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Kasi sinabi niya nag-champion yung DLSU MFT nung 2000 or 2001. Pero sa totoo, Ateneo yung champion nung 2000 at UP nung 2001.
Sinabi rin niya na nag 3peat yung DLSU. Tapos binawi rin niya dahil hindi naman pala totoo.
Ayaw kasi tanggapin yung "12-13 year dominance" na sinabi ni lasalleftw. Pero payag siya dun sa "5-7 year dominance."
UE won the UAAP men's football title and it most probably was in 2002 or 2003.
UAAP FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS (Men's Football)
1993-1994 - UST
1994-1995 - DLSU
1995-1996 - Ateneo
1997-1998 - DLSU
1998-1999 - Ateneo
1999-2000 - Ateneo
2000-2001 - NU (?)
2001-2002 - UP
2002-2003 - UE
2003-2004 - Ateneo
2004-2005 - Ateneo
2005-2006 - Ateneo
2006-2007 - UST
2007-2008 - FEU
2008-2009 - UP
2009-2010 - FEU
Pardon my ignorance, but is there a similar match wherein the champions of ncaa will play against our champ? Like in UEFA Super Cup? If so, how did our side fare against San Beda(or recently, Benilde)? San Beda is a beast in this sport.
sa unigames...nag semis dun dlsu up from uaap .csb and san beda from ncaa ...nag finals san beda at csb..san beda nanalo...
^ yan din ata yung year na questionable na nag champion sila sa overall?
nope. yung questionable year ng over-all championship ng NU ay noong 1950s pa.
11 straight years nang over-all champion ang UST.
a) the Final 4 format was also introduced during that season OR
b) that's only the farthest year where people start to remember the list of champions OR
c) (God forbid) football competition was just introduced during that season (and 1995-1996 for the women)?
Side note: I noticed this is also the list posted in Wikipedia. Is this even reliable?
UP was the back to back champion in 2001 and 2002
some of the stars were Ariel Zerrudo, current Maroons coach Anto Gonzales...
coach was Bob Salvacion, UAAP Football Commissioner
UP lost to a surprising UE team in 2003
and lost again in 2004, this time to ADMU
that was the first of a 3 peat...
NU has no football team...
Coach Alicante of FEU said in an interview that he lost 8 starters from last years champion team. so he was down to 12 men from 20. he was able to recruit 7, 4 of whom start for the team now. that makes 19 but he lost 1 player to injury so has 18 now in the UAAP.
his key players are aguisanda, the ex keeper who had to be fullback because of the departure of the 8 players. chio, the winger and melliza, the striker from iloilo who has 2 goals in 2 games now...
Coach Anto Gonzales wants to concentrate on coaching UP and Claret but a part of him wants to tryout for the Azkals. He was part of the team in 2007 during the time that the Azkals were not as popular. Captain Ali Borromeo likes his intelligent play at midfield. Ala Xavi or Iniesta.
But his focus now is redemption for the Maroons after the controversial and disastrous season last year when they were the defending champions. He wants no less than a finals appearance this year. 2-0 na sila so maganda chance.
On the Maroons for Azkals, he fully supports any Maroon that will try their luck in the senior team but he thinks they may not be ready yet. But for the under 23 Sea Games team, he thinks 5 of his players can make the grade. They are Segunial, Serna, Roy, Eusebio and Permanes...
By the way, the Maroons were UAAP champs for 5 straight years in 1973 to 1977 when current PFF president Nonong Araneta was playing for them. 7 Maroons then were in the National Team. Araneta at the same time played UAAP Basketball while getting a Civil Engineering degree...
So far, so good for UP!