WHY PHILIPPINES WON’T BE IN QATAR

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Philippines Soccer won’t be represented when hostilities begin at the 2022 FIFA World Cup tournament in Qatar at the end of next year after the country’s senior national team failed to go beyond the second round of qualifiers as far as the Asian continent is concerned.

In the first round, a lot of the teams on the continent were drawn bye and the Philippines were one of those countries. To this effect, Philippines Soccer didn’t make an appearance in the first round of the Asian qualifiers ahead of Qatar 2022. Philippines Soccer made an appearance for the first time in the Asian qualifiers ahead of the next FIFA World Cup tournament in Qatar when the second round of the Asian qualifiers started. In the second round of the Asian qualifiers, the Philippines were drawn in Group A alongside Syria, Guam, Maldives and the Peoples Republic of China (China PR). Continue reading “WHY PHILIPPINES WON’T BE IN QATAR”

UNITED CITY ARE PHILIPPINES SOCCER KINGS

United City FC are the undisputed kings of Philippines Soccer after they won the 2020 Philippines Football League (PFL) season. United City have dominated Philippines Soccer for a very long time. The latest title triumph in the Philippines Football League means that United City FC have won all the four editions of the PFL as far as Philippines Soccer is concerned. United City FC won the PFL in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020. United City FC were previously called Ceres-Negros before the change of name to United City. The change of name didn’t stop the club from continuing their dominance of Philippines Soccer. They were known as Ceres-Negros from 2017 to 2019.

Holders United City FC were joined for the 2020 Philippines Football League by five other clubs namely Kaya-Iloilo, Azkals Development Team, Maharlika Manila, Stallion Laguna and Mendiola 1991. United City FC won the league title with a game to spare in November 2020. They wrapped up the league title by smashing Stallion Laguna 7-1 at the PFF National Training Centre. Kaya-Iloilo were their biggest title challengers but they were not able to push United City FC till the end of the season after they were forced to a disappointing goalless draw by Mendiola FC 1991. The goalless result meant that United City FC needed to beat Stallion Laguna to clinch a fourth successive league title and they did that in style by putting seven past their opponent. Continue reading “UNITED CITY ARE PHILIPPINES SOCCER KINGS”