Davao Aguilas FC Officially Signs Phil and James Younghusband as Newest Players of the Club

03 AUGUST 2017 – MANILA: Mindanao-based Davao Aguilas Football Club (DAFC), has just signed 2 more prominent Azkals stalwarts, namely Phil and James Younghusband.
The contract signing ceremony was held at Makati Shangri-la Hotel last night, which was witnessed by Davao Aguilas club executives, headed by its Chairman, Jefferson Cheng.   
Davao Aguilas Football Club Chairman Jefferson Cheng says, “We are happy to welcome Phil and James into our club.  Both are quality players and fine gentlemen that will blend well into our club and represent Davao Aguilas with utmost professionalism.  Our fans and supporters are equally excited about our new signings.  I am sure they will contribute not only to Davao Aguilas, but also help us succeed in our vision to promote and advance Philippine football.”
Apart from the Younghusband siblings, recent signings include Simone Rota, Jason de Jong, Matthew Hartmann and Nick O’ Donnell.   
The Younghusbands are set to see action as Aguilas when they go against Global Cebu FC on September 9, in Tagum City, Davao del Norte.
For more information about Davao Aguilas FC, please visit http://www.facebook.com/DAFCofficial.  

Azkals vs Kuwait Videos

Check out the Azkals vs Kuwait Videos. Azkals lost to Kuwait Football team with a 2 – 1 score on the second leg match of the 2014 FIFA World cup Qualifier in Brazil. see the replay and the videos of the Azkals vs Kuwait.

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Azkals lost to Kuwait, Is the Azkals fever gone?

by: Pow Salud|Home

Bittersweet, this is exactly what I felt after the loss of the Philippine National Soccer team (Azkals) to Kuwait last July 28 at the Rizal Stadium in Manila.
Azkals have given Filipino Football fans with more than what was expected of them and their recent accomplishments are already unmatched and unheard of in the history of football in the Philippines
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They left Filipino fans salivating for more and dreaming of moving forward to the 2014 FIFA World Cup . The game with Kuwait for most football analyst is a given as Kuwait football team is much more superior that you can almost expect a beating. which exactly what happen in their first game in Kuwait as they were swallowed with a 3 – 0 score and the same result on the second game 2 -1 in favor of the Kuwait Football team.

So Why do we still support them?

Whats next for the Azkals?



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Great tune up games for the Azkals


by: powsalud|powcast.net

The Azkals, seems to be ready for their match for the FIBA qualifier against Sri Lanka. GMA news reported that  they have been winning their tune up games and looked impressive with their play. 
This is great news however they are practicing against players under 19 years old, there in no less to expect than a win. I will be watching them live at the Rizal Memorial stadium to personally see how they perform against Sri lanka. I hope these half breed Pinoys win. source

Azkals to Germany even with E Coli outbreak


by: powsalud|powcast.net

The Philippine soccer team, the Azkals are not postponing their flight to Germany even if there is a e coli outbreak. 
According to recent news, the practice session that will be held in Germany is to gather support and to prepare them in their FIFA qualifying match against Sri Lanka. full story here

Still no final venue for Azkals’ home game vs Sri Lanka

source: gmanews.tv

The Philippine Football Federation (PFF) said they will wait for the Department of Public Works and Highways’ (DPWH) report regarding the structural integrity of the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex before deciding whether to use the historic venue for the Azkals’ home game against Sri Lanka on July 3.

“We have all decided to wait for the DPWH to come up with their evaluation regarding the structural integrity of the venue. If the DPWH gives their approval, there is a strong chance that the Azkals’ home game will be held at (RMSC),” said PFF president Mariano “Nonong” Araneta, after their meeting with Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) officials.

Sri Lanka will host the first game on June 29, while the Azkals will play the second leg of its World Cup Asian qualifying round on July 3. The winner of the series will advance to play Kuwait.

There are still unconfirmed reports that cracks were found at the grandstand bleachers that can endanger the Azkals’ legion of fans, who would want to watch and cheer for them when they face Sri Lanka.

The PFF wants to hold the Azkals’ home game at RMSC, which can accommodate 15,000 to 20,000 fans. The last big football event the RMSC hosted was the 1991 Manila Southeast Asian Games finals between Indonesia and Thailand.

We have to determine the structural integrity of the venue because in 1995, the DPWH came up with recommendation that the (RMSC) should undergo major repairs after the strong 1990 earthquake. We know former PSC chairman Harry Angping has made renovations but we need to still get the DPWH’s opinion to ensure the safety of the people,” added Araneta.

The DPWH inspection is expected to be made within this week with the report to be finishes by April 14 or a day before the PFF deadline of naming the Azkals’ home game venue for the opening round of the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

The Panaad Stadium in Bacolod City is eyed as an alternative venue for the Philippine national team’s home game. Panaad was the same venue where the Azkals played their first home game against Mongolia on February 9 in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Challenge Cup. – JVP, GMA News




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