MYLA Pablo has been released by Pocari Sweat and five teams have expressed interest in acquiring the services of last season’s PVL Open MVP.
A source told Spin.ph that Pablo, who had one year left from a five-year contract with Pocari, is being eyed by PVL teams BanKo and PetroGazz and Philippine Super Liga clubs Foton, Cocolife and Sta. Lucia.
“May limang teams ang gustong kumuha sa kanya,” said the source. “Ok naman na kasi na-release na siya ng FDI.”
“Pinag-iisipan niya ng mabuti kung ano ang tamang gawin kasi syempre gusto niya na maging maganda ang future niya if ever man mag decide na siya na hindi maglalaro,” the source added.
Pablo, a two-time MVP, led the Lady Warriors to the championship in the defunct Shakey’s V-League Open Conference and Reinforced Conference in 2016 and thePVL Reinforced Conference in 2017.
Pocari Sweat placed second in the PVL Open Conference last year and struggled in the 2018 season after a revamp that left only Pablo, Elaine Kasilag and Jeanette Panaga from the previous squad. They partnered with Air Force and finished fourth in the Reinforced Conference and failed to make it to the semifinals of the Open Conference after posting a 7-7 record in the eliminations.
“Thank you so much, FDI and Pocari Sweat-Afor the 5 years that we’ve been together,” the two-time PVL Most Valuable Player posted on Twitter.
Spin.ph tried to reach Pocari Sweat but team officials have yet to respond.
With Lance Agcaoili