On February 4 at the Araneta Coliseum, AKARI and Choco Mucho square off in the first game of the 2023 PVL All-Filipino Conference.
Dindin Santiago leads the Chargers in the 4 p.m. following Oliver Almadro’s transfer to Petro Gazz, Dante Alinsunurin is now in charge of the Flying Titans’ matchup.
Creamline faces the Petro Gazz Angels in the opening match of the competition without Alyssa Valdez, Myla Pablo, or trainers Rald Ricafort and Arnold Laniog Match.
Meanwhile, it is a done deal between F2 Logistics and Cha Cruz.
After being absent from the volleyball scene for over four years, Cha Cruz-Behag is about to return.
Prior to the start of the 2023 PVL All-Filipino Conference on February 4, F2 Logistics announced on Thursday that its former team leader would be returning.
Prior to leaving the taraflex indefinitely in 2019 to raise her own family, Cruz guided the Cargo Movers to three Philippine Super Liga titles and three bridesmaid finishes.
Early this year, the two-time UAAP Finals MVP was seen working out with the redesigned Cargo Movers.
She will help the reorganized team, led by new head coach Regine Diego, along with holdovers Aby Marano, Kim Fajardo, Kim Kianna Dy, and Dawn Macandili, as well as newcomers Myla Pablo and Chinnie Pia Arroyo.
Myla Pablo, a star spiker who recently won a championship with the Petro Gazz Angels, is moving on to a new place.
The 29-year-old veteran officially announced her transfer to the F2 Logistics Cargo Movers, becoming the team’s first player signing following the Thursday release of six key players.
F2 Logistics hopes to reach the playoffs for the first time in the pro league after finishing sixth in the 2021 PVL Open Conference with the return of its former skipper.
On February 7, at 4 p.m., The Cargo Movers will begin their redemption campaign against PLDT inside the PhilSports Arena.