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TRANSPORT delays, footballers training in the streets and two toilets in one stall: a chaotic final build-up has put the Philippines under pressure before the Southeast Asian Games open on Saturday.
MANILA (Reuters) - Soccer players sleeping on the floor or stranded at the airport, transport hiccups and handwritten fixture lists, not enough drinking water and food unfit for athletes - the Philippines' hosting of the Southeast Asian Games is off to a chaotic start.
IT was all fumble and grumble in Manila as teams started arriving for the SEA Games but, luckily, the national Under-23 football team did not face any issues in Manila apart from the traffic. Other teams reported having to wait for hours for the team bus and even being brought to the wrong hotel.
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