PBA: Coach of the Year Victolero wants more: “Napaka-sarap manalo”
Paul Lintag on Jan 22, 2019 09:10 PM
“But again, this is not the end. I will take it as a challenge, this is only the start. I’ll try to help my team again, kung paano kami mananalo ulit ng championship because napaka-sarap manalo,” — PBA Coach of the Year Chito Victolero.
Chito Victolero has two seasons under his belt as head coach of Magnolia and he has five semifinal appearances in six conferences.
He’s made it to two Finals and after the 2018 PBA Governors’ Cup, coach Chito now has one title.
Now, Victolero also as a Coach of the Year award courtesy of the PBA Press Corps.
It’s a well-deserved citations for one of the brightest young minds in the league today.
“Syempre I’m very happy, ver proud sa blessings na binigay ni Lord sakin,” Victolero said.
“I would also like to share this award to my coaching staff, to the whole team, and to the fans na talagang grabe sumuporta samin at magdasal,” he added.
As he moves to a third season with the Hotshots, coach Chito is looking for more.
His new Coach of the Year award also presents a new challenge for Victolero as he tries to eleveate his game and his team as a whole.
“Grabe yung saya sa puso ko,” he said.
“But again, this is not the end. I will take it as a challenge, this is only the start. I’ll try to help my team again, kung paano kami mananalo ulit ng championship because napaka-sarap manalo,” Victolero added.
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