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The fact is, at home, the Azkals have been so successful they haven’t lost since that Laos game and after the shutout wins against Mongolia (2-0) and Sri Lanka (4-0), they haven’t conceded a single goal in a home game since 2008—beating Brunei, 1-0, drawing Tajikistan, 0-0, and beating Bhutan, 3-0. That was three years ago, two years before the Vietnam success.

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Philippine football is where it is now because of what guys like Aris Caslib, Vince Santos, and the seven players of that 2004 squad started. It is not an overnight success story, it only seems so because some writers are too lazy to research before putting pen to paper.

Philippine football has and is continuing to improve.

What is needed right now, is for the Philippine mainstream sports media—especially those who want to write football—to improve too.


Filed under : Fair Play
By Mike Limpag
On July 8, 2011
At 8:24 pm
Comments : 14

14 Comments for this post

Arielle Says:

“…he wasn’t paying attention since it wasn’t a physical match and the two were not sent off…”

LOLsome! Do we repost this? Hehehe!

jun Says:

yo mike! sorry-ass punk this knucklehead you are talking about. but dude, c’mon this article is too mellow for his kind. you are telling us things we already know about the azkals. if this yahoos deserves mentioning in your worthy blog, mention him in a fashion he deserves. tear him up! rip him apart! what are you worried about, you got millions of azkaholics behind you. smoke him, sir!

john Says:

Very good point. You tell like it is. Good job!

Patrick Says:

Very well said. Those writers should know that there is no shortcut to success. Nice article dude. Been fan of footbal since Im 11 years old, the age I started playing football. Keep it up dude!

Detlef Ernst Says:

Hi Mike,

I agree with most of your comments on the Azkals improvement in your column published on 9th July.

It is very disappointing that you, like most of the commentators in the Philippine media, did not find it worth to mention that one of several reasons for the success of the Azkals is the work of its German coach!

May be in one of your future columns you can leave some of the credit to him.

best regards Detlef

Mike Limpag Says:

Hi Detlef, it’s not that I’m not giving him credit, I was focused on pre 2010 to prove that the team isn’t an overnight success. But you’re right, of course. The current coaching staf–Dan, Michael, the assistant coaches and therapists–deserve credit.

Mike Limpag Says:

Thanks Patrick, some of the mainstream writers have disappointing outputs. I hope they improve with the team… :-)

Mike Limpag Says:

This came out in our paper (sunstar.com.ph) and I just can’t rip anybody apart, even if they really deserve it. A little restraint is needed

Mike Limpag Says:

Please bay! hehehe

observer Says:

i agree!!! very well said

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jun Says:

“Reul Vidal is an Ignorant Anti-Azkal Journalist”. Heck of a thesis.

jun Says:

get away from the obvious content and feed us hungry azkaholics, bay. he drew first blood. let’s get him.


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