The Philippine National Football Team is scheduled to face North Korea anew in an exhibition game at the Rizal Memorial stadium.
After being outplayed by Bahrain in their previous tune-up last Friday, the Azkals will once again face a familiar foe in their last friendly match in the October international window.
According to former Filipino international Chieffy Caligdong, who currently assists head coach Thomas Dooley in the helm of the squad, changes will be made to the team’s game plan.
“Three or four players got injured in our game against Bahrain, so it is possible that coach Dooley will make changes in our tactics in our game against North Korea,” he said.
Dooley stressed that he has given the players a two-day break before the game to recalibrate their mental conditioning going into the affair.
Via: The Manila Times