Calling for unity is one thing. Making it happen is another. In the fractious world of Philippine sports, you have to own up to some difficult decisions at times.
It is now abundantly clear that some people in the POC have never been after the welfare of the athletes, but look at them instead as indentured servants. The problem they now face is a leadership that will not back down or bend over for them.
The real problem of sports in our country is that the people who really care about sports don’t have money, while the people who have money don’t really care about sports.
The campaign to win back our pride in Philippine Sports does not end with the ouster of Peping. We must continue pushing, so that the new POC does not think it’s ‘business as usual’ for them.
Finally! After an eternity of ineptitude and dismal performances, Philippine Sports is given a reprieve. For 13 years, Peping Cojuangco had ruled ruthlessly over Philippine
This article is a repost from Game Time of thecorpsmag.com (29 January 2017 edition). Thecorpsmag.com is a blogsite of former cadets of the Philippine Military