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  1. #101

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    Quote Originally Posted by pokpok
    o ayan malinaw walang BRINGAS!!!
    Siempre, January 2009 issue yan ng UE Today, may pasok pa sa San Sebastian ang bata at naghahanda sa NCAA Track and Field competition, na kung saan nanalo yata siya ng dalawang medalyang ginto sa shot put at discuss.

    Pero wala nang pasok ngayon, abangan natin ang susunod na picture taking!
    We had a head start in this game. At one time we had a glorious 3rd place finish in the World Championship and was the undisputed power in Asia. But the world has learned how to play it. They may not be as good as us,but they have enough smarts to make use of their height. That is enough to beat us.

  2. #102

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    Quote Originally Posted by pokpok
    o ayan malinaw walang BRINGAS!!!
    .... as of late, Arvie likes wearing Green

  3. #103

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    o diba mas mataas ang budget kapag naka green... pero hopefully makakuha tayo ng replacement,,,
    off topic pasensiya na tagal ko nawala.. crisis kasi kailangan doble kayod...

  4. #104

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    no problem, if ever hindi natin makuha si Arvie. madami pa tayong big guys sa team like, Acibar 6'4, Alabanza 6'5, Duran 6'3, Flores 6'3, Wagas 6'3, and the chinito guy, Alex Lim 6'4(?), yung katabi ni Acibar sa picture. yung iba nga natin players, binangko lang ni dindo, sinayang lang n'ya yung eligibility nung mga bata * . focus kasi ng plays n'ya sa guards.
    Keep The Faith
    [size=10pt]GO REDS FIGHT![/size]

  5. #105

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    ^

    What did you expect from a Pumaren? The coaching philosophy of the Pumaren family has always been guard oriented and pressure defense. Franz Pumaren has been the most successful of the Pumaren brothers because he successfully recruited the necessary players for their system.

  6. #106

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    Quote Originally Posted by pokpok
    o diba mas mataas ang budget kapag naka green... pero hopefully makakuha tayo ng replacement,,,
    off topic pasensiya na tagal ko nawala.. crisis kasi kailangan doble kayod...
    * I think its confirmed already that Arvie will play for the green.* But he will not be a big lost to UE.
    He has the talent but it would not be felt this year.* The run and gun style of DLSU may not be suited for Arvie, Just maybe.

  7. #107

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    Quote Originally Posted by Regular Grey
    Ano ba name ni Coach, chongson o tiongson?
    My apologies! Its Coach CHONGSON!

  8. #108

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    link:
    http://www.ue.edu.ph/manila/news/?news=200913.html


    UE Red Warriors win 1st runner up in Taipei tourney



    The University of the East men’s basketball team, the UE Red Warriors, recently returned triumphant from Taipei where they competed at the five-school 2009 Ming Dao Cup International Tournament, emerging as first runner-up.

    The UE Red Warriors overpowered the teams from Taoyuan Sports Institute of Taiwan and the Chinese University of Hong Kong in their first and second games, respectively.

    The UE Red Warriors won coming from behind twice, rallying to overcome the 18-point lead of Taichung Sports Institute of Taiwan in their penultimate game and a 15-point lead of the tourney host’s Ming Dao University during their final game. Their lone defeat was by Korea’s Kyung Hee University squad, who reportedly came to Taipei a month ahead of schedule to prepare for the tournament.

    According to UE Red Warriors Coach Lawrence Chongson, the tournament was a “3-in-1” trip – it gave the boys a taste of international competition; it was a great bonding opportunity for him and the boys as he is a newcomer to the team; and since it was the first time for several team members to travel abroad, they were able to experience a different culture and learned many new things. The UE Red Warriors earned US$1,200 prize money as 1st runner-up.

    Photo shows the jubilant UE Red Warriors, Coach Chongson (six from left) and supporters. Also shown with them is UE Marketing Dept. Executive Director Jesus Tanchanco Sr. (5th from left), who led the welcome of the UE Red Warriors upon their arrival at NAIA II.

    Keep The Faith
    [size=10pt]GO REDS FIGHT![/size]

  9. #109

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    wow congrats naman.. mas maganda ata ngayon ang status natin ha... underdogs tayo pero MANGGUGULAT...WE ARE THE DARK HORSE this year... hopefully......

  10. #110

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    UE does not seem to have the deep reserve roster of season past as the Red Warriors are not seeing action in the Fr Martin Cup summer tournament. UE will definitely be in the Fil Oil and Nike.

    At present team management is looking for players who can form some sort of future reserve corps for the red and white. I would not be surprised if we soon see some African imports as well in CM Recto.

    These are the players who played in Season 71 and to my recollection can still play in Season 72:

    Pari Llagas
    Hans Thiele
    Elmer Espiritu
    John Noble
    Erwin Duran
    Jairold Flores
    Val Acuna
    Paul Lee
    Toto Bandaying
    Lucas Tagarda
    Paul Zamar
    Raffy Reyes
    James Martinez
    Rudy Linganay

    That leaves two guys only that I recall are still UE reserves: 6'5" John Alabanza and 6'5" Ken Acibar.

    IF any of the bigs of UE for any reason no longer play in Season 72 at least there are two 6'5" players who can take their place. The guards are smallish but solid, and they do have Paul Lee who will most likely have his best season as a Red Warrior in Season 72. Val Acuna also played well in the last PBL conference and should get more minutes and better opportunities to shine under Lawrence Chongson.

    Two players I'd like to see improve are Bandaying and Tagarda. These two play very well in the off-season but somehow never got the full confidence of former UE head coach Dindo Pumaren. If they can make some headway under Chongson that gives UE more firepower and athleticism in the perimeter, which will relieve a lot of pressure from the thinned out frontline and even their more marked guards like Martinez and Linganay.

    It is the summer hoop season and it is traditionally UE's time to shine. Hopefully we'll see a strong and tough UE team in both the Fil Oil and Nike.
    FRIENDS LANG KAMI


 
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