UAAP MVPs Gayoso, Gadia banner Philippines' AFC U-23 squad

UAAP MVPs Gayoso, Gadia banner Philippines' AFC U-23 squad
Reigning UAAP men's football MVP Jarvey Gayoso, UAAP Season 78 MVP Daniel Gadia lead the Philippines' U-22 contingent to the AFC U-23 Championships this coming July 19th to 23rd in Cambodia.

The Philippine Under-22 squad will compete in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Under-23 Championship 2018 Qualifiers which will be held in Phnom Penh, Cambodia from 19-23 July 2017.

The following 23 players have been selected to form the final roster under Head Coach Marlon Maro. The team left for Cambodia last Monday 17 July.

ASONG, Michael – San Beda College
BALABAT, Nimrod – San Beda College
BAUTISTA, Junell Mark – Davao Aguilas FC
BORLONGAN, Jeremiah – University of the Philippines / Kaya FC Makati B
CLARINO, Julian Mariano – University of the Philippines / FC Meralco Manila
CHENG, Jaime Vicenzo – Davao Aguilas FC
CORSAME, Roberto Jr. – Arellano University
CUBON, Reymart – Far Eastern University / Kaya FC Makati B
DE BRUYCKER, Dylan Alain Lucienne – Davaol Aguilas FC
DE LA TORRE, Rey Franco Miguel – Davao Aguilas FC
DIAZ, Van Rey – Davao Aguilas FC
GADIA, Daniel Bernan – FC Meralco Manila
GAYOSO, Javier Augustine – Ateneo de Manila University
GROMMEN, Joshua Jake – Ceres Negros FC
JARVIS, Jordan Blair – Davao Aguilas FC
JOYEL, Ray Joseph – Far Eastern University / Kaya FC Makati B
KOIZUMI, Yoshiharu – De La Salle University
LAPAS, Christian – University of the Philippines / Kaya FC Makati B
LIMBO, Dimitri Lionel – Kaya FC Makati B
ROCHA, Jeremiah Raphael – Ateneo de Manila University / Kaya FC Makati B
TALAROC, Richard Jr. – Davao Aguilas FC
VALENZUELA, Patrick – National University
VILLANUEVA, Nathanael Ace – FC Meralco Manila


The Philippines are in Group J along with Japan, China PR, and Cambodia.

In preparation for the tournament, the Philippine U-22 team held regular trainings at the Rizal Memorial Stadium and flew to Japan last 6 July for a training camp where they had friendly matches against Tokai University (PHI 1-3), JFA Fukushima Academy, (PHI 0-1), and Ryutsu Keizai University, (PHI 0-3).

The AFC Under-23 Championship 2018 will serve as the team’s preparation for the 29th Southeast Asian Games which begins next month.

 

Schedule of Matches:

19 July 2017
Japan vs Philippines – 3:30 PM Local time (4:30 PM Manila time)

21 July 2017
Philippines vs China PR – 3:30 PM Local time (4:30 PM Manila time)

23 July 2017
Cambodia vs Philippines – 6:30 PM Local time (7:30 PM Manila time)
 

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