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Palace won’t change decision – Ramirez

Palace won’t change decision – Ramirez

The failure of the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) to explain and justify disbursements amounting to P27 million and its unresolved spending woes stretching back 12 years ago are reasons why Malacañang has decided not to proceed with Manila’s hosting of the 2019 Southeast Asian Games.

POC not giving up on hosting

The Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) is not giving up on the country’s bid to host the 2019 Southeast Asian Games and POC president Jose ‘Peping’ Cojuangco feels he has what it takes to convince Malacañang to have a change of heart.

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So far, so good for PH belles

The Philippine women’s volleyball team checked into this bustling Japanese city Tuesday, armed with the burning desire to improve its game and bring the country back to international prominence.

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It’s embarrassing to cancel hosting

The Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) stands to lose its face before the Southeast Asian Games Federation Council owing to the sudden decision of the government to pull out of its hosting of the 2019 SEAG in light of the Mindanao crisis.

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AJ boosts SEAG prep with 2 titles

Alberto “AJ” Lim, Jr. boosted his Kuala Lumpur SEA Games buildup with two impressive wins in the United States.

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POC to make stand after special meeting

The Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) said yesterday that it needs to feel the pulse of the heads of national sports associations (NSAs) before making its stand in the wake of Malacañang’s announcement that it will no longer proceed with the hosting of the 2019 SEA Games.

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