Promesas del Futbol Ecuatoriano

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  1. Guayaquileño

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    So ... finally here's a place to talk about the up and coming ballers from our country. Future stars? The next big thing? Replacements for our aging ballers? Let's here you out.

    Guerrero, Montero, Rojas, Mendez, etc ....


  2. Guayaquileño

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    tenemos a la sombrita hurtado... me parece que le haria bien el par de hurtado y campos por ejemplo.
  3. Argentine Futbol

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    that Espinoza kid looks good in Liga. I would say Jairo Campos but he was already in Europe.
  4. b9d23m89

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    Yeah, your talking about La Sombra Espinoza's brother...really solid defender and I've seen he's matured in the last couple of months. I saw him play a couple games at the end of last season (i think) or at the very beginning of this season and he wasn't too secure of what he was doing. But he's shown growth these last couple of months, hopefully he can be a candidate for Hurtado and Espinoza's replacement.


    My thoughts for future promising players:

    Keepers: Dominguez, Manuel Mendoza

    Defenders: Jairo Campos, Alejandro Espinoza, Diego Calderon, Dieson Mendez, Wilson Folleco, Pineida (Sub-17 NT from this year)....Giovanni Nazareno (From what I saw last year, he did a really great job but ruined everything by rushing himself & going to Barcelona...I'm sure if he would have stayed at D.Quito this year he would have had bigger possibilities to be in our NT)

    Midfield: Fernando Guerrero, Jefferson Montero, Fidel Martinez, Zamora, Jefferson Pinto, Jonathan De La Cruz (Sub-17 from this year)

    Forwards: Joao Rojas....and no one else has impressed me


  5. ECUAlex

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    that guy Zamora is real good and he could easily replace castillo in the n.t. hes mad fast and strong good at recovering and i think he has better ball control than castillo imo. any one know how old he is??
  6. Guayaquileño

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    I've seen Zamora's play... he's really good and fast...
  7. \^the king^/

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    I've been saying this forever, and he's about 19 or 20 considering he played for the U-20.
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  9. LDU4ever

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    Wilper Ayovi...apparently that kid in the Alfaro Moreno is pretty good, and hes like 12
  10. Cris 09

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    I don't know much or anything about most of these players but it is good to see a crop of potentials as far as "defenders" go...
  11. Quilotoa

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    After watching some of the Barcelona - Emelec game Folleco had a nice cross for that second goal, but one of yous said the wbs have a tough time playing for Barcelona, but he could start getting called up in place of Reasco for a friendly. I need to see him play more though. I have heard he is more of an attack minded player.
  12. \^the king^/

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    Fidel Martinez is not dead. Lol
    He's been playing with the Cruzeiro U-20 and scoring some goals and training with the first team. He are some snippets of articles that mention him. The translationg isn't great but you can make out what they are basically saying.

    ***" Sub-20 Cruzeiro abrió sus puertas en el estilo de la malicia de la noche del sábado en la categoría. El equipo que mandó el río celestial por Valà © 7 x 0 en nigsplatz Israel Pinheiro, Itabira. Los goles fueron anotados por Magalhães (2), à ‰ der,fidel, Castro, Thiago e Rhuan Metropolitana de Belo Horizonte.

          El equipo celeste dominó todo el partido y creó varias ocasiones.Sin embargo, el equipo ha protagonizado con contusües. El portero y el delantero Douglas Pires saara Eliandro heridos. Ellos sufren golpes y fueron sustituidos por Igor y Fidel, respectivamente. El propietario Wallace sufrió un problema muscular.

    El equipo Júnior Cruzeiro venció el Cabofriense-RJ, de 2 x 1 en esta mañana, que terá § a-feira, en Toca da Raposa I. Los goles fueron anotados por los celestes el delantero ecuatoriano Fidel, la primera vez. Alisson, la caminata será nalti, las contribuciones al equipo de Río de Janeiro en la segunda mitad.

    Los objetivos de la Fox, que busca su sexto título de la competición § à £ o, estuvieron marcados por Mateo, DIKO, Neguete y Dudu, que aún residuos o cobran § § a de pà ª nalti. El tà © Eugène técnica ª nio Souza subió el equipo con Douglas Pires, Diego Renan, Vinicius (Arthur), y Neguete Hyago; Uchoa (Sodré ©), Mateo, Dudu (à ‰ der) y Rodrigo, DIKO (el) y Fidel (Wallace ).

    El entrenador Eugène ª nio Costa se cuenta con un grupo fuerte y con experiencia. Defensores de VinÃcius (foto), Luis EUR oe Neguete, el defensa Diego Renan, el aficionado y los atacantes Dudu DIKO y Fidel tà M ª entrenó con el elenco principal como el de cruceros està ¡involucrado en la Copa Santander Libertadores y Campeonato Brasileño."***



    Didn't he score for us in that mini tournament we played against oman, iran and some other team?.. He should get another call-up.
  13. siempreazul

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    I enjoy the way Joao Rojas plays. He is fast and strong. He moves around from the left and from the right. He has a good shot. He centers the ball effectively. I think he has a good future in Emelec but unfortunately he would not last that long because he might end up going to play in another country. He is still young and has a lot of room for growth. So, let see what the future brings him.
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    Now that I saw Caicedo from Emelec, I would put him on the list of "Promesas".
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    Is Caicedo from Emelec related to Felipe Caicedo?
  16. ECUAlex

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    I've never seen him play so could you guys tell me what type of player he is, who does he play like, and what are his specialties???
  17. b9d23m89

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    he tends to change positions a lot...he kind of plays the same role Joao Rojas plays but on the left. I find it a bit hard to explain who he plays like, I have to see more games to compare him to someone...he's really young though (17 yrs old) and even had a couple games in last year. This year hes played 4 games (started 2) and scored one goal. I would like to see more from him before I label him as a "promesa".
  18. ECUAlex

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    oh ok thanks
  19. Argentine Futbol

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    Promesas de futbol?? Shit, every youth player Liga de quito touches..LMAO!!
  20. b9d23m89

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    true
  21. siempreazul

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    Caicedo from Emelec is really speedy and agile. He tends to kick the ball coming from the right side of the field. He is an interesting player.
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    batioja has 5goals, thats second in the tournament. Id say thats a future prospect.
  25. b9d23m89

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    u-15 NT player??? Haven't seen any of their games but i've heard they're killing it. I'm always checking up on them and it seems we have a powerful team coming up...but it will take A WHILE for us to see any of those players...maybe the Qualifier after the one coming up. Although some may also begin showing their talent at earlier ages (18 or 19)

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