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Buy a kit and donate 60% of each sale to the AZKALS U23 team that will compete in this year's SEA Games 2012 in Indonesia!
Finally! The Azkals United Kit with your favorite AZKAL Players name printed!
Azkals United has been successful in trying to come up with a shirt designs that really catch that fire in its football fever and all out support for the AZKALS, and now, the U23 Squad.
We hope to gain more support in fulfilling a fundraiser for the AZKALS U23 Squad which is now under tight selection process led by Coach Michael Weiss and the whole U23 Coaching Staff.
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ABOUT THE FOOTBALL KIT
Jersey (Dri-Fit Material) Personalized (Choose your favorite AZKAL Players name on the Jersey! )
Front Details : Logo Print and Numbers up front
Sleeve Details : Philippine Flag on Right Sleeve
Back Details : Player Last Name Number
Kit Design/Colors : WHITE or BLUE
Exclusive Design! Plus! the chance to actually be part and help the AZKALS Squad because 60% of Sale will be donated to the team instantly!
PAYMENT & CLAIMING
Cost of KIT : PHP. 550.00 Only.
Payment Inst : Bank Payments 100% Advance
Bank Name : BPI
Account name: (Use either any of the names below)
Pamela Josefina fabie
Sarah alaine justo
Bank Account No :
3029 1131 21
Scan the details of the deposit slip including your name/account /amount and Email Deposit Slip as confirmation for paying the full amount, this is very important for us to know if you have already paid for your orders.
Claiming : Meet Up is set on a particular Location in QC / Makati
For Shipping / Home Delivery
Buyers are to shoulder the amount
Sizes Length / Width (circumference) (in INCHES)
XS 29 36
S 29 38
M 30 40
L 30 42
XL 31 44
2XL 32 46 ( Extra 50 Php. for these Sizes )
3XL 33 48 ( Extra 50 Php. for these Sizes )
HOW TO PLACE YOUR ORDER/S
Claiming Mode : Shipping/Meet-up) Shipping Address (for Shipping Option)
Mode of Payment : (100% Advance)
Player Name (ALL AZKALS)
435 Offside St. St. Mary, Quezon City (Must be Exact Delivery Address for Shipping Option)
Bank Payment - 100% Advance
Qty : 1
Color : White Kit
Size : Medium
Player Name : Stephan Schrock
Qty : 2
Color : Blue Kits
Size : Large
Player Name : Neil Etheridge / Jerry Lucena
Qty : 1
Color : White Kit
Size : Small
Player Name : Roland Muller
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By Cedelf P. Tupas
Posted in Philippine Daily Inquirer
MANILA, Philippines — This early, the Philippine Football Federation (PFF) is already plotting a busy year 2012 for the Azkals, who will be playing more international friendlies and could possibly battle Europe-based clubs at home.
PFF president Mariano “Nonong” Araneta Sunday said that they will be capitalizing on the five international friendly windows next year to keep the Azkals sharp in preparation for the Suzuki Cup Asean Football Championships (AFC) in December 2012.
At the PFF board meeting Saturday, Araneta also disclosed plans to invite English Premiere League side Fulham FC – the club of Azkals goalkeeper Neil Etheridge – or another Premiership squad Blackburn for a friendly possibly in June next year.
“We are at the planning stage but we really want to make these (matches) happen,” said Araneta, who was able to get in touch with a Qatar-based events management firm that has links with Fulham and Blackburn.
Both Araneta and Azkals team manager Dan Palami stressed that playing matches during international break will further improve the national side since it will have the full complement of players during those dates.
The Azkals, currently preparing for the Long Teng Cup in Taiwan late this month and friendly matches against Singapore and Nepal, will also be in action in January after the PFF accepted the invitation of Spanish third division club CF Madrid for a friendly match between January 4 to 7.
Staging a friendly pitting the Azkals and reigning Asean champion Malaysia on February 29 will be a priority of the PFF as the national side prepares for the AFC Challenge Cup in Nepal.
Araneta also announced the expanded role Palami, who has been appointed head of the PFF marketing group during the board meeting.
Palami, who is also Leyte FA president, said he plans to package sponsorships for the Azkals and the PFF to make sure that the federation’s other programs will also get backers.
Palami will be joined in the marketing group by Laguna FA president Jun Pacificador and PFF treasurer Bonnie Ladrido.
by Rick Olivares
Posted in The Bleacher's Brew
When told that his name is a mouthful, Carlos Alberto Olaivar Martinez de Murga laughs. “Si, it is long,” smiled the new right back/midfielder for the Philippine Men’s Football National Team. “Call me ‘Carli’ instead.”
Even the place where the 22-year old Fil-Spaniard is from is a mouthful -- El Puerto de Santa Maria, Provincia de Cadiz, Andalucia, Spain. “I’m from Cadiz,” he laughed once more. “And I play for Racing Club Portuense in Tercera División.” The Tercera División is the fourth-level of the Spanish football league system with up to 22 teams competing for promotion to the next level.
The Fil-Spanish footballer heard about the Azkals from a friend in Cadiz who read about another compatriot, Angel Guirado, who last played for Club Deportivo Ronda, another third division club and suited up for the Philippines in the AFC Challenge Cup and the recent 2014 World Cup Qualifiers.
Through social networking site Facebook, Martinez de Murga learned more about Guirado and his cousin, Rafael Garcia, the brother of basketball coach Caloy Garcia who is half-Spanish and half-Filipino. Garcia, who speaks fluent European Spanish, has served as a liaison for the Fil-Spaniards although Carli’s English is passable and much better than Guirado’s.
When asked if he was named after the famous Brazilian footballer who played alongside the great Pele on Brazil’s 1970 World Cup winning side, Carli shook his head. “I was named after a telenovela star,” quipped the FC Barcelona and Cadiz CF fan. His hometown team of Cadiz, affectionately known as El Submarino Amarillo (or The Yellow Submarine for its reputation of last ditch rallies to remain afloat if not shoot up to the top of the standings despite flirting with relegation earlier in the season), was relegated to the second tier following the 2005-06 season.
Carli made his debut with the Azkals in a friendly match with Ceres-Negros, the PFF Suzuki Under-23 National Champions, last September 13, 2011 at Panaad Stadium in Bacolod. The Azkals despite missing several first team regulars, beat the home side 3-1 with a brace from Mark Hartmann and a goal from Ian Araneta.
Ruben Doctora Jr. scored the lone goal for Ceres-Negros.The Fil-Spaniard, whose mother hails from Quezon City and says that pancit is his favorite Filipino food, will be joining the nationals in the 2011 Long Teng Cup that will be held in Taiwan from September 30 to October 4 and hopefully, for the U-23 team that will compete in the Southeast Asian Games in Palembang, Indonesia in November this year.
“I see some very good players in the Younghusbands, Mark Hartmann, and some others,” noted Martinez de Murga who in all probability will have “Carli” on the back of his jersey instead of his long surname. “I hope that I will be a big part as well. I am happy to compete for the Philippines. It is an honor.”
Philippine National Football team Schedule:
Philippine Azkals, Global FC, and Kaya FC
September 17-24,2011 Rizal Stadium, Manila
The Long Teng Cup 2011 in Kaohsiung, Chinese Taipei
Philippines vs Hong Kong 09.30.11 1630 (Live on Balls Channel)
Philippines vs Chinese Taipei 10.02.11 1900 (Live on Studio 23)
Philippines vs Macau 10.04.11 1630 (TBA)
Scheduled International Friendlies
Philippines vs Singapore 10.07.11 1930 Jalan Besar Stadium, Singapore
Philippines vs Nepal 10.11.11 Rizal Stadium, Manila
- Lester Hernandez, Azkals United