Meneses feels sorry for Adamson’s struggles, hopes for turnaround
Sherwin Meneses is now an integral part of Ateneo’s coaching staff, but the once head coach of Adamson University still feels some sympathy for his alma mater.
Adamson is currently at the bottom of the Season 79 women’s volleyball standings with a sorry 0-4 record and Meneses couldn’t help but feel bad for the team he once coached for almost half-a-decade.
“Of course I can’t help but feel a little sorry for them because it’s still our team, all those players were once my players,” said Meneses on Saturday at Filoil Flying V Arena.
Meneses is the one temporarily running the show for Ateneo as head coach Tai Bundit is in Thailand to grieve the passing of his mother-in-law.
Things, though, are still going well for Ateneo with the Lady Eagles notching their second straight win for a 3-1 record.
Ateneo’s third win in the tournament came at the expense of Meneses’ former team as the Lady Eagles grounded the Lady Falcons in straight sets 25-19, 25-18, 25-13.
Meneses said it’s up to new head coach Airess Padda to lead the team he left during the middle of the Season 78 tournament.
“They’re now the ones in charge, hopefully they become successful under coach Air.”
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