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    Two-year coach Frankie Lim leaves Perpetual Help Altas

    Sep 16, 2020

    FRANKIE Lim has bid Perpetual goodbye, ending his two-year run with the Las Pinas school.

    The 60-year-old mentor confirmed to Spin.ph that he has indeed left the Altas following a tumultuous past few months due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

    "That's true," Lim said on Wednesday.

    Perpetual has been in a state of flux since the onset of the health crisis with the school deactivating its athletic program last May.

    That forced student-athletes to go home to their provinces and the current contracts for coaches being put on hold.

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    Not wanting to ride this wave of uncertainty, Lim took it upon himself to call it quits as he moves on from the Altas.

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    "All the contracts of my assistant coaches were not renewed. My contract was suspended starting July," he said.

    Lim, a four-time NCAA champion coach, has been the chief tactician of Perpetual since 2018, guiding the squad to a Final Four appearance behind Prince Eze, who won the NCAA Season 94 MVP.


      The following year, however, wasn't as pretty.

      The Altas, banking on a younger core led by Tonton Peralta, Jielo Razon, and Kim Aurin, went on a rollercoaster ride and only mustered a 5-13 win-loss record, with the coach being asked to take a leave midway through NCAA Season 95.

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