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    Friday, July 8, 2011

    Chris Greatwhich Refused to Play for Azkals against Kuwait 1st Leg




    Photo from Inquirer.net

    July 8, 2011— The Azkals will not have Stephen Shrock and Aly Boromeo in their 1st leg match against Kuwait on July 23. They are looking to get Chris Greatwich. Initially he was available but upon looking at his schedule it appeared that he'll not be able to play for his country because of prior commitments. He said that he accepted a coaching job and other football club commitments in the United States of America. Those were scheduled prior to the Azkals' invitation.

    Chris Greatwich is a certified scorer. He scored two goals for the Azkals in the Suzuki Cup. He could have been a valuable asset for the Azkals especially that Shrock and Boromeo will be out. They really need a player like Chris when they clash against one of the top teams in the Middle East, Kuwait.

    Chris Greatwich however said that he's not destroying any bridge, it's just his schedule that prevented him from playing for the Azkals. He said that he'll play for the team some other time if he's already free. Here's what he completely said:

    “Please keep me in mind for future tournaments. I’m frustrated with missing so many games but I fully intend to join the squad as soon as possible.”

    2 comments:

    wek said...

    in times like this... (especially when its a courtesy call) u have to stand for your country rather to any prior commitments...

    buHHHHHhhhHH....

    Anonymous said...

    Perhaps the editor should CHANGE the title of this article... if you read the content, he did not refuse...

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