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first_imgCeres Negros chair Leo Ray Yanson hoists the inaugural PFL trophy with matriarch Olivia V. Yanson, who is an avid supporter of the team, looking on. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOBACOLOD CITY—The uncertainty surrounding the future of club football in the Philippines has not stopped reigning Philippines Football League champion Ceres Negros from staying true to its mission of raising the country’s football stock internationally.With club football in the country at the crossroads following the pullout of several clubs over the past year and the Philippine Premier League yet to be launched, the Busmen are focusing on bigger goals next year.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption Road to redemptionIt’s the same feeling a couple of years ago when they missed out on the United Football League title. After that disappointing campaign, the Busmen went on to their so-called road to redemption, taking the AFC Cup by storm.“We’re always looking to improve,” says Yanson. “When we first started Ceres, we knew that it would take a lot of hard work and resources to reach the level we are now and stay at that level.”Yanson has established close ties with players like Stephan Schrock, Martin Steuble, Manny and Mike Ott, Patrick Reichelt, who, in truth, can play in the top leagues in Southeast Asia, but have opted to stay on with the club as Ceres carries the Philippine flag in AFC competitions.Half the storyADVERTISEMENT Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum “We love representing Negros, we love playing at Panaad,” says Schrock. “We have an owner who really looks after us and who consider a great friend off the pitch.”But results on the pitch are just half the story for Ceres. With the AFC Champions League match against Yangon United set to be played at Panaad Stadium on Feb. 5, the club is bracing for another hosting job.Teams in tournaments of this magnitude subject themselves to strict AFC International Standards with sanctions and fines meted if those are not met.“It was quite an experience for us because we really just had to learn along the way,” says club administrator Nicolas Golez, who spearheads the local organizing committee for local matches.“We try our best to make sure that the pitch is in the best condition and improving the lighting at Panaad. It was worth all the hard work when we saw the big crowds for the matches.”Giving back to fansThrough it all, though, the club has allowed fans free admission to matches, despite all the hard work and the money that is being spent in every international tournament.It is Yanson’s way of giving back to the fans for the support and his effort to nurture the Negrense fans love and passion for the Beautiful Game.“I just want the city and the province to be recognized internationally for football,” he says.“Of course it’s all worth it. To tell you the truth, we are humbled by our results because it’s not easy. We are committed to be the best club that we can be.” Pagdanganan, Dy rule nat’l doubles Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:34Monsey stabbing witness says he ‘threw coffee table’ at suspect02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew “We’re closely following the situation in the league, but we just can’t wait what happens there,” says Ceres club chair Leorey Yanson, who has used his personal resources to make sure the club runs smoothly and is up to standard when it stages its home matches.“We have a big responsibility to do well in the AFC Champions League and maybe in the AFC Cup. We just can’t let our guard down so we really have to prepare well for these very important tournaments.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissAfter a stellar year in 2017 when they bagged the AFC Cup Asean zone title and became the first PFL champion, the Busmen started this year with a stunning run in the AFC Champions League that was only halted by Chinese powerhouse Tianjin Quanjian.A return to the AFC Cup Asean zone final, where they lost to Singapore’s Home United, left the Busmen even hungrier and more determined than ever heading into the new season. 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first_img“Other added benefits of removing VRT include a modernising of the cars on Irish roads way beyond what the Scrappage scheme could hope to achieve, improving road safety, reducing carbon emissions, and increasing the tax take through increased PRSI/PAYE contributions, as jobs in the industry grow.“Financing on purchasing a vehicle would be lower by around 25% as currently anyone buying an Irish registered vehicle on finance is actually paying stealth interest on a tax, as VRT is included in the price. “There are many more benefits, but the public have to get rid of the stigma that what I am trying to do is only for ‘northern’ drivers. As you can see, the plan will benefit the country and its people as a whole, and I need everyone’s support to get this through.”* Is Ryan Stewart right? Or is he just plain wrong? Have your say via the Contact button.STEWART: CAR INDUSTRY HERE WOULD BENEFIT FROM SCRAPPING VRT was last modified: January 7th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) “The question I often get asked is ‘How can car sales go up, yet VRT remains low?’ and the answer is simple. The Scrappage Scheme is a waiver of VRT, and this waiver has actually proven the points I have put forward – make cars cheaper, and people buy more cars! If it was completely removed, the level of new car sales would return to the good days of 2003-2006. “The end result is that employment would not only be protected, but stimulated, given the demand for new cars under the new regime. Had the Scrappage Scheme not been extended on December 8th, the industry would have ground to a halt immediately.“The same will happen on June 30th 2011, if the Scrappage Scheme is stalled, however the damage will be less, as most new car sales occur in the first six months of the year. But the motor industry has no solution, and it may be a bitter pill to swallow to get rid of VRT as it will have offered protection in the form of a trade barrier until now.“The industry and the people should support this plan; otherwise by the end of 2011, it will have a very bleak future. As far as exchequer returns are concerned, increased VAT, the recent fuel price rise, the other smaller parts of the plan, and the number of people currently driving foreign registered cars, who could then re-register at no extra cost, but pay Irish motor tax, would buoy the tax take considerably.“Currently those driving foreign registered cars pay UK road tax, they can have no sympathy if they continue to do this after VRT is removed, but by moving to a usage based tax, I have also looked at reducing the road tax we pay here, so this should be an incentive for everyone.center_img ANTI-VRT campaigner Ryan Stewart has slammed the government again, accusing them of failing to listen to reasoned arguments on scrapping the hated tax.And he says the government should scrap its Scrappage Scheme – and scrap VRT instead!“Despite the introduction of the Scrappage Scheme last year, 52 dealers closed their doors in 2010, an average of one dealer a week, despite a rise in new car sales of 24% on 2009,” said Stewart today. The campaigner – a candidate in Donegal North East in the March general election – insists: “At the basic unit cost, new cars would actually be cheaper in the Republic if the tax is removed. The fear the dealerships have is of devaluation of their current used stock, and removing VRT does have a knock on effect that used cars would depreciate in value.“This is obviously bad for the dealerships, but good for the car buying public. However the plan I published over six months ago would negate this depreciation to the dealerships by offering €300 million euro from the net gain in additional revenue, part of which has already been implemented by the Department of Finance in the recent budget.“This would ‘bail out’ the dealerships for over €1 billion worth of stock on a sale-by-sale basis. The exodus the industry fears will not materialise and they would be compensated for the devaluation in stock.“I had put it to the Minister for Finance over six months ago, that to contribute to the removal of VRT, 2 cent on diesel and 4 cent on petrol would be accepted by the public. The research was carried out and costed by myself, and in the recent budget, this exact duty rise was implemented, yet VRT remains. “There are other less imposing elements of the plan which remain to be implemented. The total revenue take to the exchequer would be approximately €550-€600 million. VRT was forecast to bring in €350 million in 2010, despite the increase in new car sales. The excess increase in the first year would be used to float the used car market.last_img read more

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first_img Xabi Alonso Too bad you’re not allow to score from off the pitch, eh @XabiAlonso? 😉 #S04FCB https://t.co/WbHZbzAmCU— FC Bayern English (@FCBayernEN) November 21, 2015 We all know Xabi Alonso has a penchant for outrageous goals.The Spanish midfielder scored twice from his own half in his Liverpool days while he is one of the most deadly set piece experts in the game.But the 33-year-old may have outdone himself in Bayern Munich training.Watch the magical moment below:center_img 1last_img

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