Thursday, February 21, 2008

Wanted: Soccer Balls for our Football Club's Training

When I visited my father in Davao City last November of 2007, he bought for me a soccer ball as a gift. I saw the inexpensive soccer ball and wanted to buy it when my dad decided to buy it for me. That ball was made from China and it cost a lot cheaper than the balls from Nike or Adidas. It cost 355 pesos (about $9) compared to soccer balls with the slash or the three stripes which cost around 900 pesos here (about $23).

Well our football club, Marikina United FC, has started a stricter training program for us members a few weeks ago as we are in a tournament organized by the Philippine Football Federation (PFF). As one of the older members of the team I feel burdened for our team because we need more soccer balls for our trainings.

I have thought about getting a no fax payday loan just so I can purchase plenty of soccer balls immediately. Recently, I saw a web site that offers fast and easy service for those applying for payday loans. They also offer flexible payment options and the amount that is approved can be directly deposited to the applicant’s account overnight.

But, I am still waiting on our club manager’s decision. I may not need to personally take care of this expense for our football club once the other sponsors he contacted approves our club’s proposal. Who knows?

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