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Myla Pablo excited to start new chapter with Motolite



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After beginning her club career with the Federated Distributors Inc., Myla Pablo is moving on.

Last Friday, FDI, the mother company of Pocari Sweat and Philips Gold, reached a buyout agreement on the three years remaining on Pablo’s contract with Motolite.

The National University standout started her pro career as a Lady Stallion in 2015, eventually becoming a three-time PVL champion with the Lady Warriors.

Pablo was the last gem from the three-time champion Lady Warriors. Michele Gumabao was the first to leave, before Melissa Gohing joined Creamline early this year.

FDI’s franchise player saw the team have its least successful year in 2018. They fell to fourth place in the Reinforced Conference before failing to reach the semis in the Open Conference.


Now, Pablo looks to be the first piece in Motolite’s attempt at forming a club team. The two-time PVL MVP still has no idea about Motolite’s future plans.

“Wala pang signing contract na nangyayari kasi nga yung iba, UAAP pa talaga yung ibang players so pag-uusapan pa namin next year pa January,” shared the 25-year-old native of Tarlac.

“Siyempre, another club nanaman yung paglalaruan ko, another team, so sana yung mga darating na teammates ko ngayon sana maging okay kami.”

However, Pablo has yet to talk to FDI.

“Wala pa talaga. Siguro next week pa ako pupunta sa Pocari for a meeting,” shared the 5-foot-10 spiker.

“Siyempre, kailangan ko magpaalam nang maayos sa meeting. And siyempre gusto ko rin malaman kung ano ba talagang nangyari kung bakit ni-release ako ng ganun.”

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Miguel Luis Flores fell face first into sports writing in high sch9l and has never gotten up. He reluctantly stumbled into the volleyball beat when he started with Tiebreaker Times three years ago. Now, he has waded through everything volleyball - from its icky politics to the post-modern art that is Jia Morado's setting.