CJ Cansino reveals Bicol Bubble GC, expose complaint and worries of players

Days after the news of his exit in Espana, CJ Cansino shared on Twitter the contents of a group chat that revealed the concerns of the players regarding the Sorsogon training.

/ 27 August 2020

The screenshot of the group chat contained messages of not only the worries of the players but also their parents that helped revealed the conditions the Tigers had to endure during the training bubble.

“Good evening po. Etong mababasa niyo po dito yung mga concern namin sa nangyayari dito sa Sorsogon. I-inform lang po namin kayo sa nangyayari dito,” the former Growling Tiger said to initiate the conversation.

The player aired their concerns wherein one player said they weren’t taken properly taken care of when sick.

“Stress po tapos pag nagkasakit po kami sito wala pong nag aalaga sarili lang namin katulong pag nag kasakit po,” Rhenz Abando shared.

Ira Batallier told Spin.ph that he has been suffering abdominal pain for three weeks now but his coaches ignored his plea despite convincing his coaches that he needs to be checked in a hospital.

Hindi nila inaasikaso sakit ko. Sinabi ko na sa kanila nung umpisa pa lang na need ko magpa-ultrasound para malaman kung ano ang sakit ko,” Batallier said.

Yung iba nagkakasakit na rin pero samin sinisisi kung bakit kami nag kasakit,” John Bismarck Lina also also said.

Soulemane Chabi Yo, UAAP Season 82 MVP, added that players are suffering from homesickness and stress.

“For me even if [we] can go back to Manila now, I’m ready. But if not yet pa, basta uwi na tayo after 2 to 3 months maximum.”

In addition, Lina, Bataller, and Brent Paraiso are also complaining about the quality and quantity of the food.

Sakin po di rin okay yung food kasi minsan mamantika talaga at walang lasa,” Lina added.

Paraiso continued, saying, “Yung binibigay na food sa amin, sobrang sakto lang po. Never po naging sobra yung ulam na binibigay sa amin.

According to Baham Mitra, chairman of the Games and Amusements Board (GAB), said that UST has completed its internal investigation and has submitted the report to Rector Fr. Richard Ang, OP before passing the findings to the UAAP.