MANILA, Philippines—Basketball icons for Leni Robredo.
PBA legends Olsen Racela, Johnny Abarrientos and Jojo Lastimosa and coaches Yeng Guiao and Chot Reyes have endorsed Robredo in her presidential bid for the 2022 elections on Might 9.
Guiao along with former PBA stalwarts turned coaches expressed their assist for the incumbent Vice President in a video posted on Sunday.
“In basketball, you’ll be able to’t be sluggish. You need to act quick and keep alert,” stated the NLEX coach in Filipino. “(We) want a frontrunner who’s all the time there and can’t be disintegrated by no matter faux information.”
“We’re from completely different groups. However in terms of the nation, we’re one,” he added.
Racela, who’s at present teaching Far Jap College within the UAAP, stated monitor file is necessary.
“In basketball, you’ll be able to’t be absent in coaching and video games. You present up in probably the most troublesome instances,” stated the previous San Miguel Beermen. “A frontrunner’s excellence and power can’t be measured by gender however by his or her monitor file.”
Former Alaska teammates Abarrientos and Lastimosa encourage the Filipino folks to face with Robredo.
“We’re encouraging you to face up for Leni Robredo,” Abarrientos stated.
Lastimosa added: “We’re one for the nation and we’re one in selecting a president who can elevate up our lives.”
On Tuesday, Gilas Pilipinas and TNT coach Reyes additionally endorsed Robredo on his Instagram, channeling the nationwide crew’s battlecry: ‘Laban Pilipinas! Puso!’
“The sport just isn’t but over. We’re right down to the final two minutes with no timeout so we want teamwork. Let’s assist one another in taking delight in the entire world that we’re Filipinos,” Reyes stated in Filipino.
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