Ryan Agoncillo proud of son Lucho's grit in football

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Ryan Agoncillo witnesses the highs and lows of son Lucho's love for football.


Ryan Agoncillo is proud of his son Lucho's recent achievements.

The eight-year-old boy is part of his school's football team, the Bohemians. 

Ryan and wife Judy Ann Santos have been supportive parents, watching their son's games from the bleachers.

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Good luck kuya! #bohemian #finals ❤️❤️

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On Instagram, the Eat Bulaga! host posted a video of Lucho's playing season.

His team lost on the first leg of the tournament, but he did not fret.

Instead, the boy chose to step up his game, and gave his all on the second leg.

Witnessing Lucho's grit on the field, Ryan could not help but be filled with pride because his son is growing up "a sport and a gentleman."

His full post read: "2 weeks ago, after going the whole month of the tournament with your Bohemians undefeated, I saw you disappointedly looking on as the 1st place medal went to your rivals.

"The final score, 1-0.

"I understood that it was very tough, we mostly stayed silent and just smiled at each other on the way home.

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"What makes me proud, is not the fact that, you took it on the chin and went straight back to practice.

"What makes me proud, is not the fact that, you knew there were more talented boys in your team and the only way you could help them was to play harder.

"What makes me proud, is not the fact that, the night before the second leg of the games, you said 'Dad I'm gonna wear long sleeves, because it will get rough out there'.

"What makes me proud, is not the fact that, you listened intently to your coaches' instructions.

"What makes me proud, is not the fact that your team won the opener, 9-nil.

"What makes me proud, is not the fact that, you said 'Dad I didn't celebrate my first goal, because the keeper of the other team is my friend'.

"What makes me proud, is not the fact that, you took back your only loss, and defeated the team that took the gold medal from you, 8-0.

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"What makes me proud, is the fact that, through this all, you always remained a sport, and a gentleman.

"#storiesforlucho"

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2 weeks ago, after going the whole month of the tournament with your Bohemians undefeated, I saw you disappointedly looking on as the 1st place medal went to your rivals. The final score, 1-0. I understood that it was very tough, we mostly stayed silent and just smiled at each other on the way home. What makes me proud, is not the fact that, you took it on the chin and went straight back to practice. What makes me proud, is not the fact that, you knew there were more talented boys in your team and the only way you could help them was to play harder. What makes me proud, is not the fact that, the night before the second leg of the games, you said ‘Dad I’m gonna wear long sleeves, because it will get rough out there’. What makes me proud, is not the fact that, you listened intently to your coaches’ instructions. What makes me proud, is not the fact that your team won the opener, 9-nil. What makes me proud, is not the fact that, you said ‘Dad I didn’t celebrate my first goal, because the keeper of the other team is my friend’. What makes me proud, is not the fact that, you took back your only loss, and defeated the team that took the gold medal from you, 8-0. What makes me proud, is the fact that, through this all, you always remained a sport, and a gentleman. #storiesforlucho

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