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  1. Join Date
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    #1581
    ^ mukang pilit ang ngiti nila.. pati si noli eala.. hehehehehe..


    mga kabaranggay! sure na panalo na tyo bukas! hehehe

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    #1582
    Quote Originally Posted by BoEinG_747 View Post
    sana nga manalo para all happy na naman tayo dito

    pero kaya iyan mas malakas line up nila compare sa Coke
    wag lang mag over confidenced or may ma injured

    hmmmm.... friday night game... eh di HAPPY WEEKEND na naman pag nanalo ang Baranggay!!! Two weekends in a row!!!

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    #1583
    Quote Originally Posted by resmile View Post
    hmmmm.... friday night game... eh di HAPPY WEEKEND na naman pag nanalo ang Baranggay!!! Two weekends in a row!!!
    sana manalo talaga ,para tie sila sa 2nd place ng Red Bull

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    #1584
    sino ang tatapos? Villanueva / Yeo

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    #1585
    Quote Originally Posted by squatt3r View Post
    sino ang tatapos? Villanueva / Yeo
    tinapos na sila ni Commish Eala

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    #1586
    Panalo tayo mga ka-BARANGAY!


    GINEBRA - 84
    COKE - 78

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    #1587
    hayyy sarap ng weekend ko nito..panalo ang BGK

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    #1588
    Still on Yeo - Villanueva "boxing match". Eto pala ang nangyari. Eh talaga naman palang "war freak" itong si Yeo, eh.......



    Mitsa Ng Gulo Si Yeo


    Hanggang sa kasalukuyan ay hindi pa rin maiwasan ng mga sportwriters na pag-usapan ang naganap na umbagan nina Enrico Villanueva ng Red Bull at Joseph Yeo ng Coke ilang araw pa lamang ang nakararaan.

    Kamakalawa, maging sa paboritong watering hole ng mga sports scribes ito pa rin ang topic. Meron palang isang taga-radio ang nakasaksi mismo kung paano talaga nagsimula ang banatan nina Villanueva at Yeo.

    Nauna pala si Yeo na dumating doon sa south gate ng carpark kasama ang dalawang teammates niya, isa na ruín si Mike Gavino na tinamaan ng ligaw na suntok. Kasama ni Villanueva ang kanyang maybahay at ang kanyang parents at abala sa pag-autograph sa mga fans nang magtama ang kanilang mga mata.

    Bigla umanong nagsalita si Yeo ng "Bakit ngi-ngisi-ngisi ka,.. tapusin na natin ito!".

    Ang salitang iyon ni Yeo ay sapat na upang magsiklab ang natutulog na galit sa dibdib ni Villanueva. Imagine, kasama mo ang iyong asawa at mga magulang sisigawan ka ng ganoon. May Santo Kristo ka man sa dibdib tiyak na makakalimot ka sa iyong sarili.

    Kaya nga, ayon doon sa radio announcer nang mahawakan daw ni Villanueva si Yeo, itinaas ito at saka ibinalibag. (Aray ko!) Mahihiya nga raw si Undertaker sa ginawang pagbabalibag kay Yeo.

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    #1589
    ang sabi naman ng iba .lumapit daw si Yeo ,para tapusin na magka ayos .pero iba naging dating kay Villanueva noon ng ngisi ni joSeph ,kaya nag init ulo ni enrico

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    #1590
    Sanction poised on Villanueva, Yeo
    Malaya

    MORE than 24 hours after figuring in another fight, Red Bull forward Enrico Villanueva and Coca-Cola rookie Joseph Yeo met at the PBA conference room yesterday, had a heart-to-heart talk, shook hands and said they are ready to face sanctions over the latest saga in their long-standing rift.

    Pro league commissioner Noli Eala, who summoned the players, stressed he will not tolerate the latest fight between the two but withheld any sanction pending testimonies from people who witnessed the latest altercation between the two former college rivals who brawled at the Araneta Coliseum South Game last Sunday.

    "They will not escape sanction but to me, more than the sanction, what’s more important is to find the root cause and put an end to it," said Eala. "A sanction will not solve the deeply-rooted issue between these two players. I was happy both responded positively and at the end, they both wanted to talk, just the two of them.

    "I didn’t tell them what to do but they agreed to put things in the past. They made a commitment to co-exist harmoniously in the PBA," Eala added.

    Yeo’s teammates, Mike Gavino, Allan Salangsang and Manny Ramos, also appeared before Eala yesterday to shed light on the fight.

    After talking with Yeo, Villanueva approached Gavino and apologized, according to Eala. Gavino sustained a deep cut on his left eyebrow, hit by a wild blow while he was trying to separate the protagonists. Yeo sustained bruises on his face and back.

    Eala said the incident was apparently sparked by mere miscommunication.

    Shortly after the match between Red Bull and Coca-Cola last Sunday, won by the Barakos 95-67, Villanueva reportedly thought Yeo was looking for a fight when the latter told him: "Ano ang nginingiti-ngiti mo diyan? Tapusin na natin ito dito."

    Yeo, however, told Eala he was merely looking to patch things up with Villanueva when he uttered that remark that apparently was misinterpreted by the burly 6-foot-6 slotman.
    Yeo bloodied Villanueva’s nose during a La Salle-Ateneo exhibition game in December 2005 and the latter retaliated by ramming his shoulder at the 6-foot-1 guard’s chest in an incident that was quickly quelled during a pre-season game last March.

    While awaiting sanction, Eala said Villanueva will be able to play as Red Bull tangles with Purefoods in a crucial game today in the Talk N Text-PBA Philippine Cup at the Araneta Coliseum.

    The two teams fight for solo second place behind idle leader Sta. Lucia Realty following the opener between Air21 and Welcoat. Air21 won over Welcoat 110-94 the first time they met last Oct. 22

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