30 September 2014

Little Azkals off to Malaysia for training camp

Posted at 09/30/2014 12:03 PM | Updated as of 09/30/2014 12:03 PM

MANILA, Philippines – The Little Azkals of the Philippine Under-12 Boys Football Team are off to Malaysia for an intensive training program, where they will undergo nine days of skill and tactical training under the top football coaches in Asia.
The camp will last until October 7 and will be highlighted by the Little Azkals' participating in the 2014 Borneo Cup at the Likas Stadium in Kota Kinabalu on October 2-4.
The trip to Malaysia is part of a long-term plan to develop the boys to become a formidable team worthy of a shot at the Under-17 FIFA World Cup in 2019.
In 2013, the Little Azkals trained in the United Kingdom under the British Council-PFF Elite Training Program, wherein they competed with the UK's top young football clubs and were taught by experts from the Loughborough University.

Azkals Team Roster for Malaysia friendly


The long awaited return of the Philippine Men's National Team back to the stage. On Saturday 4th of October 2014 the Azkals will start their training camp until Wednesday 8th of October 2014.

On Thursday 9th of October 2014 the Azkals will leave to Kuala Lumpur / Malaysia to play a FIFA friendly match on Saturday 11th of October 2014 against The National Football Team of Malaysia. The squad will return on Sunday 12th of October 2014 back to the Philippines.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Azkals Team Roster for the upcoming Training Camp and the FIFA friendly vs. Malaysia 

GK Patrick Deyto, Nicholas O'Donnel 

DF Amani Aguinaldo, Jeffrey Christiaens, Kenshiro Daniels, Juan Guirado, Anton Del Rosario, Simone Rota, Daisuke Sato, Rob Gier

MF Paolo Bugas, Jason De Jong, Curt Dizon, Christopher Greatwich, Simon Greatwich, Mark Hartman, Manuel Ott, Paul Mulders, Jose Elmer Porteria, Misagh Bahadoran, Carli De Murga

FW Emilio Caligdong, Patrick Reichelt, James Younghusband, Phil Younghusband

Jerry Lucena, Roland Mueller, Mike Ott, Alvaro Silva, Javier Patino and Martin Steuble depending on the release of their overseas clubs.

Ruben Doctora Jr. is currently injured and is not available for the upcoming training camp and match.

Source  : The Azkals FAcebook

29 September 2014

Azkals to play Malaysia

Malaysia FA website confirm that Azkals will play Malaysia in a away friendly on October 11

The friendly will be played at 8.45 pm at Shah Alam Stadium in Selangor

FAM website link

This is the third friendly against Malaysia this year , the first two matches have ended 0-0

Ceres dumps San Beda, 6-0 to top Group A Qualifier

By Jerome S. Galunan Jr.

Defending champion Ceres-La Salle Football Club blanked San Beda FC, 6-nil, yesterday and refused to yield any goal to complete their 2-0 win-loss run in the just-concluded Group A Qualifier of the Philippine Football Federation (PFF)-Smart National Club Championship 2014 played at the North Football Field, Talisay City.
The home squad came out to be too much for visiting Rizal FA’s San Beda side with three goals in the first half led by Fil-Spanish Carlie de Murga’s 19th minute goal.
San Carlos City’s Jayson Panhay scored his first of two in the 28th minute to give Ceres their second goal in the match as veteran forward Adrián Gallardo broke San Beda’s defense to nail the champion’s third goal in the 34th minute.
Playing with high level football, Panhay scored his second goal with two minutes past the resumption of the match to further extend Ceres’ advantage to 4-nil.
The visitors continued to struggle on their defense as they failed to stop the raging Ceres’ attacks. Gallardo struck his second goal in the 54th minute and Kim Sang min sealed the match three minutes later.
On Saturday, the Ceres side demolished the Dipolog, 15-nil.
The Bacolod-based club headed by Korean mentor Cha Soungyooung is bannered by team captain Fil-Spanish defender Juani Guirado, co-skipper and goalkeeper Michael Casas, second choice keeper Bago City-native Eduard Sacapaño, Fil-Ams forward Nate Burkey and defender Jason Sabio, Fil-Belgian wingers Jeffrey Christaeans and Angelo Marasigan, Fil-German midfielders Manny Ott and Patrick Reichelt, Fil-Italian twins Marvin and Marwin Angeles, Talisay City’s Camelo Tacusalme and Jalsor Soriano, San Carlos City’s Arnie Pasinabo Jr., Lemuel Unabia and J Baguioro, as well as foreign reinforcements Irish-Nigerian Orman Okunaiya, German Kevin Capolei, and Koreans Jin ho Kim, Kyum-Son Cho and Yong Chan Son.
“With the win, Ceres FC will advance to the national elimination as the Top team of Group A,” said Paulline Javelona, Group A Qualifier General Coordinator and Negros Occidental Football Association Secretary-General.

In other qualifying matches, Stallion FC topped Group B as M’lang FC made it in Group C.
“We will be waiting for the results of Groups D and E since their matches will start on October 1-3. Edging the Group D is Erco FC of Cebu FA while for Group E is Laos FC from Leyte FA,” described Javelona.

The top teams in the qualifying tournaments will join the top three teams in the 2014 UFL First Division led by defending champion Global FC, Loyola and Kaya FC to complete the eight teams in the national elimination.

The eight teams will then be divided into two groups with top two teams advancing to the crossover semifinals while the winners enter the championship match.
Supervising the Group A Qualifying include: NOFA’s General Coordinator Paulline Javelona and Tournament Commissioner Mike Batales, PFF’s Match Commissioner Bert Honasan and Referees’ Assessor Dennis Estaniel, and referees Steve Supresencia, Kent Guboyan, Joemarie Dignadice and Francia Encalgado./

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28 September 2014

UFL FA League Cup

UFL FA League Cup Sunday

Loyola Meralco Sparks Fc 3-0 Green Archers United

James Younghusband(2) , Caygill

27 September 2014

San Beda blanks Dipolog in opener

September 27, 2014

RIZAL FA’s San Beda FC dumped Dipolog MC FC of Zamboanga del 
Norte-Dipolog FA, seven-nil in Friday’s opener of the Philippine Football 
Federation (PFF)-Smart National Club Championship 2014 Group A Qualifier
 at the North Football Field, Talisay City.
After 40 minutes of scrappy game, Chris Pedemonte scored two 
consecutive goals – of his three, in the 42nd and 45th minutes to give
 San Beda a two-nil advantage in the first half.
In the resumption of the second half,Geno Palampan nailed San Beda’s 
third goal in the 52nd minute as Pedemonte added in the 74th minute to
 extend the lead to four-nil.
With 10 minutes left in the game, San Beda blasted three more goals behind
 CJ Asley Flores (81st), Jef Taycung (84th) and Jay Sobrano (87th) 
to seal the win.
San Beda faces defending champion Ceres-La Salle FC next.
Meanwhile, star-studded Ceres FC is expected to display strong game
 today against visiting Dipolog side.
The Bacolod-based club, headed by Korean mentor Cha Soungyooung,
 will be bannered by team captain Fil-Spanish defender Juani Guirado, 
co-skipper and goalkeeper 
Michael Casas, second choice keeper Bago City-native Eduard Sacapaño,
 Fil-Ams forward Nate Burkey and defender Jason Sabio, Fil-Belgian wingers 
Jeffrey Christaeans and Angelo Marasigan, Fil-German midfielders Manny Ott 
and Patrick Reichelt, Fil-Italian twins Marvin and Marwin Angeles, Fil-Spanish right
 back Carlie de Murga; Talisay City’s Camelo Tacusalme and Jalsor Soriano, 
Sancarlos City’s Arnie Pasinabo Jr., Lemuel Unabia, J Baguioro, and 
Jayson Panhay; and foreign reinforcements Spanish veteran forward 
Adrián Gallardo, Irish-Nigerian Orman Okunaiya, German Kevin Capolei, 
and Koreans Jin ho Kim, Kim Sang min, Kyum-Son Cho, and Yong Chan Son.
Supervising the tournament are Negros Occidental Football Association’s 
Paulline Javelona (general coordinator), Mike Batales (tournament commissioner), 
PFF’s Bert Honasan (match commissioner), Dennis Estaniel (referees’ assessor), 
and referees Steve Supresencia, Kent Guboyan, Joemarie Dignadice,
 and Francia Encalgado.

Published in the Sun.Star Bacolod newspaper on September 27, 2014.

26 September 2014

UFL FA League Cup - Saturday - Results

14:15Global FC
Laos FCRizal Memorial StadiumDetails
17:15Dolphins United FC
Forza FCRizal Memorial StadiumDetails
20:15Kaya FC
Team Socceroo FCRizal Memorial StadiumDetails
Global Fc vs Laos Fc :

Global FC XI : aguinaldo, bahadoran, barbaso, briones, de jong, deyto, elhabib, hoshide, minegishi, rodriguez, sato

83 min Minegeshi (Global)
1-0 FT

UFL postpones games amid schedule conflict

MANILA, Philippines - The United Football League (UFL) has revised its schedule to give way to the games of Ceres-La Salle FC and Stallion FC in the group stage of the Philippine Football Federation (PFF) Smart Club National Championship to be held in Iloilo and Bacolod, respectively.
As per the original schedule of the UFL FA League Cup, the first competition for this year football season in the country’s premier league, Ceres and Stallion both have games on Sunday, September 28 at the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium (RMFS) in Manila.
On the other hand, they are also scheduled to play games in their home provinces for the group stage of the national club championships, which is organized by the PFF, from September 26 to 28.
Reigning and defending national club champs Ceres FC, a club under the Negros Occidental Football Association, will be competing in Group A in Bacolod while Stallion FC, representing Iloilo Football Association, will play in Group B in Iloilo.
According to the new schedule released by the UFL on Friday, September 26, the game of Ceres FC versus Philippine Army FC, originally scheduled on Sunday, September 29, is now moved to October 23 still at the RMFS while the game of between Stallion FC and Manila Jeepney FC, first booked to be on September 29, will now be played on October 20 at the Emperador Stadium.
Meanwhile, the game of Laos FC and Manila All-Japan FC will also be moved from Tuesday, September 30 to Sunday, October 5.
As of press time, Stallion FC already played its debut game for the group stage of the national football stint, conquering Del Monte FC of Bukidnon with a commanding 7-1 victory.
Ceres FC, however, will be playing is first match in Group A on Saturday, September 27 against DMCC FC of Dipolog. -Rappler.com

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25 September 2014

PFF Smart National Club Championship - Group Stage , Stallion , Ceres an M'Lang to finals !


Group A :

Ceres Fc  (NOFA)
San Beda Fc (Rizal)

Friday : San Beda Fc 7-0 DMCC FC
Saturday : Ceres fc 15-0 (TBC) DMCC FC
Sunday : San Beda Fc 0-6 Ceres FC

Host : NOFA , North Football Field, Bacolod City
Sept 26-28

Pic : Ceres Fc starting XI against DMCC Fc from Dipolog

Pic : DMCC Fc

Group B :

Stallion Fc (Iloilo)
Del Monte Fc (Bukidnon)
Adriatico FC (Oriental Mindoro)

Friday : Stallion 7-1 Del Monte
Saturday : Del Monte Fc 4-1 Adriatico Fc
Sunday : Stallion 11-0  Adriatico Fc

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Host : Iloilo FA , CPU Football Field and Barotac Football Plaza
Sept 26-28

Group C :

Zamboanga Hermosa (ZAFA)
M'Lang Fc (North Cotabato)
Tribu Fc (Camarines Norte)

Host : Bukidnon FA (PFF Regional Center, Valencia City)
Sept 26-28

M'Lang FC from North Cotabato won group C and qualified for PFF finals.


Matches to be played on Friday , Saturday and Sunday. Two matches for each team.  
Draw for the matches were scheduled on Thursday evening .

Ceres Fc and Stallion FC  matches in UFL FA  League Cup has been rescheduled  !

Kaya FC rips Forza in UFL FA League Cup

MANILA, Philippines - Kaya FC continued to dominate their foes in Group B of the United Football League (UFL) FA League Cup after dominating the hapless Forza FC, 5-0, at the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium on Thursday, September 6.
Coming off a commanding 9-1 victory against Dolphin United FC last Sunday, the men of Kaya once again demonstrated their supremacy in the field, this time at the expense of Forza.
Kaya FC’s offense went hard on their defenders coming out of the gates sending a multitude of shots on goal, but they were well guarded by Forza FC up until the 35th minute when Louis Clark exposed a defensive lapse following a cross from Diego Barrera. The game went into halftime with Kaya leading Forza, 1-0.
As the game returned into action for the second half, Kaya FC’s offense sustained their cutthroat blitz on their enemy’s territory.
The persistent offense of the yellow shirts resulted in another goal by Clark, this time via an assist by Jovin Bedic.
Clark, who is coming off a 4-goal outing in their win against the Dolphins, did not rest his boots as he racked up the second hat-trick of his UFL career off a pass from Azkals standout Kenshiro Daniels in the 64th minute.
Forza FC’s fatigued offense tried to spark a late game outburst but their gallant effort to tally a score for their squad was too weak for Kaya’s formidable backline.
To strum the final note on Kaya FC’s rhythmic win, Christian Ayew smacked a striking goal from outside the box, ending the game at 5-0 in favor of his club.
Meanwhile, the game between Manila All-Japan FC and Team Socceroo FC concluded in a 1-1 stalemate. -

24 September 2014

UFL FA League Cup Thursday

17:15Kaya FC
Forza FCRizal Memorial Stadium
20:15Team Socceroo FC
Manila All-Japan FCRizal Memorial Stadium
Both matches at Rizal Memorial Stadium

PFF-Smart Club Group Qualifiers set Sept. 26-28

DEFENDING champion Ceres-La Salle FC begins its title retention bid in the Philippine 
Football Federation-Smart National Club Championship 2014 when the Group Qualifier
 kicks off Friday, September 26, at the North Football Field in Talisay City, Negros Occidental.
The Bacolod-based squad will be challenged by Cluster 1 winner Dipolog MC FC, 
representing the Zamboanga del Norte-Dipolog Football Association and Cluster 6 top
 team San Beda FC of the Rizal FA.
Ceres FC defended its title last year with a 2-1 and 1-nil win over the Azkals-studded 
Global FC in a home-and-away format championships played at Panaad Park and 
Stadium which earned them the right to represent the Philippines in the Asean 
Football Confederation (AFC) President’s Cup.
Against three foreign clubs FC HTTU of Turkmenistan, Tatung Company of 
Chinese Taipei, and the Rimyongsu Club of the People’s Republic of Korea
 (North Korea), the home team failed to advance in the tournament’s final stage
 after losing to FC HTTU of Turkmenistan, 2-1.
Ceres-La Salle FC Director Ali Bernard Go said the team is working hard with
 full support of the management to achieve its goal of bringing Philippine football 
to the next level.
While facing the challenges of having several players playing in the national team, 
Go said they have been working closely with the Azkals’ management on how to
 deal with some issues concerning Ceres’ players.
“While the club is looking at some tough tournaments onward, we are also looking 
at arranging details on rendering service to the country. All these events are important
 to us at Ceres, and we are not taking things lightly or selecting which to 
prioritize,” he said.
Go added: “To be in a tournament is an opportunity, but to represent the country
 is an honor.You are playing not only for the prize but for pride. I know the feeling 
because I once wore the national color.”
The Bacolod-based club, headed by Korean mentor Cha Soungyooung, will be bannered 
by team captain Fil-Spanish defender Juani Guirado, co-skipper and goalkeeper 
Michael Casas, second choice keeper Bago City-native Eduard Sacapaño, 
Fil-Ams forward Nate Burkey and defender Jason Sabio, Fil-Belgian wingers 
Jeffrey Christaeans and Angelo Marasigan; Fil-German midfielders Manny Ott and 
Patrick Reichelt, Fil-Italian twins Marvin and Marwin Angeles, Fil-Spanish right back 
Carlie de Murga, Talisay City’s Camelo Tacusalme and Jalsor Soriano,
 San Carlos City’s Arnie Pasinabo Jr., Lemuel Unabia, J Baguioro, and 
Jayson Panhay; Foreign reinforcements Spanish veteran forward 
Adrián Gallardo, Irish-Nigerian Orman Okunaiya, German Kevin Capolei, 
and Koreans Jin ho Kim, Kim Sang min, Kyum-Son Cho, and Yong Chan Son.

Published in the Sun.Star Bacolod newspaper on September 24, 2014.

23 September 2014

Ceres, Pachanga grab wins in UFL FA League

MANILA, Philippines - Ceres-La Salle FC and Pachanga-Diliman FC thwarted their foes to snatch wins in the group stage of the United Football League (UFL) FA League Cup at the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium on Tuesday, September 23.
Capitalizing on their momentum coming off an imposing first game win, Ceres FC dominated Stallion FC, 4-2, to tally their second win in the FA League Cup.
The battle between the two Visayan clubs started off with Stallion FC exhibiting their strength by asserting their way through the heart of their rival’s defense, resulting in an early goal by Jordan Mintah in the 11th minute.
Not long after, UFL rookie Adrian Gallardo answered back with a goal of his own off a pass from Orman Okunaiya in the 14th minute to level the score line at 1-1.
A flurry of attacks coming from both sides marred the remaining minutes of the opening half but no more goals were sunk going into the break.
Azkals standout Patrick Reichelt, who came in as a substitute in the 34th minute, extended the lead for Ceres as he notched one through the middle of the Stallion FC defense in the 50th minute.
With just a single goal separating them from their opponents, Stallion FC continued on with their game, pressuring Ceres on both sides of the pitch but their toothless attacks were easy pickings for veteran goalkeeper Ed Sacapaño.
Reichelt headed another goal into the back of the net off a corner kick in the 57th minute to extend the lead of his squad to 3-1.
Consequently, Stallion retaliated on the other side via a free kick goal by Angel Carrascosa in the 61st minute. The game progressed with Ceres only leading Stallion by a goal, 3-2.
In the dying minutes of the game, veteran defender and Ceres FC skipper Juani Guirado wrote the final sentence of the match as he slipped a final goal in to end the game, 4-2.
Meanwhile, Pachanga FC captured their first win in the tournament by overshadowing Manila Jeepney FC, 4-3.
The action-packed game escalated quickly as back-to-back goals were slithered by both clubs five minutes into the first half courtesy of Pachanga’s Behrouz Khoshgavar and Manila Jeepney’s Arthur Kouassi.
A few minutes after, Kouassi, in an effort to break the deadlock, broke free from his defender and struck a scissor’s kick towards the Pachanga goal but the crossbar denied his shot.
In the 22nd minute of the match, Gerardo Valmayor managed to find a gap on Manila Jeepney’s defense via a pass from his teammate Jafary Dastjerdi and finally break the 1-1 standstill between the two teams.
Pachanga-Diliman was relentless with their offensive blitz forcing the defense of Manila Jeepney FC to give up a penalty kick due to a handball inside the box. Yi Young Park took the penalty and converted, giving his club a 3-1 advantage going into halftime.
Preventing their adversaries from capturing an easy win, Manila Jeepney shifted their offense to full throttle which then led to another goal by Kouassi in the 53rd minute.
The recharged offense of the Manila-based club proved to be instrumental as they managed to pull off a comeback via a penalty kick that was sank by Jahanbakhsh Zabihi Taher to tie the game at 3-3.
Answering back on the other end, Valmayor logged his second goal to extinguish the fired up offense of Manila Jeepney and end the game with a 4-3 score line for his home squad.
Also, to cap off the victories for Tuesday’s UFL action, Loyola Meralco Sparks FC trounced Army FC, 3-1, at the Emperador Stadium while Global FC devoured Dolphins United FC, 12-0. - Rappler.com

Muzangs bow out of AFF Futsal Championship

MANILA, Philippines - The Muzangs were eliminated from contention in the Asean Football Federation (AFF) Futsal Championship after being defeated consecutively by Thailand and Vietnam at the Malawati Stadium in Malaysia.
Coming out of a 4-4 draw against Laos on opening day, the Philippine national futsal team incurred their first defeat in the tournament after being devoured by powerhouse team Thailand, 1-16 on Saturday, September 20.
The Thais are seeded as the world’s number 17 while the Filipinos hold the 92nd spot in the world rankings.
Despite being pounded by the offensive blitz of their foes, the Muzangs exposed a gap in Thailand’s defense in the first half and notched a solitary goal through the efforts of Robert Cañedo.
Meanwhile, proving their might over the lower ranked Philippine team, the Thai side exploded with a 16-goal landslide as proof of their dominant offense coming out of the gates.
To make matters worse for the Muzangs, another loss was tucked under their belts a day after through the hands of world number 47 Vietnam, who beat them 1-11 on Sunday, September 21.
The formidable defense of the national futsal booters of the Philippines held off their rivals to just two goals going into the half preventing an early outburst from the Vietnamese side.
Consequently, nine more goals were tallied for the Golden Stars in the second half to cap off their 11-goal outing in the third day of the group stage of the competition.
United Football League standout and Green Archers United FC player Jovanie Simpron served as the country’s silver lining in the match after bagging the Muzangs only goal in the dying minutes of the final half.
As a result of the two consecutive losses, the Muzangs have officially bowed out of the title contention for the AFF Futsal Championship.
According to Muzangs head coach Red Avelino, they learned a lot from their experience playing with a top quality futsal club.
“This is the first time the Philippines actually played Thailand man to man. We had so many excellent moments during the game matching them one on one. These are World Cup players we were playing against, and we discovered our player's abilities, both strengths and weaknesses. We learned a lot from that experience,” he said.
Avelino added, “Vietnam beat us physically, they consistently applied high pressure, and all of them had excellent conditioning, they were like robots. We matched their speed and endurance, we just ran out of gas. They kept the pace and intensity high from start to finish. Vietnam's physical endurance and conditioning beat us. They capitalized on that split second where our players couldn’t catch up.”
The Muzang will play their final game in the tournament Tuesday, September 23 against Myanmar still at the Malawati Stadium in Shah Alam, Malaysia to cap off their crusade in the regional futsal meet. - Rappler.com

22 September 2014

PFF Smart : Training mode

Monday, SeUM Tagum FC earned a slot in the group stage after winning Cluster 4 against Hooligans FC, Montevista FC and Tandag FC. UM Tagum finished with seven points from two wins and a draw.
Real Marbel FC, on the other, earned their way into the group stage after finishing as the second best club in Clusters 1 to 4 or the Mindanao area.
UC Erco clinched a spot in the group stage after winning the qualifier for Cebu last month. Erco also won the Aboitiz Cup Men’s Open, the usual local qualifier for the Smart Cup, but Erco’s team was then made mostly of Nigerians, forcing the Cebu Football Association to hold another qualifier.
The PFF Smart Club Championship limits a team to only five foreign players.
UC Erco has revamped its roster with players from Erco FC, Bro Nationals and players and alumni from UC. Aside from that, former Azkals striker Ian Araneta is also suiting up for UC Erco.
“Ian is not yet with the team right now but maybe this week, he will join the team’s training and tune-up matches,” said Orale.
Group E will also be played here in Cebu with the group comprised of Leyte FA’s Laos FC, Cagayan de Oro-Misamis Oriental Football Association’s Magis FC and Naga City-Camarines Sur Football Association (NCCSFA) ABC Stars FC.
The winner of each group will advance to the national tournament and will be joined by three clubs from the United Football League.ptember 22, 2014

CEBU CITY representatives University of Cebu Erco-Bro Nationals are winding down their training and are eager to win a slot in the national leg of the Philippine Football Federation (PFF) Smart National Club Championship.
UC Erco will face Davao del Norte Football Association’s (DNFA) UM Tagum FC and Football Association of South Cotabato’s (Fasco) Real Marbel FC in Group D on Oct. 1 to 3 at the Cebu City Sports Center pitch.
“Our practices are still ongoing at Don Bosco and Abellana. We are concentrating on tactical practices since the schedule of games on Oct. 1, 2 and 3 are already final,” Erco FC’s Rodney Orale told Sun.Star Cebu. “As per coach Glen, the team is in good shape. We are still looking at the possibilities since we haven’t seen the teams, particularly the players. We are just doing full training since the schedule of the games, whether it be in the morning or afternoon, hasn’t been finalized yet.”
Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on September 23, 2014.

21 September 2014

AFF Futsal : Philippines 1-11 Vietnam , Philippines 2-20 Myanmar

In the second match of the day, Vietnam defeated the Philippines 11-1 to pick up their second successive win in Group B.
For the first ten minutes of the match, Vietnam found it tough against the Philippines who were quick to cut them off. But then PhungTrong Luan weaved his way through the middle and slammed Vietnam ahead in the tenth minute. Four minutes later, Tran Thai Huy knocked in their second to give Vietnam a two-goal lead at the break.
Vietnam exploded in the second half, netting another nine goals. The goalscorers were Trong Luan (22nd), Pham ThanhDat (25th), Tran Long Vu (26th), Pham DucHoa (27th, 28th, 36th, 39th), Le Quoc Nam (32nd). There was an goal from Robert OmbleroCanedo in the 34th minute.  In the last minute, JovanieSaludaresSimpron converted a penalty for the Philippines.
After today’s matches, Thailand and Vietnam both have six points each. The Thais however remain top of Group B due to a better goal average. Myanmar are third with Laos and the Philippines in fourth and fifth positions.


Tuesday : Myanmar 20-2 Philippines !

UFL FA League Cup Sunday

UFL FA League Cup Sunday

2.15 pm Kaya 9-1 Dolphins United

Kaya XI: Barrera, Bedic, Borromero, Clark, C. Greatwich, Munoz, O'Donnel, Omura, Osei, Porteria, Yaog

Kaya Subs: Ayew, Daniels, Mbata, Soriano, Tanon, D. Del Rosario, Plaza

Dolphins XI: Ayi, Epanti Nkem, Eupena, Fono Simo, Gunda, Herva, Kemadjou Nguimi, Lelis, Lobar, Miravite,Saturina

Dolphins Subs: Baleos, Baron, Dumago, Echin, Salisad

9' GOAL!!! by 's #17 Louis Max Clark left wing assisted inside the box by #19 Jovin H. Bedic

21' C. Greatwich scores for Kaya from a set piece! Ball lands on the lower right corner!

24' Another goal by Porteria. Darts through the middle of DUFC's defense! Score now is Kaya 3 - 0 DUFC.

24' Substition for DUFC: Echin in for Epanti

36' Max Louis Clark 4-0

43' Max Louis Clark 5-0

5-0 HT

Substitutions Kaya: Porteria OUT, Daniels IN. Barerra OUT, Tanton IN. DUFC: Eupenia OUT, Salisad IN

49 ' Max Louis Clark 6-0
52' Kenshiro Daniels 7-0
54' Substitution for DOLPHINS FC #11 Baron IN - #18 Saturinas OUT
61' Jaybone Herva 7-1
74' Substitution KAYA: Borromeo OUT, Soriano IN
84' Ayew 8-1
88' Soriano 9-1
9-1 FT

5.15 pm Team Socceroo 0-3 Laos Fc

TSFC Starting XI : Ankrah, Baya, Casambre, Cleopas, Cuyos, Fermin, Hasegawa, Lunag, Pardo, Park Hae Bin, Maglinas

Laos XI:Altiche, Atienza, Buenaflor, Crotes, Bah. Elhabib, Bad. Elhabib, Mohammedu, Sadeghigarmaroudi, Valeroso, Camara, Franksson

0-1 Franksson (Laos Fc)

0-1 HT
0-2 Gumela (Laos Fc)
0-3 Lord (Laos Fc)
0-3 FT

8.15 pm Manila All-Japan vs Forza

1-0 Noda (MAJ Fc)
1-0 HT
1-1 Johnson (Forza)