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The Green Archers looked as though they had everything figured out in the Final 4, when they overhauled a double-digit deficit to stun Adamson University, and march to the best-of-three finals."Of course, we're going to compete," said Ayo of his team.Ateneo held on for an 88-86 win in the do-or-die Game 3, ending La Salle's reign as UAAP champions.It marked the first time that Ayo has lost a finals series in three years."We were not able to handle very well our championship last season," Ayo admitted after their Game 3 loss.He refused to go into detail, simply saying: "Medyo maselan eh." "We were not able to handle really well our championship.
Meanwhile, Ayo opened up to Aljun Melecio about his possible return to La Salle. If he stays with the Green Archers in Season 81, it will be the first time he will be staying for a third season in a team.He went on to say that he is grateful for the Green Archers for hiring him despite the criticisms that came along with it.“Despite na maraming sinasabi sa akin or tine-threaten 'yung pamilya ko or ano-ano, I forgive you,” said Ayo.The question, however, is how they will respond to the adversity that they now face.
"Of course, we want to bounce back next year," said Ayo, who admitted after the game that his contract with La Salle expires in December, and he remains with the team on a day-to-day basis.
“I love these guys, I love these players,” Ayo explained. Nothing's definite.” The Green Archers’ coach revealed that he signed a four-month contract with La Salle last September which expires this month. Word to his bashers Meanwhile, Ayo also addressed the negative criticisms thrown at him this season, saying it was just part of the competition.