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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Joescoundrel View Post
    ^ Amo tatanggalin daw sina Mamie at Arafat.
    boss, di ba to april fools joke? haha

  2. #22
    Sagot lang po yan dun sa naunang post about coach Louie and Letran's stand against imports

  3. #23
    Wala pa rin ba balita kung tuloy na si Louie Alas?

  4. #24
    Red Warriors remain in limbo as UE officials 'torn between head-coach candidates'

    From: Reuben Terrado
    April 4, 2014, 04:58 pm



    Red Warriors remain in limbo as UE officials 'torn between head-coach candidates'
    Roi Sumang remains the Red Warriors' main man, but who will take charge on the sidelines is still to be determined. Jerome Ascano

    THE search for a new University of the East head coach could take longer than initially anticipated as the school's management remains torn between candidates.

    UE officials said they will name a new coach this week after announcing the departure of former Red Warriors coach Boycie Zamar, but the process is taking longer than usual because members of the management team are split on their choices, a source said.

    In a statement, UE said it is in search of a coach who can work full time for the Red Warriors - something which Zamar had not been able to commit to the school.

    “The school wants someone full time but part of management wants someone who isn’t full time,” said the person with knowledge of the situation but spoke on condition of anonymity.

    The source didn’t state who are on the short list but Spin.ph has reported, based on information from informed sources, that Louie Alas and Dindo Pumaren are the only ones being considered for the vacant position.

    Incidentally, Alas, a former head coach of the Letran Knights in the NCAA, also holds a position as assistant coach of Alaska. Pumaren, on the other hand, doesn’t have any coaching job at the moment.

    “The last time I heard, we are in limbo,” the person added.

    Alas had a meeting last week with Mike Tan to discuss the vacant coaching job. Tan, son of UE owner Lucio Tan who is also the head of Asia Brewery, is said to be working “behind the scenes” in helping the UE Red Warriors basketball team.

    Pumaren had previously coached UE from 2003 to 2008. Interestingly, the Red Warriors’ team manager during that time was the school’s executive vice president Carmelita Mateo, who is making a return to the same role in Season 77 replacing Jesus Tanchanco.

    Pumaren is also the son of former UE player and coach Pilo and brother of Derrick, who was also considered for the vacant head coaching position.

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  5. #25
    Derrick Pumaren officially takes over as head coach of UE Red Warriors

    http://www.spin.ph/sports/basketball...-warriors-uaap

  6. #26
    sa wakas may coach na . not my first choice but still hoping for the best.

  7. #27
    Derrick Pumaren officially takes over as head coach of UE Red Warriors

    From: Reuben Terrado
    April 10, 2014, 12:00 pm


    Derrick Pumaren officially takes over as head coach of UE Red Warriors
    University of the East management described Derrick Pumaren as a "true Red Warrior." Jerome Ascano

    DERRICK Pumaren officially took over as head coach of the University of the East Red Warriors on Thursday and has started his search for members of his coaching staff.

    Pumaren’s younger brother Dindo, head tactician of the Warriors from 2003 to 2008, will be his top lieutenant but the two are now looking for more assistant coaches to join the rejigged staff.

    Spin.ph earlier reported that Derrick Pumaren was the most logical choice for UE, given that he is an alumnus and can work full-time - conditions the school laid out after announcing the firing of Boycie Zamar.

    However, the search became complicated when some backers of the team from Lucio Tan's family pushed for other options who may not necessarily work fulltime for the position, sources said.

    Consequently, the scheduled announcement of the new coach was delayed by a week.

    Former Letran coach Louie Alas was also considered for the post but he is also a concurrent assistant coach of Alaska in the PBA. He was also interviewed for the job by Mike Tan, son of the school owner.

    Alas, who won NCAA titles for Letran, also expressed interest in the job.

    But in the end, the school went with Derrick Pumaren, a veteran coach who has won two championships in the PBA with Swift and who UE officials described as a "true Red Warrior."

    A former member of the UE Pages champion team, Pumaren, son of UE great Pilo and older brother of Air21 coach Franz, also played two years with the Red Warriors.

    He is known in basketball circles as 'Manong' Derrick, since he was the eldest among the Pumaren brothers.

    However, Derrick has not held a coaching position since his last PBA post with Talk 'N Text in 2008, settling mostly for consultancy jobs.

  8. #28
    Derrick Pumaren replaces Boycie Zamar as UE Red Warriors head coach
    By Chris Lagunzad | Yahoo PH Sports – 24 minutes ago

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    MANILA, Philippines - UE head coach Boycie Zamar signals to his players during the matchup between the University of the East (UE) Red Warriors and the De La Salle University (DLSU) Green Archers for the University Athletics Association of the Philippines (UAAP) Season 76 held at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City, south of Manila on 20 July 2013. (George Calvelo/NPPA Images)

    CxS College Hoops Slideshows - MANILA, Philippines - UE head coach Boycie Zamar signals to his players during the matchup between the University of the East (UE) Red Warriors and the De La Salle University …more

    Sticking to its principle of tapping a homegrown head coach, University of the East selected former Red Warrior Derrick Pumaren to call the shots for its men's basketball team in lieu of the sacked Boycie Zamar.

    A member of UE's back-to-back championship teams in 1978 and 1979 in the UAAP men's cage wars, Pumaren has already hit the ground running Thursday by conducting the Red Warriors practice at the Tanduay gym in Manila along with his younger brother Dindo who will serve as his first assistant coach.

    Derrick Pumaren's appointment ended nearly two weeks of guessing game since Red Warriors team management gave Zamar and his coaching staff the pink slip last March 28.

    Yahoo Philippines previously reported former Letran coach Louie Alas had the inside track for the job and even "agreed in principle" to handle the Red Warriors after sitting down with Michael Tan, a son of business tycoon and top UE backer Lucio Tan.

    However, a group of "academicians" argued Alas has a concurrent position as an assitant coach to the Alaska Aces in the pro league, something that runs against the school's stand of tapping "someone who will handle the team on full time."

    That somehow paved the way for the entry of Pumaren, a former national team coach who also had several coaching forays in the pro league, the last with Talk 'N Text in 2008.

    He also handled the De La Salle Green Archers from the late 80s to early 90s and even served as consultant for different clubs in local and foreign scene.

    With close to three months left before UE hosts UAAP Season 77, Pumaren is racing against time to instill his system to a squad led by guard Roi Sumang and hulking African import Charles Mammie.

  9. #29
    ^ Manong Derek na pala. Holy shit...
    FRIENDS LANG KAMI

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by Joescoundrel View Post
    ^ Manong Derek na pala. Holy shit...
    That good or bad for UE? Hehe


 
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