HE WAS on the sidelines. He would toss the ball back to the pitch, would cheer to whoever scored the goal and even take photos for the books.
From an onlooker, Francisco Dizon is an image of a father, who on a sunny weekend morning, made sure to be present at his son's football match.
But unfortunately, his son Miguel was not there.
Instead, Dizon was cheering for kids from underprivileged communities who bond one Sunday morning through the game of football.
"When my son was growing up, he loved to play soccer. I used to go with him and he would join football tournaments," he recalled.