ABY Marano says there’s a different mood at F2 practice as the Cargo Movers look to finally end the run of bridesmaid finishes in the Super Liga All-Filipino.
The Cargo Movers are hard at work, and the F2 skipper says coach Ramil de Jesus and his coaching staff have been constantly reminding them of their “unfinished business.”
“Ilang season na din na hindi namin nakuha,” said Maraño.
Winners of the 2016 final against Foton, the Cargo Movers settled for silver behind Petron in the next two All-Filipino Conferences.
F2 has made it to a fourth straight All-Filipino Finals after eliminating Foton, and will face either Cignal or Petron in the title series.
Regardless of their finals opponent, Maraño vows to go all-out in their bid to regain the crown.
“Ngayon ibang iba din kasi sa training makikita mo sila coach pinupush kami talaga kasi laging nireremind sa amin yung unfinished business,” she said.
“Yun din naman yung mindset namin para mapatunayan namin sa kanya na ginagawa namin yung best namin para makuha namin yun.”
It’s their seventh consecutive time in their eighth overall finals appearances but the last time the Cargo Movers won a title was in the 2018 Invitationals.
Cignal and Petron face off in a semis decider on Thursday, with the first match of the finals set on Saturday.
“Meron kaming tinatapos na business. Kung ano yung hindi namin matapos for the past conferences, kailangan tapusin namin dito,” said De Jesus.