PBA: Mark Kagui also wants to retire without any fanfare, says Tim Koen

Geneva's Mark Caguio.  PBA picture

Geneva’s Mark Caguio. PBA picture

MANILA, Philippines হয়নি No official word yet, but Barangay ginbera coach Tim Koen says Mark Caguio has already discussed his retirement, preferring to go to the sunset with as little “pomp” as possible.

“It simply came to our notice then [management has] We talked to him about his retirement and he said he didn’t want any fanfare when it happened, “Shanku said during PBA Media Day at Novotel in Cuba on Thursday.

“But we are still hoping for him and his victory [Helterbrand] Will come back and give the fans a chance to say goodbye to them, ”added Shanku, who said he has not spoken to Kaguiwa yet.

At Monday’s press conference to begin the league’s 47th season, Barangay Ginebra announced that Caguio was not listed because he had to take part in something in the United States.

“Mark Cagui is not on the roster either because he has to fix something. He will definitely not play in the conference, “said Albert Francis Chua, the governor of the Geneva team.

Caguioa and Helterbrand have cemented themselves in Ginebra for their fast-paced, exciting style of play — which has further boosted the team’s already growing popularity.

Caguioa, the third overall pick by Ginebra in 2001, won an MVP trophy with the Kings but has rarely been seen in the last few years due to injury.

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