05 August 2015

AFF U16 Championship - Philippines 2-8 Australia

AFF U16 Championship today

Start 4.30 pm (PH)

Philippines vs Australia

Livestream link : http://www.khmerlive.tv/bayonnews/

5 mins 0-1 Australia
14 mins 1-1 Philippines !
23 mins 1-2 Australia
24 mins 2-2 Philippines !
28 mins 2-3 Australia
41 mins 2-4 Australia
44 mins 2-5 Australia
2-5 HT
71 mins 2-6 Australia
80 mins 2-7 Australia
85 mins 2-8 Australia
2-8 FT

In the meantime Australia as expected, ran the Philippines ragged with an 8-2 beating in the game that was played earlier.
The decision by Australian coach Ufuk Talay to rest key players gave the Philippines a more fighting chance at the start when John Roberts opener after just five minutes was cancelled out by Jelani Borbon eight minutes later.
Roberts then gave the advantage to Australia once again in the 22nd minute following a mad scramble only for Fidel Victor Tacardon to give the Philippines their second equaliser two minutes later.
The change for Ryan Yates in place of Andrew Visciglio gave Australia more bite at the centre of the park and from then on, they never looked back as they went on to pile the goals with Roberts adding two more in the 28th and 43rd minute.
The remainder of the goals were scored by Dylan Ryan in the 31st minute, Rahmat Akbari (70th), Marc Moric (79th) and Lachlan Brook (87th).  
Following the completion of matches in Group B tonight, the semi-finals matches will be played in two days at the National Olympic Stadium.
The semi-finals fixtures will see Laos taking on Myanmar in the first game while Australia will entertain Thailand in the second tie.
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11 comments:

  1. Being an AFC A license doesn't always guarantee into a successful coach. Many Pinoy coaches are only good in lectures and practicals but fail miserably in the actual game.

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    1. very true...not only in football but in all sports...

      thomas dooley,freddie roach,rajko toroman and Tab Baldwin sila lang mas may kakayahang mag maximize and develop ng raw talent ng mga homegrown players .

      puro publicity, press release, pag-iiyak and pag aalibi sa harap ng media ang mga local coaches keyso kulang sila sa budget, di makuha ang players na gusto nila and late na sila nakapagtraining.

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  2. Everthing is possible in this world.What we need is just determination; your good luck depends on your firm belief..( ^_^ )/~~ζ‹œζ‹œ

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  3. at least we scored 2 goals as consolation. di na masama against Aussie kahit sabihin pang pinagbigyan and underestimate ng Aussie national coach ang Azkals U16

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    1. Hindi mo ba nabasa na ni rest ng Aussie coach ang mga starters nya at pawang mga second stringers lng ang naglalaro pero tambak pa rin because thay know pasok na sila sa semis. How much more kung ang first eleven pa kaya? Pero karamihan sa atin kuntento lng kaya wlang asenso kahit strong 11 na ang nasa field wla pa ring alam na diskarte dahil wla ding alam ang coaching staff at take note 11 coaching staff ang pumunta sa cambodia pinakamarami sa lahat ng delegates. Mga TD ng PFF magaling lng din sa lecture pero wla pa lang binatbat sa actual application of the game. Dapat kasi mag specialize tayo na yung mga AFC instructor ay doon na lng huwag na mag humawak ng team ipaubaya sa mga coaches na trabaho talaga nila ay yung naghahandle ng team everyday. Mga sakim kasi kayo, gusto lahat sa inyo na pati mga course sa ibang bansa iilan lng ang pinakuha ng PFF - favoritism at its best. Karma tuloy kayo mga tsong!!!

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    2. anung problema if Aussie manager rested his key players? at least binigyan nila ng experience,exposure and lessons ang Azkals U16.

      everybody knows we don't have even a slim chances na maka draw or score man lang sa heavyweight squad ng young Socceroo na future World Cuppers..buti naka score

      ngayon either pinagbigyan or hindi buti naka goal kahit 2 lang.

      sa ngayon dapat makontento muna kasi wala namang tayong malakas na players sa youth level na may chance na maka advance sa next round.

      experience and continues development na lang muna sa grassroots level.....lahat kasi ng malakas ng Azkals ay nasa senior level and trained abroad.

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    3. Huwag mong sabihin na walang tayong malakas na players sa youth team dahil dyan ka nagkamali. Sa mga pananalita mo halatang bilib ka sa mga galing abroad kaya one sided ang paningin mo. Sa mga madaling makontento at hindi alam ang stages of growth and development sa youth football madalas lumalabas sa bibig nila ay "experience and development lng." OK ipalagay natin na experience at na develop sila pero cgurado ba sila makukuha sa UFL? Foreigner lng ang utak ng taga UFL teams pati tuloy si Otomo at Menigishi ginawang instant Pinoy kahit wla pang proseso kaya tuloy nakuryente ang Global, penetisyon ng Stallions, Green Archers , Ceres atbpa... Pag tumuntong na kasi ng 16 -18 yrs old ang isang manlalaro dapat i instill mo na ang 'Winning Mentality" dyan dahil pag palaging talunan sila , bababa ang moral , magiging makontento lamang sa laro at mawawala ang aggressiveness at ito ay madadala nila sa paglaki at propesyonal level.
      Mga coaches ang role model ng isang manlalaro kaya it reflects kung ano ang pinapakita nila. Pasikat lng kasi mga yan sa social media na sila yung nag International Course sa Japan, Germany , Malaysia at iba pang lugar pero lampa pa rin sa actual application of the game at nakakairita pa ay sila sila lng ang pabalik balik na coach dyan dahil bata bata system ng mga Technical Director ng PFF na sina Aris Caslib at Marlon Maro na wala namang ginawang magandang record nung sila pa ang head coach in the 90's at early 2000. Sa dami dami ng coaches na pwede ilagay yung mga bata talaga ang nauuna.
      Teka, may nasagap akong balita na may pumalag na mga countries sa Asia regarding the fil foreigners of Azkals at nag submit ito ng petisyon sa FIFA para ilimit ang dual citizenship ng mga players na pwede maglro sa national team. Ano kaya ang plan B ni Dan Palami - the master showman of Philippine Football...

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  4. Not a suprise that the Philippines lost, but I think its positive that they managed to score a couple of goals and that they didnt concede double digits.

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  5. Magaling mga players natin pero bobo lng cguro ang mga coaches kahit nag International course na ang mga yan wla pa ring input at accomplishment.

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  6. I watched all the games how come the coaches put in 4 different starters? They don't know who their good players are. During the 4 games we had more yellow cards than our opponents. Coaches instructions?! Coaches should teach players how to be tough, not rough.

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