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By leonkilat
On July 30, 2006
At 1:43 pm
Comments : 5
 

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ronaldo Says:

bai mike, pardon my geographical ignorance, but where exactly is Polomolok from General Santos, or Pagadian or Davao City ? i travel to these cities at least 3 times a month and stay 2-3 days in each. i would like to take a glance at these 6 football fields if it is just a few minutes ride from either of these cities.

 
 
mike Says:

bai,

polomolok is about 15 to 20 minutes away from gen san, the most prominent field is that of san lorenzo ruiz academy, cause its still maintained by the school, the rest, you’d have a hardtime recognizing it as a footbal field

 
 
andriy Says:

i can relate bai. every time i look at the up high football field, magsakit akong dughan kay ang katunga tagatuhod nga sagbot, ang katunga batuon. wala nay highschool students magdula, di sama sa una. gitambakan pa jud sa kapitolyo ug binuak nga semento. pero at least gigamit pa ni sa uban clubs nga field, bisan murag giagiag giyera. paet

 
 
ronaldo Says:

the UP football field is not the only field Capitol is using for purposes other than football. the old CIS field in Banilad is now used as a dumpsite for rusting heavy equipment. in the province, the Dumanhug Sports Complex has remained undeveloped and unused after the 2005 CVIRAA. there are at least two football fields in elementary public schools in Toledo City, one in Balamban, one in Carcar and another in Badian that is also unused. this doesn’t mean that no one is interested in the game in this places. it’s just nobody is taking the iniative to promote football in these areas (grassroots man unta). these places has already the facilities – the fields – yet nobody is bringing football there.

travel up north and you will see football fields in public elementary schools in Bogo, Bantayan and San Remegio, again with nobody using it. i once talked with owners of Kukuk’s Nest and other expatriates in Moalboal and they are wondering why we have fields, we have potential, yet nobody is promoting football in the provinces. Expats play 7 a side regularly in Moalboal at a field in front of the parish church and sometimes the kids play along with them but nobody is really taking charge. 2-3 years from now, they will be playing basketball or other sports and football will be a long-gone memory for them. another wasted opportunity.

Cebufootball has been hyped as very popular. the CebuFA has claimed that their priority is to promote football. guys, look beyond the urban areas and try to feel the presence of football there – NADA. again, it’s ironic that public fields are available, yet nobody is taking advantage of them. while here in the cities, failure to implement a decent football program is always blamed on the lack of playing fields.

sure as hell stinks.

 
 
ronaldo Says:

do you know who represented Cebu Province in the 2006 CVIRAA ? not a school from any of the cities of the province but a public elementary school from Bantayan Island. yup, kids playing with practically no equipment and with a coach fresh out of Don Bosco Boys Home managed to play head to head during the CVIRAA against the DBC team that won the Palaro crown. they only lost because they lost steam, yet they played with passion and stuck with a defensive game plan that was hard to score against.

i asked the coach how football got a toehold on their area. he said that he just started kicking and shooting at the field and pretty soon kids were regularly doing it with him. expats at nearby resorts would drop-by and kids would see small sided games and get interested.

during the last CVIRAA, these kids played using old rubber slippers as shin guards and spikes that were fresh from the ukay-ukay yet they played with determination and passion. it would have been a perfect example to showcase Cebuano grassroots football yet CebuFA wasn’t there to witness it. sure, one of the board members went to Tagbilaran but only to see his son play in the secondary level. the cebu province team i guess doesn’t deserve any of the CebuFA’s time.

a lot of football things doesn’t seem to deserve CebuFA’s time.

a lot of things sure as hell stinks.

 

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