This is crunch time.
The PFL clubs now enter the home stretch of their campaigns, whether 4 games or 10 games remaining, the FinalSeries/Playoffs looms large on the horizon. Let us take a look at the 3 days worth of football this weekend, and what it means for every single team.
As what we have been accustomed to this season, the PFL are offering Wednesday matches for the fans. As we edge ever closer to the PFL Playoffs, let us take a look at what to expect from the four teams in action.
-Davao aims for a double
Words that were never said
After the Azkals' adventure in Qatar, the Pinoy football stars resume local rivalries as the PFL returns to action this week. Let us take a look at the storylines developing as the chase for the Playoffs intensifies.
-Can Meralco Manila keep the top spot?
Ever since week 1, Meralco Manila has hung
The Lions of Makati. The Sparks of Manila.
The third Capital Derby promises to have implications on the current PFL playoffs race. Despite the appearance of the league table, Meralco Manila needs to keep up with Ceres Negros and their 5 games behind in order to fully secure the mountaintop. On
Let us go straight to the point. Splashing cash on big game players and not winning afterwards is a big black eye for a team. The Lakers (Nash and Howard) and Nets (Garnett and Pierce) did it in the NBA in recent times with disastrous results, while Real Madrid's Galacticos
Aguilas fall to Ceres at "home".
In what was a high scoring afternoon, Davao Aguilas hosted Ceres Negros at "home" at the Rizal Memorial Stadium with Davao del Norte Stadium unavailable for the weekend due to scheduled maintenance.
Now that their AFC Cup run has ended, the Busmen shift their focus to
With more than half of the PFL season in the books, one thing has remained consistent, Meralco Manila has held its position on top of the table. But the Capital Club is a curious one. In a month that has seen the faces of the franchise, the Younghusbands, leave for
NEW STALLION. Filipino-Dutch defender Josh Grommen (left) is being groomed to replace the aging and the ailing defenders of the Azkals. But as of the moment he is contended of playing for the Stallions FC. At his right is his Dutch father Roland Grommen. (Contributed photo)
CAGAYAN DE ORO City —
YOUNG AZKAL: Watch out for Amani Aguinaldo as he plays for Global against South China of HongKong in the AFC Cup Wednesday night (Feb. 25, 2015)
By Jack Biantan
LONDON — YOUNG defender Amani Aguinaldo is one reason enough to watch Global FC play against South China FC in the Asian Football
SENDOFF: Bacolod based Ceres-La Salle FC during their send off for the AFC Cup playoff against Maziya Sport ad Recreation Club of Maldives.
By Jerome Galunan
Watchmen Daily Journal
BACOLOD CITY, Philippines -- Negros Occidental-based and multi-titled Ceres-La Salle FC has left for Maldives to prepare for their scheduled match against Maziya Sports