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Young Gun: Dominic del Rosario

Fresh from the holiday break, time for some Kaya domination as we nick your screens with a special feature on one of our youngest players. Presenting our young mate, Dominic del Rosario, who hails from Sydney. With fun footy experiences—from Kaya to the academy and the U21 Azkals, from England to Brunei—it’s time to jump […]

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As Told by Chris Greatwich, Part 2

This is the much-awaited conclusion to the exclusive feature on Chris Greatwich. Chris picks up where he left off to continue his football saga, starting with how he became part of the national football team that successfully changed the course of Philippine football and prompted its reemergence. Of course, we can’t leave Kaya and the […]

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Kenshiro Daniels: Kicking Back

When faced with American-born British Filipino Kenshiro Daniels for the first time, choosing between “bloke” and “dude,” cola and tea, or even “bummer” and “bugger” clearly stands to boggle. It’s best you call the lad Kenny, give him a Hi-Chew (if none, a high five will do), and ask about his favorite meme. Armed with […]

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Adam Reekie named new Kaya head coach

Kaya Futbol Club would like to take this opportunity to introduce our new head coach, Adam Reekie. He is the replacement for David Perković, who coached the club for two seasons. Born in Folkestone, England, Adam Reekie, 34, holds a United States Soccer Federation “A” Coaching License, USSF National Youth License, and a coaching certificate from […]

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Pumped Up: Jovin Bedic

Don’t let the family name fool you. Jovin Bedic, born and raised in Iloilo, is 100% Pinoy and loves only football, well, aside from his family and girlfriend, that is. He has no Croatian blood, mind you. His family name does not rhyme with “itch,” unless you’re itching for a verbal joust—but don’t try since […]

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Kaya Fails to Capitalize On Man Advantage In Scoreless Draw With Stallion

Third placed Kaya missed out on an opportunity to stay within touching distance of current 1st Division frontrunners Loyola Meralco Sparks and Global on Sunday night, at the Emperador Stadium in Taguig City. Stallion Gilligan’s midfielder Ousseynou Diop was sent eight minutes after half-time for a second bookable offense, handing a man advantage to David […]

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