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    Got any word for the TV coverage?
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    Liga Pilipinas owners overwhelmingly agree to continue supporting Regional basketball. New season starts Apr 27.
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    good to see them growing!

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    From March to April, hopefully they can start at that date. We really need to watch good basketball. CBA is so boring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nardy View Post

    NoliEala Noli Eala

    Liga Pilipinas owners mtg tom. Laguna, San Juan city, Cebu, Apayao, Misor, GenSan, Ilocos, Mandaue, Iloilo Zambo and Mla have confirmed.
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    NoliEala Noli Eala

    Guest team from Malaysia is also attending the Liga mtg which will discuss Liga's Conf 5. Always room for regional basketball.
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    So far no response. "@pureclasstrig: @NoliEala no Pampanga?"
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    so if Liga opens on Apr 27, we're expecting 12 teams at least.. if only PBL didn't cease operations, we would be having more players getting employed.

    what the news on Cebu's CBA?
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    Liga Pilipinas goes international.........

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    Kuala Lumpur Dragons join Liga Pilipinas

    By Rommel C. Manlosa
    Sunday, March 13, 2011

    THE Westports Kuala Lumpur Dragons of the Asean Basketball League (ABL) is set to see action when the Liga Pilipinas 2011 Season opens its doors on April 27 in Gen. Santos City.

    The KL Dragons, which finished fourth in two ABL seasons, will join returnees Ilocos Sur Bravehearts and Zamboanga del Norte in the eight-team tournament. Liga Pilipinas will also return to its original TV network, NBN-4.

    During the board meeting held last week at the Liga Pilipinas headquarters in Pasig City, league commissioner and president Noli Eala announced the development for the upcoming conference.

    “Everything is set up for the Conference 4 opening on April 27. The Kuala Lumpur Dragons will be joining the tournament along with the returning Ilocos Sur Bravehearts and Zamboanga del Norte team. There will be three pre-season tournaments prior to the opening of the conference,” said Cebu Niños head coach Raul Alcoseba.

    Last season, the KL Dragons paraded three Filipino imports – veteran Liga Pilipinas campaigners Angelus Raymundo and Patrick Cabahug and Rudy Linganay of the PBL.

    Two of their assistant coaches were also Filipinos--Paul Daniel Advincula and Ariel
    Vanguardia.

    On the other hand, Ilocos Sur disbanded in 2009 after forfeiting its semifinal games against the Cebu Niños, while the last time a Zamboanga province team played in Liga Pilipinas was also in 2009.

    Other teams set to play are the M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu Niños and bitter rivals the Misamis Oriental Meteors, the MP-Gen. San Warriors, the Mandaue City-Cebu Landmasters and newcomer Davao City team.

    The three pre-season tournaments are scheduled to be held in Davao City, Cebu City and Laguna.

    The Cebu pre-season tournament will be on March 23 to 26 at the Cebu Coliseum with the Laguna Stallions, Kuala Lumpur Dragons and MisOr Meteors facing the Cebu Niños.

    Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on March 14, 2011.
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    I heard that Slingers will join the liga too......all local....


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    The seven-team Liga Pilipinas Conference V will commence on April 27, 2011 at the Santo Domingo People's Center in Santo Domingo, Ilocos Sur.

    The returning Ilocos Sur franchise of Gov. Luis "Chavit" Singson, parading a new moniker as the Tigers and a new head coach in former La Salle star Johnedel Cardel, will be the first week's host as they welcome defending champion M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu Ninos of Michel J. Lhuillier and Coach Raul "Yayoy" D. Alcoseba, MP Warrriors of GenSan of Rep. Manny Pacquiao and Coach Arvin Bonleon and the Laguna Golden Lions of Gov. Emilio Ramon Ejercito and Coach Nomar Isla.

    The other participating teams are the Misamis Oriental Meteors, Pampanga and Mandaue City.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liga Pilipinas View Post
    The seven-team Liga Pilipinas Conference V will commence on April 27, 2011 at the Santo Domingo People's Center in Santo Domingo, Ilocos Sur.

    The returning Ilocos Sur franchise of Gov. Luis "Chavit" Singson, parading a new moniker as the Tigers and a new head coach in former La Salle star Johnedel Cardel, will be the first week's host as they welcome defending champion M. Lhuillier Kwarta Padala-Cebu Ninos of Michel J. Lhuillier and Coach Raul "Yayoy" D. Alcoseba, MP Warrriors of GenSan of Rep. Manny Pacquiao and Coach Arvin Bonleon and the Laguna Golden Lions of Gov. Emilio Ramon Ejercito and Coach Nomar Isla.

    The other participating teams are the Misamis Oriental Meteors, Pampanga and Mandaue City.
    Congratulations Liga!

    please post your lineups as soon as its available.

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    Welcome back Pampanga!

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    oh my, they are now also putting age limits. what will happen to those players who are still capable of playing but are already over 30? players like stephen padilla, marlon basco can still play.
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    No Zamboanga this conference? it would be an even 8 teams

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    Tight battle expected in Liga Pilipinas fifth conference
    By Olmin Leyba (The Philippine Star) Updated April 26, 2011 12:00 AM


    Liga Pilipinas officials join hands with coaches and team officials during the launch of the league’s fifth conference. They are, from left, Richard Michael, team manager of Ilocos Sur Tigers; Val Rosabal, MisOr Meteors official; Arvin Bonleon, head coach MP Warriors of GenSan; Gov. Oscar Moreno, Liga Pilipinas chair; Gov. Chavit Singson, team owner of Ilocos Tigers; Noli Eala, Liga official; Gerald Ejercito, Laguna Golden Lions team manager; Jun Usman; Willy Generalao, head coach, M. Lhuillier-Cebu Niños; Norman Isla, head coach of Laguna Golden Lions; and Michell Tolentino, asst. coach of Laguna Lions. JUN MENDOZA


    MANILA, Philippines - Liga Pilipinas welcomes a new franchise in Pampanga, a returning squad in Ilocos Sur, and a roster of mostly retooled teams when it starts its Conference 5 tomorrow at the Sto. Domingo Gymnasium in Sto. Domingo, Ilocos Sur.
    Pampanga came in as the seventh member of the country’s premier regional basketball tournament, parading a team that will be mentored by Allan Trinidad. The Ilocos CS Tigers of Gov. Chavit Singson will make a comeback under coach John Cardel with players led by Warren Ybanez, Chito Jaime and Marlon Basco.
    The two will vie for Liga glory against holdovers from the previous conference led by defending champion M. Lhuillier-Cebu Niños, Misamis Oriental Meteors of Gov. Oscar Moreno, MP-General Santos Warriors of Rep. Manny Pacquiao, Mandaue-Cebu Landmasters, and Laguna Lions of Gov. E.R. Ejercito.
    Under new management, Laguna has beefed up its roster, recruiting 39-year-old behemoth EJ Feihl and ex-pro Gherome Ejercito and 6-5 Fil-Am Anthony Athie along with Robert Sanz and Marlon Legaspi to join the core of the old Laguna Stallions team.
    “Liga Pilipinas is here in line with the commitment of the team owners to the development of regional basketball,” said Pinoy Basketbol Management, Inc. president Noli Eala during yesterday’s press launch at the Dragongate Restaurant.
    Liga’s fifth season will blast off with the Ilocos leg from April 27-30, with the Cebu Niños taking on the the Laguna Lions in the opener. MP-GenSan Warriors and host Ilocos Tigers will take the floor in the second of two matches set for Day 1.
    Coaches and team officials present during the launch agreed it will be a tight battle for the crown.
    “I think it’s anybody’s game,” said Moreno, whose Jun Noel-mentored MisOr squad finished runner-up the last time around.
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    i thought that they are implementing a new rule that will only allow teams not to field players above 30 years old. why is it they are getting EJ fiehl?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ankle breaker View Post
    i thought that they are implementing a new rule that will only allow teams not to field players above 30 years old. why is it they are getting EJ fiehl?
    The article also says Willy Generalao head coach Cebu. That is some news

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    STANDINGS
    Cebu Ninos 0-0
    MP Warriors of GenSan 0-0
    Ilocos Sur CS Tigers 0-0
    Laguna Golden Lions 0-0

    April 27 (Wednesday) -- Santo Domingo People's Center
    Cebu Ninos vs. Laguna Golden Lions
    Ilocos Sur CS Tigers vs. MP Warriors of GenSan

    April 28 (Thursday) -- Santo Domingo People's Center
    MP Warriors of GenSan vs. Cebu Ninos
    Laguna Golden Lions vs. Ilocos Sur CS Tigers

    April 29 (Friday) -- Santo Domingo People's Center
    Laguna Golden Lions vs. MP Warriors of GenSan
    Ilocos Sur CS Tigers vs. Cebu Ninos

    April 30 (Saturday) -- Santo Domingo People's Center
    #3 vs. #4 (for Third Place)
    #1 vs. #2 (Championship)
    **END OF TOURNAMENT**


    Note: Schedule subject to change without prior notice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petronilo View Post
    The article also says Willy Generalao head coach Cebu. That is some news
    yes, that's a big news indeed. generalao is one of the long time assistant coaches of ML with good credentials being a coach himself in minor leagues/commercial leagues and a pba player himself. it's a good precendent for ML to be make him their coach so that yayoy can perform his duties as a city councilor of cebu. playing out of town games in liga will make yayoy leave his duties and denying the people who voted him his much needed services. and it's good in the league as well as we can see a new face on the ML bench.
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    picture is not available online, but below is the laguna lineup. i didn't know that jorge estregan, jr. is already GOVERNOR of laguna!!!

    http://www.tribuneonline.org/metro/20110416met8.html

    Elite basketball team

    M E T R O F I L E

    04/16/2011

    The newly formed Laguna Golden Lions Elite Basketball Team pays homage to team owner, Laguna Gov. Joerge “E.R.” Ejercito Estregan at the provincial capitol. Also in the picture (seated, from left, front row) are assistant coach Mitch Tolentino, head coach Nomar Isla, team manager Gerald “GE” Ejercito, Governor E.R., assistant playing coach Gherome Ejercito, assistant manager Jun Usman, Mark Fampulme and Ramon Retaga. Standing (from left) are Jimmy Arceo, Francis Mercado, Joen Maderazo, Anthony Athie, Boyet Bautista, Glenn Bolocon, Franco Atienza, EJ Feihl, Raymond Lingal, Jervie Glorioso, Marlon Legaspi, Robert Sanz, Ricky Ricafuerte, Darrel Green, Daniel Flores, Jonathan Aldave and Bryan Faundo. The Laguna Team is now gearing for action in the upcoming La Liga Filipinas which will officially open on April 27 in Laguna.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ankle breaker View Post
    yes, that's a big news indeed. generalao is one of the long time assistant coaches of ML with good credentials being a coach himself in minor leagues/commercial leagues and a pba player himself. it's a good precendent for ML to be make him their coach so that yayoy can perform his duties as a city councilor of cebu. playing out of town games in liga will make yayoy leave his duties and denying the people who voted him his much needed services. and it's good in the league as well as we can see a new face on the ML bench.
    Yayoy is still the coach of ML. I think the article mistaken Generalao as Cebu's coach considering that he was the one present in the Liga presscon.
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