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One Taguig FC out to make quick impact as new PFL season kicks off

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One Taguig FC out to make quick impact as new PFL season kicks off

LEADERS. Kevin Ingreso (left) and Stephan Schrock are co-captains of One Taguig FC.

One Taguig FC

National team standouts Stephan Schrock, Kevin Ingreso, and Misagh Bahadoran headline the debuting One Taguig FC as the Philippines Football League rolls off with a record 15 teams

MANILA, Philippines – New squad, old hands.

A new kid on the block bannered by national team standouts vies to make a quick impact as One Taguig FC enters the pitch of the Philippines Football League (PFL). 

Knowing full well the level of competition in the country’s premier football league, One Taguig FC parades a formidable mix of veterans and promising booters when it debuts against Manila Montet FC in the main game of the triple-header action at 8 pm on Sunday, April 7, at the Rizal Memorial Stadium. 

One Taguig FC is among the five neophytes in the PFL to complete a record field of 15 teams for the league’s much-awaited Sixth Season.

And make no mistake about it, One Taguig is determined to give perennial contenders a run for their money.

Philippine men’s football team midfielder Kevin Ingreso headlines the cast with seasoned Stephan Schrock and Misagh Bahadoran, who previously served as captains of the national booters formerly known as the Azkals.

Ingreso and Schrock have been named as co-captains of One Taguig led by general manager Ace Bright and head coach Jovanie Villagracia.

Apart from the three standouts, One Taguig FC also boasts a bevy of local stalwarts and foreign recruits in a serious bid to contend in the PFL and qualify in the AFC Cup and the AFC Champions League. 

One Taguig’s logo mirrors the city’s rich history and its journey to modernity. 

Napindan Lighthouse, known as the meeting place of Katipunan during the country’s Spanish colonization, stars in the center of the crest symbolizing its historic roots and Taguig’s economic bloom now marked by skyscraper structures at the Bonifacio Global City. 

Embracing the lighthouse are 38 leaves that represent the city’s 38 barangays and embodies the growth and development of  Taguig, including in the agricultural sector. –

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