The Ateneo Blue Eagles have been dominating the boys’s V-League Collegiate Problem thus far, managing to at all times be a step forward of their foes even in tight video games within the aggressive eight-team discipline.
However Blue Eagles coach Timothy Sto. Tomas isn’t paying a lot consideration to their 4 consecutive wins in as many video games—he would a lot somewhat see their system persistently executed by his wards.
“We don’t dwell on the streak as a result of we put together for each sport. We at all times take it one sport at a time,” Sto. Tomas stated after Ateneo shut down reigning NCAA champions Perpetual Assist, 25-18, 21-25, 25-21, 25-21, on Wednesday at Paco Enviornment.
It’s evident that the Blue Eagles are transferring in the proper path however for the previous Ateneo stalwart, he nonetheless needs to see extra progress of their UAAP preparations, saying he must drill his Blue Eagles extra on following by means of with their system.
“We’re blissful that we’re profitable and each sport we see our gamers enhancing … it’s extra of the advance of the gamers.”
The Altas fought again and clinched the second set, one thing that Sto. Tomas believes the Blue Eagles might have accomplished higher avoiding had they saved their system in thoughts and averted any lapses.
Fortunately, the Katipunan-based squad obtained its head again within the sport within the latter units to safe the victory and lengthen its streak.
“They knew what to do however they form of selected to not reply, it appeared like they didn’t wish to do [what needs to be done], that’s what’s irritating,” Sto. Tomas stated. “We might’ve accomplished higher.”
Having three days from Wednesday to organize for his or her subsequent sport, Sto. Tomas should repeat to his Blue Eagles to belief their system.
The Blue Eagles would wish each little bit of consistency in going through the College of Sto. Tomas—which presently sits atop the standings—on Sunday coach Odjie Mamon and his wards attempt to erase the “most beneficiant” in errors tag presently pinned on the Tigers.
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