“F2 Logistics is such a tough team. I’m sure they will make a comeback,” said Delos Santos, whose wards also knocked out the Cargo Movers in the finals of the All-Filipino Conference last July.
“With that, we have to prepare hard and further double our effort. Our good performance in Game 1 will be worthless if we won’t be prepared for Game 2. We have to maintain our good form from start to finish.”
“Everything went on according to plan,” said Head coach Shaq Delos Santos, guru behind Petron’s march to the All-Filipino Conference title.
“We executed our game plan to perfection and everybody worked hard for this victory. We managed to hit our service targets and had defensive good reaction to their set plays. It was a good game.”
Foton head coach Moro Branislav lauded his wards for a job well done.
“It’s okay. That’s volleyball; some times you win, some time you lose,” said Branislav, the Serbian mentor who led Foton to the gold medal last year.
“For my opinion, there are three good teams in this league; F2 Logistics, Petron and Foton. I am proud of what we’ve accomplished and coming up with a podium finish is good than having nothing at all.”