Louie Alas to coach GlobalPort?

Discussion in 'Alaska Aces' started by dean, Apr 29, 2016.

  1. dean

    dean Admin


    GlobalPort team owner Mikee Romero is bent on reuniting with former Philippine Patriots coach Louie Alas.

    Sources told Spin.ph on Friday the management of Romero’s PBA ballclub is keen to lure the current chief deputy of Alaska coach Alex Compton to be the Batang Pier's next head coach.
  2. khyndr3d

    khyndr3d All Star

    BIG NO!!!
  3. dean

    dean Admin

    Louie Alas confirms GlobalPort offer but no formal talks yet

    The 52-year-old Alas said the idea of handling a young GlobalPort side is interesting, considering that the Batang Pier have showed their potential during the Philippine Cup when they finished a franchise-best 4th place that conference.

    But since he’s all tied up at his current Alaska contract that runs till the end of the PBA’s 41st season, Alas isn’t making any move at the moment.

    “I have no intention of leaving Alaska habang may kontrata ako,” Alas told FOX Sports on Monday.

    “Di naman ako pipigilan because (career) advancement naman siya pero may kontrata pa kasi ako kaya sinabi ko sa kanila na pag-usapan na lang uli namin kapag wala ng hindrance,” he said.

    “Siyempre, excited din naman ako mag-head coach, pero masaya din naman ako dito (at Alaska),” added Alas, best remembered for leading the Letran Knights to 3 NCAA men’s basketball championships.

    Alas though had nothing but praises for the Alaska organization and head coach Alex Compton, whom he said, has been good to him.

    “Nakakatuwa si coach Alex dahil very detailed talaga siya regarding sa current coaching setup namin,” explained Alas, who played college basketball at Adamson during the 1980s.

    “More on the defensive side yung hawak ko sa team and usually, before kami mag-practice, naguusap kami ni coach Alex kung ano ang gusto niyang ipagawa,” he added.



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