I'm not really a big fan of football ever since I've seen the excellent improvement of Philippine football these past two (not sure if it's really two) years. Anyway, I'm going straight to the point. I've seen this on some azkal facebook page:
I found it great news of course! (Who wouldn't? XD) Now, what's bothering me is that - are they still going to get more exposure abroad? I'm sure it would help their development if they would still have, right? So, I'm wondering if whoever is in charge (PFF or POC) still has plans on getting them foreign training until u-19 and if they are planning to get excellent trainers for them despite the lack of facilities here in the Philippines (Infastructure is one problem too but I think we can always improvise! XD )
I really want to be updated on their development if you guys/gals have more info please don't hesitate to share! LOL
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