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Bacolod City, Philippines Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Uesato bids Ceres-Negros goodbye
as Muller, Mulders rejoin Busmen

Japanese striker Takumi Uesato scored the goals that gave Ceres-Negros the 2-0 win against Stallion Laguna FC in their last home game at the Panaad Stadium in the Philippines Football League (PFL) at the start of the month.

Yesterday, the club confirmed that Uesato is moving on out, paving the way for the return of goalkeeper Roland Muller and Paul Mulders and the acquisition of Jerry Barbaso and Curt Dizon from Global FC and Australian striker Blake Powell.

In his social media account, Uesato thanked his Ceres family and the Negros fans for supporting him.

Blackwater sizzles in Super 8 play

In 2002, Lee Sang-Min drained a buzzer-beating triple to lift South Korea to the Asian Games men's basketball finals against the Philippines.

Last night, Lee, now a coach for Seoul-Samsung, witnessed his team's three-point shooting deserting them against a Filipino side when needed the most.

The Thunders struggled offensively and fell to the Blackwater Elite, 78-67, in their Asia League Summer Super 8 meeting at the Macao East Asia Games Dome in Macau.


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