Ronald Tubid now a free specialist in the wake of destroying welcome at SMB

RONALD Tubid formally disavowed San Miguel Beer following a profitable yet turbulent return stretch with the decorated establishment.

Tubid, 38, turned into an unhindered free operator as the group has not made an official idea to him after his agreement lapsed last January.

The former University of the East superstar likewise hasn’t went to the Beermen’s practices since training camp started first seven day stretch of January.

Tubid’s status with the group became confounded after the suspension dispensed on him by San Miguel the board following his job in a battle that happened by and by during the last Governors Cup.

The scuffle, which saw punches being exchanged, additionally included former MVP Arwind Santos and Kelly Nabong, with import Dez Wells as the focal figure of the clash.

Santos and Nabong were later suspended together with Tubid that all-inclusive right to the off-season.

The 38-year-old Santos, a key player in the Beermen’s hurried to five straight Philippine Cup titles, has since been restored, while Nabong had been exchanged to NorthPort in return for Russel Escoto.

Santos despite everything has a two-year contract with San Miguel, while Nabong and Tubid both have terminated arrangements.

Nabong and Tubid, by chance, were additionally suspended and fined by the PBA from the get-go in the season for their contribution in the ‘Bug Man’ occurrence that defaced Game 5 of the Philippine Cup finals.

The two seat players were fined P75,000 each and suspended for three games.

The different scenes defaced Tubid’s homecoming at San Miguel, which gained him prior to the group’s 44th season from Columbian Dyip in return for Keith Agovida.

He was a piece of the Beermen’s consecutive titles during the Philippine and Governors Cups. San Miguel was ready for an uncommon fabulous hammer in the last meeting of the period until that unfortunate battle by and by everything except abandoned the establishment’s fantasy.

In his five-year stretch with San Miguel (2013-17 and 2018-19), Tubid won a sum of seven titles.

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