The Coup Pals of the POC are digging in, intent on making life miserable for the new President, Bambol Tolentino. They fired the first volley yesterday when they disregarded Bambol’s call for an Executive Board meeting on a variety of reasons. The power struggle in the POC is set to come to a head. Whether it will be before the SEA Games or after, it’s just a matter of time.
The next season promises to be full of excitement, with new storylines and new alliances coming from an outrageously-rich free agent market, from a super-talented draft which produced exciting new faces, and from the evolution of new tactics and techniques that brought in a slew of hybrid players.
Originally posted on Color My World :
Our dear NSA Leaders, We in the Reform Philippine Sports movement appeal to you to stand and remove the…
Manny proved me wrong by showing up really prepared for this fight. Gone was the slow start which gave Jeff Horn the confidence to go toe-to-toe with him in that blunder in Australia. Gone too was the lack of focus, which mixed Senate duties with his fight training. Gone was the plodding, the occasional lack of timing, that tired feeling.
Speed versus power. Experience versus youth. Who you got? My heart goes for Manny, but my head says it could be Keith.
At a young age after college, Christine Banugan had to assume the leadership of their tribal community when her father was gunned down by communists. This is still the sad reality in some of our hinterland barangays.