^ ahaha, dude antagal na nyan!! Nung end of April pa yan binalita.
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^ ahaha, dude antagal na nyan!! Nung end of April pa yan binalita.
end of april, marin "agreed" to sign with chelsea... pero ngayong 1st of july lang naging official. magkaiba ang agreed to sign sa signed, so laugh at you back
Dude malamang, July 1 ang open ng transfer window.
Kahit sinu namang player na nabalitaan mong lilipat ng club ngayon pa lang pwede mag-sign e.
When you get an official statement from the club like this:
MARIN TO SIGN
it's good as done.
Now pwede ko din "ibalita" na si Hazard ay sa Chelsea na!!
wag mo muna kasing ibabalita hanggang hindi pa pumipirma.... ako nagbabalita lang ako dito kapag pumirma na ang player sa isang club. yang kay marin matagal ko na alam yan pero ngayon ko lang pinost dito dahil ngayon lang sya pumirma "officially"
dude kahit anong link ibagay mo magkaiba pa rin ang "TO SIGN" sa "SIGNED"
parang ganito lang yan. To sign means parang may verbal or written agreement na between the player and the club. while signed is when they make it official... -end of discussion-
http://www.pinoyexchange.com/forums/...d.php?t=457701 for posting news about players confirming their agreements even before July 1.
PS: having Shinji Kagawa with a Man U shirt as your avatar even before July 1 doesn't help your argument.
INTERNATIONALS: THE 2011/12 SEASON IN NUMBERS
I checked this yearly update. Phil Younghusband's name is still there and our country as well. Wala lang. #proudtobepinoy
Top all-time international scorers
Goals scored while with Chelsea
Drogba (Ivory Coast) 46, Lampard (England) 23, Kalou (Ivory Coast) 18, Crespo (Argentina) 16, Greaves (England) 16, Flo (Norway) 15, Gudjohnsen (Iceland) 15, Hilsdon (England) 14, Lawton (England) 14, Shevchenko (Ukraine) 13, Ballack (Germany) 12, Forssell (Finland) 12, Bentley (England) 9, J Cole (England) 9, Mutu (Romania) 9, Essien (Ghana) 7, Hasselbaink (Holland) 7, Petrescu (Romania) 7, Windridge (England) 7, P Younghusband (Philippines) 7.
^ yan ba yung time na youth player pa sya? dami na rin palang goals ha.
PYH was the youth team's top scorer in the 2003–04 season
kung nag stay lang sya sa England, baka na sa Championship or low-ranked EPL team sya. but he chose to play here
Actually, what I heard in their latter years with the Youth Team, Phil was moved to midfield and James was placed in the right back. We all know right now that that is not their right positions.
You can never tell. They are still young and maybe they can still play in Europe, especially Phil.
The Younghusband Football Academy was actually featured more than a month ago in Chelsea FC's weekly newsletter.
BACK IN BLUE
They may not have made it to the first team but the lessons learnt by brothers James and Phil Younghusband during their time at the Chelsea FC Academy are being put to good use as they look to raise the profile of football in a basketball-mad country halfway around the globe from London.
James and Phil each spent a decade at the club and played for the youth team and the reserves. However they were unable to make the cut for the first team and they were eventually released, James in 2006 and Phil in 2008.
But where one door may have been closed, another one soon opened for the Anglo-Filipino brothers, who now find themselves as poster boys for football in the Philippines, where the sport is rapidly gaining traction. That follows the recent successes of the national team - the Azkals - who reached the semi-finals of the regional AFF Suzuki Cup in 2010 and finished third at the AFC Challenge Cup earlier this year.
James and Phil have played a big part in the recent success of the Azkals as players and they are now looking to help in the future development of the sport by joining up once again with the Blues to form the Chelsea FC Soccer School Philippines (CFCSSP).
The partnership was launched in May when the club teamed up with the brothers' Younghusband Football Academy (TYFA) to run a football summer camp in Manila. While the event attracted plenty of media and public interest, it should be just the starting point in an initiative that will see the building of new facilities in the Philippines to host junior football development programmes run by Chelsea FC coaches.
For James, the tie-up made perfect sense because of his own positive experiences as a member of the Chelsea FC Academy.
"Chelsea are one of the biggest clubs in the world and what we learned there taught us to be proper role models as professional footballers," said the 25-year-old, who now plays with his brother for Filipino club Loyola Meralco Sparks.
"We picked up on that and we learned so many things there that we wanted to bring with us to the Philippines. It's a great way to enjoy football and a professional way to play the game.
"We are really excited about the partnership because we still have a great relationship with the club. They still look after you even though you're no longer contracted to them so it's really like a family. That's the great thing about it."
The tie-up with Chelsea is a source of great personal delight for Phil, who started TYFA in early 2010 before the sport really began to take off in the homeland of his mother.
"I started up the academy because I wanted to still be involved in football and I wanted to remain in the Philippines. So I created a job for myself, running a football school so that I could coach kids and pass on the knowledge that I had learned as a footballer at Chelsea," said the 24-year-old.
"That was our full-time job before the Suzuki Cup at TYFA, trying to promote football, trying to coach kids and trying to teach other coaches how to help out the kids."
Pre-season: PSG 1-1 Chelsea
PSG really did dominate the first half, due to their stronger and more aggressive starters. Our newbie right side players, Hutchinson and Kakuta, was totally raped courtesy of Lavezzi, and also thanks to Luiz for being totally laid-back on defending.
Got a goal from Piazon, assisted by Ramires, in the 81st minute.
Also, finally saw Areola play for PSG. He is pretty good
just read on twitter that Chelsea have a new RB, Cesar Azpilicueta... Do you guys think that he might challenge Ivanovic at RB?
total spending by Roman to prepare for the coming season almost reaches 100m. lucky us we have an owner who's willing to spend to win.
Chelsea pulled off a double last night. Azpi and Moses.