Childish Bedans; lost Man Com

26 08 2007

It is too harsh to currently judge the oldest collegiate league.

Not for the sake of giant-TV network ABS CBN, but for all the people that support the league in thier lifetime. It doesn’t even come close.

I know most of you will not like this piece, but this is how i see it and my point of view right now regarding some issues especially on Yousif Aljamal, my favorite San Beda player who was picked No. 8 by Air21, and also my favorite team in the PBA.

All the negative issues surrounding the NCAA right now came from one source – San Beda’s decision to use a 72 hour TRO (Temporary Restraining Order) to block the Management Committee from suspending Aljamal.

Some of you will not like this but this is true.

I understand most of you… Most of you do not want to see the Red Lions playing without Aljamal, a 6-foot-4 forward blessed by a sleek perimeter touch and uncanny leadership.

For me, San Beda can still defend its title even without Aljamal. San Beda’s roster is deep and has many weapons. I’m referring to Dave Marcelo, Bam Gamalinda, Roger Menor and Raymond Maggay.

These guys are capable of taking over Aljamal’s absence.

Anyway, from my observation last week, the TRO is not the best option. But patience. I’m hoping San Beda will learn from this because being a Benedictine learning organization: Patience is a virtue. There are also rumors San Beda will bolt out of NCAA but I don’t think this is even true.

The NCAA Policy Board, on the other hand, had reduced the penalty on Aljamal if ever there was no TRO. The revised penalty will only be a three game suspension and will no longer be the remainder of the season.

But San Beda, fielded renowned lawyers that refused to accept the suspension, and instead, it filed for a TRO.

For Man Com officials, they were lost and confused over the weekend especially chairman Paul Supan. They didn’t know how to react on certain reports and scenarios that had transpired.

Speaking of scenarios, an off-court wrestling-punching-kicking or lets just plainly say – fighting -almost happened between Jose Rizal University Coach Ariel Vanguardia and San Beda Frankie Lim last August 21.

They almost went berserk in the corridor… Just like John Cena and Randy Orton of WWE, but the two aren’t wrestlers but coaches.

The Man Com sent a stern warning to both coaches. If they do it again they’ll be automatically suspended.

Frankie said: “I’m just protecting my players.”

Ariel said: “he bumped me, he bumped me.”

Aside from the Lim-Vanguardia tussle, two pretty usherettes have filed for acts of lasciviousness against a diehard San Beda alumnus. The two pretty ladies claimed they were sexually harassed by this person.

And Mr. Paul (Supan) came to their aid.

Anyway, let us hope that the NCAA can overcome these challenges hurled at the league the past week.

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26 08 2007
Ramirez

Your article would have made more sense if it had a relevant title. Are you saying that Bedans are childish because of taking the issue to court? Or are you referring to that one Bedan who allegedly harassed those usherettes?
Second, your claim that all the negative issues surrounding the NCAA came from that TRO. Please revisit this because the SBC-NCAA fracas is just one issue. When the press talks about the controversies surrounding the league that includes the PCU suspension and the Paolo Orbeta case.

26 08 2007
who's childish

are you stupid? what a miserable writer. heads up for the bias bro

26 08 2007
procopio

the writer is so stupid and bias. you better plant camote in your province than be a writer.. i pity you.

26 08 2007
no one

i told this josef ramos is so biased… lahat ata naman ng writer dito sobrang halata kung kanino sila pumapanig… malayo mararating nyo as journalist… basta lang may masulat na article..

parang naaging tabloid na itong inboundpaSS…kaya nakakatamad na din mag acceess dito..

26 08 2007
USHER

TO Josef,,
alamin mo muna ang nangyari bago ka mag salita dito sa article.. para kang chismoso sa mga article mo e.. reliable source ba talaga yan o chismiss lng.. para ka ng boy abunda nyan e,, puro chismiss..

26 08 2007
TheTruth

The truth hurts.

With the way you call Josef stupid you are acting childish.

—————————————————————————–

Josef, you have so many unfair presumptions, i.e.: Bedans filed TRO because most of them do not want to see the Red Lions playing without Aljamal; Bedans are impatient regarding the issue. But the truth of the matter is the MANCOM really conspired, proven by their overt acts, to suspend the star player of San Beda in its game against JRU, Letran, and even the playoffs.

Exhibit A.

Aug.8-MACOM rendered its decision “unanimously” (my god, do they even know what unanimous means? when in truth, and in fact San Beda didn’s vote in favor of the suspension of aljamal?)

Aug.19-Aljamal Drafted

Aug.21-San Beda received the suspension letter.

Aug.22-JRU vs SBC

Where the hell is due process? With that in mind, San Beda seek the help of the RTC.

If you call upholding due process as childish, then that would be unfair.

26 08 2007
Timeline

August 8 – A decision to ban Aljamal was already made.

August 21 – The letter was receved by San Beda.

What happened during the period of August 8 to August 21?

The PBA Rookie Camp an Draft.

Nice Storyline. Even prior to the said infractions, Aljamal was already suspended.

Mr. Ramos, pursue this. Why was Aljamal already suspended even before the PBA draft?

26 08 2007
Timeline

Even prior to the supposed violations, a decision by ManCom was already made.

Mr. Ramos, pursue this storyline will you.

26 08 2007
Timeline

Next will be the NBI who will investigate if it was true that Coach Vanguardia ordered his players to physically hurt the Red Lions.

This is a tip, Mr. Ramos.

Pursue this. Investigate this. A better story than this one.

26 08 2007
Timeline

Mr. Ramos. The NBI.

That’s a good story to investigate.

Thank you.

26 08 2007
Timeline

The SUSPENSION (August 8)came even before the claimed VIOLATIONS.

Nice story. Pursue this. Then your credibility might still be salvaged.

Inboundpass? Guys, this is a tabloid like Pinoy Exchange.

26 08 2007
kobe08881

well, totoo na pwdeng manalo ang san beda kahit wala si aljamal… pero kung isususpend siya ng 3 games, kahit di naman mabigat yung ginawa nya pagsali sa pba, di rin makatarungan ang suspendihin sa kanya…

26 08 2007
nash

dapat kase bigyan ng manual ang mga players ng NCAA para malaman ang mga rules…. still, ManCom pa rin may kasalanan…

26 08 2007
lebrown

tama lang yan.. para mabawasan yabang ng mga taga san beda hehehe….

job well done dre….

masmasarap basahin ang tabloid kesa broad sheet hehehehe

26 08 2007
philstar

why do you rely with rumors??!! da heck,, ano to tabloid??? para akong nagbabasa ng tiktik

So much with Josef’s cadibility..

26 08 2007
000000

siguro may contest ang mga journalist dito noh?

paramihan kayo na magpost ng article. Kahit ano nalang basta lang may masulat.

pinoyexchange na pinoyexchange talaga.

26 08 2007
Gider

Mr. Ramos,
When did you wrote your piece regarding childish beans? August 8 also? San Bed Red Lions can play without aljamal, if San Beda or Aljamal were guilty of any rule infactions, but there is non, that is the point not protecting back to back aspiration. We can rise up above basketball but not on the expense of our honor and dignity, in accepting the punishment on a fictional infraction is something We bedans can never swallow, we will fight in the end to prove that we played clean and fair unlike other teams we know. In bringing the matter to court it gives all party to have a fair chance in presenting evedence, so i ask you what is childish about that? I just hope your not part of the Aug 8 movement for the way your article was written it betrays the intention. And by the way have you seen the game vs JRU? did you saw how escobal, ekwe and menor was handled by the thugs in yellow?

Hey you know whats childish? saying that when a player wears a shorts and rubbershoes and dribbles a ball that is a game, wow what a joker! And lastly bringing this thing to court is a better act than doing a cover up at least now everything is out in the open.

26 08 2007
Timeline

Again, again.

August 8 – A decision to ban Aljamal was already made.

August 21 – The letter was receved by San Beda.

What happened during the period of August 8 to August 21?

The PBA Rookie Camp and Draft.

Nice Storyline. Even prior to the allegedinfractions, Aljamal was already suspended.

Mr. Ramos, pursue this. Why was Aljamal already suspended even before the PBA draft?

26 08 2007
Timeline

Again again.

Read and compare the articles. Read and learn Mr. Ramos.

PLAYING FAIR

By Ronnie Nathanielsz
ManilaStandardToday.com
24 August 2007

WHEN we switched to Studio 23 to watch the San Beda-Jose Rizal University game last Tuesday, we were pleasantly surprised to see Red Lion’s hotshot Yousif Aljamal in action since the league’s so-called management committee had banned him for the rest of the season.

The reasons cited was Aljamal’s failure to inform the Mancom of his entry into the Philippine Basketball Association Annual Draft and apparently for his participation in games, which were part of the Rookie Camp activities.

For a moment, we thought that good sense had prevailed and the National Collegiate Athletic Association realized its mistake and let the young man play. Instead, it turned out that San Beda obtained a Temporary Restraining Order, which enabled Aljamal to play in what was a crucial game to Jose Rizal University in its bid to earn a place in the Final Four.

To begin with, the attempt by management committees or boards of governors to interfere in the operations of any leagues goes against the grain of ensuring fairness and integrity, since team owners or their representatives obviously have partisan and selfish interests to protect. This is true of the PBA, PBL, UAAP, NCAA or any other league for that matter. That is why the leagues appoint commissioners, who are presumably fair-minded individuals, who don’t favor any team and have no particular interests other than the good of the league as a whole.

“Think League” was the cry of the late, well-loved PBA commissioner Jun Bernardino, who followed the path of independence and fairness, which were espoused by his eminent predecessors and mentors Leo Prieto and Rudy Salud.

The fact that JRU, the host of this year’s NCAA, was playing San Beda in a game that meant so much to them and stood to benefit from the ban on Aljamal made a mockery of the concept of fairness and sportsmanship that we presume is inculcated in the youth by our educational institutions. Whether JRU influenced the Mancom or not is immaterial, because whether they like it not, it looked in very poor taste. Besides, it didn’t speak well of the NCAA itself especially since Aljamal was a key player and proved it beyond doubt in Tuesday’s (sic) game.

The resort to the courts as a means of obtaining justice in a sporting environment runs counter to the very essence of the philosophy that games should be won or lost on the hardcourt or the playing field and never in board rooms, where personal interests override the good of the league. Beyond that, it sets a disturbing trend that all genuine lovers of sport should guard against.

Of course, San Beda was left with no choice but to seek redress in the courts for what seemed like a terrible injustice both to the team and the player by the NCAA management committee, which should, in the first place, merely set the goals and the guidelines and allow its commissioner to run the league and decide on issues of eligibility, violation of rules, etc.

Aljamal had an inherent right to join the PBA Draft and there is no earthly reason why he should have been severely penalized for not informing the NCAA other than it being an act of courtesy. That he played in the Rookie Camp games as a basis for the disqualification rings hollow. The games were not part of a sanctioned tournament and was merely an attempt to size up the skills of the amateur players in the draft.

In the end, Aljamal played, San Beda won as expected despite a pathetic effort of JRU to play dirty at times, which incurred the ire of coach Frankie Lim, and JRU was embarrassed, not so much because they lost but how they tried to win.
http://www.manilastandardtoday.com/?…ts8_aug24_2007

26 08 2007
Timeline

Ronnie makes Mr. Ramos look like tabloid writer. I guess this is really PEX after all.

Mr. Ramos, the NBI might be coming. Warn JRU and the co-conspirators.

26 08 2007
Timeline

Ronnie makes Mr. Ramos look a like tabloid writer. I guess this is really PEX after all.

Mr. Ramos, the NBI might be coming. Warn JRU and the co-conspirators.

Again , again.

Timeline:

August 8 – A decision to ban Aljamal was already made.

August 21 – The letter was receved by San Beda.

What happened during the period of August 8 to August 21?

The PBA Rookie Camp and Draft.

Nice Storyline. Even prior to the alleged infractions, Aljamal was already suspended.

26 08 2007
mighty_lion

To the Author – Just by mere reading your article its so obvious that you did not do your research. San Beda management took the TRO option because because “time is of the essence.” We were caught off-guard. Just look at the timeline. Suggest you take a look at other points that you have missed:

1. Mancom even wanted SBC’s 8-1 standing (prior to JRU game) to be 0-9 because of Aljamal’s.
2. Care to know whos that Mancom high ranking official that spread the word that NCAA will just scrap Season 83. Oh by the way, he just eated those words the day after when ABS called their attention for possible consequences.
3. Try to ask how Supan answered in the courtroom when asked for the basis of suspension and discrepancies on the dates? Better yet try to ask Mancom themselves on the basis for suspension.
4. Have you seen the SBC-JRU game? The way hard fouls were given SBC players. There are at least 3 instances where JRU players attempted to injure the arms of Ekwe, Aljamal and Menor. All done in the same form, grabbing one of thier arms when they are jumping for rebounds.

Now, who’s childish then?

San Beda took the case to the court for clarity and justice. Our stand on this was there was a conspiracy that transpired. Just wait for the next few days to see who the real culprits are.

Lastly, try to learn responsible journalism and dont take Pex seriously.

The Truth – You better know the meaning of the real truth before you speak. Why some of these brothers of mine are reacting in such way is because they know more information and standing at better ground to conclude than the Author. Try to ask that question of yours to the NCAA Mancom.

26 08 2007
atom

tabloid writer….

tinimbang ka- ngunit kulang…

di inabot ng isip.

26 08 2007
atom

mr. ramos,
you obviously do not know us bedans….

di kami nakakalimot….and we will forever remember you….wait and see.

26 08 2007
TheTruth

THE TRUTH HURTS.

KARMA NA YAN SA RECTOR NIYONG KALBO(PANOT PALA) MGA BEDISTA.

TINANGGALAN NIYO NA PALA MGA ESTUDYANTE NIYO NG MAGNA CARTA.
MGA TAO KAYO NG INJUSTICE KAYA INJUSTICE DIN NABABAGAY SA INYO!

26 08 2007
TheTruth

Rector of Beda declared your magna carta for students (student rights) invalid.

Sabi nga ng kaibigan ko San Beda Yellow Lions na kayo eh. Dahil pang SM daw uniporme niyo. Wahahaha. Nasaktan daw sila sa ginawa ng rector niyong panot.

THAT’S KARMA FOR THE BENEDICTINES.

The Truth HURTS.

27 08 2007
Jayvee

What’s happening in the NCAA is just saddening.

27 08 2007
josef ramos

Guys I’m expecting these harsh reactions from you and I’m not countering.

But I’m here to explain.

It seems that you totally love San Beda because most of you are alumnus of the school.

I really understand that.

You can judge me anything you want… But this is my observation. I don’t care what Ronnie says…

I’m not blaming San Beda for this mess. You are right this is only one issue.

I know Man Com made a mistake — because they wanted to suspend Aljamal for the rest of the season.

But the Policy Board reduced it to three games which you are claiming still wrong.

For San Beda, you cannot deny that you didn’t commit mistake in this issue.

San Beda’s TRO came first before the NCAA decision, right? I’m sure you know this.

Anyway, I’m against to JRU’s five flagrant fouls that’s too much…

Thanks for your suggestions and comments

27 08 2007
atom

The truth,

We did not cheat and that’s the TRUTH… JRU has been planning to cheat with Supan on the lead….indeed, a pathtic attempt.

The courts are there to protect the rights of individuals and parties….expecially in times of conspiracy and abuse of power…

We could have not gotten the TRO extension if there was no merit. You should have seen Mr. Supan when he was on the witness stand…. mukhang GUILTY!!

Mr. Ramos,
Try to be more careful with your articles next time…. They are not objective and your facts are not accurate. You can do better than that. We remember….

27 08 2007
christian

NIce of you Mr. Ramos to explain your side, and i’m sure all Bedans appreciated you doing that. But, still, there was no infraction on the part of Mr. Yousif Aljamal/San Beda College taking part on the PBA draft, what’s the rule prohibiting him? He even publicly admitted that he did not write a letter to the MANCOM knowing that there wasn’t any rule regarding that matter, and if there’s one, why wouldn’t he write in the first place?

Clearly, the MANCOM headed by JRU was waiting for Mr. Aljamal to be drafted, and lay their egghead sanction on him. Simple observation, they were waiting for Mr. Aljamal to commit a “mistake”, and then bang!

It seems that you totally love San Beda because most of you are alumnus of the school. – We do Mr. Ramos, that’s why we are moving heaven and earth to protect our school.

TheTruth, thank you very much and may you receive more blessings.

27 08 2007
lion

mr ramos sana nireview mo muna article mo. i have to agree on my fellow bedans. walang proven dun sa mga sinabi mo. hindi dapat nagsusulat agad hangat hindi p proven kasi maaring masira ang pangalan ng san beda sa mere chismiss lamang. and look on the other side bro. katakataka talaga ang desisyon nila. were not using any powers but were simply fighting for what is right. let aljamal play and if they want to beat us, beat us on the hard court not in those kind of actions. and san beda has contributed a lot to the ncaa so i think we deserve something better that what you have write.
we bedans are not childish..
we are just passionate on what we believe..
and what bedans beleive is right..

animo san beda!
lets prove to them what we are made of..
lets show them character..

27 08 2007
beda-ncaa

wag na mayabang mga bedans. wala naman kayo maipagmamayabang talaga eh.

27 08 2007
lion

that’s very non-sense o a comment from you beda-ncaa. were you born yesterday? or are you too blind to see?

27 08 2007
beda-ncaa

its just plain obvious, lion

27 08 2007
procopio

mr. josef ramos,

sana sa susunod ayusin mo yung mga pinagsusulat mo.. research naman tayo dyan at wag puro haka-haka lang. ayusin mo naman pre. di ka namin makakalimutan..

27 08 2007
procopio

amateur writer.. tsktsk.

27 08 2007
boozer

Why can’t MANCOM present the rule that was violated? Plain and simple. This could’ve been over if they have proof that we indeed violated a rule. Nakasulat ba sa NCAA rulebook? Wala naman diba? Mr. Atayde of MANCOM has been bragging on the Hardball episode about Yousif joining a tournament. Is the PBA draft camp considered a tournament?
Asking permission? Ano yun papaalam kang gumimik?

What has happened to MANCOM? I even thought that the NCAA has better board members as compared the UAAP. I was proved so wrong.

For those level-headed folks who are reading this, kindly read the series of events that transpired before Aljamal’s suspesion/disbarment from the NCAA. Then watch the replay of the San Beda – JRU game. Don’t you think that it’s so one sided?

So much for fair play.

And after all this brouhaha, San Beda pa ang naiipit.

27 08 2007
umpaumpaumpa

have you seen those usheretters that you’ve been buzzing about?please lang, they are not what you call pretty ladies. that’s just stupid of you if you’re telling us that you believe reports without evidences. now, that’s being childish

27 08 2007
sa

PLAYING FAIR

By Ronnie Nathanielsz
ManilaStandardToday.com
24 August 2007

WHEN we switched to Studio 23 to watch the San Beda-Jose Rizal University game last Tuesday, we were pleasantly surprised to see Red Lion’s hotshot Yousif Aljamal in action since the league’s so-called management committee had banned him for the rest of the season.

The reasons cited was Aljamal’s failure to inform the Mancom of his entry into the Philippine Basketball Association Annual Draft and apparently for his participation in games, which were part of the Rookie Camp activities.

For a moment, we thought that good sense had prevailed and the National Collegiate Athletic Association realized its mistake and let the young man play. Instead, it turned out that San Beda obtained a Temporary Restraining Order, which enabled Aljamal to play in what was a crucial game to Jose Rizal University in its bid to earn a place in the Final Four.

To begin with, the attempt by management committees or boards of governors to interfere in the operations of any leagues goes against the grain of ensuring fairness and integrity, since team owners or their representatives obviously have partisan and selfish interests to protect. This is true of the PBA, PBL, UAAP, NCAA or any other league for that matter. That is why the leagues appoint commissioners, who are presumably fair-minded individuals, who don’t favor any team and have no particular interests other than the good of the league as a whole.

“Think League” was the cry of the late, well-loved PBA commissioner Jun Bernardino, who followed the path of independence and fairness, which were espoused by his eminent predecessors and mentors Leo Prieto and Rudy Salud.

The fact that JRU, the host of this year’s NCAA, was playing San Beda in a game that meant so much to them and stood to benefit from the ban on Aljamal made a mockery of the concept of fairness and sportsmanship that we presume is inculcated in the youth by our educational institutions. Whether JRU influenced the Mancom or not is immaterial, because whether they like it not, it looked in very poor taste. Besides, it didn’t speak well of the NCAA itself especially since Aljamal was a key player and proved it beyond doubt in Tuesday’s (sic) game.

The resort to the courts as a means of obtaining justice in a sporting environment runs counter to the very essence of the philosophy that games should be won or lost on the hardcourt or the playing field and never in board rooms, where personal interests override the good of the league. Beyond that, it sets a disturbing trend that all genuine lovers of sport should guard against.

Of course, San Beda was left with no choice but to seek redress in the courts for what seemed like a terrible injustice both to the team and the player by the NCAA management committee, which should, in the first place, merely set the goals and the guidelines and allow its commissioner to run the league and decide on issues of eligibility, violation of rules, etc.

Aljamal had an inherent right to join the PBA Draft and there is no earthly reason why he should have been severely penalized for not informing the NCAA other than it being an act of courtesy. That he played in the Rookie Camp games as a basis for the disqualification rings hollow. The games were not part of a sanctioned tournament and was merely an attempt to size up the skills of the amateur players in the draft.

In the end, Aljamal played, San Beda won as expected despite a pathetic effort of JRU to play dirty at times, which incurred the ire of coach Frankie Lim, and JRU was embarrassed, not so much because they lost but how they tried to win.
http://www.manilastandardtoday.com/?…ts8_aug24_2007

STILL HOPING FOR A PEACEFUL RESOLUTION TO THIS UNFORTUNATE SITUATION…..

27 08 2007
Rath

Bedans are too arrogant to admit any of this. I am a Bedan, I’m the first one to know. I definitely agree that the TRO was overkill. San Beda should’ve been patient with the whole thing. Instead, the administration sought a TRO and simply blew things over.

There may or may not be a rule. But the TRO is simply an overkill. Yes, JRU played “dirty” against San Beda, but does that justify Lim calling JRU as “no class”. Or Lim challenging Vanguardia to a fist-fight.

There are rules of conduct among coaches and players. And even if the rival team does not adhere to it, it does not mean one is justified to break it too.

I personally do not know anything about the other things Mr. Ramos has posted. But honestly, I’m simply sick and tired of this “we are Bedans we are better” attitude. Look first to our school and what is happening now. We’re more concerned about basketball than the welfare of our school.

And I’m sure I’ll be flamed to hell because of this.

28 08 2007
TheTruth

Ano sagutin niyo tanong ko?

HANGGANG BASKETBALL LANG KAYO MGA BEDANS.
ULTIMO ESTUDYANTE NIYO TINANGGALAN NIYO NG RIGHTS. SHAME ON YOU. YOU DON’T DESERVE JUSTICE.

BAKIT KAY ALJAMAL TRO KAGAD? PERO PAG MAGNA CARTA NILA WALA KAYO PAKIALAM?

PASSIONATE OF WHAT YOU BELIEVE IS RIGHT?
WHAT IS RIGHT FOR YOU IS ONLY BASKETBALL SUPREMACY, NOT ACADEMICS SUPREMACY.

THETRUTH HURTS

SAGOT NAMAN DIYAN.

28 08 2007
GenoM

TheTruth,

wag ka na lang maki-elam sa school namin dude. If you want mag enroll ka sa SBC if you want to voice such opinions. At oo nga pala check mo yung recent results ng Bar exams ha, basketball lang pala kami ha? hehe

28 08 2007
Timeline

The Truth, San Beda administration will write an accpetable Magna Carat simimlar to Ateneo and La Salle.

As of the moment, most of the schools in the country have no Magna Carta.

Back to Mr. Ramos.

Mr. Ramos, investigate this:

August 8 – Memo to suspend Aljamal was already decided several days before the PBA draft.

Conspiracy?

28 08 2007
Anarkista

The Truth, San Beda’s new administration will propose an accpetable and watered down version of the Magna Carta similar to Ateneo and La Salle. San Beda’s Magna Carta was so radical and progressive that even the dead body of Popoy Lagman will rise up to give Bedans a congratualtions.

As of the moment, most of the schools in the country have no Magna Carta. Chill.

Back to the topic.

28 08 2007
Anarkista

The Truth, are your crazy? This si a basketball site on the first place. Chill.

If you want, you can help the Bedans and the Filipino students in their decades of struggle for a Magna Carta.

Hey, at least these students in San Beda talk about the Magna Carta. Ain’t that progressive for an elitist school?

How about your school? What do you talk about?

28 08 2007
Anarkista

Rath. I am an Atenista. Are you really a Bedan?

A high ranking PBA official bolstered San Beda’s position that the PBA rookie camp is not a tournament. Therefore, there was no need to seek permission from the ManCom. Informing the Mancom is just a matter of courtesy, nothing more nothing less.

Aljamal and San Beda ,therefore, did not violate any NCAA rules.

Oh before I forget, do you know that the Mancom suspension memo (August 8) was penned a week before the draft but was delivered a day before the game against JRU (August 21)?

The TRO is actually a conservative reaction given the conspircy. You should thank San Beda for that.

28 08 2007
TheTruth

Sorry mga Bedista. Hindi ko kasi gusto yung pag-tanggal ng Magna Carta. Galit lang ako pero hindi ko din naman alam ang nilalaman ng Magna Carta for student rights. Join lang dahil ayaw ko sa Rector. Personal problem ko ba.

Ganun ba? Iilang paarlan lang myaroon niyan?
Pasensya uli.

Kapag may gumamit ulit ng pangalang TheTruth, hindi na ako yan. Troll na yan.

Ay! Pex na din nga itong inboundass.

28 08 2007
Justice

Mr. Ramos, please remove this article…nakakasira lang sa inboundpass and san beda. For this pwede karing mademanda, sinisiraan mo ang pangalan ng mga bedista…kasi kapag sinabi mong bedans, linalahat mo kami. I know sinasabi mo lang ang nakuha mong information pero dapat as a journalist hindi ka bias…dapat hindi karin gumamit ng title na naghahamak ng isang grupo o isang tao habang hindi pa natatapos ang kaso…journalist ka, dapat alam mo iyan.

Nagkamali rin si Frankie Lim sa inasal niya, pero inasal niya iyon dahil sa inasal sa kanya ng kabilang koponan. Kahit ikaw, ipagtatangol mo ang kapwa, kaibigan, o pamilya mo kung sila ay sinasaktan…kung ang sagot mo ay hindi…duwag ka o wala kang pakialam.

At dun sa mga taong nagsasabing mayabang kami, well…sana rin huwag mong lahatin…as of now masasabi kong proud kami, pero hindi mayabang…sana sa susunod tignan mo muna ang sasabihin mo at sarili mo bago ka magsalit.

At sa lahat ng taong magbabasa dito\…bukas po magkakaroon ng press conference sa abscbn tungkol sa prublemang kinahaharapan ng ating liga. Mukhang maaayos na ang gusot na nangyari.

Mr. Ramos, sana hindi ka mapahiya sa lahat ng sinabi mo tungkol sa amin…mukhang ang pinaglaban namin at ginawa ng san beda laban sa ncaa ay nagbunga na…kami ang wagi, dahil ang katotohanan ang siyang laging nagwawagi…so next time..be responsible enough…ok?

ps…you need an apology to us bro…

28 08 2007
lion

that’s all were asking mr ramos. an apology. very manly move of yours.. even the green mind agreed that there was a conspiracy and it was pretty obvious though… thaks for backing up green mind.

animo la salle
ANIMO SAN BEDA!!!

28 08 2007
lion

the truth,
(the one who said hangang basketball lang ang bedans)

baka hindi mo alam basketball website ang inboundpass. that’s why its called the inboundpass which is pretty obvious. naliligaw ka ba o talagang mahina ulo mo?
dont you know na level 3 ang beda sa paascu, check out the bar exams and nursing board exams. also see the list of alumni.

28 08 2007
Justice

Mr. Ramos we accept your apology…hope we could let justice prevail…in and out of the league..mabuhay tayong lahat…mabuhay ang NCAA!

28 08 2007
atom

let’s move on, gentelemen…

good discussion.

28 08 2007
procopio

sincere ba yang apology mo? mabuti naman at nag sorry ka na. sa susunod ah. ayusin mo mga article mo. RESEARCH at WAG PURO HAKA HAKA LANG.

okay?

28 08 2007
mighty_lion

procopio uncalled for na yan.

28 08 2007
The Green Mind

Josef,

The coment below was not written by me:

“The Green Mind
Tuesday, 28th August 2007 at 5:12 am

Good move my friend. The suspension letter was indeed dated August 8, 20007. I too smell a conspiracy.

Why not write an article about that, Josef?”

28 08 2007
MatangAgila

Do you want Josef to write about the suspension letter which was dated August 8, 2007? It seems that the poor guy was suspended prior to the PBA draft.

28 08 2007
Confused

WTF… so who blinked? SBC or the MANCOM? Some claim its a win-win situation but for me its a lose-lose outcome. Imagine, nagbangayan, nagkatirahan at nambulabog pa ng mga lawyers lame settlement din pala kababagsakan. Eh, we’re no worse than we started, hindi pa din clear kung may na-violate nga na rule or wala. Poor Aljamal, he’s being used as a pawn, both by his school and the league.

28 08 2007
redredred

you know bedans wouldn’t be acting like this if their verdict on aljamal had basis, but then, iyon nga lang, walang basis iyung hatol nila… tsk tsk tsk. we’re not overreacting we just want these issues settled before the semi-finals begin.

28 08 2007
Red/Green Bedan

that’s fine mr ramos. next time, write a better article.anyway, so much of the rantings about san beda,for the other schools, shut up and study!

28 08 2007
Josef Ramos

Tuesday, 28th August 2007 at 5:09 am

This article that came out last Tuesday (August 28 5:09am) is not mine… I deny this article:

Josef Ramos

I would like to express my sincerest apology to all the Bedans whom I called childish.

I now realize that if ever I was in Aljamal’s situation, I would have done the same thing. Fight for my inalienable right in the proper court armed with a Memo suspending me even prior to the PBA Draft.

There is indeed conspiracy to sabotage San Beda’s campaign. The suspension memeo was dated August 8, almost two weeks prior to the PBA draft.

I seek an apology.

Thank you.

This is the real Josef Ramos

But I’m very grateful to all of you guys that you asked for apology and withdrew the TRO which you imposed earlier.

Although I’m denying this written comment that I did not write, I still want to apologize to all of you Bedans for calling you childish maybe some of you are not.

I have no any idea about the conspiracy to sabotage San Beda, but yes you are right if I’m Aljamal I’ll pursue my right to play in the big league.

But I’ll do it black and white…

As a man, I want to say sorry to all of you especially to those who were hurt, but I’m hoping some of you should also know how to be a man and accept mistakes…

I’m happy you did…

Lets continue watching games.

28 08 2007
Mike Abasolo

From the real Josef Ramos

Tuesday, 28th August 2007 at 5:09 am

This article that came out last Tuesday (August 28 5:09am) is not mine… I deny this article: Josef RamosI would like to express my sincerest apology to all the Bedans whom I called childish.I now realize that if ever I was in Aljamal’s situation, I would have done the same thing. Fight for my inalienable right in the proper court armed with a Memo suspending me even prior to the PBA Draft.

There is indeed conspiracy to sabotage San Beda’s campaign. The suspension memeo was dated August 8, almost two weeks prior to the PBA draft.I seek an apology.Thank you.This is the real Josef RamosBut I’m very grateful to all of you guys that you asked for apology and withdrew the TRO which you important.

28 08 2007
TheTruth

Sorry mga Bedista. Hindi ko kasi gusto yung pag-tanggal ng Magna Carta. Galit lang ako pero hindi ko din naman alam ang nilalaman ng Magna Carta for student rights. Join lang dahil ayaw ko sa Rector. Personal problem ko ba.

Ganun ba? Iilang paarlan lang myaroon niyan?
Pasensya uli.

Kapag may gumamit ulit ng pangalang TheTruth, hindi na ako yan. Troll na yan.

Ay! Pex na din nga itong inboundass.

OBVIOUSLY DI AKO GUMAWA NIYAN.

RADIKAL? ANO RADIKAL DUN SA MAGNA CARTA NA YUN?

ETO DAW ANG RADIKAL SABI NG KAIBIGAN KONG SC.
1.APPROVED BY FORMER RECTOR 2005
2.DENIED BY NEW RECTOR BECAUSE OF UNIFORM
POLICY 2007

WAHAHAHA NABASA KO YUN WALA NAMANG MASAMA NAKASULAT DUN. YOU STUPID FOOLS.

AND TO THOSE WHO COPIED MY NICK. YOU GUYS SUCK.

LAW SCHOOL NIYO NILAYASAN NA NG DE-KALIBRE
PROF. BABAGSAK DIN YAN MGA PUGOK.

28 08 2007
TheTruth

SABIHIN NIYO DIYAN SA RECTOR NIYONG PANOT NA
SI PAPA ALJAMAL LANG MAHAL NIYA. YUNG MGA NORMAL NA ESTUDYANTE ALA SHANG PAKI.

SAN BEDA’s MISSION-VISION

TO ELIMINATE THE MAGNA CARTA
TO UPHOLD THE “STUPID” YELLOW UNIFORM POLICY

RADIKAL? MGA IGNORANTE SA SARILI NIYONG SCHOOL!!!!!

TheTruth HURTS

29 08 2007
red

BEDANS just ignore stupid ang pointless posts.

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