Ateneo President Steps In, Coach Tai Remains
Ringo | On 04, Nov 2017
After it was announced that Coach Tai Bundit was asked not to report, the highest official of Ateneo De Manila University (ADMU) intervened.
ADMU president Fr. Jett Villarin, SJ, last Monday, announced that Coach Tai will remain.
In a post via his Facebook, Fr. Jett acknowledge the fact that there is already a conflict in the team that may take time to heal.
“I would like to inform everyone that Coach Tai is still with the team. In fact, I just had a meeting with Coach Tai and our athletics people this morning. And I will soon be meeting with our players. I must acknowledge though that there are issues within the team, as in all teams, and that these will require some time to resolve,” the ADMU president said.
“On behalf of the Ateneo de Manila, I appeal to your patience and understanding as we try to resolve these internal issues. I also appeal to your better sense to refrain from any speculation or spreading of falsehood that may besmirch the reputation of our fine players, our good coach, and our school.”
Coach Tai is the man behind the first-ever championship of the Lady Eagles in a UAAP volleyball and a back-to-back. It was reported that several athletes complaint about the hard training he used to provide.