'ChalkChallenge: Gabbi Garcia & Khalil Ramos Share Their Favorite Songs For Each Other!

'LSS' stars and real-life couple Gabbi Garcia and Khalil Ramos create the ultimate #GabLil playlist!.....»»

Category: lifestyleSource: abscbn abscbnSep 11th, 2019

In Focus: Khalil Ramos & Gabbi Garcia Turn Their Love For Live Music From Real To Reel

'LSS' stars Gabbi Garcia & Khalil Ramos share their gig experiences, working with their favorite band, and who's currently in their playlist......»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 18th, 2019

Khalil and Gabbi rave over Cebuano street food while on a food crawl in Cebu

CEBU CITY, Philippines — “Ang husay mag luto ng mga Cebuanos.”  (Cebuanos are good cooks.) This was the reaction of Kapamilya actor and singer Khalil Ramos in a recent food crawl in Cebu with his girlfriend Kapuso star Gabbi Garcia. The Kapuso actress released the 28-minute video on her YouTube account on September 7, Saturday, which […] The post Khalil and Gabbi rave over Cebuano street food while on a food crawl in Cebu appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 8th, 2019

Gabbi, Khalil hiyang-hiya sa halikan

Dinaga ang dibdib ni Gabbi Garcia bago humarap sa press kaugnay ng movie nila ng boyfriend na si Khalil Ramos, ang “LSS (Last Song Syndrome)” mula sa Globe Studios......»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsSep 6th, 2019

In Focus: Proof That Khalil Ramos & Gabbi Garcia Are The Most Precious Couple Ever!

We just love how genuinely in love Khalil Ramos and Gabbi Garcia are with each other! Agree?.....»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 14th, 2019

WATCH: Gabbi Garcia and Khalil Ramos star in Ben& Ben’s ’Pagtingin’ MV

MANILA, Philippines – The official music video for Ben&Ben’s song "Pagtingin" is out, and it stars reel- and real-life couple Gabbi Garcia and Khalil Ramos.  In the video, which is directed by Jorel Lising, Gabbi and Khalil play a pair who meet at a party and eventually fall in love over ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 20th, 2019

Gabbi walang pakialam, magpakita man ng puwet si Khalil

TAWANG-TAWA kami sa tinuran ni Gabbi Garcia  na okey lang sa kanyang magpakita ng butt ang BF actor na si Khalil Ramos nang makausap namin silang pareho pagkatapos ng mediacon ng LSS (Last Song Syndrome) ng Globe Studios para sa 2019 Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino na mapapanood na sa Setyembre 13. Ani Gabbi, “Eh kung ........»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 10th, 2019

The Panti Sister, kaabang-abang na entry sa 3rd Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino

MAGAGANDA ang mga entry sa 3rd Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino Film Festival na magaganap sa Sept. 13-20, 2019 sa buong Metro Manila. Inianunsiyo ni Film Development Council of the Philippines Chairperson Liza Diño ang line-up nito. Kabilang dito ang Cuddle Weather nina Sue Ramirez at RK Bagatsing (Project 8 cor San Joaquin Projects), LSS nina Gabbi Garcia at Khalil ........»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsJul 15th, 2019

'ChalkChallenge: Ylona Garcia Sings Disney Songs While Impersonating Ariana, Moira, And More!

Ylona Garcia sings Disney songs while impersonating stars like Ariana Grande, Regine Velasquez, and Billie Eilish!.....»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 2nd, 2019

Eddie Garcia, Aiko Melendez balik-Kapuso

KAPUSO na uli sina Aiko Melendez at Eddie Garcia! Makakasama si Aiko sa upcoming series ng GMA 7 na Prima Donnas kasama sina Katrina Halili at Wendell Ramos habang si Manoy naman ay magiging bahagi ng bagong action-drama series na pagbibidahan sina Gabbi Garcia at Thea Tolentino. Sa kanyang Instagram account, nagpasalamat si Aiko sa […] The post Eddie Garcia, Aiko Melendez balik-Kapuso appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 23rd, 2019

EYES ON YOU, KID: NCAA 95 Jrs. players to watch

The first round of the NCAA 95 Juniors Basketball Tournament is over and done with. And with the second round already underway, we’re getting even more glimpses of the future of Philippine basketball courtesy of these players: MAC GUADANA – Lyceum of the Philippines University ROUND 1 AVERAGES: 18.7 points, 6.6 rebounds, 3.8 assists, 2.1 steals LPU is on the brink of its first playoff appearance in school history – and throughout its quest to do just that, Mac Guadana has been its constant. For a long time, the 6-foot playmaker has stood as the pillar for the Jr. Pirates, but now, he has taken the leap all the way up there as one of the best players in all of high school. The former Batang Gilas guard has been stuffing the stat sheet and is tops in steals, fourth in scoring, and fifth in assists in the league. Without a doubt, he can and he is doing it all in his fifth and final year in maroon and grey. Most importantly, LPU has only followed his lead all the way to a place well inside the playoff picture. Of course, it remains to be seen if the Jr. Pirates can continue their sail to treasure island. What’s certain, though, is that their 18-year-old homegrown star will keep giving his all for them. RHAYYAN AMSALI – San Beda High School ROUND 1 AVERAGES: 16.3 points, 7.2 rebounds, 4.9 assists, 1.7 steals For four years running now, Rhayyan Amsali has been one of the most promising prospects in the Jrs. Now in his last year in high school, he has only brought over all the confidence and capabilities he had honed in National U all the way to San Beda. Now donning red and white, the 6-foot-3 forward has unleashed a more well-rounded game as he is actually the league’s best playmaker while at the same time, its third-best pilferer and fifth-best scorer. And if not for a controversial suspension, he would have also been the frontrunner for MVP as he has been a key cog for the league-leading Red Cubs. Still, what matters most for the now 18-year-old is another championship – and at the end of it all, he may very well be in select company of players who have won two titles in two different high schools in two different leagues. JONNEL POLICARPIO – Mapua High School ROUND 1 AVERAGES: 16.1 points, 10.6 rebound, 2.6 assists, 1.3 blocks The biggest reason Mapua has found itself in the bottom third of the standings is the inconsistency of main man Jonnel Policarpio. From missing the first three games due to personal problems to getting irregular playing time due to mental lapses, the 6-foot-4 energizer has only proven he has got much room for improvement when it comes to intangibles. Still, whenever he’s on the floor, Policarpio has always made his presence felt and that is very much evident with him being the MVP leader even after only playing seven games. However, the league’s top rebounder needs to prove he can stay on the court and lead his team to victory if he wants to have a hold of that top individual trophy and, more importantly, extend his team’s title reign. JUSTINE SANCHEZ – San Beda High School ROUND 1 AVERAGES: 12.5 points, 62.8 percent shooting, 7.5 rebounds Justine Sanchez is turning in a career year in his last year for San Beda. From coming off the bench a year ago to claiming a starting spot for himself, the long-limbed forward is on pace to be hailed as the league’s Most Improved Player. All the proof he needs for that is already there as he is an automatic finisher of set-ups by his teammates, with an astounding 62.8 shooting clip from the field. At the same time, though, he has also shown flashes of shooting and playmaking – showing that even the favorite for Most Improved Player looks like he can still keep growing. JOHN BARBA – Lyceum of the Philippines University ROUND 1 AVERAGES: 20.4 points, 8.4 rebounds, 3.0 assists Mac Guadana does it all, but if and when LPU needs a basket badly, it turns to John Barba. A fearless slasher that boasts of one of the best – if not the best – upper body strengths, the 6-foot-2 swingman can score however he wants once he gets to the paint. That is exactly why he is the league’s second-best scorer. Of course, Barba has to work on his shooting, but as of right now, that hole in his game is only offset by his energy and activity that allow him to haul in offensive rebounds and make good on second chance points. TONY YNOT – San Beda High School ROUND 1 AVERAGES: 10.5 points, 4.7 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 1.3 steals Tony Ynot missed San Beda’s first five games due to a knee injury, but once he was good to go, he did nothing but make an immediate impact. A defensive specialist who made noise in the preseason with a poster block on Jalen Green, the Filipino-American blue-chip recruit in the US NCAA, he is only proving to be more of a two-way force now in his second season in red and white. The 5-foot-11 wing now has the confidence to let it fly from deep or venture inside the paint for a closer look, but when it all boils down to it, defense is and will always be his calling card. RC CALIMAG – College of St. Benilde-La Salle Greenhills ROUND 1 AVERAGES: 20.7 points, 23-of-60 from three, 5.0 rebounds, 1.3 assists, 1.0 steals RC Calimag has always been in love with the midrange shot in his time in DLSZ and now in his second season in LSGH. The 6-foot-2 forward knocks those down at a respectable rate, but his transition into taking more threes this year has unlocked his entire offensive arsenal. Calimag is the league’s top scorer, with a bulk of his output coming from deep where he has hit 23 in total. Without a doubt, he has always been a deadly scorer, but with his outside shot now a legitimate threat, he has become an elite offensive player. JOSHUA RAMIREZ – Colegio de San Juan de Letran ROUND 1 AVERAGES: 15.1 points, 29-of-90 from three, 5.5 rebounds, 2.4 assists Joshua Ramirez’s game will not blow anybody away at all as he is yet to have a skill that will put him above everybody else. What the 6-foot-3 forward is, however, is an all-around player who will do whatever it takes to help out his team – if Letran needs points, he will be there; if Letran needs playmaking, he will be there; if Letran needs defense, he will be there. No doubt about it, he is the quintessential glue guy that any other team will want to have on their side. EMMAN GALMAN – University of Perpetual Help ROUND 1 AVERAGES: 19.5 points, 7.8 rebounds, 2.6 assists, 1.5 steals One word perfectly encapsulates Emman Galman – gunner. The 6-foot-2 swingman is a volume shooter who has the greenest of green lights to take shots for Perpetual. That’s not a bad thing at all, though, because he actually makes good on many of those and finds himself as the third-best scorer in all of the league. SHAWN UMALI – Colegio de San Juan de Letran ROUND 1 AVERAGES: 9.7 points, 8.5 rebounds, 2.6 assists, 1.4 blocks, 1.1 steals What Joshua Ramirez is from the perimeter, Shawn Umali is inside the paint for Letran. The undersized big man will not wow everybody, but his do-it-all game has been the engine that has kept the Squires running for two years now. And don’t let his 6-foot-4 height and wide frame fool you, he actually has great timing and is the league’s fifth-best shot blocker. HONORABLE MENTIONS Yukien Andrada – San Beda High School Gholam Garcia – Jose Rizal University High School CJ Saure – Colegio de San Juan de Letran Ezdel Galoy – University of Perpetual Help --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 17th, 2019

FIBA: Alapag humbled and honored to be considered as next Gilas coach

MACAU — Gilas Pilipinas has no head coach following Yeng Guiao’s resignation last week. Several names have been mentioned as possible replacements and one such name has been that of Jimmy Alapag. Alapag, who hit perhaps the most significant shot in Gilas history back when he was still playing, has seen the posts and comments on social media. Coach Jimmy is honored to be mentioned but says that kind of stuff is way out of his control. “It’s hard to comment because that decision-making process is out of my control. But I’ve seen the comments and it’s humbling,” Alapag told a handful of Filipino reporters here. “It’s an abosolute honor. You all know how much the Gilas program means to me,” he added. Gilas legend Jimmy Alapag is humbled and honored to be considered as next head coach of the national team ????????????#Gilas #GilasPilipinas #FIBAWC #PBA2019 — Paul Kennedy Lintag (@paullintag8) September 17, 2019 Coach Yeng’s resignation from Gilas came at the heels of the national team’s last-place finish in the 2019 FIBA World Cup. Despite losing by a combined 147 points in China, Alapag says Gilas is still more than capable of competing against the world’s best, it’s just a matter of putting it all together overall. The countdown for the national team is at four years as the country will be the main host of the 2023 World Championships. “This last World Cup, it was tough. I think we all know it wasn’t our best performance and we’re capable of much better. It happens,” Alapag said. “Rather than blame anyone or anything like that, it’s just a matter of how can we move forward and be better. We have time to prepare but that time will pass really fast so it’s gonna be important for whoever makes the decision that we understand what we want to do,” he added. There’s no clear favorite on who will take over as head coach for Gilas Pilipinas. But if Alapag gets the call, he’s ready to go. “I would be ready,” he said. “I think that job is a unique opportunity but it’s also a huge responsibility. We all know how passionate we are about basketball, I share that same passion. If ever that were the case, we’ll see,” Alapag added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 17th, 2019

IN PHOTOS: The ABS-CBN Ball looks of Coleen Garcia-Crawford

MANILA, Philippines — Coleen Garcia has always been among the public's favorite female personalities since she started her showbiz career. Coleen started in TV commercials, then to become a regular host on It's Showtime. She then left to concentrate on movies and TV projects such as Pasion de Amor, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 10th, 2019

Three stunning ladies in search for truth in ‘Beautiful Justice’

Sought-after stars Yasmien Kurdi, Bea Binene and Gabbi Garcia are the three lead actresses of GMA’s newest drama-action series “Beautiful Justice,” which premieres tonight on GMA Network. They will bring…READ.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsSep 8th, 2019

Enchong, Maymay, Marlo, Khalil bibida sa ika-20 anibersaryo ng Knowledge Channel

Bukod kina Maymay Entrata at Khalil Ramos, mapapanood pa rin si Enchong Dee sa bagong season ng “AgriCOOLture” na sisiyasatin naman ang malaking potensiyal ng agrikultura. “Masaya kasi para kaming nagtatanim ng seeds sa kaalaman at utak ng mga bata na I’m sure dadalhin nila kapag napanood nila ‘yung show ni Maymay, show namin. We’re […] The post Enchong, Maymay, Marlo, Khalil bibida sa ika-20 anibersaryo ng Knowledge Channel appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 8th, 2019

Yasmien, Gabbi break the glass ceiling

Yasmien Kurdi and Gabbi Garcia, along with Bea Binene, are women in love in the GMA Telebabad drama-action series Beautiful Justice......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 2nd, 2019

Mas fierce, ready sa daring roles Gabbi ‘di napabebe

Limang taon pa lang sa showbiz si ­Gabbi Garcia bilang isang ­Kapuso. Pero hindi lamang malalaking ­programa ng GMA-7 ang ipinagkakatiwala sa kanya ng network, bilang celebrity endorser ay masasabing nakagawa na rin siya ng ­sariling pangalan......»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsSep 1st, 2019

Karla, Gabbi, Moira dinamay ng mga basher ni Julia

Kasunod ng pagbuwelta sa Twitter kamakailan ng aktres na si Julia Barretto kaugnay sa mga isyung kinasasangkutan nito, partikular sa pag-iwan umano kay Joshua Garcia kung saan nilinaw nito ang totoong sitwasyonnila ni Joshua, binuksan na rin niya ang comment sectionsa kanyang Instagram......»»

Category: newsSource:  abanteRelated NewsAug 6th, 2019

Maraming cover songs sa SMULE… JC Garcia may big event ngayong Sabado sa Filipino Cultural Center

Aside sa concert ni JC Garcia kasama ng kanyang Projex Inx Band sa iba’t ibang parte ng San Fran­cisco ay mapapa­nood si JC sa sikat na online Karaoke na SMULE, na kina­babaliwan ngayon ng ating mga kaba­bayan sa buong mundo. Hanep ang mga cover song na kinakanta ni JC from old songs to millennials. Ilan ........»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 26th, 2019

Yasmien magpapakalbo para da serye ng GMA

BINIGYAN agad ng bagong teleserye si Gabbi Garcia ng Kapuso Network dahil balitang tuluyan nang na-shelve ang sinimulang programa ng dalaga na Rosang Agimat. Hindi na muna itutuloy ng GMA ang nasabing serye dahil namatay na nga ang premyadong senior actor na si Eddie Garcia na kabilang sa cast. Makakapareha naman ni Gabbi si Derrick […] The post Yasmien magpapakalbo para da serye ng GMA appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 21st, 2019

PBA: Terrence Jones new tropa wants to send him back to the NBA

Over the last couple of seasons, the PBA has seen its share of super imports. Ginebra’s Justin Brownlee immediately comes to mind. Meralco’s Allen Durham and Phoenix’s Eugene Phelps fit in that mold too. Alaska’s Mike Harris is in that list as well. The uber-talented Glen Rice Jr. could have made it if he just got it together. But for the 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup, TNT brought not just any other import. Tired of underperforming for the past few conferences, the KaTropa went ahead and signed former Houston Rockets forward Terrence Jones for the mid-season joust. With Jones, TNT went the super — SUPER — import route and it has been worth every penny for the KaTropa, at least so far.   ROCKET MAN Many former NBA players have played in the PBA before, that’s not a new thing. But what makes Jones special is that he’s at his peak of his powers now as he plays his first stint in the PBA. Jones is a former first-round pick and was a legitimate NBA contributor. In his best NBA season, in 2013-2014 for Houston, Jones started 71 games and had career-high numbers of 12.1 points and 6.9 rebounds per game. This dude is legit. “Oo iba, iba siya talaga,” guard RR Pogoy said of Jones. (Yes, he’s really different). In just one conference, Pogoy and Jones have clicked as teammates. Terrence has admitted that RR is one of his favorite local targets when he’s trying to spot an open teammate when opposing teams double on him. Pogoy admits that Jones is one of the best, if not the best, import he’s ever played with. “Pwedeng-pwede pa siya talaga sa NBA eh. Iba yung skills niya,” he added. (He could still play in the NBA. His skills are just different).   THE DIFFERENCE TNT has ran pretty much the same system for years. Whether you like this team or now, they know what style they want to play andd they identify players that fit that system well. The KaTropa have dominated the PBA without a traditional big man. Ask other teams, they’ve been blindsided and bamboozled by a TNT offense led by diminutive point guards like Jimmy Alapag and Jayson Castro. However, the KaTropa have hit another rough patch. The team hasn’t made it to the PBA semifinals since 2017. Their 2018 campaign was a lot like the horror 2016 year with the only difference being three seasons ago, they actually made it to the semifinals of the Governors’ Cup as a no. 1 seed. Last year, they won zero playoff games and missed the playoffs altogether once so in essence, 2018 was a worse nightmare for the KaTropa. It didn’t help that in the previous All-Filipino, they were practically a missed 24-second violation away from ending the San Miguel Beer Philippine Cup dynasty. The winning formula no longer works for TNT. Or at the very least, it’s not as effective. Enter Terrence Jones. “Malaking tulong talaga siya sa team namin. Kung ano yung kulang samin, parang fit na fit talaga siya eh. Napa-dali na lang yung mga buhay namin sa basketball,” Pogoy said of Jones. (He’s a big help to our team. What we lack, he fits right in. Our basketball lives are easier with him). “Yung rebounding tsaka yung pagka-shot blocker niya [malaking tulong]. Naiilang din yun kalaban namin eh, sa rebound naman naco-control namin kasi may malaki na kami, yun naman talaga kulang namin,” Pogoy added. (His rebounding and his presence as a shot blocker is a huge help). In 10 games so far, Jones is averaging 14.9 rebounds per game. That may not seem much for an import but he’s never had fewer than 10 in a game and has hit a high 22 rebounds. His shot blocking has helped TNT shore up its overall defense as well with Jones averaging 2.9 rejections a game with his three best performances coming against Columbian (7 blocks), Ginebra (6 blocks), and San Miguel (5 blocks). The last two teams feature perhaps the two best frontlines in the league today by a wide margin. Aside from his defensive presences, Jones is a force on offense as well, averaging 34.5 points on close to 50 percent shooting. He’s hit over 30 points eight times and over 40 points four times. Scoring will be a given for a player of his caliber but what sets him apart is his ability to locate open teammates and willingly pass the ball to them. Jones is good for at least four assists in every game and he’s topped out at 16 dimes so far. In 10 games, he’s rounding up to 7.7 assists per outing which leads all imports, and the whole league actually. “Talagang willing passer siya, hinahanap din niya talaga yung mga kasama niya. Kumbaga di niya inaako lahat yung scoring load,” forward Troy Rosario said of his new frontcourt tandem in Jones. (He’s a willing passer. He really tries to find his teammates and he’s not trying to shoulder all the scoring load). “Kami ready pa rin kami lagi. Syempre yung experience niya sa NBA talagang pinapakita niya dito, natutulungan din niya kami kung saan kami dapat lumugar sa plays kasi advanced na siya eh, kahit di na sabihin ni coach alam na niya dapat gawin,” he added. (We’re just ready as locals. He’s really showing his NBA experience here, he’s helping us to where we need to be on plays because he’s so advanced he knows what to do even before coach tells us).   THE LEADER Aside from putting up big numbers across the board, there’s one underrated factor about Terrence Jones that has led to him making a positive impact on TNT. Jones made an effort to be a leader for the KaTropa and his teammates have rallied behind him for sure. The result is in the way they play and the way they win in the Commissioner’s Cup. “I think it’s come to them [TNT locals] listening and understanding that I have a little experience on what it takes to try to win and be a good teammate,” Jones said of his leadership role with the KaTropa and how it worked out. “They listened and understood that and we’ve been having fun ever since,” he added. TNT is full of alpha-level players but Jones’ NBA resume has certainly helped in making them line up behin their import and provide support. The the KaTropa have been running like a well-oiled machince with that set up. “Leadership pa lang niya ang laking tulong na samin. As locals, ginagawa lang namin kung ano dapat namin gawin para maka-contribute din and para matulungan din siya,” Rosario said. (His leadership alone is a big help for us. As locals, we just try to do what we need to do to contribute and to help him out). “Magaling siya, isa talaga siya mga leader namin ngayon. Talagang nili-lift up niya kami, di lang sa salita pati sa gawa,” Pogoy added. (He’s great, he’s one of our leaders now. He really lifts us up not just with words but with action as well)   THE LONG ROAD BACK TO THE ASSOCIATION It would be incredible if TNT ends up having Terrence Jones as a resident import the same way Ginebra has Justin Brownlee or Phoenix has Eugene Phelps or Meralco having Allen Durham. However, the KaTropa know that their super import still has a good shot of returning to the NBA and they plan on helping him get back there. “Syempre goal namin makapasok sa playoffs, nagawa na namin yun. Ang susunod na step is next round sa playoffs. Malaking tulong din yun sa kanya kasi yung pangalan niya bumabango ulit,” Rosario said. (Our goal is to make the playoffs and we did that. Now the next step is to get to the next round of the playoffs. That’s a big help for him to get his name out there again). “Preparation na rin kasi alam namin na after dito, meron siyang invites sa mga training camps,” he added. (It’s also good preparation because we know after this, he has some invites to camps). With TNT at 9-1 and a top-2 seed in the playoffs, the team is certainly favored to win in the Commissioner’s Cup. And perhaps one of Jones’ best ways to once again get some traction is to put up great numbers for a championship team in a big league like the PBA. There’s a big check mark on the numbers part and while he can’t win a title by his lonesome, Jones has an entire tropa that has his back. “Lalo na kung mag-champion kami, mabango yung pangalan niya di ba?” Pogoy said. (If we win the championship, that’s good for his name, right?). “Marami naman nags-scout diyan, nakikita siya and maganda pinapakita niya. Feel ko [kaya bumalik sa NBA],” he added. (There’s people that scout him, seeing him and how good he’s been performing. I feel [he can make it back to the NBA]). Of course, winning a PBA championship does not directly award Jones and NBA roster spot. However, he appreciates that his team backs him up in that regard. Right now TNT’s super import is just concerned about playing well with his team and winning more games. “I appreciate it, I wish nothing but the best for all my teammates as well,” Jones said. “I hope you guys see that while we’re playing, we’re smiling and enjoying one another when anybody scores. It’s just like a family atmosphere,” he added.   — Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 16th, 2019