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Wednesday, July 26, 2023

Herstory Made, PH Women's Football Team Scores First Goal and Win in FIFA World Cup

Image courtesy of Twitter: PilipinasWNFT


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  1. Alot are asking if they are even Filipinos? So what?! Mas Filipino pa sila sa iba dyan. And they are proud representing our country. And Mas dapat mapasin kesa sa male counterpart nila. Hindi puro hype

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    1. Lol
      Eh kasi Di naman mga itsurang Pilipino

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    2. Dami mo alam. Hnd yan ang punto. Andaming my potential na true blood pinoy pero nevermind d mo maintidhan. Haha

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    3. May nga dugong Pinoy majority, nanay or tatay ay mga Pinoy pero lahat sila laki sa ibang bansa.

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    4. Si Sarina at Liv player na sila sa ibang bansa before pero nang mag build ang Pinas ng group, nag switch sila agad sa Pinas dahil gusto nila represent ang country.

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    5. True. Check rin ng nga bashers yung ibang National Teams. Most of their players are mixed blood din. Konti lang ang masasabing their players are born and raised in their respective countries. Wag lang basta maka bash, mag research din.

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    6. This team needs our support instead of bashing. We are underdogs and they are trying their best to bring honour to Philippines. Kung pano tyo magsupport beauty pageants kahit mixed blood din naman mga pinapadala naten, ganun din dapat sa sports.

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  2. grabe to, i got ghost bumps. nagsisigaw ako mag isa sa bahay hahaha! congrats, filipinas! special mention sarina bolden, sara e and of course mcdaniel. grabe na super pagoda sya sa dami ng attempts ng nz. basta good job sila lahat! on to the next!

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    1. Goosebumps po

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    2. Ghost bumps. LOL

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    3. "ghost bumps" HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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    4. Hahaha grabe ka sa ghost bumps besh

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  3. Hindi naman Pinoy ang mga players

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    1. So di ka rin pinoy. Tingin mo pure pinoy ka 11.37? Baka di mo alam wala na purong Pinoy sa dami sumakop sa atin wala na purong pinoy at yung mga ancestors natin is malay na galing Indonesia. Grabe ka sa mga half kinikilala naman sila Pilipino ayon sa batas.

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    2. So Ano sila?

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    3. Years ago, Bolden was offered an opportunity to play sa US but she chose the Philippines. Unlike you siguro, makatungtong lang sa ibang bansa baka di na bumalik.

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    4. Si Akiko Thompson nga, not an ounce of Pinoy blood in her but she is widely known as a Filipina.

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    5. Ganyan di ba comment mo ke Wesley So representing the US? Di naman sya amerikano, ganun?

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    6. 11:37 ingrata naman nito, ni represent na nga bansa mo eh, fyi half pinoy sila.

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    7. Girl ngayon ko lang nalaman hindi pala half pinay si akiko thompson?

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    8. Ako din, 11.55. Napagoogle ako bigla. Tingan mo nga yun, foreign blood pero proud to represent and be called a Filipino. Siguro naman may ganun din kahit papaano sa mga Filipinas players.

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    9. @11:55 Gillian Akiko Nakamura Thomson was born on October 8, 1974 in Washington, D.C. in the United States.The youngest of three children, Akiko was born to a Japanese mother from Hiroshima, Hiroko Nakamura and American father, James Marsh Thomson.

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    10. Akiko grew up in the Philippines so understandable mahal niya ang Pilipinas.

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  4. Wow! Congratulations πŸΎπŸŽˆπŸŽŠπŸŽ‰

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  5. Atleast hindi political. Unlike sa basketball at volleyball atbp

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    1. true ka jan. ansaya ko para sa WNFT natin. Hindi hype pero they can deliver. Yung iba supported with trainings abroad pa pero pagdating sa totoong competition wala pa rin. Congrats Girls!

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  6. Wait what? Mga Filipina yan sila?! Walang bakas hehe Congrats wohoo

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    1. same thought!!

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    2. may qualification ba na may pinoy blood pag sumali sa pilipinas team?

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    3. Baka half sila

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    4. Mga naturalize hindi siguro makapaglaro sa bansa nila kaya dito umeeksena

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    5. They wouldn't qualify if they weren't. Isip isip

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    6. They're half Filipinos.

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    7. Mag research po kayo. Mabilis lang naman. May nagsabi pang umeeksena. Reeks with too much bitterness and negativitiy di na lang maging masaya.

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    8. Talaga ba? Hindi sila papalaruin nyan kung wala silang lahi ng Pinoy. Mga nanay o tatay nila ang Pinoy. FYI, iba sa kanila dyan may mga clubs na nilalaro kung saang bansa sila naninirahan. Pinili nila na lumaro para sa Pilipinas. Naku mga commenters rito, mga utak talangka talaga.

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    9. Half Filipinos po majority sa kanila, although hindi sila lumaki sa Pilipinas, puro sa US, Australia, etc...

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    10. Sad, athletes woth Fil blood who didnt qualify for the US-Australian Team will then represent then Represent the Phils and declare they are proud to be Pinoys.happens a lot during olympics

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  7. Ayaw ko magtanong
    I just want to congratulate them na lang
    At least champion sila
    Yung men's football team natin sama mo pa basketball waley e sana ma cover sila ng media natin lalo

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  8. Naku matutulad lang yan sa Azkals puro hype tapos waley na

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    1. Mas malayo na ang narating nila kesa sa azkals

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    2. Frenny, yun Azkals ni hndi makausad sa qualifiers kaya nawaley. Just so you know, these girls are already in THE FIFA WORLD CUP.

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    3. Baks world cup na yan. A feat na di natin kailanman na-achieve lol

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    4. Yung world cup ay pinnacle na ng football. Hindi sila waley. Also, these girls have benn signed to clubs outside of the Philippines dahil magaling talaga sila (europe, australia, and asia).

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    5. Yung Basketball players nga natin ilang taon ng puro puso, nganga nman. Lol

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  9. They are all at least half-Filipinos in their genes and cultural upbringing. The team was built up with no support from the Philippine government but mostly from support in the US. As a mom of halfies, my sons grew up very aware of their Filipino roots although they were born & bred here in the US (with a European dad). They grew up knowing & appreciating their Filipino side of the family, eating puto, hopia, sinigang, etc. Call their aunts & uncles, & my friends Titas & Titos. Half Filipinos in their souls. Just like the Philippine team.

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    1. Tama! At pinili nila na maglaro rito para sa bayan. Ang layo na nga narating nila. Marami ang sumubok na dati pero di umabot sa stage na inabot ng mga Filipinas ngayon.

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  10. Congratulations!!! Keep going!

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  11. All if them are half-fil. I heard from an interview of their team managet, almost 0 funds from the govt. After nilang nanalo sa sea games, puro galing private effort na ang funding njla esp during training for world cup

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  12. They all have Filipino blood. They are proud to be Filipino, playing for the Philippines and They are making our country proud. That's what matter.

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  13. kung inaangkin at pinagbubunyi natin ang mga halfies (at 1/4s and 1/8s) sa hollywood, bakit hindi itong mga halfies or abroad-raised pinays na piniling maglaro at i-represent ang bansa natin when they have other lucrative opportunities elsewhere? some of them have contracts in europe, japan, australia etc. yet they're here. may magulang silang pinoy, let's not take that away from them. and look where they have taken us. kahit one-off lang, nasa history books na ito, tayo.

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  14. 1:02 same with my kids, eventhough they get bullied by some Pinoys kasi they're "half bred" I always tell them to still be proud of their roots.

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  15. They all have some Filipino blood or else they can’t play for our country. Kung makahusga kayo pero panay ang root nyo sa NBA teams nyo while these girls work hard to represent us.

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    1. True. Bakit walang mga ganyang comments sa lineup ng gilas smh

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    2. Required na lahat sila ay Philippine passport holders. Dual citizens ang mga yan.

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    3. Mga talangka tlaga. Hello, Gilas at Azkals nga may mga import din lagi pang talo. Puro puso pero OLATS. πŸ˜‚

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    4. Ang difference these half Pinoys have foreign exposure. Itong Gilas most of the players PBA lang ang exposure. Paano ka gagaling kung kayo kayo lang naglalaro. Level of basketball play sa atin mababa.

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  16. As usual it's the women again bringing glory to the Philippines. I hope this encourages cultivating home grown talents. As much as I appreciate these half Pinoys paano naman yung taga atin wala ng chance kasi walang exposure walang funding walang opportunities.

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    1. May funds yan pero nasa pwesto na ang pera. Lol, aasahan mo sa Pinas eh kurakot ang laging inuuna.

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  17. They are proud of their heritage naman. They have one parent or grandparent na Filipino.

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  18. Ang daming nagmamarunong sa comments. Please read about them before making dumb comments. Yes, 18 out of the 23 players were born in the US but they all have Filipino blood. Miss Universe nga puro half din di ba. These players still chose to play for the Philippines so we should congratulate and thank them for giving pride to the Philippines. First ever World Cup and first win! Hirap talaga sa mga Pilipino na di maging negative.

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    1. Mas proud pa sila dyan sa Ms U eh mga mahihirap lang na countries ang may paki dyan. Yang Football all over the world ang kasikatan kapag magaling ka. Parang Mbappe lang may rumor na €700 million ang contract nya sa Middle East if ever magchange team sya. May pera dyan except sa Pilipinas. πŸ˜‚

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  19. Grabe ang galing!! Lalo yung fielder jusko lampas 10 yata naharang nya!!! πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­ gantong mga sports sana nilalagyan ng budget. Puro basketball eh kulang naman sa height mga players natin dun. Pag tinabi sa mga foreigners.

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    1. Diba? Dito pa sila mag concentrated kasi may laban tlaga tayo. Look at Messi hindi nman yun 6footer pero GOAT.

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  20. Jusme ang tagal na ng Football program sa Pinas pero wala parin homegrown players. Sa bagay hindi talaga Football country ang Pinas kaya waley talaga.

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  21. Grabe nag iiyak ako and napasigaw when the goal was made and nung natapos yung game. Historic win. Hoping football gets bigger sa Pinas. Been playing football since I was a kid and pahirapan talaga to get support. Now that I'm past my competitive years, traveling to NZ to watch these girls final group game coz I know how much support means to athletes like them.

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  22. I was there last night at Sky Stadium with my Kiwi husband and 6yo son. Grabe proud Pinoy moment to snatch the game away from the host country Philippines was the underdog in a sell out match but they managed to hold their nerves and defend their lead. Wish we have more Pinoy athletes we can be proud of in such a big sporting stage like wirld cup.

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  23. Sabi nga ng news hope this would make the PH focus on soccer and govt support. Para magkaroon ng local talents. Ph loves the 3 Bs Basketball, Boxing and Beauty Pageants.

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    1. Yes.. tigilan na basketball dahil wala talaga tayo laban dyan. Troot

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    2. Baseball din sana please

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  24. Softball din! Wagi ang Pinays. Buhat-buhat na naman ng mga babae ang Pilipinas. Sarap lang isampal sa.ex-Pres yung sucess nila

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