By Sev Sarmenta
SOMEONE once told me there are three things that most Filipinos think they can do better than those who actually do it: Run a government, direct a movie and coach a basketball team. This, no doubt, echoes our passion for anything “P.B.A” or Politics, Basketball and Artistas (Actors and Showbiz).
Uruguay’s President Jose Mujica has slammed Fifa leaders as “sons of bitches” for banning the country’s star striker Luis Suarez over his infamous World Cup bite.
By Gil C. Cabacungan
House leaders are not celebrating the foray into professional basketball of one of their colleagues, boxing champion Manny Pacquiao, saying Pacquiao’s boxing career, his core competency, and legislative work, his official preoccupation, are likely to suffer.
Andy Murray has revealed he “didn’t like it” when Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond pulled out a Scottish flag to celebrate his historic Wimbledon victory last year, in an interview out Sunday.
Ukraine’s burly boxing hero and strident protest leader Vitali Klitschko claimed victory Sunday in Kiev mayoral vote that cements his role as a statesman for the country’s post-Soviet generation.