Japan PM offers PH drug war support

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US Soccer: Trump encouraging a World Cup with Mexico, Canada

Far from impeding a World Cup bid, souring diplomatic relations between the United States and Mexico emboldened those country's soccer leaders to find common ground through pursuing one of the biggest events in sports. The U.S. could have gone it alone trying to host the 2026 World Cup, but it is seeking goodwill from FIFA and its neighbors by joining forces with Mexico and Canada. 'Especially with what's going on in the world today, we believe this is a hugely positive signal and symbol of what we can do together in unifying people,' U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati said at Monday's bid launch, 'especially in our three countries.' Gulati didn't directly mention President Donald Trump in that particular remark, but the impact of the policies of the fledging administration on a World Cup bid involving feuding neighbors was a constant theme during the event atop the Freedom Tower in lower Manhattan. Trump has derided Mexico as a source of rapists and criminals, and vowed to build a wall on the border. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto recently canceled a trip to Washington over Trump's insistence that Mexico pay for the wall. Such tensions are at odds with the apparent glowing endorsement by Trump of Mexico's participation in a World Cup bid that currently faces no competitors. 'We have very specifically addressed this with the president,' Gulati said of the Trump controversies. 'He is fully supportive of the joint bid, encouraged the joint bid, and is especially pleased with the fact Mexico is participating.' The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment, and Gulati later clarified that he had not directly spoken to Trump. 'I'm not on the phone with the president or sitting down to dinner with him,' Gulati said. 'But he knows what we want to do.' Gulati maintained that he's 'not at all concerned about some of the issues that other people may raise.' Another of those issues are Trump's plans — since stopped by courts — to bar new visas for people from Iran, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen and Libya. FIFA President Gianni Infantino said last month that all players, team officials, and support staff from the 48 finalists 'need to have access to the country, otherwise there is no World Cup. That is obvious.' The 2026 World Cup will be the first tournament since FIFA expanded the field from 32 nations. A triple-hosted tournament poses logistical challenges trying to accommodate 48 teams, but the plethora of soccer facilities in North America offers some certainty to FIFA after likely challenging tournaments in Russia in 2018 and Qatar in 2022. 'A good signal to the rest of the world is that this can be done without necessarily building infrastructure or venues specifically for one event,' Gulati said. The U.S., which hosted the World Cup in 1994, would dominate by staging 60 games, including all from the quarterfinals and on. Mexico and Canada would have to settle for 10 games each. As a consolation, Mexico wants the opener at its 87,000-capacity Azteca Stadium if it becomes the first three-time World Cup host. The U.S., Mexico, and Canada all expect to qualify automatically — as the last co-hosts South Korea and Japan did in 2002 — but the FIFA Council has the final decision on the 2026 slots. The quota of finalists for CONCACAF, the North and Central American and Caribbean region, will double to at least six under the new format. The hosting rights are due to be awarded by FIFA in 2020. Africa and South America are eligible to bid but no countries from those continents have publicly declared an interest. 'We heard something about Morocco,' Gulati said, 'but we don't know yet.' Argentina and Uruguay are keen on co-hosting the centenary World Cup in 2030. FIFA rules currently prevent 2026 bidders from Europe and Asia because they will have hosted the previous two tournaments. The U.S. participated in the 2018 and 2022 bidding contest but lost in a hotly disputed vote that sparked corruption investigations. The fallout from the two FIFA executive committee votes included the forced departure of long-standing president Sepp Blatter and the criminal indictments in the U.S. of more than 40 people. The procedure will change for the 2026 World Cup with the entire FIFA membership, which stands at 211, having a vote. Details of the host cities for 2026 are yet to be announced but the U.S. portion of the bid will rely on the gleaming stadiums opened by the NFL in the past two decades. Among the possible venues are MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey (82,500 capacity); AT& T Stadium in Arlington, Texas (80,000); Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California (68,500); Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts (66,000); and Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia (69,500). Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium (71,000) is set to open this year and an 80,000-seat stadium for the Los Angeles Rams in Inglewood, California, in 2019. The Washington Redskins also hope for a new home. Chicago's Soldier Field is the only one of the 1994 venues likely to be used, having undergone a complete renovation. Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, also has been modernized and a soccer-style roof over the seats was added. As well as the Azteca Stadium in Mexico, there are relatively new venues in Monterrey (BBVA Bancomer, 52,000, 2015) and Guadalajara (Estadio Chivas, 45,000, 2010). Canada's largest arena is Commonwealth Stadium (56,000) in Edmonton, Alberta, which was renovated ahead of the 2015 Women's World Cup. BC Place in Vancouver, British Columbia (54,500) was used in 2015. Montreal's Olympic Stadium (56,000) and Toronto's Rogers Centre (53,000) are less ideal for soccer in their current states. ___ Rob Harris is at and ___ AP Sports Writers Eric Nunez and Ronald Blum in New York contributed to this report. .....»»

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Japan business org to help PH SMEs

Officials of the Japan Management Association (JMA), a business support organization in Japan, recently met with Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC) Executive Director Nestor Palabyab to express interest in helping small and medium enterprises in the food industry. JMA is eyeing partnership with PTTC in training Philippine small and medium enterprises (SMEs) engaged in the [&'].....»»

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It's time we talk about Beach Volleyball Republic's epic rise

In the Summer of 2016, Beach Volleyball Republic finally landed in Boracay. It was a big win for the group founded by former Ateneo volleyball stars, after all, with Boracay literally the most famous beach in the Philippines, it was the perfect place to showcase the budding orgazination focused on beach volleyball. As part of the nationwide tour by BVR for 2016, the Boracay leg featured only one court and only one division, an all-women tournament. Fast forward to the Summer of 2017 and BVR has started a new tour. But in the year since Boracay, BVR has been bigger and better, with the latest leg alone in Currimao, Ilocos Norte over the weekend featuring not just one, not two, but three divisions. There was a time when men only played in a King of the Rock style of tournament, now, there are enough players to support two separate divisions. Also, BVR set up six courts in Currimao, with four of them being used for actual competition. The other two? Well, let's just say more than a handful of local kids were also having their own beach volleyball tournament over the course of two days there, heavy rain and all. 'We're very much happy with BVR and I think it's well manifested when it comes to the number of teams joining, it's growing already,' co-founder Charo Soriano told ABS-CBN Sports on the BVR's incredible growth and widened reach. 'The number of fans, they're watching in each location. And the amount of support that we get from each local government unit. It's all these things that are very vital for the sustainability of the growth of beach volleyball in our country,' she added. For the longest time, only a number of regular players see action during BVR legs. And more often than not, half of the teams competing are made up of the actual founders that include Soriano, Bea Tan, and Dzi Gervacio. However, over the past couple of tournaments, with an expanding pool of players, BVR can now afford to not play so many of its stakeholders. Soriano hasn't played in any of the legs of the current tour this year. 'Whe we started our first few legs, it was almost the regular players that are playing. At the same time, I think those players who play regularly grew and became more competitive, so right now with the influx of new teams, not only locally, we got teams as well from Malaysia as well as Hong Kong, I think our first few legs really trained us for this type of tournament,' Soriano said. 'Right now, we can see that we're playing very well against international teams and I want for this to be able to continue in the future as well. So in each of our BVR on Tour legs, we would want to keep it open to international teams as well,' she added.   br /> strong>WELCOME WORLD /strong> After playing its 2016 national championship tournament, BVR went all in with an Invitational joust that included teams from Brazil, US, New Zealand, and a couple more pairs from Asia. While BVR is yet to duplicate that feat, there has been a conscious effort to incorporate foreign squads on tour. In this year's Manila leg, a team from Japan actually won in the women's division. In Ilocos Norte, two foreign squads, from Hong Kong and Malaysia, made the final of the men's open and men's collegiate division respectively with the Malaysians taking the win. 'We want top open up our players not only to the local scene but we wanted to slowly open up the players to international scene,' Soriano said. 'That's why in each leg we try to invite 2-3 international teams. That will help our local talent a lot, especially in preparation for the SEA Games in 2019,' she added. While there's no official confirmation yet if beach volleyball will be included in the SEA Games lineup two years from now, the BVR is already doing its part in helping the Philippines send contender for gold. 'Henceforth, we'll be able to also give support to our beach volleyball players din,' Soriano said. 'Admittedly, we have a lot of good ones in the coastal communities, if we can be able to support them and trust them, give them training in a span of like let's say a year, a year and a half, then I think we can be competitive in the Southeast Asian Games for beach volleyball,' she added. And the key to be competitive is to play competitive teams. As early as now, the BVR is working on an officially sanctioned tournament featuring foreign players going up against local talent. 'Hopefully will be able to make one din that's sanctioned by the international federation as well, that's what we're preparing for also. Hopefully by next year we'll be able to do it, right now we're not that big yet but hopefully we'll get there,' Soriano said.   strong>DON'T STOP, WON'T STOP /strong> BVR's quest to grow the sport of beach volleyball will not stop just because there are a handful of new players and a couple more courts set up on every new location. As with every other successful organization, consistency is key. With that in mind, BVR already has some exciting plans set for the rest of 2017 and beyond. 'For this year we're gonna have our national championship, we're [also] gonna have an international one, Asian Invitational. And we're gonna also have new places [to visit], namely Siargao and Surigao maybe late in the year,' Soriano said. 'We'll make sure to bring the sport to different regions and different countries and to give local players also the chance to compete. Because right now, in each of the legs  that we're going to, we give way to the locals, we give them a slot so that their sports director, their sports coordinator, can also assess where they are and then be able to help them,' she added. In the year since Boracay, BVR has been bigger and better. The group founded by former Ateneo volleyball stars is on a genuine mission to unleash an untapped potential in a sport that should come natural to us as citizens of a country surrounded by beaches. Something great is going on in BVR, and it's time we talked about it. There are no politics here, only beach volleyball games to be played under the sun. Even under pouring rain.   br /> --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8 .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 22nd, 2017

Milan Melindo emerges victorious in enemy territory

em>'AKIRA! AKIRA! AKIRA!'  /em> Sunday night, Milan Melindo wasn't just battling the reigning IBF light flyweight champion. He was also taking on the thousands of Japanese fans in attendance, supporting their hometown hero Akira Yaegashi as he attempted to defend his title for the third time.  em>'AKIRA! AKIRA! AKIRA!'  /em> From the opening bell, the people inside the Ariake Coliseum chanted their champion's name, non-stop.  That was until the 1:29 minute mark of the match, when Melindo sent Yaegashi crashing to the mat for a first time.  The chants turned into nervous buzzing. It was as if they knew something was going wrong.  After a well-placed left uppercut to the jaw sent Yaegashi on the mat once again moments later, the nervous buzzing grew louder. No more chants, this time around.  The Japanese fans tried egging their champion on, but with 23 seconds remaining in the first round, the Melindo detonated a crisp one-two combination on Yaegashi's mug that sent the champion down for a third time. For the last time.  When the referee finally waved the fight off, there was no more chanting. No more nervous buzzing. Just stunned silence.  The only noise that could be heard was Melindo and his corner, coach Edito 'Ala' Villamor, coach Edmund Villamor, and coach Michael Domingo, screaming in celebration.  Finally, the 29-year old Cagayanon is a world champion. More impressively, he did it in enemy territory, against one of Japan's most popular champions.  And he did it with thousands firmly rooting against him.  em>'Pag-start ng fight, pag-entrance na-intimidate ako, ang daming fans. Ang dami niyang alalay,' /em>Melindo told ABS-CBN's Dyan Castillejo. em>'Ang crowd, sa kanya nag-chicheer.'  /em> Without the crowd support that he's used to, Melindo turned to a bigger audience for a little support.  em>'Tumingin ako sa taas, sabi ko God, tulungan mo ako.' /em> Once the bell rang however, it seemed as if the crowd support didn't help the defending champion, as Melindo dominated Yaegashi for the stretch of the fight. The early knockout even came as a surprise to coach 'Ala' Villamor.  'Hindi namin na expect na ganoon kadali, kasi si Akira is a durable world champion.'  Even Melindo couldn't believe his handywork, and deferred the win to the man upstairs.  'Hindi ko lubos maisip na nagawa ko. Si God ang gumawa ng way.' As Melindo heads back home to Cebu later this week, the ALA Boxing Promotions standout will once again hear people cheering, but this time, it'll be for him, as he brings home his first world championship.  .....»»

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U20 World Cup offers glory for teams, stardom for youngsters

JOHN DUERDEN   SEOUL (AP) — When the FIFA Under-20 World Cup kicks off in South Korea on Saturday, some of the planet's most talented young players will be looking to emulate legends such as Diego Maradona and Lionel Messi and win the tournament MVP award. From May 20 to June 11, a new generation of Argentinian prospects will try to lead the country to a record seventh victory, starting with a blockbuster clash against old rival England at Jeonju World Cup Stadium. Host South Korea and Guinea complete Group A. Argentina coach Claudio Ubeda is looking forward to the challenge. 'We have a good record in this tournament,' he said in Vietnam earlier in May. 'It is important to get off to a good start and we know that we have a very tough opening game against England.' England is still trying to break its duck in this tournament though coach Paul Simpson arrives with a talented roster full of English Premier League talent including three from champion Chelsea and five from Everton. 'I'm delighted with the squad we've been able to assemble out here and really looking forward to seeing the players perform on a wonderful stage,' Simpson said on arrival in Korea. 'Hopefully, we can entertain the South Korean public and get some positive results.' In this 24-team tournament, England is not seen as a front-runner, with Germany, France, Italy and Portugal regarded as the favorites from Europe and Argentina and Uruguay expected to lead the South American charge in the absence of Brazil, which failed to qualify. Two of those potential winners meet on Sunday as Uruguay takes on Italy in Suwon, just south of the capital Seoul. Rodrigo Amaral was the top scorer as Uruguay won the Under-19 South American Championship. The striker is regarded as one of the brightest prospects in world soccer. France won the 2016 UEFA Under-19 title and is expected to ease into the last 16 from a group containing Honduras, New Zealand and Vietnam. Jean-Kevin Augustin was the top scorer in that title win with six goals and the Paris St-Germain striker should lead the line in South Korea. The United States is traveling to the tournament as confederation champion for the first time in its history and kicks off Group F against Ecuador and then goes on to face Senegal and Saudi Arabia. Coach Tab Ramos has a number of injuries to contend with and has struggled to secure the release of some of his European-based players. The team does have a number of talents in its roster including Real Salt Lake winger Brooks Lennon, on loan from English Premier League giant Liverpool. Monday's clash with Ecuador in the port city of Incheon will be crucial for Team USA. Ramos said that by drawing 'the runner-up team in South America as the first team that we play, we already start with a final. So in this tournament we cannot afford to gradually get better.' With the tournament taking place in Asia, continental hopes rest on the shoulders of Japan and host South Korea. Both countries are excited about young players with Barcelona experience. Takefusa Kubo spent four years playing for Barcelona's youth team before signing for FC Tokyo in 2016. Still just 15, the midfielder made his first team debut for the club in a cup match earlier in May and is already a star in Japan. Japan's group, with Italy, Uruguay and South Africa is tough. Korea's is far from easy, with an opening game against Guinea followed by Argentina and England. Korea's star is Lee Seung-woo, now in Barcelona's Under-19 team after spending six years at the Spanish club. Lee scored against Uruguay in a warm-up game a week before kick-off and 'South Korea's Messi' is confident. 'We want to go as far as we can, go all the way,' said Lee. 'First though we have to focus on Guinea.' Sixteen of the 24 teams will progress to the second round, the top two from each of the six groups and the four best third-place finishers. The final will take place in Suwon on June 11. .....»»

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Don’t fund substandard drug rehab facility, Japan urged

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Mika Reyes leads Team Blue past Team Red in Clash of Heroes

Head coach Francis Vicente appreciated the presence of 15 national women’s volleyball team aspirants led by Mika Reyes and Jaja Santiago in the Clash of Heroes event at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan Monday. “I do appreciate those players na ang focus nila is for the country,” said Vicente after the fund-raising event for the benefit of the national team’s training in Japan and Korea in July as part of the buildup for the 29th Southeast Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on August 19-30. Reyes and Frances Molina led the assault of the Team Blue as it outlasted Santiago’s Team Red, 19-25, 22-25, 25-19, 25-15, 15-10. Petron star Molina scored 20 points anchored on 17 attacks while Reyes had 17 markers coming off 10 kills, four aces and three kill blocks for Team Blue. Shaya Adorador added 13 markers.           “Very appreciative ako sa kanila sa resulta, na nandito sila lalo na kay Mika,” said Vicente. “Alam natin na busy rin ito pero nandito. Humahanga ako sa ganyang mga player na binibigyan ng time yung kapag sinabi mong for flag they’re there to support the flag.” Santiago finished with 19 for Team Red while Gen Casugod, Aiza Maizo-Pontillas and Ria Meneses, who was converted to an open hitter, scored eight markers each. Vicente, his coaching staff and Larong Volleyball sa Pilipinas, Inc. will deliberate the composition of the 18-woman roster and will announce the names within the week. The mentor cleared that those who failed to participate the event are still welcome to join the national team within the one-week window before their announcement.       ---         Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles      .....»»

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Japan to build drug rehab center in Baguio

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China urges UN to support Philippines war on drugs

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Infantino blames 'fake news' for FIFA woes, offers no cases

ROB HARRIS, AP Global Soccer Writer   MANAMA, Bahrain (AP) — Gianni Infantino waged a strident defense of his FIFA leadership by lashing out at 'fake news' and 'alternative facts' circulated about a governing body he insists has recovered its reputation and can be trusted. Addressing his second congress of soccer nations as FIFA president, Infantino on Thursday invoked the rhetoric favored by U.S. President Donald Trump to take on his critics by also lambasting experts who 'miserably failed' and promoting his 'football first' agenda. Infantino later acknowledged he could not support his 'fake news' outburst with supporting facts. He was under pressure at his second congress since replacing Sepp Blatter as world soccer's leader in February 2016, with questions about the power he is exerting overshadowing the gathering. FIFA's top ethics officials — judge Hans-Joachim Eckert and prosecutor Cornel Borbely — were ousted by Infantino this week, and the disgruntled pair accused the president of jeopardizing the reform of the organization. Only pressure from criminal authorities forced FIFA to overhaul its structures to dilute the power of the presidency and show it can be trusted. But Reinhard Grindel, a member of Infantino's ruling council, criticized the way FIFA's ethics and reform leadership was abruptly replaced this week, and said the process should have been 'more transparent.' 'This is certainly not how we should make such sensitive decisions in the future,' said Grindel, the German federation president. The credentials of the people who replaced Eckert and Borbely have not been questioned, but the murky process left a sour taste with some delegates. Former FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali believes FIFA has 'already lost the battle of public opinion.' The Jordanian federation head also accused Infantino of acting undemocratically when he blocked delegates from having a say on the dispute between the Palestinian and Israeli federations. It will be dealt with in secret by the FIFA Council headed by Infantino. 'You cannot prevent a congress from making a decision that is in their rights,' Prince Ali said, bemoaning the fact FIFA remains 'in crisis.' 'You can have a FIFA president who says everything is fine, as we have heard before,' the prince said, 'but obviously it is not.' Infantino, though, blamed troublemakers for distorting coverage of his progress in repairing the scandal-battered organization. 'Sadly, the truth is not what is necessarily true but what people believe is true,' Infantino told the congress. 'There is a lot of fake news and alternative facts about FIFA circulating. FIFA bashing has become a national sport in some countries.' Asked later by reporters to provide examples of 'fake news,' Infantino said: 'Generally, it's my feeling. 'It's not the media I was meaning. There are a lot of people spreading a lot of wrong and false information.' For Infantino, there is no doubt 'crisis is over,' despite a Kuwaiti member of his council recently abandoning plans to seek re-election after being accused of bribery by American authorities. 'We are rebuilding the credibility of FIFA. The new FIFA is a democracy it is not a dictatorship,' Infantino said. 'New FIFA, it is a transparent organization, not an organization that is fiddling around with facts and figures. It is a deeply honest organization.' FIFA first embarked on a reform mission in 2011 after election bribery allegations, but a deeper financial scandal exploded four years later with raids in Zurich and the arrest of soccer officials. 'Where were all these self-proclaimed good governance and compliance gurus who were supposed to control FIFA when all this was happening?' asked Infantino, whose former bosses at UEFA were often cited by reform advisers as a barrier to progress. 'They all miserably failed. It's not me saying it. It's the facts saying it. 'We will not accept any good governance lesson from any of these individuals who have miserably failed in protecting football, protecting FIFA, and in protecting football from FIFA.' Expanding on the reform supervisors, Infantino said: 'What did they do? They simply rubber-stamped a sick and wrong system. It is not me saying it. It is the criminal courts saying it all over the world.' FIFA has spent tens of millions of dollars on experts to protect its victim status in criminal investigations and reclaim cash from corrupt officials. Infantino issued a plea to officials still hoping to profit through bribery, embezzlement, and fraud. 'If there's anyone in this room or outside of this room who still thinks he can enrich himself, that he can abuse football, I have one clear and strong message to tell him: Leave football and leave football now. We don't want you.' There was applause, and no sign of anyone leaving the room. FIFA officials remain under criminal investigation in Switzerland and the United States. FIFA audit committee member Richard Lai, an American citizen from Guam, recently pleaded guilty to wire fraud conspiracy charges related to taking around $1 million in bribes including at least $850,000 from Kuwaiti officials. The case implicated Sheikh Ahmad Al Fahad Al Sabah, the executive forced to scrap his council re-election bid. ___ Rob Harris is at and .....»»

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Duterte seeks WEF support in drug war

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Sulu renews strong support to Duterte’s anti-drug campaign

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