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Discussion in 'Mexico: Club Cups and Competitions' started by Deleted USer, Jan 14, 2007.
Probably cause of el
Hey its better then an abañil.
They also had a cement mix costal.
Cruz Azul's mascot used to be los Conejos a long time ago but was later changed to Los Cementeros and La Maquina Celeste
Acabo de escuchar que 8 titulares del America no viajaron(memo, cuauh, gringo, oscar rojas, y los demas no me acuerdo)
Entonces van a jugar con un equipo B. Pinche tena no se ke piensa. Necesitamos ganar este partido, o por lo menos un empate.
Esta pendejo el wey, alomejor nadie le dijo que si no trae puntos quedamos fuera, pero en una de esas y lo corren y nos libramos de el.........claro lo van a correr hasta el final de la temporada......
Tena has stated before that his priority is the league, not the Libertadores, so it doesn't surprise me.
primero se quejan de que no les damos chance a los jovenes despues por que no juegan los titulares!
quien chingados los entiende!
aguante america con lo que se pueda!!!!
The right time to play younger guys is in the league where classification is almost a given at this point. America still can progress to the next round of the libertadores, so it does seem like they are sending up the white flag. A glub of Americas stature should never do that. Looking at things optomisticly, this could expidite the development of some of these younger guys. Ochoa was thrown into the Libertadores as a rookie on the road and he turned out well.
Well good thing Chivas never threw up the white flag they went pretty far in copa libertadores! Look at Pachuca they won the tournament they never threw up the white flag I guess club america is running out of gas doesn't surprise me
Seeing América apparently ignore Libertadores by sending so many suplentes to Paraguay, coupled with Miguel España more or less doing the same thing with Pumas when he was the coach and they were in Libertadores makes me wonder, is there even any real benefit to playing Copa Libertadores?
We all know about the intangible benefits like experience against good teams in South America, and pride if the club decides to take it seriously and does well, but is there a more practical reason to play this tournament and try to win? Is it profitable?
There must not be if a club can just blow it off like this.
Kind of lame because this [and la sudamericana] is the only competitive international tournament available to us [considering that you run into some teams in CCC that aren't even professional] and apparently effort is optional.
América defeats Libertad 2-1 with Salvador Cabañas scoring both goals.
Group 1 positions:
Libertad: 3-1-1 (8/4; +4) 10 pts.
CF América: 3-0-2 (10/9; +1) 9 pts.
CA Banfield: 3-0-2 (8/7; +1) 9 pts.
El Nacional: 0-1-4 (3/9; -6) 1 pts.
Here are the remaining games:
Apr. 18- Banfield-Libertad at Banfield-Buenos Aires
Apr. 18- América-El Nacional at México DF
got to like Americas chances of moving on and even winning the group.
I do, but the the longer the season continues the more and more I am losing confidence with America's coach.
From not managing the team well to not knowing how to rotate the players....
I hope he proves me wrong.
And I can't belive some of you guys wanted this guy as our NT coach
Mosco do us all a favor and get the hell out of here! and come back when you have something good to say!
when the nominations were beign made they were taking what he had done in Chiapas NOT America!
stop embarrassing our league!!
a cual pendejo administrador de BigSoccer se le ocurrio decir que no se puede dar frequentemente la rep negativa a los idiotas.
como artas, estupido
Neg-repped for Newbishness
Donde estan los talibanes cuando se les necesita????
where the f uck is the Red Card!
Good Luck to you guys tonight. Make Mexico proud
América tied with El Nacional 1-1 at the half.
Banfield-Libertad scoreless at halftime.
Libertad takes a 1-0 lead over Banfield at 53:50.
Santiago Fernández gives América a 2-1 lead.