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  1. #11
    sana next year mag-improve and hoping RR will stay, huwag na nila pilitin si pingoy kung ayaw talaga. 3 and 5 position need naten.

  2. #12
    Though im no fan of Nash as a coach, he would be the best candidate for FEU coaching job. I will pick him for Abbarientos. How about Loui Alas?
    Everything's Eventual

  3. #13
    Louie Alas will stay as a Team Consultant thou he was saying he quit as being Coach of Letran knights..
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

  4. #14
    Well, denial means something thou....
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

  5. #15
    Alas approached for Eagles coaching job as candidates list expands
    By Reuben Terrado

    November 10, 2012, 12:33 pm

    Louie Alas has been approached for the vacant Ateneo coaching job after his resignation at Letran.

    LOUIE Alas has cropped up on Ateneo’s ‘wish list’ for its vacant coaching job as the school veered closer and closer to appointing another non-alumnus to one of the most high-profile positions in college basketball.

    A source who asked not to be named confirmed the school has added not only Alas but also Adamson coach Leo Austria to the candidates list, and has even reached out to the former Letran coach to ask if he is willing to be recommended to the position.

    Another source close to Alas has confirmed the approach to Spin.ph.

    Alas recently announced his resignation as Letran coach after the Knights bowed to the San Beda Red Lions in the last NCAA Finals. He added that he is still open to help the school in a consultant role.

    However, reports said Letran officials still plan to talk Alas out of resigning.

    Alas and Austria join Alex Compton and Ateneo assistant coaches Sandy Arespacochaga and Jamike Jarin on the list of candidates to replace Norman Black, who moved to Talk ‘N Text in the PBA after leading the Blue Eagles to their fifth straight championship.

    Compton, like Alas, an assistant coach at Alaska, has already been interviewed for the job.

    Of late, Ateneo officials have made it clear that the job is Arespacochaga's for the taking. However, Black's longtime assistant has been cool to the overtures, ever since Ateneo's search committee chose Bo Perasol over him in the months after Black announced his plan to quit the job.

    Perasol has since been released from a contract he signed with Ateneo after a falling-out between the school and top patron Manny Pangilinan.

    If anyone among Alas, Austria and Compton is picked, he will become the fourth non-alumni to take on the Eagles' job in recent years after Joe Lipa, Joel Banal, and Black. Arespacochaga was the lone exception, having coached the team for one year before Black took over.

    Over the years, several former stars have failed to get the Ateneo job, with former King Eagle Jun Reyes losing out to Banal and Petron coach Olsen Racela reportedly overlooked in favor of Perasol.

    On Saturday, national coach Chot Reyes hinted on his Twitter account that another non-alumnus is in line to be named to the job.

    “Sa Lakers unknown pa (ang next coach) pero sa Eagles alam na hindi alumnus #theAteneoWay,” Reyes wrote on his Twitter account @coachot.

    Ateneo athletic director Ricky Palou and team manager Paolo Trillo, however, have insisted that no decision has been made, but added that they expect to discuss the coaching position soon with Ateneo president Fr. Jett Villarin.
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

  6. #16
    When informed about national coach Chot Reyes’ tweet, Ateneo athletic director Ricky Palou said: “Wala pa eh, wala nga 'yung presidente namin dito, he is out of the country. How can Chot know that na hindi pa namin alam?”
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

  7. #17
    ATENEO officials insist the Blue Eagles still do not have a coach, denying a tweet by national coach Chot Reyes implying that the reigning champions may have already picked someone to replace Norman Black on the bench.

    Reyes appeared to have inside knowledge of who is next in line in the Ateneo coaching job based on what he wrote on Saturday morning in his Twitter account @coachot.

    “Sa Lakers unknown pa pero sa Eagles alam na hindi alumnus #theAteneoWay,” Reyes wrote.

    The Los Angeles Lakers fired coach Mike Brown on Friday.

    Former MBA star Alex Compton is the lone non-alumnus who is a candidate for the head coaching job, with Ateneo assistant coaches Sandy Arespacochaga and Jamike Jarin as the others being considered to replace Black, who moved to Talk 'N Text in the PBA after guiding the Eagles to five straight titles.

    However, Ateneo team manager Paolo Trillo insisted that no coach has been installed, adding that he will have a meeting with Ateneo president Jett Villarin this weekend to discuss about who will take over.

    “Still no news regarding Ateneo coach. Fr. Jett is arriving today (Saturday). We will discuss with him over the weekend,” said Trillo.

    “Siguro by Monday, I’ll have a better idea,” Trillo added.

    Trillo reacted to Reyes’ tweet saying: “I don’t know where coach Chot is getting his news, kasi wala pa talaga.”

    Ateneo athletic director Ricky Palou also said that no coach has been hired to replace Black.

    “Wala pa, siguro by next week,” said Palou.

    When informed about Reyes’ tweet, Palou said: “Wala pa eh, wala nga 'yung presidente namin dito, he is out of the country. How can Chot know that na hindi pa namin alam?”
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

  8. #18
    Alas on Ateneo interest: 'I'm flattered'
    By Reuben Terrado

    November 11, 2012, 05:36 pm

    “Flattering on my side but kinda hard to comment,” says Louie Alas on the interest from Ateneo.

    LOUIE Alas on Sunday said he is "flattered" to be on the short list Ateneo is considering as the school searches for a replacement for Norman Black as the next Blue Eagles coach.

    “Flattering on my side but kinda hard to comment,” Alas said in an SMS message to Spin.ph.

    Alas has been approached for one of the most high-profile coaching positions in college sports, joining fellow Alaska assistant coach Alex Compton, Adamson head coach Leo Austria, and current Blue Eagles assistant coaches Sandy Arespacochaga and Jamike Jarin on the candidates list.

    Alas has announced that he will no longer coach Letran next season after leading the Knights to the NCAA Finals against San Beda, although Letran officials are reportedly not giving up hope that they could talk him into staying put.

    Meantime, Austria said news that Ateneo is interested in hiring him is nothing new to him, even as he pointed out that he still has one year left in his three-year contract with Adamson.

    Austria confirmed that representatives from Ateneo's search committee had been making overtures since two years ago.

    “Since two years ago, may kumakausap na sa akin na close sa administration,” said Austria. “Alam mo naman, may nagpaparamdam na mga alumni dahil may mga kaibigan rin ako na nasa search committee.”

    “(But) I still have a one-year contract with Adamson,” Austria said.

    Incidentally, Leo’s son Bacon played for the Blue Eagles up to 2011.
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

  9. #19
    No offer from Ateneo – Compton
    by inboundpass
    Wednesday, 7 November 2012

    A day after his name was dragged into Ateneo’s wish list as their possible head coach, former Metropolitan Basketball Association and Philippine Basketball League Most Valuable Player Alex Compton told Inboundpass that he has not received any offer from any school.

    Compton, a versatile 6’0 American, said last Wednesday that he was surprised when his name appeared in a popular daily broadsheet as a candidate to mentor the University Athletic Association of the Philippines men’s basketball defending champs.

    “I have not received an offer from Ateneo and thus cannot comment on the situation,” Compton, 38, in a text message to Inboundpass “I was surprised but there’s no offer.”

    Despite his denial, Ateneo Athletic Director Ricky Palou said that the sweet shooting Compton was considered to replace Norman Black, who is responsible for the Blue Eagles’ 5 straight UAAP titles.

    Black returned to the Philippine Basketball Association to coach the Talk ‘N Text Texters.

    “He is being seriously considered,” said Palou, who also named Sandy Arespacochaga and Jamike Jamarin as other candidates.

    Asked if what he’s going to do if an offer finally comes, Compton didn’t reply.

    Compton didn’t play in the PBA as a local because he is not a Filipino Citizen despite the fact that he knows how to speak and enunciate the language unlike any other Fil-Foreigner. He played as an import for Rain or Shine in 2007
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

  10. #20
    I find it a little unethical to recruit a coach from another school who has live contract. It sounds is if it's 'win at all cost'


 
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