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Angelica Panganiban on falling in love again: ‘May kaba lang’

After being heartbroken from her previous relationship, actress Angelica Panganiban said she is ready to open her heart again to someone new. "Kaya na. May kaba, may kaba lang talaga na 'Ito na! Ito na naman!' (I can. There's just jitters, like 'Here we go! Here we go again!)" she told talk show host Boy Abunda on "Tonight with Boy Abunda". "The past few relationships, hindi naman ako kinabahan eh. 'Yung mga huli, sige, game! Laban lang 'yan(With the past few relationships, I wasn't nervous. With the recent ones, okay, game! Fight on)!" Panganiban exclaimed. But now, she shared that she has mellowed and is being more careful. Asked if she was dating again, she answered, "Lum...Keep on reading: Angelica Panganiban on falling in love again: ‘May kaba lang’.....»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerJan 13th, 2018

Angelica ready to fall in love again after enlightening trip

I will be more careful now. I will look out for myself," said actress Angelica Panganiban, who claimed that she is now ready to find a new love, over a year after her highly publicized breakup with actor John Lloyd Cruz.   "I now know what I want for myself. I guess I can make demands," she pointed out. "'Di 'yung parang naiisahan na ako pero tanggap ko lang. I used to agree to everything just so we won't have problems, so we won't break up," she told reporters during a recent gathering organized by ABS-CBN for her new afternoon drama series, "Playhouse."   Now, Angelica said she has learned "not to follow just the heart, but also the mind. Dati kasi, nagdunung-...Keep on reading: Angelica ready to fall in love again after enlightening trip.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 20th, 2018

Reuniting tandem examines breakups in ‘Exes Baggage’

  Actor Carlo Aquino said he and Angelica Panganiban are thrilled about the public's support for their onscreen tandem and hope this would translate to their film's box-office success.   "Whenever I would post something about me and Carlo on social media, I'm excited to read the comments because I'm confident that all of them are positive. Some of the posts are hilarious," Angelica told the Inquirer over lunch on Tuesday.   "One said 'OK lang na 'di ako magka-love life, magkabalikan lang kayo.' It's like they will finally believe in 'forever' if Caloy (Carlo's nickname) and I reconcile. Sa amin nakasalalay ang forever nila," she added.   Carlo...Keep on reading: Reuniting tandem examines breakups in ‘Exes Baggage’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 7th, 2018

Why social media’s talking about 'CarGel lately

Nineties and early noughties love team Carlo Aquino and Angelica Panganiban are firing up the internet with their kilig-inducing interview on “Gandang Gabi Vice” and recent social media posts. Last Sunday, they appeared on Vice Ganda’s weekly talk show and surprised viewers with their revelations, particularly Angelica herself. Vice was asking about the duration of […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsSep 26th, 2018

The quintessential list of 'CarGel clips to watch before ‘Exes Baggage’

The #CarGel hype is real, you guys. The premiere ofExes Baggageis in two days but fans of the love team---both old and new---can't get enough of the two stars. Just a refresher: Angelica Panganiban and Carlo Aquino were together for six years. Earlier this year, rumors spread that they were back on but turns out, they were just working on a film together. Still, hopes are still high since the two have openly admitted that they're good friends and love each other. We understand the feels so before you hit the cinemas, we suggest you squeeze in the films, shows, and videos we've listed down below. Are you ready? 'Cause we kinda aren't. G-mik Raise your hand if you used to w...Keep on reading: The quintessential list of #CarGel clips to watch before ‘Exes Baggage’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 24th, 2018

UAAP: Aljun Melecio doesn t want to fall in love with threes

Aljun Melecio’s long-range missiles finally hit the mark on Sunday. De La Salle University’s third-year lead guard scored 16 points on efficient 5-of-9 shooting, teaming up with Justine Baltazar to tow their team past University of the East. At the half, he already had 12 points, all coming from threes where he went 4-of-6, to lead the Green Archers in their strong start. That was already a vast improvement from Melecio’s first two games where he went 2-of-16 from deep. In the end, he added one more make from deep, hiking his season mark from long range to a more palatable 30 percent. While the former Rookie of the Year welcomed the development, he also admitted it to be a double-edged sword. “Actually, may positive and negative. Positive, kasi pumapasok yung shots ko tapos negative kasi sabi ni coach if pumapasok na yun, minsan nagre-rely na lang ako sa three-points,” he shared. He then continued, “Mali yun kasi sabi nga ni coach, marami pang opportunity na pwedeng i-drive sa basket. Mas nanggigigil ako if pumapasok yung three-points ko eh.” Indeed, Melecio could do much more than the one assist he had in all of 27 minutes on the floor. Still, that his deep shots are falling is nothing but a good sign both for him and the faithful over at Taft Avenue. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 23rd, 2018

Carlo Aquino explains why he visited Angelica Panganiban with his parents

Carlo Aquino explained that his visit to Angelica Panganiban's home with his parents was purely coincidental. The actor said his parents just happened to pick him up from the airport after his trip to Thailand. They then took a side trip to Panganiban's home to pick up his cat Sinta since the actress took care of the pet in Aquino's absence, reports Push. Aquino also said his parents wanted to see Panganiban's home since they hadn't been there before. Everything worked out in the end since the "Exes Baggage" star said he had been meaning to visit Panganiban's mother as well, but had been unable to due to circumstances. "Kuwentuhan lang tapos pinakita lang ni Angge kung g...Keep on reading: Carlo Aquino explains why he visited Angelica Panganiban with his parents.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 21st, 2018

Pagbabalikan nina Angelica at Carlo, lumalakas

INAMIN ng 33-year-old actor na si Carlo Aquino na first love niya ang kanyang ex-girlfriend na si Angelica Panganiban kaya espesyal ito sa kanya hanggang ngayon. Malamang na si Carlo rin ang naging first love ni Angelica. They were both in their teens nang sila’y magka-inlaban noon na tumagal din….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsSep 4th, 2018

Angelica Panganiban wishes Carlo Aquino a happy birthday in the most kilig way

MANILA, Philippines – To say that actors Angelica Panganiban and Carlo Aquino have chemistry, at this point, would be one of the world's biggest understatements. On Carlo's birthday then, it was only fitting that Angelica greet him in the sweetest and most kilig way possible. (WATCH: New trailer for ‘Exes Baggage’ brings more of that CarGel magic ) "Sayo lang hindi ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 3rd, 2018

LOOK: Angelica Panganiban, Carlo Aquino continue to tease fans with ‘anniversary’ snapshots

Angelica Panganiban and Carlo Aquino are at it again as they both shared naughty "anniversary" snapshots. Panganiban uploaded the first photo on her Instagram account on June 18 with the caption, "Anniversary pala natin dapat kahapon. Celebrate na lang natin sa tinginan (It would have been our anniversary yesterday. Shall we just celebrate by staring at each other)?" The following day, June 19, Aquino shared what appeared to be the continuation of their "celebratory stare." Panganiban can be seen breaking out into laughter over Aquino's shoulder. Aquino wrote on the caption, "Im just glad that you are a part of my heart." Just around a week ago, the two celebrities t...Keep on reading: LOOK: Angelica Panganiban, Carlo Aquino continue to tease fans with ‘anniversary’ snapshots.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 21st, 2018

Shaina Magdayao says she’s not bothered by being single

It has been a while since Kapamilya actress Shaina Magdayao has last been a relationship. Nonetheless her affairs have always been among the most controversial in showbiz. Despite the failures of her attempts at love, she never really feared falling in love again. "Wala naman. Nothing major na fear ng commitment. Siguro nag-e-evolve lang,"she said at the press conference for her upcoming movie "Single Single" with Matteo Guidicelli. "When you're younger you're more fearless, you're more careless but as you grow older mas calculated na 'yung ginaagawa mo sa buhay mas pinag-iisipan mo yung mga risks involved," "Di naman po 'yung tipong phobia. Pero 'yun nga po, you think about yo...Keep on reading: Shaina Magdayao says she’s not bothered by being single.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 24th, 2018

Sparks fly as Carlo Aquino invites Angelica Panganiban to dinner

Despite his very recent break up with longtime girlfriend, actor Carlo Aquino couldn’t help but express his interest with former love team Angelica Panganiban. During Friday’s interview on “Tonight With Boy Abunda”, AquinoThe post Sparks fly as Carlo Aquino invites Angelica Panganiban to dinner appeared first on DZRH News......»»

Category: newsSource:  dzrhnewsRelated NewsFeb 12th, 2018

Angelica Panganiban wouldn’t have accepted role if latest movie were titled ‘Ang Dalawang Mrs. Cruz’

Kapamilya award-winning actress Angelica Panganiban yet again gave a laugh-out moment when she answered if she would accept her role in her latest movie if it were titled "Ang Dalawang Mrs. Cruz." "Hindi siguro nila ipo-produce 'yun, kasi mamimili sila, ako o 'yung title'," was the no-holds-barred answer of this generation's "Hugot queen" at the recently held bloggers' conference for "Ang Dalawang Mrs. Reyes" opposite drama queen Judy Ann Santos. "Baka nga 'yun ang unang title eh, tapos na-consider, 'uy si Angelica kaya kunin natin kaya lang Mrs. Cruz 'yung gagamitin gawin nating Mrs. Reyes na lang', di natanggap ko, agad-agad. Ganda nu'ng movie, ganda nito, walang bahid, ganon...Keep on reading: Angelica Panganiban wouldn’t have accepted role if latest movie were titled ‘Ang Dalawang Mrs. Cruz’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 16th, 2018

Angelica: With Juday on the set, nobody goes hungry

Judy Ann Santos and Angelica Panganiban make quite a formidable combination. What a casting coup, indeed. The two A-list actresses are set to enthrall you in Jun Robles Lana's laugh-out-loud "dramedy," "Ang Dalawang Mrs. Reyes," which opens on tomorrow. It is about the misadventures of two women as they hopelessly try to foil their gay hubbies' liaison dangereuse. Their marriage turned out to be a mirage, after all. Ah! Marriage with no more love often leads to a love (affair) without marriage. Here's my chat with Angelica (A) and Juday ( J): If you discovered that your husband was gay, how would you handle it? A: I'd go nuts. I will do research on how and why it happened...Keep on reading: Angelica: With Juday on the set, nobody goes hungry.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 15th, 2018

Lady Warriors go streaking; Ateneo falls for first time

With De La Salle University plagued by injury, University of the East is now the closest challenger to National University’s throne in the UAAP 80 Women’s Basketball Tournament. And after a season-opening defeat, the Lady Warriors now look the part, going on a win run at the expense of hapless University of the Philippines, 52-42, on Sunday at the Araneta Coliseum. Playing their third game in a week, the girls of head coach Aileen Lebornio still showed much sense of urgency in this one. Bienca Ramos and Joyce Francisco provided a big boost, conniving for all but four in UE’s 19-point third quarter that increased a three-point cushion into a 48-31 lead heading into the final frame. “Nung third quarter, buti nag-respond sila sa sinabi ko at nakuha na namin gusto namin,” Lebornio said. Love Sto. Domingo then hammered down the final nail in the coffin and eventually ended with a 15-point, 17-rebound double-double. Ramos and Francisco also contributed 12 markers apiece. Lebornio’s defense was stout as always, limiting the Lady Maroons into an abysmal 21 percent shooting. And so, after falling to NU in their first assignment, the Lady Warriors are now on a two-game win run. They are now in three-way tie for third after erstwhile undefeated Ateneo de Manila University suffered its first setback in the season. Valerie Mamaril and Precious Arellado scored 16 and 15 points, respectively, and Far Eastern University made another statement, taking down the Lady Eagles, 64-58. Katrina Guytingco’s back-to-back hits kept things interesting for Ateneo in the last 20 seconds before Mamaril kept them at bay once and for all by converting three charities. “At least, meron na kaming help ngayon kasi si Arellado lang last year e. Nag-improve na rin talaga yung Mamaril,” head coach Bert Flores said after his girls bounced back onto a 2-1 standing. Also at 2-1 are the Lady Eagles who were led by Hazelle Yam’s 20 points. BOX SCORES FIRST GAME UE 52 – Sto. Domingo 15, Ramos 12, Francisco 12, Chan 6, Tacula 4, Nama 3, Gayacao 0, Cortizano 0, Requiron 0, Strachan 0, Pedregosa 0, Bobis 0, Borromeo 0. UP 42 – Esplana 16, Domingo 13, Isip 5, Ordoveza 4, Rodas 4, Cruz 0, Pesquera 0, Tan S. 0, Lapid 0, Ongsiako 0, Bascon 0, Viray 0, Gatpatan 0, Tan K. 0. QUARTER SCORES: 14-9, 29-26, 48-31, 52-42. SECOND GAME FEU 64 – Mamaril 16, Arellado 15, Taguiam 11, Jumuad 7, Gerner 5, Antiola 3, Bastatas 2, Balleser 2, Okunlola 0, Ouano 0, De Guzman 0. ATENEO 58 – Yam 20, Deacon 11, Guytingco 10, Buendia 6, Go 4, Joson 4, Newsome 3, Uy De Ong 0, Cancio 0, Villamor 0. QUARTER SCORES: 14-21, 30-33, 43-39, 64-58. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 17th, 2017

Paulo Avelino on Angelica Panganiban: "Dati napapanuod ko lang siya, ngayon kasama ko na!"

Paulo Avelino on Angelica Panganiban: "Dati napapanuod ko lang siya, ngayon kasama ko na!".....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsNov 3rd, 2016

Is an Exes Baggage sequel in the works?

MANILA, Philippines – Following the success of their reunion movie Exes Baggage, which has earned over P270 million in the box office, Angelica Panganiban and Carlo Aquino are excited to do another project together. CarGel fans, however, might have to wait a bit longer to see the former couple back on the big ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated News17 hr. 12 min. ago

UAAP: Dave I. says his killer instinct was taught by coach Joe Silva

Dave Ildefonso scored 14 points to help National University get back on track in the UAAP 81 Men’s Basketball Tournament. Six of those points came from two triples – triples that allowed Ildefonso to show some love to his former mentor who was now on the opposite side. “Nung warm-up pa lang, gumaganun na ako, sabi ko, barilan kami,” he told reporters while doing finger guns. He then continued, “Bago pa kasi mag-season, napag-usapan namin na barilan kami pag nakaka-shoot ako ng three-points.” Ildefonso was a key cog while Coach Joe was the shot-caller for Ateneo de Manila High School from Seasons 78 to 80. There, they won one championship together. And there, the championship attitude was established and reinforced inside Ildefonso. “Si Coach Joe, kahit tambak ng 20 o 30 o up siya ng 20 o 30, gusto niya pa ring makita sa players niya yung killer instinct. Yun yung lagi niyang sinasabi dati – killer instinct,” he shared. He then continued, “Tinuturo niya laging since gusto naming mag-champion, dapat umasta kaming mag-champion.” Indeed, the super rookie has just brought that attitude to the Bulldogs – making an immediate impact and taking the reins of leadership. Still, that didn’t change the fact that facing off against his mentor was uncharted territory. “It’s fun tapos siyempre, weird din,” he said. Whatever happens, though, one thing is certain – there will always be a bond between Ildefonso and Coach Joe. “Sabi nga rin ni Coach Jamike [Jarin], he was the enemy pero after the game, after everything, coach ko pa rin siya, friend ko pa rin siya, mentor ko pa rin siya,” he said. For his part, the now UE head coach could only agree. As he put it, “Wherever we are, whatever team we are in, we don’t forget each other.” --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 13th, 2018

With LeBron gone, Eastern Conference set for a new champion

By Brian Mahoney, Associated Press The roadblock has been removed. With LeBron James gone, the path to the NBA Finals from the Eastern Conference is open again. Boston, Philadelphia, Toronto and more are hoping to win the race to it. James ruled over the East for eight years, making four straight trips to the finals from Miami and then moving back to Cleveland in 2014 and getting there every year since. From Boston to Indiana, up north in Toronto all the way down to Atlanta, teams would emerge with what they thought was a title contender only to see James send them home for the summer. Now King James has abdicated his throne and moved to Los Angeles, and there should be rejoicing in the land he left behind. “It’s a new lease on life in the Eastern Conference,” said Hall of Famer and TNT analyst Reggie Miller, who faced a similar situation when he played in the East during the era of Michael Jordan’s Bulls. “It’s great that LeBron has taken his talents out West because it opens up the doors for not only a lot of these young players, but these organizations now. Fresh blood, something new to kind of see who can compete for that Eastern crown.” The Celtics nearly won it last year, falling to the Cavaliers in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals. They were without the injured Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward, and now that the two stars are healthy and have rejoined Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, Al Horford and the rest of a deep team that made a valiant run without them, Boston is probably the favorite in the East. But there’s intrigue beyond that, which rarely existed during James’ reign. Philadelphia finished strong in its first season with Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons playing together, and now might get a full one with 2017 No. 1 pick Markelle Fultz joining them after his shoulder problems last season. Toronto shook up a 59-win team by firing coach Dwane Casey and shipping DeMar DeRozan to San Antonio in the trade for Kawhi Leonard, and Indiana bolstered a team that took Cleveland to seven games in the first round. Any of them have a chance to get to the place that James wouldn’t let them. “An appearance in the finals is going to be sweet,” Embiid said. A look at the East, in predicted order of finish: PLAYOFF BOUND 1. Boston — Depth of talent is not only tops in the East, but comes closest in the NBA to rivaling Golden State’s. 2. Philadelphia — If either Simmons or Fultz develops a jump shot to open things up more for Embiid, look out. 3. Indiana — Victor Oladipo has emerged as an All-Star and the Pacers are balanced behind him. 4. Toronto — If Leonard is fully healthy and motivated, Raptors added a top-five player to a 59-win team. 5. Milwaukee — Giannis Antetokounmpo is going to make the Bucks fun to watch in their new arena. 6. Washington — John Wall and Bradley Beal will give the Wizards plenty on the perimeter, but they need Dwight Howard provide a boost on the interior. 7. Miami — Heat won’t want to send Dwyane Wade into retirement without one final playoff appearance. 8. Detroit — A full season with Andre Drummond and Blake Griffin together should be enough to get the Pistons back into the postseason. ___ IN THE MIX 9. Cleveland — Kevin Love and the remainder of the Cavaliers that James left behind should still be good enough to fight for a spot in the top eight. 10. Charlotte — The Hornets will host an All-Star Game in February. They’ll try to host playoff games in April. ___ FACING LONG ODDS 11. Orlando — Steve Clifford is the latest coach to try to mix a collection of young players into one that can defend enough to be a decent team. 12. Brooklyn — Nets made a seven-win improvement last season even while being dismal at defending and rebounding. Do either better and they can take another leap. 13. New York — Kristaps Porzingis remains out indefinitely while rehabbing a torn ACL, so new coach David Fizdale will give rookie Kevin Knox an early green light. 14. Atlanta — Trae Young may be exciting to watch, but he won’t be able to stop another long season of losing in Atlanta. 15. Chicago — The Bulls of Tom Thibodeau were veterans who always defended hard. The Bulls of Fred Hoiberg have been none of the above. ___ WHAT TO KNOW CANADA’S CHANCE: The Raptors gambled on acquiring Leonard from San Antonio, and now Toronto has a year to show him it’s worth sticking around when he becomes a free agent next summer. BEST MAN: A popular question after James left was who is the best player now in the East? Irving, Embiid, Antetokounmpo and Leonard are among those who can make compelling cases. HOWARD’S HEALTH: Dwight Howard has sat out his first preseason with the Wizards because of a balky back, the kind of injury that can sometimes linger, and Washington needs a presence in the middle no matter how good its backcourt is. OPENING NIGHT PREVIEW? Cleveland and Boston met in the opening game in the East last season and ended up squaring off in the conference finals. This time, it’s Boston and Philadelphia to open things in the East and they’ll be good candidates to close them......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 11th, 2018

YOUTH OLYMPICS: Golfer Saso tied for joint second after first round

BUENOS AIRES — Yuka Saso scored a one-over 71 for joint second place at the start of women’s golf while fencer Lawrence Everett Tan and swimmer Nicole Oliva failed to medal in their events on Tuesday in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games. Saso, the Asian Games individual champion, had to contend with the wind at the Hurlingham Club here after she bogeyed six holes to stay two shots behind leader Alesia Nobilio of Italy. The 17-year-old miscalculated three holes on the front nine and another three coming home, but her five birdies, including back-to-back efforts after a par on the par-3 No. 12, was enough to keep the Filipino-Japanese within striking distance. ``Mahangin sa course, mabuti na lang at naka-adjust ako,’’ said Saso, who shared second place with Maria Fernanda-Martinez of Mexico, Emille Oeveraas of Norway, Grace Kim of Australia and Hoyu-An of Chinese Taipei. Carl Jano Corpus, on the other hand, fired a similar 71 performance for a share of fifth place in men’s individual play. The Filipino was two strokes behind the leaders after he birdied holes No. 3, 4, 6 and 14. Akshai Bathia of the United States, Vanchai Luangnitikul of Thailand, Karl Vilips of Australia and Andrea Romano of Italy shared the lead at 69. In fencing, Tan bombed out of the medal stages after falling to Pak Chan of Hong Kong, 11-15, in the round of 16 of the men’s foil event. Chan raced to an early lead, 11-6, in their race-to-15 face-off but had to fend Tan’s rally late in the first three minutes of action. Filipino-Norwegian Christian Tio is still in the hunt for a podium performance after finishing second, fifth and eighth in the three races on Day 2 of the men’s kiteboarding competitions where the medalists will be determined on Oct. 12. Swimmer Nicole Oliva again failed to qualify in the finals of her second event at the Olympic Park pool. After missing the medal race in the women’s 100m freestyle on Monday, the Filipino-American based in Sta. Clara, California wasn’t able to make it in the 800m free after landing third in her heat with a 8:52.29 clocking......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 10th, 2018

UE still learning how to be more than just Alvin Pasaol in UAAP 81

University of the East was unable to build on its first win in the UAAP 81 Men’s Basketball Tournament, falling to University of Sto. Tomas on Saturday. Alvin Pasaol gave it his all, as always, for the Red Warriors with 32 points on 9-of-21 shooting and 15 rebounds. Aside from him, however, the rest of the team combined to shoot 10-of 44 from the field as they dropped back to the bottom of the standings. In the eyes of first-year head coach Joe Silva, they failed to follow the system. “Siguro, they’re just so used to looking for Alvin, but I want to change that,” he said. He then continued, “They’re so used to that na ‘di pa consistent yung disiplina namin. So trabaho lang.” As they failed to follow the system, the team that had just defeated playoff hopeful Far Eastern University by 25 points was nowhere to be found. “That’s what I’ve been trying to tell them – consistency is what separates good teams from great teams. Great teams bring it day in and day out, night in and night out,” he said. For that, the rookie mentor took full responsibility. As he put it, “I told the boys when we won against FEU, a little success gets into our head. It’s dangerous kasi ‘di kami sanay manalo kaya we came complacent facing UST.” He then continued, “I take full responsibility kasi ‘di ko sila na-advice, kulang ang advice ko sa kanila.” Pasaol could only agree. “Sobrang confident na kaya namin ang UST, pero later on, stats don’t lie,” he said. Nonetheless, UE’s main man has full faith they will only move forward from this. “Bounce back lang ulit kami. Alam naman naming kayang-kaya namin,” he said. Coach Joe shares the same sentiments. “Goot thing for us is we’re coming off a loss and, at least, we’re going to learn from this. We will watch the tape and we’re going to be better,” he said. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 6th, 2018