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Discussion in 'Yanks Abroad' started by drunkguy10, Jul 19, 2010.
Good for JB's career. Bad for his national team aspirations.
Bornstein feels his luck is turning“I train every day in center mid,” said Bornstein. “Every day playing, I’ve felt more comfortable at it and we’ll see if left back ever comes around.”
Is there a chance the Bornstein could come back to the MLS or is he planning on not getting any time in Tigres. Or maybe he could get a look with another team in the FMF.
Bornstein has been transfer listed by Tigres.
Tom Marshall tweeted that Bornstein may be loaned to Queretaro today.
He is going to Atlante on loan instead.
Atlante confirm the loan on Facebook and Twitter (links in the transfer thread for any interested party)
While they agreed in principle to a loan deal at the draft, the suits at Atlante now think he is too expensive and the deal looks to be dead.
Bornstein in the squad video of Tigres:
From Soccer America:
Bornstein stuck at Tigres
Note to self: Do not ask Bornstein to buy your lottery tickets.
Bornstein actually played yesterday!
He came on for the final 5 minutes in a 4-0 win for Tigres over Chiapas.
Bornstein starting agaisnt Real Estelí.
First Tigres player subbed off as they're currently down 1-0 in Nicaragua.
He is wasted as a stay-home central midfielder.
Its at least positive for Bornstein to remember he had a good World Cup. Started 2 matches and played well
Bornstein started and went 90 minutes at left back in a 2-0 loss at Leon yesterday.
Unfortunately, he was called for the PK which resulted in the 2nd goal.
I came to bash Bornstein but that was a blatant dive. The guy really isn't lucky at all.
That was ridiculous Bornstein was a step and a half behind the guy when he glanced over his shoulder and "fell".
That is a terrible call.
9 games played since 2011. That is ridiculous. Time to come back home Jonathan.