In other news, apparently FC Barcelona is eyeing a visit to the Philippines during the La Liga winter break to inaugurate the Paulino Alcantara exhibition at Museo Iloilo in the province where the legendary Barca player originally came from.
Post by veryfatchocobo on Sept 24, 2012 16:38:49 GMT 8
That's amazing news if it happens. I hope all the UFL coaches and other football fanatics in the Philippines will bring out their notebooks and observe the different concepts and practice regimens that Barcelona might bring. Even bringing their C team would be a blessing for the Philippines, although i'd like to see Messi play lol.
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