The Spurs are simply winners...
What I don't get is why the fuck did they swing at the fan? Yeah he was on the pitch but its not like he was attacking anyone.
BTW stupid fucking coach got what he deserved, TBH.
Just read the fan just wanted to shake Torrado's hand and was released after paying a fine....... that was 2.50.
Fucking Cruz Azul choke away the game then try to kick their own fans ass. Great fucking league.
Did you look at the video? Monarcas scored at the 43rd minute.. and then the fan tries to go in there.. The players are pissed 1... because they just lost their chance at the title.. and 2. because there's still time left and the clown is in there...
Sure, it doesn't warrant for any player to go Artest on their ass but, they just suffered a HUGE blow.. and Mexicans/Latinos aren't known for being peaceful..
The league is great actually, I'm sure the MLS would love to be in the same level.
I would've punched that fucker too. Can't blame that Azul player for going after him.
Anyways, there is no such system (with that level of organization) among Mexican high schools... most of the kids develop their game in the streets (torneos de barrio etc...), and are found by scouts as 'diamonds in the rough'... They don't have access to special training, coaching, workouts, or enhanced nutrition... many of them have to work on the side to provide for their familes... it is this environment which produces Mexican footballers...
Anyways, I kind of drifted off topic...
Another front in which the MLS needs to drastically improve before it can take the 'title' of 'best league in CONCACAF'... is with the level of its referrees... Seriously [IMO], there is simply no comparison between the two leagues on this front... In-game violence [as opposed to security breach induced fan-on-the-pitch-violence ] is a detriment to the level of the MLS and will keep star players from choosing to play in said league...
The league has suffered three horrific fractures over the past several weeks (David Ferreira, Steve Zakuani, Javier Morales), a fact which diminishes the overall product on the pitch... I watched the Real Salt Lake vs. Chivas USA match in which Morales suffered his injury... Yeah, it was a bad, late not necessarily malicious-but-still reckless tackle... but the ref allowed the chippiness of the game to escalate to that level... there were a couple a bad challenges prior to that play that were slowly building up the agression of the next tackle... IMO it could have been prevented, had the ref properly sanctioned those previous challenges...
To borrow a quote from a recent article:
"MLS as a whole lacks depth. It needs every good player it has to stay healthy, and the fact that so many of its best have at late been cut down while performing for their teams is cause for serious concern.
That the fallen players were good players didn't need to be proven anywhere else, because those players proved it where it mattered.
MLS may want to show that it's a tough league, and indeed, it probably wins the award for most broken legs this past month.
It would be better, though, if MLS was known for skillful play. Yet that's never going to happen if the players capable of such skill keep going down."
As expected Corona's call up to the National Team for the Gold Cup Tournament has been revoked... what a turd.
Now that Depo has been relegated, I'm wondering if Guardado will stay or jump to another team.
Mexico plays tomorrow against Ecuador after Man U vs Barca.
starting 11 according to the radio:
I feel sorry for New Zealand.. 3-0 and Ochoa has been bored the whole time..
De Nigris shouldn't be there..
Good to see El Hobbit Bermudez get some playing time. He always got ignored because of his height.
The announcer was fucking annoying both games with his Zinha love affair. Seriously how can Zinha be ahead of Gio for a starting position??
Mexico's U20 World Cup Group:
Mexico's U 17 team beat Argentina's U17 twice. 4-0, and 3-2.
Mexico is Hosting this years U17 World cup, hopefully they win it again.
Manchester United keeping tabs on El Cubo Torres
Torres has scored six goals in 19 appearances since making his Chivas debut against Monterrey last November and his form has earned him a call-up into Mexico's Under-20 squad for the Toulon tournament in France.
PSV Eindhoven have already scouted the player in Mexico, but Manchester United have forged close links with Chivas since signing HernŠndez, aka Chicharito, for £6 million in April last year.
And Sir Alex Ferguson and chief scout Jim Lawlor have been made aware of Torres's emergence since breaking into the Chivas first-team.
Torres, nicknamed 'El Cubo', stands 5ft 11in and is described as being strong in the air and with a powerful shot.
Mexico is in the semifinal's of the Toulon Tournament. They play tomorrow vs Colombia.
If they win they play the winner of France vs Italy in the final.
Hector Moreno to Espanyol
Ochoa to Paris Saint-Germaine
I'm reading that they may have eaten beef or chicken contaminated with clenbuterol.
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