Despite having a P6-billion budget, the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc) only managed to come up with a handwritten schedule of football matches for the 30th SEA Games.

LOOK: Intrams ang peg! PHISGOC posts handwritten sked of SEA Games football matches

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Despite having a P6-billion budget, the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc) only managed to come up with a handwritten schedule of football matches for the 30th SEA Games.

Netizen Sai Mamalo posted online Sunday (November 24) a photo of the handwritten schedule at Hotel Jen, where some foreign football teams are billetted.

The schedule of football matches for Monday, November 25, was written with a permanent marker on what looked like an illustration board. It was placed on an easel stand.

Netizens poked fun at the cheap-looking sign for the football matches.

“baka naman national artist pa ang sumulat nyan,” said Twitter user @anneTpatica.

“SIS KAHIT PRINTER WALA TAYO??????” asked netizen @TahmThoughts.

“Baka sariling sikap na lang yan ng mga volunteers kasi baka walang mga gamit na naprovide. Juicekolord ang kalat kalat ni Cayetano!” said Twitter user @akoniawon, referring to Phisgoc chairman and House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano.

“Such a minimalistic approach – clean, crisp.. cheap,” said netizen @Ipe_Hernandez.

“Wla man lang budget kahit thru print yung poster. Wtf naibulsa na ba yung budget?” asked Twitter user @JhakeManalo.

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