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  1. #21
    Yun nga Sir Joe tapos nag away pa sila kaya nawala si dindo this season, eto na si Awana ngayon;

    May hearing na kayo sa mga candidates para head coach?

  2. #22
    ^ Si Triggerman daw gusto ng UE Admin. Kung ako naman si Allan Caidic papayag lang ako kung ikukuha ako ng matinding import at suportahan ako sa nationwide recruitment.

  3. #23
    By Jerome Lagunzad

    Over at University of the East, former Tanduay assistant coach Mac Tan has also cropped up as a potential replacement of veteran mentor Derrick Pumaren.

    Tan, who once suited up for Hapee Toothpaste in the defunct PBL and is set to call the shots for Tanduay in the upcoming Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League, has joined former UE great Allan Caidic as top candidates for the coveted position.

    Pumaren, who apparently could not get what he wanted from UE team management in terms of strengthening its recruitment program, is getting feelers from reigning UCBL titlist Centro Escolar University.

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by Joescoundrel View Post
    Alvin Pasaol, official alamat na din.
    speaking of alamat, Zamar?s name has cropped up for the coaching vacancy

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by bchoter View Post
    speaking of alamat, Zamar?s name has cropped up for the coaching vacancy
    sir, may iba pa ba na pangalan na lumabas? napiratahan nanaman kami ng player sa men's volleyball medyo naging habit na =)

  6. #26
    Koy Banal throws hat in UE coaching sweepstakes
    By: Randolph B. Leongson - Reporter / / 03:43 PM December 21, 2017

    Failing to make it to the UAAP Final Four for the eighth straight year, University of the East may just need a divine intervention moving forward.

    And one name immediately comes to mind.
    Koy Banal has bared his intentions to take the mantle for the Red Warriors as he hopes to be the successor to the post left by coach Derrick Pumaren.

    “Yes, I’ve submitted my application,” he shared as he seeks to land the job and start the rebuild in preparation for UAAP Season 81.
    Banal is no stranger to the collegiate scene, coaching Far Eastern University from 2000 to 2004 where he won a pair of titles with Arwind Santos leading the charge for the Tamaraws.
    He also steered the San Beda Red Lions to the NCAA Season 82 championship in 2006 with Nigerian center Sam Ekwe leading the way, before steering the wheel for the Arellano Chiefs from 2011 to 2013.
    Banal also took his act to the PBA when he served as the head coach for the Phoenix Fuel Masters from 2014 to 2016.
    He is currently the head coach for Marinerong Pilipino in the PBA D-League, where he is assisted by his brother and fellow multi-titled mentor Joel Banal.
    “UE is on a 31-year title drought. I’ve done it with San Beda after a 28-year drought. Coach Joel broke the 14-year drought for Ateneo [and he] will be my consultant if we’ll be given the chance,” said Banal. “We know what to do and how to do it.”
    Though UE has yet to issue a statement on to what direction it wants the Red Warriors to go, Banal already has an inside track for the job as he is set to handle super scorer Alvin Pasaol with the Skippers this upcoming 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup.
    UE finished UAAP Season 80 at seventh place with a 3-11 record, which ultimately led to Pumaren’s ouster from the post.

  7. #27
    Wala pa rin kami Kots?

  8. #28
    Who will coach UE Red Warriors?
    January 14, 2018 | Filed under: Featured,Sports | Posted by: Tempo Online
    By Jerome Lagunzad

    Is another pro league great set to take over the reins of University of the East men’s basketball team?

    One-time PBA MVP Johnny Abarrientos is being floated as one of the top candidates to land the vacant Red Warriors job after veteran mentor Derrick Pumaren stepped down at the close of another failed UAAP campaign last November.

    Abarrientos, 47, who immediately plunged into coaching scene after ending his decorated PBA career in 2010, is being groomed as a possible successor for the UE post which has remained vacant with less than eight months left before UAAP Season 81.

    Abarrientos’ fellow pro league icon Allan Caidic, a former Red Warriors star, has expressed his desire to handle the squad while veteran mentor Koy Banal has already threw his hat for a possible collegiate coaching comeback.

    Sought for confirmation by Tempo-Bulletin yesterday, Abarrientos, 47, admitted that UE and other schools, including Emilio Aguinaldo College, have already broached the idea of him taking over the respective basketball program.

    But it’s highly unlikely – at the moment – that he’ll be able to part ways with FEU, which he led to back-to-back UAAP titles in 1991 to 1992 before taking the pro league by storm as a crafty playmaker.

    “Marami na rin talagang nag-aalok na sa akin kung ready na ako mag-coach full-time. Kaso sa totoo lang, busy rin talaga ako kaya baka hindi ko pa matutukan talaga,” said the proud Naga City native commonly known as “The Flying A” in a phone interview.

    While he said that he still enjoys current role at the Tamaraws’ camp as a consultant on all of its basketball teams, including the women’s and juniors’, Abarrientos added that he’s also determined to give back to the institution which has given him the biggest break of his life.

    “Malaki rin naman ang naitulong talaga sa akin ng FEU. Kung hindi naman dahil sa kanila, hindi naman ako makikilala sa mundo ng basketball. Kaya hanggat makakatulong ako, gagawin para makabawi naman sa kabutihan nila,” he said.

    Currently serving as an assistant to Chito Victolero at Magnolia Hotshots in the pros, Abarrientos admitted he won’t be closing his doors for a possible coaching stint in the future.

    “In the right time lang,” he said. “Ayaw ko naman magsalita ng tapos na hindi na ako hahawak ng ibang team. Love natin ‘yung basketball at ‘yan ang buhay natin.”
    Last edited by gensankid; 01-14-2018 at 02:51 PM.

  9. #29
    Three UAAP schools chase Ilonggo hotshot
    Sports January 19, 2018January 19, 2018
    Elyrose S. Naorbe

    FOLLOWING his impressive performances in local tournaments, Hua Siong College of Iloilo (HSCI) star player Mark Nonoy caught the attention of three Manila schools and offered him to play for their team.

    Nonoy, who was part of the Mythical 5 team of the Dinagyang Mayor’s Cup, is set to play for the University of the East (UE) Junior Warriors for the upcoming University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) juniors’ basketball.

    Aside from UE, Far Eastern University (FEU) and Adamson University (AU) also expressed their intention to get the services of Nonoy.

    Nonoy’s coach, Vincent Conlu of Hua Siong, confirmed his transfer to UE, which was coached by his brother Bong Conlu.

    According to Conlu, Nonoy will play for the UE Juniors for one year then determine his development after the competition.

    The former Palarong Pambansa player is expected to banner Hua Siong College of Iloilo in the 2018 Western Visayas Regional Athletic Association (WVRAA) Meet and, hopefully, return to the Palaro scene.

    Both Conlu and Nonoy left Iloilo on Tuesday after they received the invitation from the University of Santo Tomas Growling Tigers to join their practice games.

    Meanwhile, Nonoy told The Daily Guardian that he trusts his coach to decide on his career path.

    “I will finish all my games under Coach Bing before I will decide for my future. I trust him that he will manage my career until the end,” he added.

  10. #30
    UE’s Nonoy impresses UST’s Ayo

    January 18, 2018

    MANILA – His shooting prowess impressed University of Santo Tomas Growling Tigers head coach Aldin Ayo.

    Hua Siong College of Iloilo star Mark Nonoy, on Day 1 of his invitational training at UST on Tuesday, drained three 3-point baskets in a race-to-12 points scrimmage.

    “Nonoy is an athletic player,” Ayo said of the La Carlota City, Negros Occidental native. “He is fast, a pure shooter and a good point guard defender. And [at] 5’9″, he can jump higher and can also dunk easily.”

    Hua Siong basketball head coach Vincent Conlu said UST appeared very much interested in securing Nonoy.

    “I think they really want him (Nonoy),” Conlu told Panay News. “We had a meeting (with Ayo and his coaching staff) after the practice, and it was very positive. They have a lot of good offers.”

    “But we intend to study all our options. We intend to commit to a college maybe by the end of 2018,” he added. “For now, we want him to focus with (University of the East Junior Warriors).”

    Conlu said they will attend the invitational training until Friday as the Tigers coaching staff wanted to evaluate Nonoy’s play further.

    In the recent Dinagyang Mayor’s Cup, Nonoy posted 41 points as Hua Siong defeated Bacolod Tay Tung High School Thunderbolts 105-93 to take the title./PN


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