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Albayalde bids team NCRPO goodbye

TWO days before he officially assumes his new post as chief of the Philippine National Police, soon-to-be Police Director General Oscar D. Albayalde yesterday bade farewell to officers and men of the National Capital Region Police Office and encouraged them to continue to be the ‘show window’ of the 190,000-strong….....»»

Category: newsSource: journal journalApr 16th, 2018

I love you forever : Heartbroken Sean Manganti bids Adamson goodbye | Inquirer Sports

Its almost ironic that the man who consistently broke University of the Philippines heart got his soul crushed by the very team he had a knack of hurting. Sean Manganti bid goodbye to Adamson Universi.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsNov 30th, 2018

‘I love you forever’: Heartbroken Sean Manganti bids Adamson goodbye

It's almost ironic that the man who consistently broke University of the Philippines' heart got his soul crushed by the very team he had a knack of hurting. Sean Manganti bid goodbye to Adamson University after Soaring Falcons lost to the Fighting Maroons, 89-87, in a heartbreaker in the UAAP Season 81 men's basketball tournament Final Four Wednesday at Smart Araneta Coliseum. Left in tears and carrying a bevy of emotions, Manganti was the personification of grief as he walked out of the Big Dome having played his last game in the UAAP. "I love you forever," said Manganti of Adamson. "The school and the team will always be a big part of me, they are the reasons for who I am ...Keep on reading: ‘I love you forever’: Heartbroken Sean Manganti bids Adamson goodbye.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 29th, 2018

TNT bids goodbye to import Stacy Davis

MANILA, Philippines – For the second time in the 2018 PBA Governors' Cup, the TNT KaTropa have given their import the pink slip.  The KaTropa bid goodbye to reinforcement Stacy Davis after a rather lackluster showing that saw the team lose three games with him on board. "We're gonna change it kasi ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 2nd, 2018

Aldin Ayo signs six-year deal with UST

Aldin Ayo has formalized his transfer to University of Santo Tomas and reportedly signed a long term deal. The Varsitarian, the school's official publication, broke the news early Friday, finally ending speculations on the mentor's next destination after he left La Salle. READ:Ayo bids La Salle goodbye, hints at differences in handling team Ayo is reportedly signing a six-year contract with UST, giving him ample time to turn around a basketball program which is in dire need of a reboot. EXCLUSIVE: Former La Salle coach Aldin Ayo confirms he will coach the Growling Tigers for the next six years. Ayo said IPEA officials will make official announcement on Jan. 11. pic.twitte...Keep on reading: Aldin Ayo signs six-year deal with UST.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 5th, 2018

Ayo bids La Salle goodbye, hints at differences in handling team

Aldin Ayo finally broke his silence surrounding his coaching situation and bid La Salle goodbye on social media late Tuesday. The fiery mentor, who is reportedly set to jump ship to University of Santo Tomas after a short stint with the Green Archers, thanked the school brass and its top supporters for the two-year stay. "Much gratitude to Boss ECJ (Eduardo Cojuangco), the Managers, School Heads, the De La Salle community, all of the Green Archers fans," said Ayo on Twitter. "The two years I have spent with the Archers are two well-spent years indeed." Much gratitude to Boss ECJ, the Managers, School Heads, the De La Salle community, all of the Green Archers fans. The two ye...Keep on reading: Ayo bids La Salle goodbye, hints at differences in handling team.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 3rd, 2018

DOC VOLLEYBALL: A Battle of Generations

At long last, perhaps the most anticipated finals match in PVL history has been set. Showing dominance and proving why they are the defending champions despite some minor stumbles, the Creamline Cool Smashers barged their way into the Finals uncontested by dispatching a gritty dark horse in the Petro Gazz Angels. On the other hand, proving that their modern approach to the sport can trump experienced veterans, the Ateneo-Motolite Lady Eagles are proving to be one of the most formidable collegiate teams in the country under the helm of a new head coach. While old and new fans of the Ateneo community will be torn between cheering for the former Queen Eagles Alyssa Valdez, Jia Morado and Fille Cainglet-Cayetano and the current Queen Eagles in Bea De Leon, Maddie Madayag and Ponggay Gaston, it is also of particular interest how Creamline head coach Tai Bundit will defend his trophy from his Ateneo successor Oliver Almadro. While Bundit has laid the foundation for a modern approach to the sport during his stint in Ateneo, Almadro on the other hand has taken it a step further in terms of intricacies in attack strategy. The dream finals match couldn’t be more interesting from a technical point of view as it is an arms race of volleyball modernization stemming from similar schools of thought. Creamline Cool Smashers: The OG New School Ever since coach Tai Bundit took the reins for the Ateneo Lady Eagles, the local volleyball scene has been introduced to numerous innovations that inarguably helped ALE seize a pair of crowns in the UAAP. Modern strategies such as the Setter-Open-Middle rotation, libero getting second ball when setter digs, fast pin plays, to name a few. For a good couple of years, the advancements brought about by Bundit have been a bane even for perennial champion coaches in the collegiate scene. As expected, most teams followed suit in order to adapt and challenge the new system introduced. Though the Bundit riddle has been challenged and conquered in the collegiate scene, Tai’s system still holds an iron grip in the professional scene despite everyone else following suit and that is primarily because of his connection with long time apprentices Alyssa Valdez and Jia Morado coupled with supplementation of astounding players in Jema Galanza, Kyla Atienza and Melissa Gohing to name a few. Despite a surprising upset to start of their PVL Open Conference journey, the Creamline Cool Smashers continued to defy odds in exerting dominance given a handicapped line-up for the most part of the season. Regardless of key players like Michele Gumabao, Risa Sato, and Pau Soriano missing action for a number of games, the trio of Valdez, Morado and Galanza have been sufficient in holding off the competition as shown by the team’s performance in serve, passing, setting, and attack – skill departments that are highly influenced by the aforementioned trio. On the other hand, the absences of Sato, Gumabao and Soriano have definitely influenced their sub-par blocking performance since these three players have the major responsibility of setting up the net defense. It is of no surprise that in order to compensate the block, the Cool Smashers have intensified their serving to at least disrupt opponents' attack strategy. Coupled with exceptional floor defense by Atienza in transition, Morado had little difficulties in setting up counter attacks throughout the tournament.   With a full force line-up coming from the semis into the finals, the Creamline Cool Smashers are at their deadliest and all set to defend their crown. With few attack options on the right side as both middles rarely prove threatening with a slide attack, it is expected that the Creamline offense would still be heavy from the left pins care of Valdez and Galanza. The Lady Eagles would certainly load up their tallest players Madayag, De Leon, and Kat Tolentino to shut down the left pin. As such, the most crucial performance that could spell the difference in the finals series would be from opposite player Gumabao. Though Morado usually opts for combination x-plays in the middle to ease off some burden from the left, the Lady Eagles have proven disciplined enough with their block that combination plays rarely work against them. Should Gumabao exert significant threats from the right and if Bundit can develop her right back row attack in time, the Cool Smashers can circumvent one of Ateneo’s strongest suit which is their block and capitalize on their sub-par floor defense to eventually defend the crown. Ateneo-Motolite Lady Eagles: Paving Their Own Path Just when the future of the Ateneo Lady Eagles went uncertain with the exit of Bundit, Almadro’s takeover proved to be a major step in the right direction as witnessed in their remarkable performance for their first major tournament. For a team with a good mix of veterans and rookies, going toe to toe with top club teams in the country bids a bright future for the team as well as making them a significant contender in the upcoming collegiate league. The match-up against their predecessors, the Creamline Cool Smashers, is not just a treat for the fans but for volleyball analysts as well since it will be highly interesting how Almadro has brought about innovations to the framework established by his predecessor and how he will use it to his advantage. Right off the bat, the best change Almadro implemented upon his succession is relegating Kat Tolentino to the opposite position. The right wing couldn’t be a more perfect position for Tolentino since she can maximize her height and power advantage to rack in the points while minimizing burden on her weakness which is floor footwork and defense. While it’s true that we have seen some players shine in the opposite position in the past, Tolentino’s height, power, and ability to be a significant threat even from the back row makes her a cut above the rest. Almadro’s approach of having a tall, dominant, hitter from the right is a step to a modern approach employed even by top foreign teams. Another noticeable shift in Almadro’s system is the lack of reliance on combination x-plays. While some teams employ such strategy as a bread and butter on offense, the Lady Eagles have moved on from the outdated strategy and have only utilized such attack to break monotony. With a tall, dominant hitter from the right and deadly middles given a good pass, setter Deanna Wong is rarely forced to bunch up the attack in the middle in the hopes of confusing the block when she can separate the defense with fast sets to the pins. Almadro’s inclination towards safe and consistent pin play instead of fancy combination plays proves that he is taking the team to a more modernized approach. While the Ateneo-Motolite Lady Eagles have been stellar in both net defense and attack, a glaring limitation too hard not to notice in the sub-par passing and floor defense. No matter how threatening Madayag and De Leon are from the middle, inconsistent passing would severely limit their output and threat imposed from the middle. With Creamline notably deadly from the service line and having a full force line-up that can finally establish a decent wall on the net, it would be of utmost priority for the Lady Eagles to slow down the serve with high passes and consistent distribution of back row and pipe attacks. In a similar way, the Lady Eagles are pressed to be aggressive with the serve as the main advantage of Creamline is consistency in passing care of Gohing. Ateneo-Motolite cannot afford to be lax or careless with the serve as a good pass almost always converts for a point for Morado and company. Though the Lady Eagles have proven formidable with the block, Valdez is still expected to plow and muscle through with her attacks hence Almadro’s ability to quickly adjust the floor defense pattern would spell the outcome of the game for the Lady Eagles. Catch Game One of the PVL Open Conference Finals on December 5, Wednesday, 6 PM on LIGA, LIGA HD, iWant and via livestream......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 4th, 2018

3,200 cops deployed in Metro Manila for Bonifacio Day

The National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) deployed 3,200 police officers to ensure safe observance of the Bonifacio Day on Friday.   The police have also coordinated with concerned government agencies, local government units (LGUs), and non-government organizations (NGOs) to ensure an orderly and peaceful celebration, Sr. Insp. Myrna Diploma of the NCRPO Public Information Office said in a message sent to reporters.   "Ang Team NCRPO ay nagdeploy ng 3,200 personnel in coordination with concerned government agencies with the support of LGUs and NGOs para siguraduhing maayos at mapayapa ang ating paggunita sa araw ng ating dakilang bayani na si Gat Andres Boni...Keep on reading: 3,200 cops deployed in Metro Manila for Bonifacio Day.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 30th, 2018

Sean Manganti bids farewell to Adamson: I love you forever

      MANILA, Philippines – It was a series for the history books. But unfortunately for Adamson star Sean Manganti, it didn't go the Falcons' way.  With UP’s sneaky entry to the UAAP Season 81 Finals, Adamson was left as the only team that has yet to make it to the championship round since ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 28th, 2018

Former actor Bodie Cruz bids goodbye to brother Teejay | Inquirer.net

Former actor Bodie Cruz bids goodbye to brother Teejay | Inquirer.net.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsNov 22nd, 2018

Patricia Fox bids PHL goodbye as she flies back to Australia | News

Australian missionary nun Patricia Fox has left the Philippines Saturday night after a long- and hard-fought battle not to deported back to her native country......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsNov 3rd, 2018

LOOK: PNP’s top brass inspect Cubao bus terminals

Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Director General Oscar Albayalde and National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) Director Guillermo Eleazar personally inspected the security in bus terminals in Cubao, Quezon City two days before All Souls' Day. Albayalde, Eleazar, along with PNP Spokesperson C/Supt. Benigno Durana Jr. and Quezon City Police District (QCPD) Director C/Supt. Joselito Esquivel, checked on Wednesday the police personnel deployed at the ordinary bus terminal inside Araneta Center as some passengers have started to travel towards their respective provinces. During the inspection, the PNP chief also climbed into a bus to assess the readiness of a driver t...Keep on reading: LOOK: PNP’s top brass inspect Cubao bus terminals.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 31st, 2018

P54.4M worth of ‘shabu’ seized in Caloocan City

Around P54.4 million worth of suspected "shabu" was seized by the police in Caloocan City Monday.   Initial report from the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) said the illegal drugs were confiscated from three suspects behind the Victory Liner Terminal Compound in Monumento, Caloocan City at around 10:30 a.m.   The said "shabu" is estimated to weigh around eight kilograms, the NCRPO said.   Philippine National Police Chief Director General Oscar Albayalde and NCRPO chief Police Director General Guillermo Eleazar rushed to the area to inspect the confiscated evidence.   Please refresh this page for updates. /je...Keep on reading: P54.4M worth of ‘shabu’ seized in Caloocan City.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 29th, 2018

LOOK: Erik Matti bids goodbye to Darna Liza Soberano

Image: Instagram/@erikmatti Director Erik Matti bade goodbye to 'Darna' lead star Liza Soberano on Wednesday, Oct. 10, in an Instagram post. As the director who had worked on 'Darna&.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsOct 11th, 2018

Google bids goodbye to its social network, Google+

Google announced on Monday that it will cease operations of Google+, its own social network, after a data breach similar to that of Facebook’s was revealed to the public. In March, the search engine company discovered “a bug” that affected and exposed at least 500,000 profiles of its users for three years when it was […] The post Google bids goodbye to its social network, Google+ appeared first on Interaksyon......»»

Category: newsSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsOct 9th, 2018

Goodbye bukbok? Gov’t to inspect imported rice before shipment to PH

MANILA, Philippines – After getting flak over  bukbok  or weevil-infested rice, the Department of Agriculture (DA) announced that a government team will check  rice bound for the Philippines before the imports are loaded and shipped to the country. Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol announced on Tuesday, October 2, that the DA and ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsOct 3rd, 2018

WATCH: PNP arrests Trillanes inside Senate

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine National Police (PNP) was extra careful in arresting Senator Antonio Trillanes IV . Just minutes after the arrest warrant was released by the Makati Regional Trial Court Branch 150, the PNP chief Director General Oscar Albayalde ordered the arresting team to first pay a courtesy call ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 25th, 2018

Blogger faces charges for posting bomb rumors

BLOGGER Andrew “Drew Olivar”, initially known for his controversial video about federalism, will face charges for posting bomb rumors on his social media account, according to Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Oscar Albayalde on Monday morning. Albayalde’s statement comes after Director Guillermo Eleazar of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO), told reporters on September [...] The post Blogger faces charges for posting bomb rumors appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsSep 24th, 2018

NCAA: Red Cubs, Staglets boost bids for Final Four

STANDINGS LSGH 10-2 MAPUA 9-3 SAN BEDA 9-4 JRU 7-6 PERPETUAL 5-6 ARELLANO 5-6 LPU 5-7 SAN SEBASTIAN 5-8 LETRAN 3-8 EAC 2-10 San Beda High School stayed within striking distance of the top two and San Sebastian College-Recoletos stayed alive and kicking in the NCAA 94 Juniors Basketball Tournament. The two teams made sure the Final Four remained a nine-team race following separate well-earned wins on Thursday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. The Red Cubs stood strong in the middle periods to take care of business against Emilio Aguinaldo College, 80-71. Winderlich Coyoca built on his breakout game the last time around with 18 points, four steals, two rebounds, and two assists in this one while Winston Ynot and Kent Pelipel chipped in 13 and 11 markers, respectively. Trailing by one after the opening salvo, San Beda turned it on and dominate their opponents by a score of 46-32 in the second and third quarters. That double-digit lead would be more than enough for their ninth win in the last 11 games following a 0-2 start to the season. At 9-4, the Red Cubs are breathing down the necks of top two teams 10-2 College of St. Benilde-La Salle Greenhills and 9-3 Mapua High School. Third-running San Beda also gained separation from fourth-running Jose Rizal High School after it fell to the Staglets, 51-56. Milo Janao did the heavy lifting as always with 19 points and seven rebounds while JP Timbancaya contributed 10 markers and six boards of his own. Behind those two, the Staglets took the fight out of their opponents and charged to 5-8 – still well in contention in the tournament. John Amores paced the Light Bombers with 16 points on top of seven rebounds and three assists. He was the lone scorer in double-digits, however, and as such, saw his squad fail to build on its big-time upset of the Red Robins a week ago. Still, with a 7-6 record, JRU stayed at solo fourth all of University of Perpetual Help (5-6), Arellano High School (5-6), Lycuem of the Philippines University (5-7), Baste (3-8), and even Colegio de San Juan de Letran (3-8) right behind. Meanwhile, the loss pushed the Brigadiers to the brink now at 2-10. BOX SCORES FIRST GAME SAN SEBASTIAN 56 – Janao 19, Timbancaya 10, Are 6, Gomez 6, Loristo 4, Cortes 4, Balo 3, Perez 2, Suico 2, Baclaan 0, Cruz 0, Dela Cruz 0, Austria 0 JRU 51 – Amores 16, Vasquez 7, Bucoy 7, Ganut 6, Icban 4, Dionisio 3, Portales 3, Baluyut 2, Sy 2, Mangio 1, Delos Santos 0, Fortuna 0 QUARTER SCORES: 11-10, 29-25, 38-36, 56-51 SECOND GAME SAN BEDA 80 – Coyoca 18, Ynot 13, Pelipel 11, Llarena 9, Estacio 8, Oliva 7, Lazaro 6, Andrada 4, Talampas 2, Valencia 2, Sanchez 0, Alcantara 0, Calibo 0 EAC 71 – Ilustrisimo 16, Boado 14, Sanosa 9, Balowa 7, Murillo 7, Quebral 6, Lozano 4, Sumagaysay 4, Encila 2, Mejia 2, Pascual 0, Calara 0, Rivera 0 QUARTER SCORES: 13-14, 38-28, 59-46, 80-71 --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 20th, 2018

Rescue operations continue in Itogon, even as chances of finding survivors are slim

Police personnel involved in rescue operations in Itogon, Benguet have been directed to continue their efforts even as chances of finding survivors are slim, the spokesperson of the Philippine National Police (PNP) said on Tuesday. Spokesperson Sr. Supt. Benigno Durana said that the Special Action Force (SAF) troopers deployed by PNP Chief Director General Oscar Albayalde brought high-tech equipment to the rescue site. The rescue operations of the 24-man team continues. There were two teams sent by Chief PNP from the Special Action Force, together with their high-tech equipment and life detection equipment, so we can account for the victims," Durana told reporters in Tagalog in Cam...Keep on reading: Rescue operations continue in Itogon, even as chances of finding survivors are slim.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 18th, 2018

PNP SAF joins search mission for victims of Benguet landslides

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – A team from the Philippine National Police Special Action Force (PNP SAF) has gone on a search and rescue mission in Itogon, Benguet, for victims of landslides that occurred due to Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut). PNP chief Director General Oscar Albayalde told reporters in a press briefing ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 17th, 2018