|Full name||Jose Ariston Caslib|
|Date of birth||February 22, 1968|
|Place of birth||Taytay, Rizal|
|Height||1.67 m (5 ft 6 in)|
|Claret School of Quezon City|
|–||San Beda College|
|c. 2005||Philippines U23|
|2016||Philippines (assistant coach)|
Jose Ariston Caslib also known as Aris Caslib, is a Filipino football coach . He is the current head coach of Philippines Football League club Meralco Manila. Caslib has also been the head coach of the Seniors' Football team of San Beda College, the Red Booters. They won the NCAA championship for the 8 straight seasons after sweeping the competition, and in October 2008 became UNIGAMES champions.
Education and youth playing career
Caslib played high school football for Claret School and in inter-collegiate tournaments, notably the National Collegiate Athletic Association, for San Beda College.
While playing for San Beda College, Caslib was active in the student movement as year-level representative in the San Beda College of Arts and Sciences Student Council and political officer of the Makabayang Kabataang Mag-aaral ng San Beda (Makamasa).
Caslib managed the Philippines squad which competed at the 2007 ASEAN Football Championship. After the team could only manage one draw and two losses, Caslib quit the national team in February 2007. He later serve a non-consecutive term as head coach of the national team, last guiding the team at the 2006 AFC Challenge Cup
In 2016 Caslib was appointed as chief deputy of the senior national team under head coach Thomas Dooley. He succeeded Sebastian Stache. He also led the Philippine national team in a friendly against Australian club, Perth Glory FC in July 2016 as head coach in lieu of Dooley.
On his first and only season with the Sparks, they finished 1st in the regular season and 3rd in the Finals Series of the 2017 Philippines Football League. The club was disestablished in January 2018 with Caslib as its last head coach.
|Meralco Manila||December 2016||present||31||18||7||6||58.06|
Updated as of 28 December 2017.
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