AS player transfers and coaching changes jumpstart the Premier Volleyball League's 2023 season set in February, fans have been speculating on a popular team undergoing a major revamp beginning with a new head coach - the F2 Logistics.
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Although the Cargo Movers have yet to announce their latest recruits and changes in their coaching staff, an Instagram post might have given a hint.
In a post by longtime DLSU photographer Benito Ramon Araneta on Tuesday, former National University Bullpups head coach Regine Diego was spotted conversing with middle blocker Aby Marano in the Cargo Movers' training.
Diego was a former DLSU libero in the mid 2000s at the height of the Lady Spiker's dynasty before becoming a national coach for the women's 17-under and 19-under squads.
Diego's college teammate and former F2 Logistics team captain Cha Cruz, who has been inactive since 2020, was also spotted training with the Cargo Movers.
Deputy coach Benson Boboc has been calling the shots for F2 Logistics in the PVL with longtime coach Ramil de Jesus unavailable.
No reason was given for de Jesus' absence.
F2 Logistics fans did not hide their excitement for these developments.
The Cargo Movers are looking to make a run at the PVL playoffs after missing the Final Four in its PVL debut in the 2022 Open Conference (6th) and in the Reinforced Conference (5th) after a brief hiatus.