Voigt open to coach Gilas Joaquin Henson (The Philippine Star) - September 6, 2019 - 12:00am FOSHAN – Angola head coach Will Voigt yesterday disclosed he was interviewed by SBP chairman emeritus and PLDT CEO Manny V. Pangilinan via Skype for the TNT coaching job in the PBA but it went to Mark Dickel instead. “I didn’t get the job,” said Voigt. “No, they didn’t fly me in for the interview. My contract with Angola is good up to the next Olympics but I can get out of it anytime. I’d love the opportunity to coach Gilas in the future if it’s possible.” Voigt, 43, said if ever he joins Gilas, Philadelphia 76ers assistant coach John Bryant will likely come along. Bryant is married to a Filipina Allison Agus and said he wants to get his five-year-old Fil-Am son Myles a Philippine passport. “John’s with the Sixers but if he’s free for the summer, he’ll join … [Read more...] about Voigt open to coach Gilas
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Cariaso takes coaching reins at Alaska as Compton resigns Olmin Leyba (Philstar.com) - August 22, 2019 - 5:07pm MANILA, Philippines – After a successful stint as Alaska player and serving as assistant coach the last five years, Jeffrey Cariaso takes on a bigger challenge as he assumes the head coaching chores for the Aces. Cariaso got the promotion following the resignation of his boss Alex Compton after five years at the helm. Alaska team owner Wilfred Steven Uytengsu announced the coaching change Thursday, expressing faith in the 46-year-old Cariaso’s ability to lead the Aces to back to the top. “He (Cariaso) has the full trust of management and we trust the team will likewise work hard to support him,” Uytengsu said in a statement. “We also hope Jeff will become the first Alaska player to win championships both as a player and head coach,” he added. Cariaso has won four PBA titles in an … [Read more...] about Cariaso takes coaching reins at Alaska as Compton resigns
Sport Robert Moreno has been thrust into the biggest coaching job in Spanish football despite no playing career and never having taken charge of a first team after Luis Enrique resigned as national team coach on Wednesday for personal reasons. 20 Jun 2019 12:41AM Bookmark MADRID: Robert Moreno has been thrust into the biggest coaching job in Spanish football despite no playing career and never having taken charge of a first team after Luis Enrique resigned as national team coach on Wednesday for personal reasons.Moreno, 41, was appointed assistant coach when Luis Enrique took charge of Spain last July and acted as caretaker when the former Barcelona manager took a leave of absence in March to deal with what was described as an urgent family matter.Spain have won all three of their games under Moreno and hold a five-point lead over Sweden in their Euro 2020 qualifying group. Federation president Luis Rubiales said it was important to maintain the project which Luis Enrique … [Read more...] about Who is new Spain coach Robert Moreno?
STOCKHOLM: With the majority of the 24 teams at the Women's World Cup coached by men, the game needs to embrace the wealth of experience that female soccer coaches have to offer, former United States and Sweden coach Pia Sundhage told Reuters.Only nine teams at next month's World Cup in France will have female coaches and Sundhage said this is limiting the development of the women's game and opportunities for women in general."Every woman that I have met in football has been at a very high level as a player, playing at the World Cup, the Euros and the Olympics, and they have been involved for a long time," she said in an interview ahead of the finals starting on June 7."Naturally, it's an advantage if we have more women than we have at the moment, as it's a job. If you're a player, your chance to become a coach increases if there are more jobs."But if we choose what we have always chosen, which is very often men, then you see past that woman. And what happens then is you miss out on a … [Read more...] about Game needs to embrace knowledge of female coaches, says Sundhage
Cavs tap veteran college mentor Beilein new head coach (Agence France-Presse) - May 14, 2019 - 3:00pm LOS ANGELES – The Cleveland Cavaliers, in rebuilding mode after a 19-63 NBA season, have hired veteran collegiate coach John Beilein to fill their head coaching job, the team said Monday (Tuesday Manila time). Beilein replaces Larry Drew, who took over the job when Tyronn Lue was sacked six games into the Cavs' first season since superstar LeBron James departed via free agency for the Los Angeles Lakers. In 41 years coaching university teams Beilein has posted 35 winning seasons, and in his past 12 seasons at the University of Michigan he has mentored nine NBA draft choices and built a reputation as a savvy offensive tactician. "We could not be more thrilled to name John Beilein as the new coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers," Cavs owner Dan Gilbert said in a statement. "First, John is a great human being. He cares deeply … [Read more...] about Cavs tap veteran college mentor Beilein new head coach