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  1. #1

    DLSU Green Archers!

    support DLSU here! time to defend the crown!


    *** wala na si OJ Cua??
    wala na siya dun sa mga posters sa walk along taft na malapit sa football field!

    Si Kish din daw wala na!

  2. #2
    Kish graduated already. Ayaw na niya tapusin *** 5 years nya. sayang.

  3. Jun 18, 2008, 02:22 PM
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  4. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by blue&green View Post
    Kish graduated already. Ayaw na niya tapusin *** 5 years nya. sayang.
    nge! hindi pa! dba 3rd year palang siya?

  5. #4
    nope. 4th year na siya this year and he is bound to graduate in the near future. sorry di pala graduated, going there pa lang...

  6. #5
    I suppose kish doesn't really need to be a bball player to succeed.

    is there an official line-up?

  7. #6
    VL Salle will most likely duplicate history. It will duplicate the feat of FEU in '06 of missing the final four after winning the championship the year before.

    Imagine the starting 5 of Walsham, Maierhofer, Malabes, Casio and Atkins. With the bench of Marko, Ferdinand, Mangahas. Let's add Webb and Bagatsing to that. Still a very weak team.

    Best thing to do for Franz is to retire while he's ahead.

  8. #7
    wow. gandang advice yan from ateneo.

    oo nga naman franz, pagbigyan mo naman ateneo. hanggat nandyan ka eh walang panaman sayo si black.

    hehehe.

  9. #8
    Quote Originally Posted by dlsukid View Post
    wow. gandang advice yan from ateneo.

    oo nga naman franz, pagbigyan mo naman ateneo. hanggat nandyan ka eh walang panaman sayo si black.

    hehehe.
    I think Franz is already seriously considering it. He was conspicuously absent in VL Salle's last game (for 3rd place) in the NSL.

  10. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by Pundit View Post
    I think Franz is already seriously considering it. He was conspicuously absent in VL Salle's last game (for 3rd place) in the NSL.
    ang importante, nandun sya kapag UAAP na.

    conspicuously ka pa dyan. utot mo. hehehe

  11. #10
    Quote Originally Posted by jarthel View Post
    I suppose kish doesn't really need to be a bball player to succeed.

    is there an official line-up?
    haha! tingnan mo yung posters nila sa dlsu basta alam ko, wala na dun si kish, oj, ty and cholo ofcourse.

  12. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Pundit View Post
    VL Salle will most likely duplicate history. It will duplicate the feat of FEU in '06 of missing the final four after winning the championship the year before.

    Imagine the starting 5 of Walsham, Maierhofer, Malabes, Casio and Atkins. With the bench of Marko, Ferdinand, Mangahas. Let's add Webb and Bagatsing to that. Still a very weak team.

    Best thing to do for Franz is to retire while he's ahead.
    Nakalimutan mo ang Ateneo '02...LOL!!! One hit wonder!!! Every 14 years and the curse will go on!

  13. #12

    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by Pundit View Post
    I think Franz is already seriously considering it. He was conspicuously absent in VL Salle's last game (for 3rd place) in the NSL.
    You should really get your facts right. Franz was doing his duty by being with the RP Youth team who were all in Thailand last weekend. Remember, SBP's own MVP chose him to coach the RP Youth and thus he is merely doing what he was called upon to do. For love of country. So unlike some schools who withheld their players from playing for the Philippines for their own selfish interests.

    Coach Franz is as committed to the RP Youth as he is with DLSU. Also, unlike other schools who would rather pull out of a tournament because their head coach would not be available, Franz has enough confidence on the rest of the DLSU coaching staff to coach those final two games of which they won one (vs. Adamson) and lost one (against FEU). That's fine. Besides, he already did that while he was coaching the RP Youth in the SEABA tournament which they won handily.

    Remember, for as long as MVP keeps Franz as the coach of the National Youth team, DLSU has to get used to this since from Aug. 28 to Sept. 5, Franz will again be with the RP Youth to compete in the very difficult FIBA-Asia Youth tournament. A tournament that they are not expected to win. But Franz will stand by his committment while the rest of the DLSU Coaching Staff will have to coach the Green Archers for all their games in this period. Thus, whenever he can, he gives the coaching staff - La Sallians Tyrone Bautista, Tonichi Yturri and Cholo Villanueva - the opportunity to coach the Green Archers in real tournament conditions. Asst. Coach Jack Santiago is part of the RP Youth coaching staff.

    Jumping ship? Hahahahaha great joke! Almost tore my gut out laughing! At least, Franz and our coaching staff don't have to worry about the frat-politic of State's own athletic program. Just ask Coach Joe.

  14. #13

    Cool

    The Green Archers are definitely weaker this year than last. In the words of Coach Franz himself, last year's team was the weakest DLSU team he had coached and but it was only the team's resolve that willed them to win. This year, such motivation is not as high. Add to that the departure of five key players of the team - TY, Cholo, Brian, Kish and OJ. Also, though they expanded team rosters to 16, DLSU may only submit 15 names. That alone shows the weakness of the team this year. BUT, we will do our best to at least make the Final Four even though DLSU will find it very difficult to just make the Final Four as this season seems to be the most balanced in recent years.

    ALMOST ALL of the 8 UAAP teams can contend for the Final Four. Again, I emphasize, ALMOST ALL.

  15. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Pundit View Post
    I think Franz is already seriously considering it. He was conspicuously absent in VL Salle's last game (for 3rd place) in the NSL.
    RP Youth, right?

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  17. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by GreenArrows View Post
    The Green Archers are definitely weaker this year than last. In the words of Coach Franz himself, last year's team was the weakest DLSU team he had coached and but it was only the team's resolve that willed them to win. .
    I beg to differ sir. The Green Archers are quite strong this year. This'll be Mangahas' breakout season as well as Barua. I strongly believe that both are better than Cholo in terms of overall gameplay and athleticism. With the addition of LA Revilla and Bagatsing, La Salle has just beefed up its back-court offense. Imagine a rotation consisting of Casio, Bagatsing, Mangahas, Rico, and Walsham. All are offensive threats. All are great defenders. All are athletic.

    So no, the archers are way stronger this year. Pre-season tournaments are really meant for the newbies. Just to get their feet wet so to speak. LA may be a slight of a defensive liability, but his quickness will open up the lanes.

  18. #16
    You obviously have not seen enough games of UE, ADMU, FEU and even Adamson and NU. Even the secretive UST Tigers should not be discounted. I rank UE, ADMU and FEU as the top three, hands down.

  19. #17
    i agree with greenarrows, but i like where la salle is starting-- far from the top. a lot of seasons had la salle starting the same way. 2004 and 2007 effortlessly come to mind. so let's just sit back, relax, enjoy the 2 round elims and see if la salle makes it to the final 4.

    if they do, then ask 2004's feu & admu and 2007's ue & admu how it is to face a weak la salle in the big f4 dance.

  20. #18
    ^ False modesty.

    The Green Archers are heavily favored to win. It's the only collegiate team we all know of that's willing to win at all costs - by hook or crook.

  21. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by Solid_LaSalle View Post
    Nakalimutan mo ang Ateneo '02...LOL!!! One hit wonder!!! Every 14 years and the curse will go on!
    What about Ateneo '02? The year after, Ateneo did not only make it to the final 4, it eliminated La Salle and made it to the finals.

    In '08, however, the defending champions will not even make it to the final 4.

    Ang hirap ng mahina ang kausap....

  22. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by GreenArrows View Post

    Coach Franz is as committed to the RP Youth as he is with DLSU. Also, unlike other schools who would rather pull out of a tournament because their head coach would not be available, Franz has enough confidence on the rest of the DLSU coaching staff to coach those final two games of which they won one (vs. Adamson) and lost one (against FEU). That's fine. Besides, he already did that while he was coaching the RP Youth in the SEABA tournament which they won handily.

    Remember, for as long as MVP keeps Franz as the coach of the National Youth team, DLSU has to get used to this since from Aug. 28 to Sept. 5, Franz will again be with the RP Youth to compete in the very difficult FIBA-Asia Youth tournament. A tournament that they are not expected to win. But Franz will stand by his committment while the rest of the DLSU Coaching Staff will have to coach the Green Archers for all their games in this period. Thus, whenever he can, he gives the coaching staff - La Sallians Tyrone Bautista, Tonichi Yturri and Cholo Villanueva - the opportunity to coach the Green Archers in real tournament conditions. Asst. Coach Jack Santiago is part of the RP Youth coaching staff.
    You raise an interesting point. You say he is "AS COMMITTED" to the country as he is to the school. Shouldn't it be country above all else? ANyway, that may really be too much to expect from him.

    But another point needs to be clarified. Franz has been very demanding and has "mandated" that the RP youth players be fully committed. In fact, all the RP youth players had to skip any other tournaments that would conflict with any international schedule. But why is it that the head coach himself is allowed to juggle his 2 coaching jobs? If any one is required to be fully committed, it should be the head coach.

    Otherwise, he should have allowed the players to still play in their respective tournaments and, like him, just skip a small part of the tournament where there is an actual conflict in schedule.

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