Foton coach Moro Brasnilav. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net

Moro Branislav didn’t take long to admit that his Foton team will have a tough time defending its title in the Chooks To Go-Philippine Superliga Grand Prix, which starts Saturday at FilOil Flying V Centre.

After glancing at the present crop of imports, the Serbian coach said the league has become a lot more competitive compared to the previous seasons.

“Normally I will say that my team is good for championships,” said Branislav during Wednesday’s launch. “But I have too much respect for these teams who are also building up.”

“But we are prepared to win another title, that’s for sure,” said the mentor of the Tornadoes, who have won this conference the past two seasons.

Foton will parade Serbians Sara Klisura and Katarina Vukamanovic and Montenegrin Dragana Perunicnic.

Nine teams will see action in the tournament, the biggest field so far for the PSL, which will each be allowed three foreign players.

Powerhouse Petron, which will pose a huge threat to Foton’s bid, will field Lindsay Stalzer—who helped the Tornadoes win their title last year. Stalzer will be supported by Hillary Hurley of the United States and Yuri Fukuda of Japan.

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