MANILA, Philippines—Matt Ganuelas-Rosser, Gelo Alolino, and Russel Escoto all bid farewell to San Miguel after they had been traded to Terrafirma together with two future picks in alternate for scoring champion CJ Perez.
In social media posts, the three former Beermen thanked the franchise regardless of temporary stints for Alolino and Escoto. Ganuelas-Rosser spent essentially the most time within the membership.
Grateful for all of it! I respect all my teammates, coaches, help workers, and Management at San Miguel. Will cherish the reminiscences I made on and off the courtroom. To the San Miguel Fans, THANK YOU!! No Love Lost!! I’m excited for what the long run holds! Time to WORK✊🏾🙅🏾♂️ #TMC 🏁 pic.twitter.com/ON8Ni7FnqC
— Matt Ganuelas-Rosser (@Real_Mateo) February 2, 2021
“Grateful for all of it!” posted Ganuelas-Rosser, a five-time PBA champion with 4 of these throughout his time with the Beermen.
“I appreciate all my teammates, coaches, support staff, and management at San Miguel. Will cherish the memories I made on and off the court and the relationships that go way beyond the basketball court! Wish them nothing but the best,” added Ganuelas-Rosser.
Alolino and Escoto, who arrived in San Miguel in 2020, solely had one convention underneath their belts with the group in the course of the Philippine Cup contained in the Clark bubble.
— Gelo Alolino (@geloalolino) February 2, 2021
Despite staying with the membership for barely a 12 months, Alolino and Escoto by no means forgot to precise their gratitude to the enduring franchise.
“Thank you SMB organization for the opportunity. Learned a lot from the experiences. A short but sweet stint. #Beermen,” posted Alolino.
“Thank you San Miguel management, the bosses, coaches, teammates, support staff, and the fans,” posted Escoto. “It was a short stint but I learned a lot from this team and will always feel blessed to have played with the Beermen. I wish you all the best and more power. God bless you all!”
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