It’s been 2 days since the unpleasant brawl that occurred last Monday, and Gilas players have finally taken to social media to express their regrets over their actions.
In the FIBA World Cup Asian Qualifiers game between Gilas Pilipinas and Australia last July 2, a messy brawl took place in the 3rd quarter which lead to 13 players ejected and the game called off early. Several images and videos from the brawl spiraled all over the internet and worldwide.
Gilas players involved in the brawl gave apology statements through their social media accounts.
Gilas guard RR Pogoy said that he hopes to control his emotions better in the next following games.
— Rr Pogoy (@rogerpogz16) July 3, 2018
Gilas team captain Jayson Castro said that the brawl does not reflect on him as a person and that he wants to be a better example for young kids.
Former Gilas player Marc Pingris also apologized for the infamous selfie that he took after the brawl.
The past few days have been extremely difficult for us at GILAS. Each player & coach who got involved in the incident has apologized, and as Head Coach, so have I. Again, to those we have offended, we are sorry. To those who have stood by us, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Our prayer is that we come out better and stronger from this as we affirm that it is our honor to fight for our country til we can’t fight anymore, with all our hearts. Laban. Pilipinas. Puso #???❤️
Gilas Pilipinas head coach Chot Reyes hopes that team will come back stronger and better after the regretful incident.
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