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Discussion in 'Chivas' started by PasionPorElTri, Jan 23, 2007.
Chivas 92' Milk Cup Champions
That's right Blablara... Don't let them go for free.
This drives me nuts. The only reason Vela was able to leave "on good terms" was because there was nothing Chivas could do to prevent it.
They'd better either buy a team in Europe or start selling players soon, because there won't be any room for more quality youth players.
Yup or we will have a situation similar to Barça's.
Yeah, sucks to be good.
Because of their age, Vergara can't really take credit for Michel, Reynoso, Maza, Magallon, Bravo, and Medina, but the U-20s fit in with the Vergara timeline, even more so the younger kids. I like the fact that they have enough of an infrastructure and budget to play youth tournaments all over the world.
FYI, here is an interesting interview with Jose Luis Real, when he rejoined Chivas this year to help Efrain Flores develop the cantera.
I was just listening to the Futbol Picante phone call with Vergara Monday night. He said of 9 tournaments the youth squads participated in this summer, they won 7 (including the ones mentioned in this thread).
Scroll down for the list of cups they've won this year.
Vergara- "Me la juego con jovenes, aunque no califiquen."
Milk Cup Videos and Photos in both websites...
Nice goals from our youngsters
Chivas beats Necaxa 3-0 in a friendly today at Verde Valle basically both teams used players who didn't see much action in the weekend... our goals came from
Hulk 2 times and Chicharito had an assist.
Interview with Jose Luis "el guero" Real-
I always thought it was funny because my uncle is about the same age as Real, played for chivas fuerzas basicas, and was also a Jose Luis "el guero".
Chivas 3rd division wins 6-0 vs Ladrilleros de Tlajomulco
Goal Scorers: Gabriel Gutiérrez 3, Christian Ruiz 2, Eder Hernandez 1.
Chivas 2nd division tied 4-4 vs Cachorros de la U.
Goals Chivas: Chirstian Moran Min.14, Ulises Davila Min.68, Saul Sandoval Min.72, Saul Sandoval Min. 82.
Goals Cachorros: Jesus Soltero Min.18, Ivan Almaran Min. 25, Adan Reynaga Min. 30, and don't know who the other kid was.
Had mexico u17 made the world cup this year, Ulises Davila would have had exposure and maybe might have been picked up by a euro team
Tapatio's lost to the strongest team in primera A last week by a 3-2 score...
Chivas 3rd division sum up points...
i got a question.. since what year chivas fuerzas basicas been winning alot of tournaments? 70's , 80's , 90's , ?? i dont know cus they never mention nothing on youth teams in the radio or television..
every time i see this thread update , chivas has won another tournament.
whats the second mexican youth team with the most tournaments won?
I saw this and thought it was very interesting how they will be bringing 100 kids to train in Guadalajara for one year and then send them back to China to reinforce the team.
Yeah, that's a good article. One of the interesting things about Vergara's global Chivas (non-Omnilife) plans is that none of the non-Mexicans on Chivas franchises will be able to play for the flagship franchise (Guadalajara). So even in the long run, you just end up with a bunch of youngsters coming to play in fuerzas basicas for a year, and then going home.
I guess getting a Chivas Europa franchise going (only Mexicans, Saprissa Costa Ricans as foreigners, and Chinese!!!) would help as an alternative goal, but in the end, the soccer teams will still be secondary to Omnilife.
I was listening to Pineda a lil while ago and he was saying Chivas has the best youth system, these were his quotes "Chivas has the most players on the NT, at any level, to me Chivas has the best youth system, also they have the best fans, cause they are loved everywhere they go, and am not just saying it cause am here, it is a fact"
well that's good to hear. i was worried that Vergara would be dumb enough to send Mexican players to play, or should i say rot, in China
Tapatio beat morelia 2-1 goals from el pirata y chicharito
They win everything...
Las Fuerzas básicas de Chivas demuestran su poderío en Europa.
En la gira internacional que Chivas realizó hace unos meses, con cuatro equipos de distintas Categorías por los principales torneos de Fuerzas Básicas en Europa, el Club Deportivo Guadalajara ganó todo, alzó todos los trofeos y fue dueño y señor del Viejo Continente. Las Chivas fueron Campeones invictos de principio a fin, líderes en puntos, anotaciones, defensiva y el resto de departamentos estadísticos en los torneos en los que se presentaron, además de realizar marcadores de escándalo que dejan impresionado a cualquiera.
Cerca de 100 jovencitos de las Fuerzas Básicas de Chivas, hicieron en Europa que los visores de los grandes clubes mundiales dejaran sus libretas de anotaciones para ponerse de pie y aplaudirles sin cesar a los Supercampeones de Chivas.
Oh Dang!, look at the little B.A.'s
Chivas are the leaders in 3rd division