List of players for friendly with Team PNP DavNor on July 1, 2013 in Davao del Norte Sports Complex, Tagum City:
Caligdong, Emelio (MF)
Porteria, Jose Elmer (MF)
Araneta, Ian (FW)
De Murga, Carlos Alberto (MF)
Uy, Matthew Christopher (DF)
Angeles, Marwin Janver (MF)
Angeles, Marvin Janwer (MF)
Christiaens, Jeffrey (MF)
De Jong, Jason (MF)
Greatwich, Christopher Robert (MF)
Gener, Roel (DF)
Margarse, Nestorio Jr (MF)
Sacapaño, Eduard (GK)
Hartmann, Mark Andrew (MF)
Kickoff at 08:30 AM
TRAVEL TIPS: If you are travelling to Davao del Norte Sports Complex in
Tagum City to watch the #Azkals match vs Team PNP DavNor on July 1, here
are travel tips if you will be using public transport via Davao City:
- From downtown Davao City, go to the Davao City Overland Transport Terminal in Ecoland.
- From the Davao International Airport, just walk towards the highway.
Ride a Tagum-bound bus, e.g. Davao Metro Shuttle, Bachelor Express,
etc. (fare: Php 70-90 non-aircon, Php 100-120 aircon). Since kick-off
starts 8:30am, it's best to ride the bus as early as possible,
preferably at 06:00 AM. Travel time takes at most 1 hour and 30 minutes.
From the Tagum City Terminal, ride a tricycle and ask the driver to
take you to Davao del Norte Sports Complex in Brgy. Mankilam. (fare: Php
source : Usapangfootball
Davao del Norte 1-6 Azkals
Final squad : Caligdong, Sacapaño, C Greatwich, De Murga, Uy, Araneta, MA Hartmann,
Fernandez, Valmayor, Margarse, Gener, Aguisanda, Seguinal, Octavio
WHILE the national Under-15 team were perhaps lucky to leave the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium in Berakas with only a 3-0 loss to Philippines Global FC Under-15 on Saturday night, the visitor's win was certainly no fluke.
Filipinos headed into the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM)-Frenz Under-15 ASEAN Champions Trophy Group B tie without
a point in four games, but one wouldn't have guessed that judging from the way
They wrecked havoc on the hosts' defence with dangerous runs down either flank and were up
2-0 after half an hour, with a 63rd
minute strike firmly putting them in the driver's seat and relegating Brunei to
the bottom of the six-team table.
"I'd have to say that our team shape,
especially in attack, won us the game," noted Philippines Global FC Under-15
coach Andres Crisanto
"We played well, stuck to our game plan and took our chances
when he had them in the first half.
"We could have played a bit better in
the second half but it is hard to train the players since they come from
different provinces in the Philippines," Gonzales added.
prolongs Brunei's hunt for their first win of the competition after notching one
draw and two losses in their previous three games.
There were several
positives for Brunei to take from the match though.
The team had a strong
work ethic and never stopped running, with several players in particular shining
for the hosts.
Ishyra Asmin Mohd Jabidi was a stable presence inside his
box while captain Abdul Matin Norazlan did well to deal with any
threats heading his way in defence.
Ismail's dribbles did cause some problems when he was shifted to a more advanced
attacking role in the second half, and Muhamad Syahmi Rasyid
proved to be a menace for Philippines Global FC Under-15 with some good runs
into the box.
"Brunei have some flashy players and good dribblers who are
confident on the ball," said Gonzales when asked what he thought of the
"I think of all the teams in our group, Brunei is the only one we
can match up to in terms of speed and strength," he added.
game is against Lao Toyota FC tomorrow.
The Brunei Times