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Is Misagh Bahadoran in love again?

Is Misagh Bahadoran in love again?.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource: thestandard thestandardOct 10th, 2018

Azkals blow past Laos in Bangabandhu Gold Cup opener

Three different players scored as the Philippine Azkals blasted past Laos, 3-1, Wednesday evening at the Sylhet District Stadium in Sylhet, Bangladesh.  Jovin Bedic opened the scoring in the 44th minute after sending in a penalty attempt following a foul inside the box. Early in the second half, Jarvey Gayoso scored his first goal as a Philippine Azkal with a 53rd minute header to double the Filipino side's lead. Azkals Veteran Misagh Bahadoran put the match on ice with another penalty in the 82nd minute to make it a three-goal advantage.  Laos managed to pull one back with a penalty kick of their own in the last minute.  With the win, the Azkals earn three points and clich a semifinals berth.  The Azkals and host nation Bangladesh close out the group stage on Friday, October 5th with the top spot in Group B at on the line. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 3rd, 2018

Rejuvenated Bahadoran back with ph Azkals

Veteran Misagh Bahadoran, the Philippines' top scorer in 2018 World Cup qualifying, makes his return to the Azkals as he leads the national team that opens its campaign against Laos in the 201.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsOct 3rd, 2018

UAAP MVPs Gayoso, Clarino among Azkals call-ups for Bangabandhu Cup

Former UAAP Men's Football champions and MVPs Jarvey Gayoso of Ateneo de Manila and Ian Clariño of the Davao Aguilas headline a young batch of Philippine Azkals call-ups for the upcoming Bangabandhu Gold Cup in Bangladesh.  Thankful for another opportunity to represent the country! #Azkals 🇵🇭 pic.twitter.com/sTaav46muo — Jarvey Gayoso (@JarveyGayoso) September 26, 2018 Gayoso, an incoming fourth-year striker for the Ateneo de Manila Blue Eagles will be making his second appearance for the Azkals after getting called up for an international tournament back in 2017.  The 21-year old Gayoso was the UAAP's MVP back in Season 79 after leading the Blue Eagles to their first men's football title in Since UAAP Season 75.  Clarino on the other hand, will be making his first Azkals stint after helping the University of the Philippines Fighting Maroons to a second UAAP men's football crown in the last three seasons.  Clarino capped off his graduating year with an MVP plum and a UAAP championship.  Joining Gayoso and Clarino are regular Azkals call-ups such as Amani Aguinaldo, Misagh Bahadoran, Kenshiro Daniels, Fitch Johnson Arboleda, and Paolo Salenga to name a few.            View this post on Instagram                   Here are the call-ups for the 2018 Bangabandhu Gold Cup! 👊🏼 — #OneBlood #OneDesire ⚽️🇵🇭🐺 A post shared by The Philippine Azkals (@theazkals) on Sep 30, 2018 at 9:38pm PDT The Bangabandhu Gold Cup is an international tournament organized by the Bangladesh Football Federation which will feature six nations including Bangladesh, Laos, Nepal, Palestine, Tajikistan, and the Philippines.  The Azkals will be grouped with Laos and Bangladesh in Group B. Their first assignment will be against Laos on Wednesday, October 3rd.  The tournament, which runs from October 1-12, will help serve as preparation for the Azkals' upcoming major tournaments, namely the AFF Suzuki Cup from November to December and the AFC Asian Cup on January. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 1st, 2018

Nearing 50 international goals, Phil Younghusband more focused on getting the W against Tajikistan

During the first half the Philippine Azkals’ International Friendly Match against Fiji, Misagh Bahadoran was fouled inside the box, setting team captain Phil Younghusband up for a penalty attempt that ultimately gave him is 49th international goal. Already the nation’s leading goal scorer, the Fil-Brit striker is closing in on another career milestone: 50 international goals, and the historic could very well come against Tajikistan in arguably the Philippines’ biggest football game in history as the Azkals try to break into the AFC Asian Cup tournament for the first time ever. “I’m very thankful to my teammates for getting me the penalty. The first goal is always important because it breaks the deadlock and it means that the opposition has to come out and score a goal.” Younghusband said about the 29th minute penalty against Fiji, Thursday night. While Younghusband isn’t hiding the fact that he’s out for number fifty, the Azkals skipper isn’t taking his eyes off the bigger prize on the table, and that’s a ticket to the 2019 AFC Asian Cup. “Obviously a goal of mine is to get to 50, but the most important thing is the team wins, and if that happens in the next game or in ten games’ time, then as long as we’re in the Asian Cup, then I’ll be happy.” Currently at the top of Group F in the Group Stage of the qualifiers with nine points off two wins and three draws, the Azkals are in a good position to seal the deal, and a draw on Tuesday night would do the trick. Of course, the Azkals aren’t leaving anything to chance, and getting the maximum three points against Tajikistan is the top priority. The best case scenario: Phil hits 50 and the Azkals get the win. “Yeah, I hope I score in the next game. As I said, whether it comes in the next game or in ten games’ time, as long as we’re in the Asian Cup, for me that’s the big goal, for the team and for Philippine football.” Getting to 50 international conversions puts Younghusband up there with the likes of Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, and more. He’ll also be the first Filipino to do so. “Whatever happens, as long as we’re in the Asian Cup, whether our goal keeper scores the goal or whether I score the goal, it doesn’t matter as long as we’re in the Asian Cup.”   Catch the Azkals as they take on Tajikistan in their final 2019 AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers match on Tuesday, March 27th, LIVE on LIGA channel 86 and LIGA HD channel 183. Kickoff is at 7:30 PM......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 27th, 2018

Nearing 50 international goals, Phil Younghusband more focused on getting the W against Tajikistan

During the first half the Philippine Azkals’ International Friendly Match against Fiji, Misagh Bahadoran was fouled inside the box, setting team captain Phil Younghusband up for a penalty attempt that ultimately gave him is 49th international goal. Already the nation’s leading goal scorer, the Fil-Brit striker is closing in on another career milestone: 50 international goals, and the historic could very well come against Tajikistan in arguably the Philippines’ biggest football game in history as the Azkals try to break into the AFC Asian Cup tournament for the first time ever. “I’m very thankful to my teammates for getting me the penalty. The first goal is always important because it breaks the deadlock and it means that the opposition has to come out and score a goal.” Younghusband said about the 29th minute penalty against Fiji, Thursday night. While Younghusband isn’t hiding the fact that he’s out for number fifty, the Azkals skipper isn’t taking his eyes off the bigger prize on the table, and that’s a ticket to the 2019 AFC Asian Cup. “Obviously a goal of mine is to get to 50, but the most important thing is the team wins, and if that happens in the next game or in ten games’ time, then as long as we’re in the Asian Cup, then I’ll be happy.” Currently at the top of Group F in the Group Stage of the qualifiers with nine points off two wins and three draws, the Azkals are in a good position to seal the deal, and a draw on Tuesday night would do the trick. Of course, the Azkals aren’t leaving anything to chance, and getting the maximum three points against Tajikistan is the top priority. The best case scenario: Phil hits 50 and the Azkals get the win. “Yeah, I hope I score in the next game. As I said, whether it comes in the next game or in ten games’ time, as long as we’re in the Asian Cup, for me that’s the big goal, for the team and for Philippine football.” Getting to 50 international conversions puts Younghusband up there with the likes of Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, and more. He’ll also be the first Filipino to do so. “Whatever happens, as long as we’re in the Asian Cup, whether our goal keeper scores the goal or whether I score the goal, it doesn’t matter as long as we’re in the Asian Cup.”   Catch the Azkals as they take on Tajikistan in their final 2019 AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers match on Tuesday, March 27th, LIVE on LIGA channel 86 and LIGA HD channel 183. Kickoff is at 7:30 PM......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 26th, 2018

Azkals survive late scare, escape Fiji in friendly

Philippine Azkals topped Fiji, 3-2, in their international friendly Thursday night at Rizal Memorial Stadium, but not without a late scare as errors nearly proved costly for the home team. Phil Younghusband converted a penalty at the 29th minute to break the ice and set the tone for the home squad as they were the clear aggressors from the get-go. The Azkals were awarded the penalty after Kolinio Vakauravanua Sivoki bumped Misagh Bahadoran inside the box to give the Philippines the chance. Younghusband would then seize the opportunity, nabbing his 49th international goal and further establishing himself as the nation's best goal scorer. Pika Minegishi doubled the Philippines'...Keep on reading: Azkals survive late scare, escape Fiji in friendly.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 22nd, 2018

Off the football field, Misagh Bahadoran only has his eyes on Sam Pinto

Popular as “the number 9 with the head band”, Misagh Bahadoran has been one of the most remarkable fixtures in the Philippine Azkals and the Cebu-based club Global FC as a powerful and unpredictable winger for both clubs. Since starting his career as a professional football player in 2006 under the Philippine national futsal team, he has greatly contributed to his teams and even became the main person to score the highly aspired goals. However, it took many years, hardships, and frustrations before he was able to don a national team jersey. He scored his first international goal in a 2-1 win for the Azkals in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification second round against Bahrain on June 11, 2015 and provided the Philippines’ first goal in a 2-0 victory against Yemen. The Fil-Iranian football player has done quite a lot to earn recognition in his football career, from his stints with the national team and club team Global Cebu FC.  However, behind Misagh’s ferocity and brilliance while on the football pitch hides a sweet boyfriend to actress-model Sam Pinto. Chatting with ABS-CBN Sports during the recent USANA Celavive press launch at the RCBC Plaza Hexagon Lounge, in which he’s one of the ambassadors of the skin care line, the 30-year-old Azkal related what keeps him occupied when he’s not playing. And it seems it’s only Sam on his mind. “Actually, I’m very busy everyday. I have training everyday. I’m travelling in different cities in different countries for the competition. But when I’m free, I try to hang out and spend time with Sam and watch a movie together and eat our lunch [or] dinner together as much as possible,” he beamingly shared. Fresh from a big tournament and looking forward to three more games with his teammates from Global FC Cebu and the Philippine Azkals, he also imparted that he could hardly find the chance to be in Manila and the country so much due to the series of competitions. Thus, he really tries his best to adjust his spare time with Sam and his family. During their days off, they often unwind at Sam’s boutique resort, L’Sirene, in Baler, Aurora and going on extreme adventures hand-in-hand. (Photo from Instagram.com/misagh_9) Anyone who would check out their respective Instagram accounts will either feel delighted or jealous for they can’t hide their affection towards each other. They are often spotted attending various posh events hand in hand, going fit together through yoga and surfing, or simply cuddling. Misagh even got his future planned out with his similarly entrepreneurial girlfriend. A dentistry graduate from Centro Escolar University, Misagh is running a dental clinic in Makati City that would assure him another career when he eventually decides to hang up his jersey. Indeed, everything looks bright, certain, and endearing for this paperback couple. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 11th, 2017

Former UAAP star Paolo Salenga gets first National Team call up; Azkals lineup against Nepal revealed

The quest for a Philippines slot in the AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 continues. The Philippine Men’s National Team face Nepal in Match Day 5 of the AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 Qualifiers on November 14th at the ANFA Complex in Kathmandu, Nepal. The match is crucial since a win over Nepal will ensure the Philippines’ qualification to the AFC Asian Cup 2019 final round for the very first time and with a game to spare. The Philippines sits on top of Group F with eight (8) points while Nepal is in last place with one (1) point. The Azkals began their Asian Cup campaign with a convincing 4-1 win against Nepal last 28 March 2017 at the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium in Manila. Phil Younghusband scored twice in the match while Iain Ramsay and Javier Patiño scored a goal each. 23 players have been called up for the Nepal match. Former Philippine Under-22 player and Global Cebu forward Paolo Salenga and Ceres Negros forward Joshua Dutosme earned their first call up to the team. Kaya FC Makati midfielder Marwin Angeles is back with the national team after a stint in 2014. Misagh Bahadoran returns to the squad after missing out in the draw against Yemen last 10 October. Patiño, Amani Aguinaldo, Manny Ott, and Luke Woodland are still out of the squad due to injuries.   Philippine Azkals Lineup vs. Nepal Marwin ANGELES – Kaya FC Makati Fitch ARBOLEDA – Stallion Laguna FC Misagh BAHADORAN – Global Cebu FC Dylan DE BRUYCKER – Davao Aguilas FC Carlos DE MURGA – Ceres Negros FC Patrick DEYTO – Global Cebu FC Curt DIZON – FC Meralco Manila Joshua DUTOSME – Ceres Negros FC Neil ETHERIDGE – Cardiff City FC Kevin INGRESO – Ceres Negros FC Sean Patrick KANE – JPV Marikina FC Hikaru MINEGISHI – Global Cebu FC Paul MULDERS – Global Cebu FC Jim Junior MUÑOZ – Ceres Negros FC Nicholas O’DONNELL – Davao Aguilas FC Mike OTT – Angthong United Iain RAMSAY – Ceres Negros FC Simone ROTA – Davao Aguilas FC Paolo SALENGA – Global Cebu FC Daisuke SATO – AC Horsens Dennis VILLANUEVA – Global Cebu FC James YOUNGHUSBAND – Davao Aguilas FC Phil YOUNGHUSBAND – Davao Aguilas FC Head coach Thomas Dooley will be assisted by Stefano Marsella......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 7th, 2017

Unbeaten Azkals take on Yemen anew as AFC Asian Cup qualifiers roll on

Following a 2-2 draw in Bacolod, the Philippine Azkals enter foreign ground as they gear up to take on Yemen once again to kick off the second round of their 2019 AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers campaign.  The two teams will go head to head at the Saoud bin Abdulrahman Stadium in Doha, Qatar.  The Azkals and Yemen first crossed paths just over a month ago at the Panaad Park and Stadium in Bacolod, with the home side equalizing twice to escape with a draw, the first 'blemish' of sorts on their third round record.  Brothers Phil and James Younghusband were responsible for the heroics in Bacolod, as the Azkals improved to seven points in three matches played.  Currently, the Pinoy side holds the lead in Group F with seven points on two wins and a draw, while Yemen stands close behind, with five points on one win and two draws. A top-two seed finish will mean a historic Asian Cup qualification for the Philippines, who has never qualified for the tournament.  The Azkals will be playing without a handful of key players however, as Manny Ott, Misagh Bahadoran, Amani Aguinaldo, Luke Woodland, and Javier Patiño are expected to miss the rematch against Yemen.    Kickoff time will be at 11:00 PM, Manila Time.  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 10th, 2017

Philippine Azkals head to Qatar for rematch with Yemen

The Philippine Men’s National Team return to action when they face Yemen in the fourth match of the AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 Qualifiers on Tuesday, October 10th at the Saoud Bin Abdulrahman Stadium in Doha, Qatar. br /> It will be the second meeting between the two sides in the Qualifiers. The two teams figured in a 2-2 draw last September 5 at the Pana-ad Park and Stadium in Bacolod, Negros Occidental. Phil and James Younghusband scored in the draw to keep the Philippines unbeaten with two wins and a draw. br /> 23 players have been called up for the match. Stallion Laguna forward Jesus Melliza and JPV Marikina defender Sean Patrick Kane earned their first call up to the National Team. FC Meralco Manila’s Curt Dizon makes a return to the squad after a brief stint in 2014. br /> Defender Daisuke Sato is back in the squad after serving his suspension in the draw against Yemen. Javier Patiño, Amani Aguinaldo, Luke Woodland, and Misagh Bahadoran are out of the squad due to injuries. br /> Players: Dylan DE BRUYCKER – Davao Aguilas FC br /> Carlos DE MURGA – Ceres Negros FC br /> Dominic DEL ROSARIO – Global Cebu FC br /> Patrick DEYTO – Global Cebu FC br /> Curt DIZON – FC Meralco Manila br /> Neil ETHERIDGE – Cardiff City FC br /> Harry FÖLL – FC Hansa Rostock br /> Kevin INGRESO – Ceres Negros FC br /> Sean Patrick KANE – JPV Marikina FC br /> Jesus Joaquin MELLIZA – Stallion Laguna FC br /> Hikaru MINEGISHI – Global Cebu FC br /> Paul MULDERS – Global Cebu FC br /> Jim Junior MUÑOZ – Ceres Negros FC br /> Nicholas O’DONNELL – Davao Aguilas FC br /> Manuel OTT – Ceres Negros FC br /> Mike Rigoberto OTT – Angthong United br /> Stephan PALLA – Wolfsberger AC br /> Iain RAMSAY – Ceres Negros FC br /> Simone ROTA – Davao Aguilas FC br /> Daisuke SATO – AC Horsens br /> Dennis VILLANUEVA – Global Cebu FC br /> James YOUNGHUSBAND – Davao Aguilas FC br /> Phil YOUNGHUSBAND – Davao Aguilas FC br /> Head coach Thomas Dooley will be assisted by coach Kurt Kowarz.  br />  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 2nd, 2017

PSA to honor top Phl golfer, jin, booter in PSA Awards rites

MANILA, Philippines - Miguel Tabuena, Jeordan Dominguez and Misagh Bahadoran share center stage next week as recipients of major awards during the Philippine.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 3rd, 2017

Tabuena, Bahadoran to be feted in PSA Awards 2017

MIGUEL Tabuena, Misagh Bahadoran and Jeordan Dominguez are among the top athletes to be recognized by the Philippine Sportswriters Association during its Annual Awards Night presented by MILO and San Miguel on Feb. 13 at the Le Pavillon in Pasay City.  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  thestandardRelated NewsFeb 3rd, 2017

Netflix Releases Trailer of ‘Hymn of Death’ Starring Lee Jong-Suk

Netflix, the world’s leading entertainment service, just released the official trailer of Hymn of Death, a tragic love story K-drama. Hymn of Death is a 3-part series that tells a story about Korea’s first soprano Yun Sim-deok and her genius playwright boyfriend Kim Woo-jin. Loved by a wide audience, the beautiful yet tragic love story […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated News30 min. ago

UAAP: Winning Maroons join rainy UP Lantern Parade

The rain did not bother the UAAP Season 81 men's basketball runners-up as the Fighting Maroons participated in the annual Lantern Parade Friday at the University of the Philippines in Diliman. Seven members of the history-making team namely UAAP Season 81 MVP Bright Akhuetie, Jun Manzo, Javi Gomez de Liano, Janjan Jaboneta, Gelo Vito, Diego Dario, and Will Gozum rode a truck that slowly went around the campus' massive academic oval. During the ride, they took selfies with fans along the road. Happening now: #UAAPSeason81 silver medalists UP MBT participating in the annual Lantern Parade. Players are riding a truck as they take selfies with fans around the academic oval. @abscbnsports pic.twitter.com/cIQ5wXJ3Fr — Danine Cruz (@the9cruz) December 14, 2018 UP MBT's turn to be introduced in the Quezon Hall. Several fans still showed up to witness the team despite the rainy weather. @abscbnsports pic.twitter.com/VuaNR1MjSl — Danine Cruz (@the9cruz) December 14, 2018 It was drizzling the whole afternoon but the players and fans still continued the parade. The crowd chanted 'Atin 'To!' and 'UP Fight' while the drummers kept hitting their signature beats just a few vehicles away from the basketball team's truck. The participation of the team in the yearly tradition of the community is in celebration of the men's basketball program ending a 32-year medal drought in men's basketball. "Sobrang sarap ng feeling. At least for one last time lalo na ngayong Pasko na nakita namin yung buong community, na kahit umuulan andito pa rin para sa amin, todo suporta pa rin. We are really blessed as a team and as individuals to have this opportunity and probably this is the best UP experience for me if you're gonna ask me," said graduating player Gelo Vito. "It's really a blessing, may mga naririnig pa nga ako na may dumayo pa from UP Baguio to be here," added Vito. Akhuetie was thrilled to see the warm reception from UP supporters. "It's awesome. I can't wait to make these guys proud by getting the championship. Look at the hearts these people are pouring out. There is nothing you can do for them that can be too much. Despite the weather, the rain and all, they still showed up." However, Akhuetie expressed that despite the love they have been getting from the community, a bridesmaid finish is not enough. "I just couldn't get it in my head that 'Oh okay, for them to be this happy, I've done enough' I still feel we have to do more so I like it, it's okay but I'm not carried away by it," he said. Aside from the basketball team, the men's track and feld team, which ended a 36-year title drought, also had their own truck to celebrate the achievement. Aside from the UP MBT, the track and field team also has a truck of their own in the Lantern Parade. The team ended a 36 year title drought in the #UAAPSeason81. @abscbnsports pic.twitter.com/Rx2S2noGH0 — Danine Cruz (@the9cruz) December 14, 2018.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News19 hr. 43 min. ago

WATCH: Catriona Gray talks music, dreams in Miss Universe intro video

MANILA, Philippines – The introduction video of Miss Universe Philippines Catriona Gray was posted online Friday, December 14. The video showcased snippets from the This is The Philippines series she earlier released, which featured the islands of Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. (WATCH: Catriona Gray showcases PH's rich heritage in new video ) Catriona also talked about her love for the arts, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated News20 hr. 17 min. ago

Aquaman Asian Premiere Manila Philippines 2018 – Manila Video

I was fortunate enough to do the Voice Over job for the Aquaman Asian Premiere held at the Mall of Asia Music Hall Manila Philippines. Jason Momoa has the biggest heart by far by any hollywood actor which made his Filipino fans love him even more. source link: Aquaman Asian Premiere Manila Philippines 2018 – Manila Video.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsDec 14th, 2018

Food gifts to bring to your next get-together

  MANILA, Philippines – Food, undeniably, remains a universal love language; a constant among generations, cultures, family, and friends. The key to a man and woman's heart, the solution to bad days, the addition to good days – it is food, in all its glory and form, that ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 13th, 2018

LOOK: Mak Tumang’s sketches of Catriona Gray’s evening gowns – MB Life

Which will she wear?? Every piece is breathtaking ✨We love the designs! 😍#MissUniverse #MissUniverse2018 #CatrionaGray LOOK: Mak Tumang’s sketches of Catriona Gray’s evening gowns – MB Life Source link: LOOK: Mak Tumang’s sketches of Catriona Gray’s evening gowns – MB Life.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsDec 13th, 2018

One Great Love: Metro Manila Film Festival 2018 Trailer 2 | Kim Chiu, Dennis Trillo, JC de Vera – Manila Video

One Great Love: Metro Manila Film Festival 2018 Trailer 2 | Kim Chiu, Dennis Trillo, JC de Vera – Manila Video.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsDec 13th, 2018

ONE Championship: Four World Titles make Team Lakay’s Christmas special this 2018

Christmas is one the biggest holidays in the Philippines. Incomparable to other countries, Christmas lights and holiday jingles start to play as early as September.   People from all walks of life gather on this special occasion and celebrate the holiday with food, drinks, and by spending time with friends and family.   Members of Team Lakay, the country's most renowned mixed martial arts group, have its own way of holding an annual celebration for the Yuletide season.   Housing four ONE World Champions such as Eduard Folayang, Kevin Belingon, Geje Eustaquio and Joshua Pacio, the Baguio City-headquartered camp holds a yearly Christmas party in mid-December to cap off the year.   "We have an early celebration coming up this Saturday, 15 December. We are going to have a beach house party in San Juan, La Union," Eustaquio shared.   "The gathering will celebrate our accomplishments this 2018, and also prepare for 2019. Everybody will come that day, most notably our professional athletes.”   Their way of celebration is not like any other party as it involves honoring their native tradition with a sumptuous feast and holding insightful talks for the advancement of their athletes’ career.   "We have a program, a feast, and an open mat for whoever wants to roll. Our world champions will share their experience and tell what they went through this year," Team Lakay head coach Mark Sangiao bared.   "This kind of gathering is our way to spend quality time with each other. This is our way to inspire other athletes, tighten our bond, and learn from each other.”   Finishing their campaign with four gold-plated belts under the ONE Championship banner, Sangiao believes that 2018 is Team Lakay’s most successful year since its inception in 2003   “It’s our biggest year. We won championship titles and received many awards this year. This is the result of our hard work, dedication, and sacrifice,” the Team Lakay headmaster said.   “Like we always say, this is our passion. We love what we do. These awards and titles are just the fruit of our hard labor.”   Although Team Lakay hauled all the titles, recognition and accolades that they could possibly get in 2018, all that matters to them is seeing each individual with gleeful smiles on their faces by the year's end.   "We are grateful for every year. We are always full of joy,” Eustaquio stated. “Seeing each other happy, seeing everyone living a peaceful life is more than enough.”.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 13th, 2018