11 September 2017

U18: Myanmar blast Philippines to go second




YANGON (11 Sept 2017) – Myanmar blasted the Philippines 7-0 to keep in touch with aspirants Indonesia for a place in the next round of the AFF Under-18 Championship here in Yangon.
With Vietnam having secured their place in the semi-finals this year, the pressure was on Myanmar to keep up the pace alongside Indonesia from Group B.
And while it may have taken a while, actually the whole of the first half of the encounter at the Thuwunna Stadium, the floodgates finally opened just six minutes into the restart.
“It was very hard at the start. We were playing under a lot of pressure and that made it difficult at the start,” said Myat Kaung Khant. “But we still managed to win big at the end and that was important.”
The return of suspended keeper Quincy Kammeraad gave the Philippines a lot of confidence as they thwarted a string of Myanmar attempts.
But with the pace picking up in the second half, it was obvious that the lack of fitness was telling on the Philippines side.
And in the 51st minute, the Philippines goal was finally breached when Htet Phyoe Wai ran in down the left for Pyae Sone Naing to score.
Two quick goals later – Win Naing Tun (56th and 63rd minute) ensured the that game is already over as a competition with Myanmar adding further goals through Kaung Khant hat trick (74th, 76th and 90th).
The other goal was scored by Naing Tun in the 85th minute.
“We could only matched them in the first half but the second, the lack of fitness was telling,” added Philippins head coach Jose Aberasturi.
http://www.aseanfootball.org/v2/2017/09/u18-myanmar-blast-philippines-go-second/

18 comments:

  1. We need to pack the team with fil-foreign so that we can show them the gimmick that we are a strong team.

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    1. Another fil-foreign really

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    2. Yung nag champion sa YFL season 1 last summer ay KayaFC U19 and they have very good players born 1999 cause I saw all of their games but mari Aberasturi didn't even show up in one of the games to try and scout players in advance for the AFF Championship ngayon. what he did was go to provinces and select players to tryout for U19 and also select pleayers for NU senior high who will have there inaugural entry this UAAPjrs this year. That's a clever move right and maybe he already knows the players playing in the YFL who are some from the province had already been attached to different Universities here in Manila except NU. The standout YFL players from me who are born 1999 and should be given a call up for U19 are Gavin del Rosario of Ateneo/KayaFc(best GK of YFL), Gio Pabualan of FEU/KayaFC (golden awardee of YFL), Jovan Marfiga of Masbate/KayaFC (best defender of YFL), Alfred Roa of Letran/KayaFC, Nikko Palacio of Ceres/Letran, Renzo Perez of Mendiola/DLSU, Lorenzo Genco of KayaFC (MVP UFL 2016)and 4 others from FEU who were standouts in different YFL clubs, While Shanden vergara of DLSZ/Kaya FC (U19 YFL MVP) was in the line up , he was only used once in the brunei game and was unused for the last 3 matches for the reason that is unknown) You can compare the Brunei game where we scored 2 goals while the last 3 matches we were shutout and that is evident as the midfield was redundant since Indonesia game until myanmar. You can see the midfield was active in Brunei when there best midfielders are there as compared to other games. Maybe we could win against Brunei if only the born 1999 best players was there but having a coach who blames his squad for fitness as an excuse is an impossible task to achieve one game. All i can say is Mari Aberasturi please resign cause these team will be the one to compete in AFC U19 qualifier this November and it will be a total disaster again and again facing Asians best teams while we cant even muster a single win against our South East Asian neighbors.

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  2. These PI coaches always have an excuse. Now it is the players' fitness. With due honesty, the real reason is that the coaching job is way over their heads. -22 GD for 4 games average is 5+ goals given every game. Any coach accepting this is a total loser, should be fired!

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    1. Its a combo of shit coaches and not good enough players. We can literally send the best we've got it still wont be anywhere good enough. We dont have any pedigree at youth level.

      A lot of you talk about the fil-foreigners masking our ability as a footballing nation. It also seems to mask peoples judgement that its only a coaching problem. Theres not enough natural talent its fact.

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    2. "Not enough natural talent" is BS. The GD is -22. The players are grown up U18s from colleges with soccer programs. It is the coaches job to create talent from natural athletic abilities, or to see the talent with potential of being exploited. For a coach to say that the players are not fit, means he did not do his job of putting his team in good 90 min. conditions. Why, they party the night before??

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    3. I agree, "Not enough natural talent" is BS. We are not comparing our youngsters with those of Argentina, Germany, Spain, etc. We are up against Myanmar, Vietnam, Indonesia and Brunei. Are you saying that those countries have more natural talent in soccer than us.

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    4. ^^You're seriously fucking stupid and blind!!!! Give it up already!!!!

      As a matter of fact yes!!! Our Asean neighbours such as the ones you listed have more natural talent than we do!!
      Kaya nga lagi tayo tambak for fucks sake!!!!!!!!! They actually have some players with actual ability with some brains!!!!!

      At the end of the day we dont have any pedigree when it comes to producing proper players!! Until that changes these results will continue!!!

      Yes coaching is part of the problem but in our case mga bano talaga players natin!! History will also tell you so!!

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    5. it's all about coaching system. bakit jp voltes kaya nila talunin ang ceres? kung compare mo individual abilities ng players in every position lamang na lamang ang ceres. pero dahil naccoach sila ng maayos ng mga japanese imports nila may disiplina ang mga local players tactically.

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    6. Nasa coach yung problema bakit yung Brunei lagi naman nating tinatalo yan pero ngayon sila na nakaungos sa atin dahil Japanese coach na in charge sa kanila. Yung nagsasabi na pati players ay may kasalanan ay mali po yun , sila ang kinuha at sila ang pinili. Pag nagsabi ka na wlang natural na talent ang taga dito sa atin nagpapakita ka lng na wla kang alam sa coaching at puro TV lng tinitingnan mo. Try ka mag coach ng mga bata 10 yrs old below ng 5 taon at para malaman mo sinasabi mo. Ang galing nyo mag blame ng homegrowns at puro praise kayo sa Fil foreigner wla naman pala kayong alam how to coach. Mas bano ka yata thats why galit ka sa kapwa homegrowns natin. Insecure ka lng yata at wlang alam sa improvement ng mga bata natin.

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  3. Not so talented Players + terrible coach + lack of preparation and training + low football IQ = Massacre.

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  4. Number one problem is the coaching staff headed by mari aberasturi who dont know how to coach a team because he had a lot of excuses. Number one problem- born 2000 are the majority of players when the competition is about born 1999 and we have many skillful players in that age level. Number two, he selected NU players in majority and let them play the whole 4 games without any maximum rotation expecially the midfield. Number three, his style of play is one dimensional always long ball and counter while playing park the bus in defense. His best midfielders who are not from NU was not played again since Brunei game when they scored 2 goals and almost equalize if they had not taken them out for substitution. Number four , vested interest and favoritism is what these coaches are doing instead of playing first for the country they sacrificed it so their school NU will improved in the coming UAAPjrs tournament as his back four against Vietnam and Myanmar are all from NU. This Mari Aberasturi should resign if he has the pride left in his brain because he almost become a priest in his career but opted to remain a brother for life.

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  5. Mari Aberasturi is a big joke in Philippine football. I hope PFF fires his a$$. But that would be next to impossible since he is Aris Caslib's boy toy. With the score margine in the latest AFF, he should be ashamed of himself! He has been loosing for quite some time already. PFF should get the best coaches, like coaches who won in NCAA, UAAP, YFL, UFL, .... coaches with experience, coaches with winning track records! Coaches who knows how to choose the best players and not do it for his personal interests!

    NU doesn't have a good track record in football but majority of its players are from NU! Politics in Football!

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  6. Mari Aberasturi! Aris Caslib

    Both of you guys is a disgrace to the Phillipine Football Community. Filipino Football will never prosper with your leadership! Guys like you don't deserve to be in the top positions! The results speak for itself!

    Please PFF if you really care about the future of Philippine football, fire this two people and with rest of his men! Lets make a change, let the people who really cares lead with the guidance from top PFF personel who trully cares and loves the Philippines! Its fans, and football itself!


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  7. Aris resign!!! Aberasturi resign!!!

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    1. Erap resign!!!!!

      Lol

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    2. Lol! aris is here.

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  8. Imagine after this humiliating performance this team will also represent the AFC U19 Championship Qualifier this November in Cambodia against China, Myanmar and Cambodia. And to think this Aberasturi guy is still there is a disgrace to Philippine Football

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