Of all the imports that have yet to return to the Philippine Superliga, here are the ones that we’d like to grace the PSL Grand Prix again.
The former Turkey women’s volleyball national team member did not hide her aspirations during her stint with the Foton Tornadoes.
A new name, a new coach, a new system, a new drive. That is what a new transition the United Volleyball Club is undergoing through and it starts with the PSL Grand Prix.
In a sport wherein every spike, block, or ace counts just as one point, a 50-game output for one player is amazing. Two players achieved the feat this year.
From foes to teammates, Taylor Milton and Sara Klisura vow to hit the ground running
Cocolife made another brilliant move by signing Sara Klisura and Taylor Milton for the Grand Prix with the Serbian sensation having unfinished business
The PSL has been graced by high-scoring imports but unfortunately, not all have translated into the more important feat – the championship!
After 41 points, speculation is rife that Sara Klisura should be Foton’s resident import but Moro Branislav revealed there’s already an alternative offer!
Sara Klisura of Foton set a league-best 41 points in their five-set win over F2 Logistics. But breaking records isn’t her main objective.
Maria Jose Perez took the official Player of the Week award but who made Jeff Bongar’s top players ranking?
As they moved to a 3-0 record F2 Logistics Cargo Movers stars dominate week 3’s rankings. Do they deserve their position?
As the teams went on tour which players impressed fans in week 2 of the PSL Grand Prix? Who is laying early claim for the MVP award?
It’s too soon to call favourites for the MVP award but let’s take a look at the top player performances from week 1 of the PSL Grand Prix.
Reigning champion Foton needed a little time to heat up before cruising to a 20-25, 25-17, 28-26, 25-18 victory over Cocolife in the Chooks to Go-Philippine Superliga (PSL) Grand Prix.
The much anticipated first weekend of the PSL Grand Prix has come and gone – what can we takeaway as we look to the next set of games?
Foton Serbian import Sara Klisura found new inspiration to lead Foton to a three-peat. Who are they?
Despite posting a convincing win over Cignal, Foton head coach Moro Branislav wasn’t still happy. Why?
Fans will see the Santiago sisters reunited in a formidable Foton Tornadoes line up but will wonder if their imports and current roster can achieve success
As teams reveal their respective imports, one question emerged: Who has what it takes to lead her team to the PSL Grand Prix title?
Foton plunged into the looming arms race in the PSL by recruiting a Serbian libero. Will this move help the Tornadoes defend their crown?