21 April 2017

PFL Match Day 1 and 2

PFL Match Day 1 !


6 May

Kaya Fc-Makati vs Ceres Negros (4 pm)

Stallion Laguna Fc vs Fc Meralco Manila (7 pm)


PFL Match Day 2

7 May

Ilocos United Fc vs Davao Aguilas Fc (4 pm)

JPV Marikina Fc vs Global Cebu Fc (7 pm) Played at Rizal Memorial Stadium

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14 comments:

  1. may pfl cup ba?

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  2. Ilocos united vs davao aguilas
    Ang layu ng byahe hahaha

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  3. "Philippines" football league doesnt sound right grammatically, football league of the philippines may sound better. At least now we have a league to call our own.

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    1. I think "Philippines Football League" sounds really plain and generic!! It more stupid as there's already a "PFL", the Philippine Futsal League. Nice logo though.

      How people voted for that name is way beyond me!! Cheap!!

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  4. now is the time on football revolution in the philippines, i cant wait to experience the real drama in football in asia as chinese football future is on the rise, the rest of asia can experience also football euphoria economically and robust football framework.

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  5. Which are the home teams in those matches?

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    1. They are playing at their home stadiums on Makati, Laguna , Vigan City and Marikina

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    2. Marikina Stadium not ready so JPV Fc vs Glabal Cebu will be played at RMS

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  6. why match day1 ang may 6? where inaugaural match is in April 29.

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  7. PFL ay maybe intentional plan to launch sa new administration.ito ba ay coincidence,luck and they had knowledge sa possibility na magakakaroon ng PRRD govt na strong advocate ng strong Federalism? what is the connection of Federalism sa PFL? Well ang sagot kung ang isang bansa ay may strong Federalism ang bawat regional states ay mas malaki ang percentage ng sharing sa GNP and GDP na mapuntanta sa kanila kaysa sa National government kaya bawat regional football clubs and FA ay independtly ay pwedeng directly mag attract ng local or foreign business partners para mag invest sa club na hindi na hihingi pa Approval sa Imperial Manila.

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  8. Imperial manila nanaman! Football and the rest of the sports are devisive as it is. Keep politics out of it!

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    1. Federalism is not politics kundi porma ng gobyerno through charter amendment. Anung tawag mo sa Manila na under Unitary system? eh lahat naka centralize d2 sa NCR. Hindi ba lahat ng commercial leagues (PBA,PSL,PVL)ay produkto ng imperial manila kung divisive talaga lahat ng sports sa Pilipinas ay dapat disperse ang mga sports Clubs nila sa bawat region eh kaso ang liga naka base lahat sa NCR

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    2. Malala ang tama nito

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