHING STAFF (OFFENSE AND DEFENSE) NA MAY PAGKUKULANG.
    ASAN ANG ADJUSTMENT NG COACHES NATIN, MASKI NANG MGA PLAYERS.
    IT SEEMS OUR OPPONENTS CONTROL OUR OFFENSE PERO PATI BA NAMAN ANG DEFENSE.
    PARANG ANO BA YAN, DI MAN LANG SILA NAG ADJUST SA LARO NILA ESPECIALLY ON DEFENSE.
    GRABE

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  29. Tourista lang mga coaching staff. Wala na kasi gana mga players sa coach. Martial Law kasi style in Carmona. Bawal magsalita

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  30. sana magpalabas ng bagong rules ang FIFA na bawal mag padala ng mga inter barangay na team sa ganitong mga competations.......nakakahiya naman.........pweeeeeeeeeehhhhhhhh

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  31. this coaching staff should not be allowed to handle any team in the future. they are just showing their "NO KNOWLEDGE" of the game. instead of kicking the ball, let's kick out Carmona, Ramos and the rest of the coaching staff. Nakakahiya talaga itong si Ramos. he handled 2 under-16 teams yet walang nangyari. tambak sila palagi. he's a big "BOBO".

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    1. wag mo kalimutan na patalsikin din si Aris Caslib. siya ang nag appoint ng mga yan. mga katropa niya kasi eh.

      tandaan na si Caslib ang nagreact noon sa article ni Quinito Henson. sinabi sa article na ang dating coach ng Philippines na si Des Bulpin is better than most local coaches in the Philippines. si Aris Caslib ay nag react at nag kriticise sa article na yun. magaling daw ang local coach, hindi na daw kailangan ng foreign coach.

      O AYAN MASDAN NIYO ANG RESULTA! YAN ANG SINASABI NI CASLIB!

      kaya wala mangyayari kahit patalsikin si Ramos, Carmona and the rest of the banban officials ng PFF kung hindi rin patatalsikin ang hari ng mga banban na si Caslib. Siya ang nag appoint sa mga yan eh!

      gamitin niyo mga utak niyo!

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  32. DEBACLE...TRAGEDY...FAILURE...SABI NGA SA KANTA NANG GUN'S AND ROSES...WHAT WE HAVE HERE IS A FAILURE TO COMMUNICATE?

    YUNG UNANG PAGKATALO SA MYANMAR IS AFAILURE TO COMMUNICATE SA COACHING STAFF NATIN, SUMUNOD MALAYSIA. DAPAT PA LANG SA MALAYSIA, NATIGIL NA ANG HINDI MAGANDANG MIS-COMMUNICATION.

    SANA NA-REALIZE NUNG CARMONA...NA SIYA ANG MAY PROBLEMA...RESIGNATION IS THE BEST OPTION OR OUR PFF SHOULD HAVE REPLACED HIM.

    INCOMPETENT SYA AT SANA NAMAN NAHIYA SIYA SA FAILURE AT NAKUHA SANA NYA ANG MESSAGE NA HINDI SIYA CAPABLE TO HANDLE OUR NT.

    MY GOODNESS NT NATIN ITO AT SUPPOSEDLY THEY ARE OUR COUNTRY'S BEST. PERO GAYA NANG SABI NUNG ISANG PANG-INTER BARANGAY LANG SYA.

    IT IS FUNNY BUT IT IS TRUE.

    LOGICALLY TAMBAKAN KA SA UNA, MAG-IISIP KA NA AT PANGALAWA NAULIT, E SOBRA PAG-IISIP MO. KASO NAULIT AT WALANG NABAGO. HINDI NILA NA-GETS ANG SITWASYON. NAG-TAGAL PA SILA SA PWESTO NILA, WALA NAMAN SILANG HIYA AT SOBRA ANG KAPAL.

    PFF TERMINATION IS THE KEY. SACK THEM PARA NAMAN MERON SILANG SENSE OF SHAME.

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  33. DAGDAG KO LANG...HE FAILED TO COMMUNICATE TO HIS PLAYERS. KUNG STYLE NYA MARTIAL LAW AT SIYA ANG BOSSING, EH DAPAT NA NGA SYA MAG-RESIGN.

    THE COACH IS THE FATHER AND MENTOR OF THE TEAM, EVERYBODY LOOKS UP TO HIM FOR GUIDANCE AND ENCOURAGEMENT.

    KUNG MILITARY ANG STYLE NYA THEN. THERE IS FAILURE TO COMMUNICATE WITH HIS PLAYERS.

    LESSONS LEARNED SA PFF NATIN, SANA KUMUHA SILA NANG COACH NA ANG UNANG HABOL AY "MATULUNGAN" ANG TEAM NATIN AT HNDI MAGING BOSS. OUR NT HAS A PROBLEM, AND THE COACH SHOULD BE PART OF THE SOLUTION, BUT IT SEEMS HE IS NOW A BIG PART OF THE PROBLEM.

    MOVE ON, FIRE HIM, FIND A NEW HELPFUL COACH.

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    1. fire caslib first.

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  34. ALAM NYO MGA PARE KOY, DELIKADESA LANG SIGURO YAN. KUMBAGA, ME MUKHA PA BA SILANG MAIHAHARAP SA ATIN.
    SA TOTOO LANG YUNG NASA TAAS SA PFF DAPAT REVAMP TALAGA, KASAMA NA SI CASLIB.
    SIGURO SASABIHIN SA PLAYERS KASI YAN NANG MGA YAN PARA PALUSOT, ALAM NYO NA.
    PERO DAPAT YUNG ATING PFF TOP MANAGEMENT AY DECISIVE SA LEADERSHIP NILA.
    OTHERWISE SILA NA DIN SIGURO ANG MAG-RESIGN. NABALITAAN KO NGA YUNG COACH NANG INDIA NUNG MATALO SA ATIN NAG-RESIGN AS COACH WHEREAS SIYA YUNG NAG COACH SA NT NANG INDIA SA PARA MAG-CHAMPION SA ASIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE SA AREA NILA COMPOSED OF MALDIVES, PAKISTAN, AFGHANISTAN, BANGLADESH, SRILANKA, INDIA, ETC.
    YUN ANG DELIKADESA, EWAN KO LANG SA MGA KABAYAN NATIN NA ITO KUNG ANO KLASE SILA TAO.

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  35. I cant understand why caslib keep on pushing his people in the grassroots development to handle sensitive positions in the National Teams like John Carmona who has not handled a team for a very long time. Ramos failed already in his first stint as coach in the U16 then caslib pushed him a second time what did they get? Another failure na naman. Now he is grooming Ramos again, to handle the U19. Parang may clique yata dito.

    I think it is better for caslib to step down to save PFF from further embarrassment. Mahiya naman kayo!!!

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  36. A coach with a dubious certificate issued by a minor SEA FA authority should not be assumed to know more than any regular footballer.

    Like any other job coaching needs experience, preferably with a fully qualified quality mentor.
    None of these exist yet in PH so fans will just have to accept that like football itself officialdom is still in the nursery stage and many moons will pass before players and coaches and that deadly poison you politely call 'politics' reach an acceptable level.

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  37. MGA KABABAYAN, ito lang ang masasabi ko ;

    1. Maging successful lang ang Philippine Football kung ang mga players natin ay may halong "FIL-FORS" at ang head coach na mag handle ay isang forign coach - Yan ay ang katutuhanan

    2. Wag nyo munang e-asa sa mga local COACHING staff ang mga sensitive na mga positions like head coach kahit sa anong group age level for National team - Yan ay ang Pag-iingat sa isang team, pag aalaga ng maayos. developement program

    3, Kailangan pa nating mag pursigi na mag scout sa ibang bansa na mga 'Fil-For' na mga players dahil yon ay kailangan - at time availability ng isang player commitment

    4. Tigilan na ang pag palakasan, " walang kaibigan, walang kamag-anak" pero bastat may talent at talagang may experience sa internationals matches - granted..at may chance to play for National team

    5. Political attitude tigilan na. yan, kasi kung di nyo titigilan baka hangang panaginip na lang tayo...kahit saang tournament pa tayo sasabak ... nakakahiya na naman....

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  38. myanmar has fielded 1 overage player against your team.. please check Kaung Si Thu, age 25, forward.. jersy number 9..

    refer http://ygnutd.com/index.php?pid=6&player=34&lang=eng
    and http://www.mmtimes.com/2012/sport/615/index.html

    If this turn out to be true, then you guys should appeal

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  39. appeal for what? don't tell me we lost to vietnam 9-0,korea 10-0 ,malaysia 7-0.....they fielded over age players??? it does not make any sense anymore ..........all coaches of this team should resign already or else they just commit suicide......they just go back to inter barangays competations.....

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  40. GANITO LANG YAN EH, PARANG SI "MANNY" PACQUIAO YAN NA ALAM NYO NAMAN CHAMPION. KASO NABASA KO ONE TIME SA ISANG HEADLINE SA INTERNET NEWS, "PACQUIAO KNOCKOUT BY JUAN MANUEL MARQUEZ". YUN PALA SI "BOBBY" PACQUIAO YUN.

    OUR NT COMPOSED OF THE REAL AZKALS (COACHES AND PLAYERS) ARE WORKING HARD MAKING A NAME AND MAKING OUR COUNTRY PROUD BUT ON THE OTHER HAND, NASISIRA KASI MERON GAYA NANG U-22 NA NT DIN NATIN NA HINDI KASING KALIBRE AND COACHES AT PLAYERS.

    HINDI KO GUSTO SABIHIN NA SI PEDRO I AY DAPAT KAPAREHO DIN NI PEDRO II. ANG PUNTO KO DITO, SI PEDRO I NA NAGPAPAKAHIRAP MAGLARO, PRAKTIS AT BUMUO NANG MAGANDANG LARO UPANG "GUMALING" AY NAAPEKTUHAN ANG PANGALAN KASI HINDI SI PEDRO II AY HINDI NIYA GINAGAWA ANG GAYA NANG GINAGAWA NI PEDRO I.

    ANG ORIGINAL AZKALS AT U-22 AY NT NATIN AT DALA ANG PANGALAN NANG BANSA NATIN GAYA NANG LOYOLA SPARKS NA DALA ANG BANDILA NATIN.

    SANA MAY MEANING SA U-22 TEAM NATIN ANG BAGAY NAITO AT SA PFF.

    KAYA NGA PINAG-RETIRE NA NI MANNY SI BOBBY KASI NASISIRA ANG PANGALAN NYA. BINIGYAN NA LANG NYA NANG PERA. SAME ANALOGY AT APPLICATION, PANGALAN NANG BANSA NATIN ANG NAKATAYO. MAGING MAKABAYAN NAMAN KAYO!!!

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  41. Here is one story about France, French Football Federation and others,

    [[In the 2010 FIFA World Cup, France continued to perform under expectations and were eliminated in the group stage. Midway through the competition, striker Nicolas Anelka was dismissed from the national team after reportedly having a dispute, in which obscenities were passed, with team manager Raymond Domenech during half-time of the team's loss to Mexico. The resulting disagreement over Anelka's explusion between the players, the coaching staff, and federation officials resulted in the team boycotting training. The negative publicity the national team received during the competition led to further repercussions back in France. The day after the team's elimination, it was reported by numerous media outlets that the President of France Nicolas Sarkozy would meet with team captain Thierry Henry to discuss the issues associated with the team's meltdown at the World Cup. The meeting was requested by Henry. Following the completion of the competition, federation president Jean-Pierre Escalettes resigned from his position. Domenech was also let go and former international Laurent Blanc was inserted as his replacement. On 23 July 2010, on the request of Blanc, the federation suspended all 23 players in the World Cup squad for the team's friendly match against Norway after the World Cup. On 6 August, five players who were deemed to have played a major role in the 2010 FIFA World Cup training boycott were disciplined for their roles.]]

    Ganito nila binibigyan nang halaga ang laro at ang pangalan nang BANSA nila. Yung presidente nand Football federation nila ay nagresign sa hiya.

    Meron ba kayo mga U-22 team (Coaches and players), pakiusap lang kung gusto nyo maglaro nang ganyan, wag nyo na lang isuot ang FLAG namin. May ibig sabihin kaya nakakabit yan sa uniform nyo, kami ang ni-rerepresent nyo. Privelege yan lalo na sa mga opisyal nang PFF.

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  42. Talo na naman 1-2 v Taiwan

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