Colombians in MLS: Best XI

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  1. themodelcitizen

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    New blog post up with an attempt at an all-MLS Colombian XI:
    http://ultrastoronto.com/2012/10/14/colombias-american-exports-mls-xi/

    I admit I have no idea who should be shoehorned in at right-back - the squad has an abundance of centre backs, no goalkeepers and a lot of attacking midfielders. Anyone else?


  2. Vander Decken IX

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    LOL at using this pick but not including him in the line-up
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  3. SenordrummeR2

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    Agreed. Montero has been a very potent forward since joining the league. Surprised he wasn't on the list.
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    Has Perlaza signed with anyone following his release from the Union?


  5. JasonMa

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    I think Zapata can play right back, though he's better at left.
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    I wonder if him leaving off Montero was intentional to drum up hits to his blog?
  7. themodelcitizen

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    Haha, no, genuinely slipped my mind despite using the pic and mentioning him throughout. If only I had that kind of trolling skill.
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    Chara's been pretty useless, I think Castrillon can be switched with him.
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    Pretty good job this year and the best MLS 36 so far.. The credit should go to his wife.:p
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    Castrillon should be switched with Cardenas. Neither Cardenas nor Chara produce much in the way of assits or goals, but Chara is the more skillful and intelligent player.
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    Is Juan Pablo Ángel (Chivas USA) going to retire now or will he come back next year?
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    I might take the Colombia best 11 against the American Best 11.

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