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PH volleyball stars give full support to PNVFI

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FILE — Philippine women’s volleyball team at the SEA Games in Singapore. Photo by Raffy Lerma
MANILA, Philippines — The newly-established Philippine National Volleyball Federation Inc. got a significant shot in the arm after gaining approval from the country’s brightest volleyball stars.
Philippine volleyball stars Alyssa Valdez, Jaja Santiago and Aby Maraño expressed their all-out support for the PNVFI, which was officially recognized by the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) as one of its members during its recent World Congress.
“We have a lot of trust in the PNVFI and for us players, we will do our best to contribute and help our volleyball community,” said Santiago, who is currently playing in Japan, in Filipino Tuesday during the PSA Forum.
The formation of the PNVFI is also a big step toward having a more unified Philippine volleyball.
Among the PNVFI’s plans this year is the launch of a national league in July where the country’s top eight teams, including at least one each from Visayas and Mindanao, will participate.
“We are giving our support to PNVFI and we’re going to play our roles as athletes,” Maraño said in Filipino.
“We’re very thankful for all the plans being laid out [for Philippine volleyball]. Hopefully, we all get to deliver these plans together,” Valdez said in Filipino.

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Opportunities keep coming for Jaja Santiago

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FILE – Jaja Santiago. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net
MANILA, Philippines — Jaja Santiago on Tuesday revealed she has gotten another offer to play in the Japan V.League next season.
The Filipino volleyball star is currently in the middle of her third season with Japanese club Ageo Medics.
But playing in Japan may not be Santiago’s only option when her contract ends.
The 25-year-old middle blocker said her agent is also working to get her offers from clubs in other countries like China, Italy and Turkey.
The National University product, however, would rather want to keep her focus on her campaign with Ageo Medics first.
“I want to finish my season here first before I think about other opportunities that may come,” Santiago said in Filipino Tuesday during the PSA Forum.
The 6-foot-5 Santiago added she remains in constant communication with her Philippine Superliga club Chery Tiggo.
“Actually, every Tuesday I join in their workouts and I always ask them updates regarding the league and as to when we’re going to start with our bubble training because as of now, it’s all been just home training,” she said.
Santiago was supposed to suit up for Chery Tiggo in February last year in the PSL Grand Prix before the COVID-19 pandemic scuppered the season.

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