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Noli Eala offers SMC players to national team

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MANILA, Philippines – San Miguel Corporation sports director Noli Eala made its three star players available to the national team.

Eala offered Petron Blaze’s center June Mar Fajardo, San Mig Coffee’s dynamic forward Marc Pingris and Barangay Ginebra San Miguel’s LA Tenorio to the Smart Gilas Pilipinas should Gilas opts for their services in the coming Fiba Asia Championship this August.

“Junmar, LA and Ping are also available to Gilas if they want them. Wish Gilas all the best,” Eala posted on his twitter account.

Eala also aired SMC’s suggestion to postpone the PBA Governors’ Cup in lieu of the national team’s preparations for its biggest test yet.

“Fate of 3rd conf[erence] still up in the air. SMC position is to postpone it [‘]til after Fiba Asia in order to give Gilas ample time to prepare,” he said in his twitter post.

“However, we w[ou]ld like to amend 2nd conf[erence] format to mirror 1st conf[erence]. So, longer elims [in] semis to max exposure. [Still] enough time for Gilas.”


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Tags: Basketball , FIBA , News , Smart Gilas , Sports

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/QTVMMV3EWVYIFKLY4M5EYFAQB4 CN

    Please don’t support Eala, he has a rotten personality, guilty of Adultery. He is a bad example to our children. Just search in the internet, Irene Moje. I hope that the Companies will not get his services anymore as he is a disgrace in our society. Lets uphold the morals of the Filipinos.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/QD4YJMPOLFOVDOUCKPYNJGEUOI marvin

      Ay naku…pinoy talaga kung sin0ng anghel na matino daw at di nagkakamali. Wag kang manghusga sa kapwa para di karin huhusgahan…hunghang. tingnan mo muna ang sarili mong DUMI SA MUKHA MO bago ka tumingin ng dumi sa iba. 

      Every person deserves a second chance. CN sigurado ako matutuwa si SATANAS sa ugali mo.

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/QTVMMV3EWVYIFKLY4M5EYFAQB4 CN

        Yes, I agree with you, every one deserves a second chance, but did he repent? did he ask forgiveness? I’m sorry, but forgiveness is given to those who are truly remorse for their actions. I don’t judge him Marvin, it’s the court that finds him guilty of adultery. Well then, I just hope that what he did to the husband of Irene Moje, will not happen to you. And that what he did to his wife, Mrs. Eala, will not happen to many Filipinas. And that the anguish and pain of children from broken families will not happen to many of our Filipino children. – What GOD has put together, let no man put asunder.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/3CF3PXUVL4BSYTRU2R362LFUPE SolidBasketball

    salamat NOli Eala at SMC….. Go Gilas Pilipinas !

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/LFK3CG7P6ITDKYGN256OBS5FEM Darwin

    Wow finally naawa din ang SMC.

    Isama nyo na si Lutz at Lassiter sya rin lang at tututlong ang SMC.

    Si Japeth na lang ang kulang… Sana mag laro din sya sa Gilas again.



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