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Jaclyn Jose thanks Andi Eigenmann's boyfriend for being a "father image" to Ellie

Jaclyn Jose thanks Andi Eigenmann's boyfriend for being a "father image" to Ellie.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsJan 20th, 2017

Isang de-kampanilyang abogado ang hahawak sa kaso ni Claudine laban sa pamangkin ni Raymart

SI Atty. Ferdinand Topacio umano ang hahawak ng kaso na inihanda ni Claudine Barretto laban sa 28 years old na anak na lalaking pamangkin ni Raymart Santiago na nanakit sa kanyang anak na si Santino. Ayon Claudine, maghanda na raw ang umagrabyado sa kanya.....»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsDec 27th, 2016

P1-M reward ibibigay na sa informant

NAKAHANDA nang ibigay ang P1 milyon pabuya para sa impormante na naging daan sa pagkakadakip sa dating driver-bodyguard ni Sen. Leila de Lima na si Ronnie Dayan. Ito ang tiniyak ni Atty. Ferdinand Topacio kahapon. Aniya, iwi-withdraw na niya mula sa banko.....»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsNov 23rd, 2016

Jaclyn Jose twits Jake Ejercito on 'slaying dragons' for Ellie

Jaclyn Jose twits Jake Ejercito on 'slaying dragons' for Ellie.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsNov 3rd, 2016

Jaclyn Jose reacts to Jake Ejercito's photo with Ellie: "I slayed all the dragons before you."

Jaclyn Jose reacts to Jake Ejercito's photo with Ellie: "I slayed all the dragons before you.".....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsNov 1st, 2016

Jaclyn Jose defends daughter Andi Eigenmann from bashers; asks netizens not to involve her granddaughter

Jaclyn Jose defends daughter Andi Eigenmann from bashers; asks netizens not to involve her granddaughter.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsOct 7th, 2016

SC acquittal proves ‘political persecution’ by Aquino - Arroyo camp

MANILA, Philippines –  The legal spokesman of former First Gentleman Jose Miguel Arroyo, Ferdinand Topacio, on Tuesday said they are grateful for the Supreme.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 19th, 2016

PCSO donates 6 ambulances to various beneficiaries nationwide

MANILA, July 17 - Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office Vice Chairman/General Manager Jose Ferdinand M. Rojas II, Assets amp; Supply Management OIC-Department Manager Atty. Reena Yumina M. Yason and A.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJul 17th, 2016

PCSO donates 6 ambulances to various beneficiaries nationwide

MANILA, July 17 - Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office Vice Chairman/General Manager Jose Ferdinand M. Rojas II, Assets amp; Supply Management OIC-Department Manager Atty. Reena Yumina M. Yason and A.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsJul 17th, 2016

Comment on Are you one of us? by atty. perla garganera-gauzon

I do not buy the rationale that our choice was not based on who was the best but we chose ourselves. if this were so, then why do we still have to teach our youth of voting age how to vote and whom to vote among the many candidates? it is about time that we seriously take elections as our INDEPENDENT AND FREE CHOICE rather than on others reasons like allowing to buy our vote among other reasons!! where is the independent and free choice if the vote has already been bought?! remember what Rizal wisely observed? there can be no masters where there are no slaves. aptly put, if voters succumb to money as their "master" naturally, they no longer are free but become "slaves." our national hero, Jose rizal uttered these words way back in the 19th century. imagine, two centuries had passed, yet, we filipinos still abide to this false way of voting. what good is the constitutional mandate of "sovereignty resides in the people and all government authority emanates from them" if we, the people simply throw away our power to elect qualified candidates to elective positions? I, personally, think that, the department of education should revise its curriculum to include voters education as part of its civics curriculum from grade 10 through grade 12! armed with such knowledge, these students' minds would start absorbing the value of their vote, thus motivating them to vote and to elect candidates who are honest and their integrity intact. the Philippines cannot continue to proudly proclaim to the world that she is an independent, free and democratic country when she can't even have a free and honest elections!!.....»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsMay 19th, 2019

Ceferin stresses big clubs with closed Champions League idea

By Rob Harris, Associated Press UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin told leaders from European leagues not to forget the importance of big clubs in generating cash during a private meeting in which plans were detailed for a closed-off Champions League favoring the elite. A recording and images obtained by The Associated Press from the meeting at the UEFA headquarters on Wednesday highlights the schism between clubs and leagues over the ability to influence UEFA as it considers revamping its club competitions starting with the 2024-25 season. The dramatic proposal, shown during the meeting in Nyon, would lock in 24 of the 32 slots in the Champions League without the need to qualify annually through domestic leagues and would introduce promotion from and relegation to the Europa League. The plan has infuriated domestic leagues, particularly La Liga President Javier Tebas, who views UEFA as too closely aligned to the vision of European Club Association head Andrea Agnelli of Juventus. In a letter obtained by the AP last month, European Leagues President Lars-Christer Olsson floated the possibility of an investigation to determine whether the ECA was abusing a dominant position as UEFA was lobbied for more games between leading clubs. "Speaking about big clubs, this is a typical populist tool that is used in Europe not only in football," Ceferin told European Leagues representatives in the closed-doors meeting. "More and more the rich are taking everything from you and we the rich will help. Is that logical? I don't think so. And it's true big clubs are taking a lot of money, the most the biggest amount of money because of their results. And it's true that we have to think about that. But they're also bringing a lot of money on the table which is very easily forgotten." Hitting out at claims he is "killing football," Ceferin rebuked members of the European Leagues organization over public criticism and warned his executive committee could have pushed ahead with a revamp of competitions without discussing it with them. "We will not insult, but the more shouting there will be, the less consultation process there will be," Ceferin said. "Shouting in the media tells us much more about those people than about UEFA," Ceferin added. "We were listening about what will happen here, about how we are killing football, destroying football — despite the fact that UEFA is the only organization in European football that shares money as solidarity to every single country in Europe." The early UEFA vision, if approved, would see the Champions League group stage start a month earlier in August and double the size of each group to eight teams. But 24 of the 32 clubs in the 2024-25 group stage could retain their places the following season regardless of their domestic league finish. That would give certainty to leading clubs that attract the biggest television audiences but reduced opportunities for outsiders. Four Champions League teams will be relegated each season into the next season's second-tier Europa League. They would be replaced by the Europa League semifinalists, who would be promoted. Only four qualifying places would be left for national champions competing in preliminary rounds. It would leave the Dutch league runner-up — as Ajax was before reaching the Champions League semifinals this season — with no ability to qualify. Promotion and relegation is also envisaged between the Europa League and a third-tier competition that has yet to launch. The third competition, first revealed by the AP in 2015, would kick off in the 2021-22 season with a 32-team format in eight groups of four. But it could be enlarged to 64 teams from 2024, with four groups of 16 teams, possibly arranged by region, according to the UEFA documents. "You have to know that the ones who are shouting generate huge revenues and don't share anything with the others in Europe," Ceferin said. "The ones who really have problems respectfully and humbly wait for our explanation. And that's why we want to discuss we want to discuss because of the ones who deserve. That we discuss the ones who need our help and not the ones who are scared about their personal interest." In 2016, Ceferin decried a secret deal over Champions League changes agreed just before he was elected to succeed Michel Platini as UEFA president. Ceferin was frustrated UEFA caved into demands of Spain, Germany, England and Italy to guarantee them 16 of the 32 Champions League group-stage places. Now Ceferin is giving the impression he is consulting more by bringing leagues and clubs to meetings in Nyon. But his unhappiness with officials from leagues was clear in the tone. "We can go to the ExCo and decide and not ask anyone and your representative in the ExCo go can vote against," Ceferin said, referring to Olsson, who sits on the executive committee. "But we don't want to do it. That's why we are discussing. Legal action threats, I will not comment that much. As a lawyer with 25 year experience, this is quite the joke." Ceferin called on European Leagues officials to approach the talks "with some class without hostility and without false solidarity" and challenged them to come forward with proposals. "I hope we will exchange many important ideas and arguments," Ceferin said. "And if we do that we will come at the end to a solution that will be good for all the European football and — trust me or don't trust me — but the fact is that for UEFA that's our goal. We cannot do what clubs say and we cannot do what league say. We will do what is right for European football. And we will protect it together.".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 11th, 2019

Iloilo City undergoes regional validation for SGLG award 2019

By: Emme Rose Santiagudo THE ILOILO City government is hopeful that it will pass the regional validation for the 2019 Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG) and qualify to the national level. According to City Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Director Atty. Ferdinand Panes, they are hopeful that the city government can comply […] The post Iloilo City undergoes regional validation for SGLG award 2019 appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsMay 8th, 2019

Absolute pardon ni Crisologo peke — ex-NBI expert

PEKE ang lagda ni Presi­dent Ferdinand Marcos sa hawak na dokumentong absolute pardon ni Quezon City Rep. Vincent “Bingbong” Crisologo.” Ito ang dokumentong ginamit sa kanyang pag-upo sa puwesto sa Kong­re­so at sa iba pa niyang dating mga posisyon sa gobyerno. Ayon kay Atty. Desi­derio Pagui, isa sa mga kinikilalang handwriting at document expert ng ........»»

Category: filipinoSource:  hatawtabloidRelated NewsMay 3rd, 2019

Man United soccer's top moneymaker again after 11 years

ROB HARRIS, AP Global Soccer Writer br /> LONDON (AP) — Manchester United is a long way from winning the English Premier League again but is back on top of another table — as soccer's biggest moneymaker. For the first time since 2005, Manchester United overtook Real Madrid in top spot in the soccer finance rankings compiled by accountancy firm Deloitte even as it sits sixth in the Premier League. In 2015-16 when United won only the FA Cup and failed to qualify for the Champions League, the 20-time league champions generated 515.3 million pounds (689 million euros based on the annual average; now about $632 million). Spanish champion Barcelona had 620.2 million euros in revenue and Real Madrid, which won an 11th Champions League title in May, dropped to third on 620.1 million euros in Deloitte's 20th annual rankings. United's stay at the top could be short-lived with the pound weakening since Britain voted to leave the European Union in June and the failure to reach the Champions League. Despite Jose Mourinho replacing Louis van Gaal as manager, United is struggling to break back into the top four Champions League qualification places let alone win the first Premier League title since Alex Ferguson's retirement in 2013. But United, owned by the Florida-based Glazer family and listed on the New York Stock Exchange, has maintained an ability to attract sponsors. 'Manchester United have had to wait 11 years to regain their position as the world's leading revenue-generating club and it has taken phenomenal commercial revenue growth to help them achieve this,' said Dan Jones of the Deloitte sports division. 'In recent years, their ability to secure commercial partnerships with value in excess of that achievable by their peers has been the crucial factor in enabling the club to regain their place at the top of the Money League.' The top five is completed by German champion Bayern Munich and Manchester City. The eight English clubs in the top 20 account for 45 percent of the accumulated revenue in the standings of 7.4 billion euros — up 13 percent from the previous year. Leicester, a first-time winner of the Premier League, makes the cut for the first time, squeezing into 20th place on 128.7 million pounds. West Ham returns to the top 20 and should move up from 18th place (143.8 million pounds) following its move last summer to Olympic Stadium. The other Premier League teams are: Arsenal (seventh at 350.4 million pounds), Chelsea (eight at 334.6 million pounds), Liverpool (ninth at 302 million pounds) and Tottenham (12th at 209.2 million pounds). The weight of English clubs in the revenue rankings should increase next year with the rise in television revenue. Premier League clubs should each earn at least 100 million pounds a season as part of the rights deals worth more than 8.3 billion pounds over three years. The only French team represented in the rankings is Paris Saint-Germain, which fell two places to sixth with revenue of 520.9 million euros. Zenit Saint-Petersburg is the only Russian team included, improving a place to 17th by generating 196.5 million euros. Along with Bayern, German also provides Borussia Dortmund (11th at 283.9 million euros) and Schalke (14th at 224.5 million euros). Juventus heads the list of four Italian teams, in 10th place on 224.5 million euros, followed by AS Roma (15th at 218.2 million euros), AC Milan (16th at 214.7 million euros) and Inter Milan (19th at 179.2 million euros). Deloitte warns that the enhanced English broadcast deals could see at least one of the Milan teams fall out of the top 20 next year. Joining Barcelona and Real Madrid in the rankings from Spain are Atletico Madrid in 13th place at 228.6 million euros. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 19th, 2017

Schneiderlin leaves Man United for Everton

LIVERPOOL, England (AP) — France midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin ended an underwhelming 18-month spell at Manchester United by sealing a move to English Premier League rival Everton for an initial fee of 20 million pounds ($24.5 million) on Thursday. Schneiderlin has signed a 4 1/2-year contract with Everton, where he will be reunited with manager Ronald Koeman. They were together at Southampton for two years, before Schneiderlin left for United in July 2015. 'There is a manager in place here that I know,' the 27-year-old Schneiderlin said. 'I know he can get the best out of me, I know his style and how he likes to play football.' Schneiderlin was told he could leave United after failing to establish himself in the team under Jose Mourinho this season, playing only 11 minutes in the Premier League. He was in and out of the team under Mourinho's predecessor, Louis van Gaal. 'Morgan is really hungry to show his qualities and to play because that is the best thing for a football player,' Koeman said. 'You are born as a football player to play games, not to sit on the bench or not be part of the team. But this is a new step, it's a new future.' The fee for Schneiderlin could rise to 24 million pounds ($29.3 million). Swansea signed Netherlands winger Luciano Narsingh from PSV Eindhoven for 4 million pounds ($4.9 million) as Paul Clement made his first move in the transfer market since taking over as manager from Bob Bradley. Narsingh penned a 2 1/2-year deal. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 13th, 2017

FA Cup fights for relevance as EPL gets wealthier

ROB HARRIS, AP Global Soccer Writer br /> LONDON (AP) — Within minutes of lifting the FA Cup in May, Louis van Gaal discovered how little the competition factored into the decision on his Manchester United future. United's approach for Jose Mourinho to succeed Van Gaal emerged as the Dutch coach was facing the media at Wembley Stadium straight after beating Crystal Palace. Two days later, Van Gaal was booted out of United, paying the price for failing to secure Champions League qualification by finishing in the top four. It's clear what the priority is now for English Premier League owners like the Glazers. United and the other 19 Premier League teams enter the FA Cup in the third round this weekend, knowing success in soccer's oldest knockout competition has rarely counted less. What matters is making cash through the Premier League, which has eroded the FA Cup's long-standing cherished place in the English football calendar over the last two decades. Van Gaal is one of several managers to leave their jobs despite reaching an FA Cup final. Alan Pardew, his Palace counterpart in May, was fired in December due to the London club's lowly Premier League position. Going back to 2013, Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini was turned out of his job two days after losing the final to Wigan, which was relegated in the same season. Martinez did, however, secure a move to Everton after his triumph. Roberto Di Matteo, the 2012 cup winner, was at least given until November after his May triumph before being dumped by Chelsea. Perhaps the only manager the FA Cup has mattered to in recent years was Arsene Wenger, with successes in 2014 and 2015 easing some of the heat he has faced for Arsenal's failure to win the Premier League since 2004. Wenger's last cup final victory came against Aston Villa in May 2015. Given that Villa hadn't won a major trophy since the 1996 League Cup or won the FA Cup since 1957, reaching the final was a proud day for manager Tim Sherwood. Five months later, Sherwood was dismissed and he hasn't found another job. No current manager has more experience of the FA Cup and the debate about its luster than Wenger, who has spent 21 years at Arsenal. 'I have no special solution,' the Frenchman said. 'But as well when April comes and May comes and teams go to Wembley it's something special ... it's a big priority for us. 'We have shown historically that we care about that competition and it's a massive competition for everybody.' Just less so in January. 'After the congested Christmas period it's always a tricky game the third round, and that is why I believe (it's a) mental challenge as well for the Premier League teams to prepare well, not to have a bad surprise, and especially today when you go to a Championship team it's always difficult.' Arsenal travels on Saturday to Preston, which is 11th in the 24-team second-tier League Championship. Preston North End's heyday was in the 19th century, winning the top tier twice and the FA Cup once. The northern English club's last major honor was lifting the FA Cup in 1938. Here is a look at the pick of the third-round fixtures involving Premier League teams against lower-league sides. ___ MAN UNITED-READING United's cup defense begins with a reunion as former defender Jaap Stam returns to Old Trafford. The Dutchman won the cup in United's 1998-99 treble-winning season along with the Premier League and Champions League. 'I'm not going to make a big thing of it because I'm not going to be waving,' Stam said. That's because the next time he returns to United he hopes it is because Reading, currently third in the Championship, is back in the Premier League. TOTTENHAM-ASTON VILLA Steve Bruce, whose Hull side lost the 2014 final to Arsenal, is midway through his first season at Aston Villa. There's little doubt his main task is returning the team to the Premier League but it is a place below Preston in 12th place and seven points from the playoff spots. Tottenham is likely to use the cup on Sunday as a chance to rest the key players behind the five-match league winning run, crowned by the victory over Chelsea on Wednesday that lifted Mauricio Pochettino's side to third. LIVERPOOL-PLYMOUTH It's second in the Premier League versus second in the fourth tier at Anfield on Sunday. And it's Juergen Klopp's first taste of the FA Cup, but the Liverpool manager is likely to use the game to test the depth of his squad and give game time to youngsters. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 6th, 2017

Jose Javier Reyes: Thoughts on education in the 21st Century

MANILA, Philippines – The inspirational wordsmith William Arthur Ward once said, “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains......»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 1st, 2017

Vhong di tinanggihan ni Jaclyn

SOBRANG thankful si Vhong Navarro kay Jaclyn Jose sa pagtanggap nito ng role bilang nanay niya sa “Mang Kepweng Returns.” Sabi raw sa kanya ng premyadong aktres, maraming offers itong tinanggihan. Pero ang MKR ang tinanggap nito......»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsDec 26th, 2016

Jaclyn Jose dismayado sa ABS-CBN; ipinagtanggol si Andi

Jaclyn Jose dismayado sa ABS-CBN; ipinagtanggol si Andi.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 6th, 2016

Jaclyn Jose airs disappointment with ABS-CBN over daughter Andi Eigenmann's Best Actress win

Jaclyn Jose airs disappointment with ABS-CBN over daughter Andi Eigenmann's Best Actress win.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsDec 6th, 2016