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Friday, June 22, 2012

Future of Philippine Football Teen Azkals National Football Selection 2012

 The Mens National team has developed winning as part of their habit in the last three years with the 3rd place finish in the Asian Football Confederation Challenge Cup in Nepal as a manifestation of its success.

The combination of the good management of Dan Palami, efficient coaching of Michael Weiss, continuing advocacy and faith to thw whole group of team manager Alvin Caranza U17- U19 and the players they have scouted all over the world manifest the formula for us to move further and make football the game for Filipinos.

However , sustaining the success entails a lot of layers of responsibility , hard work , practice and task.

A. In the grassroots level, quality grassroots experts are needed in all the 33 provincial football association to ensure the football activities are continuous with combination's of training, mind setting, practice, competitions and festival for the kids.

At the same time, grassroots experts must trained by experts not only from our country but AFC and FIFA.

B. Coaches development must be sustained. Last year, the first batch of Filipino took the AFC A license level and resulted to 7 potential New A licensed coached in the country.

According to Atty Rolando Tulay General Secretary - PFF, Continuing education is needed for coaches as quality coaches produce quality players and quality players will give more honor in the Philippines.

C. Competitions from club level to age group competitions are needed, both for girls and boys and mens and womens.

This competitions will help us identify talents for future national youth teams.

And finally, the development of national youth teams in the country is important.

This key component is important and has been highlighted by PFF President, Mr, Mariano V. Araneta in his program.

For us to sustain the success, national youth teams must be develop further and exposed to competitions domestically and internationally. Partnerships with people who believes in the game is an important ingredient of the program, Elite coaches must be further develop by assessment and continuing education for new techniques.

National Team development in any country is always based on the strength of grassroots and national youth teams TM Alvin Caranza U17- U19 said. Supporting our age group teams will help us keep the momentum forward.

Sustaining the surge of Philippine Football By Coach Aris Caslib

Teen Azkals Manager Alvin Carnaza
Last June 16, group of blogger was united to spread the advocacy of sustaining the continuous growth of Football in the Philippines.  The event was held over the beautiful place on Antipolo, OneA Events Place is a KTV & Sports Bar/ Lounge with a overlooking view of the Metro.  With Teen Azkals U17-U19 Team Manager Alvin Caranza , PFF technical Coach Aris Caslib, Ebong Joson - PFF, Atoy Sta Cruz for road safety trip and  Coach Cleng Cacacho - International School Manila.

A night of great people, great food and lots of learning about the future of Football in the Philippines. Click here to know why.

Over all the future of Football in the Philippines was  promising because of this great advocacy and people behind this campaign.

Teen Azkals are looking for Future member visit them on Facebook Teen Azkals


Try-out schedule for the Tean Azkals U17 - U19


NCR Selection: July 7 and 8, 2012 at UP Diliman
Philippine Team Selection: August 4 - 12, 2012 at San Carlos City, Negros OCC Football Grounds

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Thank you Jayson Biadog and Miss Grace Nicolas for the invite plus the sponsor and the bloggers because that night was one of the best blogger event I ever have.

Lastly thank you for Kuya Albert of Cape Lupe for the ride going back to Quezon City.

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