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By Mike Limpag
On May 7, 2011
At 1:05 am
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3 Comments for this post

monchu garcia Says:


Thanks for this article. I’ve never been happier being called a FOOL! :) I guess we are alike… Crazy for Football! I’ve played this great sport all my life and i only wish that all Pinoys get to enjoy “the beautiful game”, just like the rest of the world does. THank you for your support and more power to you!


KayaFC Says:

Great read! Hopefully one day you’ll be able to watch us play live. :)

Mike Limpag Says:

Hi Monchu Garcia,
Thanks for dropping by. Yep, we’re both fooball fools, but the difference is, you guys in the UFL are making a difference. (by the way, what’s your e-mail ad? Mine is Let’s talk some more about the birth of the UFL..)

To Kaya FC. Thanks for the nice words. I hope to see you play too and I’m hoping it will be later this year. By the way, what’s the reason behind the name Kaya? Is it an acronym? Or is it like Kaya as in, Kaya natin to?” Just curious.


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