Monday, October 25, 2010


Published in Sun Star Newspaper on Oct. 25, 2010 Monday issue
by Mike Limpag, Columnist-FairPlay & Sports Editor

...Tanya Chica, one of the prime movers of the inter-call center football tournaments, lauds the move, which also recognizes the strength of call center football.

“The BPO football community has been waiting for organizers to creat ea division for us,” she said in a text message. “If one puts up a CC division, you’re guaranteed at least 10 seven-a-side teams—Convergys, Sykes, Aegis, Qualfon, NCR, Tsuneishi, Stream, WiPro, Teletech and Calltek.”...

FUTSAL. By the way, speaking of neglected football sector, women’s college football is one of them. It’s a chicken-and-egg thing: Schools won’t put up women’s teams because there’s no tournament and there are no tournaments because there are no women’s teams.

To break the impasse, maybe Cesafi can start with futsal? At most, you only need 10 players and high school senior players, who sometimes outnumber their college counterparts, can compete with the college level?... Read more

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