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Discussion in 'Ecuador - Players Abroad' started by Manolo, Sep 23, 2008.
Ecuador's very own Mario Balotelli!
Guerron and Valencia did play together exactly 4 years ago against Argentina in Buenos aires. Valencia played defensive mid in a 4-5-1, and Guerron stayed on the right. Ecuador played brilliant that game, Valencia bossed the midfield and Guerron was a headache on the counterattack. No reason we can't play that same strategy again in June, I don't think we'll play 2 strikers in Buenos Aires.
It wasn't him who screamed racism...it was hundreds of racist Spanish fans in the stadium. The ref had to stop the game and the team was fined.
I'm glad Guerron is scoring, but hopefully he can move to a team playing against very competitive opponents and replicate these same feats. And 4 goals per game is not what I am referring to, but just consistent demonstrations of growth and maturity on the pitch. I wonder what'll happen if Paranaense gets an offer for him. Do they sell him? Or vow to keep him for a promotion battle back to the top-flight.
I just always hope that Guerron fixes his attitude, because when he does, I agree with some of the other posters, the sky is the limit. He has the raw talent, just needs the humility and some defense sprinkled in...he'd be a monster of epic proportions.
But for now, I enjoy watching the highlight reel
Thats exactly how i feel too. Hes a solid player ,playing in a second division. I would expect him to put up good performances week out . I really want to see him succeed. he has all the ability one could wish for.
it's official that America is interested in signing Guerron for the Apertura in Mexico this coming season. Confirmed by the President.
I think it's a good move for Guerron. The Brazilian league is ten times better and his chances of moving up back to first division may be strong but the ONLY way he'll set foot back on the NT is if he goes to Mexico. Rueda won't be able to ignore Guerron if he's playing in America along side Benitez (if he remains there) and does a good job. No way in hell! It's either that or he goes to one of the top European leagues and stands out- which is less likely to occur at this point. Guerron needs to think about it, and make the damn move or he'll never be back on the NT.
Agreed, good move on all sides. America needs a winger with speed and aggressiveness, and Guerron needs to be on a team that has its games shown on TV.
It's too bad they didn't sign him after the 2008 Libertadores, I recall there was interest but Getafe paid a higher fee. I don't think America will ever forget how he absolutely RAPED their team in the semifinal.
Ask anyone in Europe who Antonio Valencia is and they'll tell you... Amazonia tank from Ecuador!!!
Ask anyone in Europe who Italo Estupiñan is and they say Who?
Ask anyone in Europe who Alex Aguinaga is and they say Who?
That is the Mexican league....I wish the very best To Guerron. at the age of 27, go out there and make all the money you can because this will probably be your last big payday.
well it's too late when your 27 and playing in second division in Brazil b/c you had no other option. I still think til this day that he had what it took to play in the Premier League. But some things aren't meant to happen. His attitude screwed things up along with that horrible experience he had in Spain.
I hope America signs him and he shines there. They made a formal offer today and now it's up to Guerron and Atl. Paranaense to make the decision. I'm personally sick of seeing all our players immigrate to the Mexican league, but this is one player I want to see in the Mexican simply b/c he needs to return to the NT.
And this is important because being famous in Europe is required to be a footballing legend.
He's going to China...Beijing Guaon to be exact, it's official...we'll Never see Guerron back in the NT
Player Age Nationality from to fee salary
Lucas Barrios 27 Paraguay Borussia Dortmund (GER) Guangzhou Evergrande €8.5m €27m for four years
Didier Drogba 34 Côte d'Ivoire Chelsea (ENG) Shanghai Shenhua free €12m for 2.5 years
Giovanni Moreno 25 Colombia Racing Club (ARG) Shanghai Shenhua $9m $9m for 3 years
Yakubu Aiyegbeni 29 Negeria Blackburn Rovers (ENG) Guangzhou R&F £5.7m unknown
Rubén Suárez 33 Spain Levante (ESP) Guizhou Renhe unknown unknown
Simão Mate Junior 23 Mozambique Panathinaikos (GRE) Shandong Luneng free €4m for 1.5 years
Isaac Chansa 28 Zambia Orlando Pirates (RSA) Henan Jianye unknown unknown
Frédéric Kanouté 34 Mali Sevilla (ESP) Beijing Guo'an free unknown
Joffre Guerrón 27 Ecuador Atlético Paranaense (BRA) Beijing Guo'an $3m $2m for 1 year
Guerron will be playing at Beijing Workers Stadium capacity 66,000 plus.
He's going to destroy the Chinese league
He is going to be smashing some chines putis nice.