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Pacquiao Will Sort Internal Dispute Among His Team

By Ronnie Nathanielsz

Pound for pound king Manny Pacquiao wants to put an end to speculations that he had fired adviser Michael Koncz by confirming that he still is with him and that there has been no change in his functions.

Pacquiao spoke to BoxingScene.com/Daily Inquirer while leaving the Smart Araneta Center after greeting the NBA superstars led by his friend Kobe Bryant who played against the Smart Gilas Philippine national team on Sunday.

Pacquiao pointed at Koncz and said "see, he's here. No problem." Koncz boarded the vehicle with Pacquiao as they left the venue where the "Fighter of the Decade" was given a rousing reception with fans chanting "Manny! Manny! Manny! as he strode into the coliseum with ten minutes left in the game.

Koncz himself said he had "a good, short and sweet conversation and right to the point" with Pacquiao.

Koncz said he had asked Pacquiao whether he trusted him and that the fighter replied "of course I do."

The adviser who is also regarded as Top Rank promoter Bob Arum's link to Pacquiao said he had talked to Pacquiao about "the people who are making allegations against him and why I believe they are making the allegations."

Koncz said that Pacquiao plans to "have a little meeting" with him and the Pacquiao website handler Timothy James Sladeck who ran the story that Pacquiao had fired Koncz and was very critical of the adviser.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by bballchump11 on 07-25-2011

[QUOTE=Gino Ros;10894948]When it was announced that Pac fired Koncz, all the midgets said "good, he deserved it!" When it is announced that Koncz was NOT fired, all the midgets say "good, Koncz deserves to keep his job"[/QUOTE] Lol now that's…

Comment by skillswin on 07-25-2011

[QUOTE=Cgarcia;10896747]The dominican monkey is getting butt hurt again. \[/QUOTE] racist typical pactard

Comment by CasualBoxingFan on 07-25-2011

[QUOTE=edgarg;10897866]You have shown exactly what I mean by saying we should allow you to enjoy yourself. Enjoy, and be Healthy and Wealthy although...alas, not Wise. Don't forget, to do all this, you must be "Early to Bed, and Early to…

Comment by edgarg on 07-25-2011

[QUOTE=CasualBoxingFan;10897205]LoL, look who have here.... Hey, save the Philosophical crap for someone who actually gives a damn. This doesn't involve you either. Be Discrete.....[/QUOTE] You have shown exactly what I mean by saying we should allow you to enjoy yourself.…

Comment by CasualBoxingFan on 07-25-2011

[QUOTE=edgarg;10896780]Why not let him have a little enjoyment for himself, he has little else he can do, I mean the guy is on a boxing site and can't even make an intelligible boxing comment. Be charitable....[/QUOTE] LoL, look who have…

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