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Bacolod City, Philippines Wednesday, November 27, 2019
Cambodia coach: Time to move on

For the football coaches of the 30th Southeast Asian Games, the inconveniences that their teams encountered upon their arrival in the country actually happen in an event involving thousands of people.

“It wasn’t ideal… but things happen. It’s time to move on and just focus on the soccer,” Cambodia head coach Felix Dalmas said.

For his part, Myanmar coach Velizar Popov belittled the problem they encountered upon their arrival in the country but expresses hope that everything will be better.

Ceres Cup shootfest slated
BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN

About 100 gun enthusiasts in Visayas are joining the 1st Ceres Cup Invitational Competitions slated on Nov. 30 to Dec. 2 in Bacolod City.

The inaugural staging of the Ceres Cup shootfest aims to promote the mental and physical well-being of participants as well as responsible and safe gun-handling, organizer Leo Rey Yanson, who is the Vallacar Transit, Inc. Chief Executive Officer and president, said.

Yanson is also a sports patron and owner and CEO of the multi-titled Ceres Negros Football Club.

 


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