LDU Quito, Part 3 (r)

Discussion in 'Ecuador - Clubs' started by Gourcuff_07, Nov 26, 2010.

  1. javer

    javer Member

    Sep 11, 2012
    Club:
    Liga de Quito
    Dam we need to go all out for a new GK then. Leodan Chala doesnt cut it for me as an 8 month Gabba replacement. Now im really talking about going for Gazzaniga, Omar Carabali and shit even Galindez.
     
  2. javer

    javer Member

    Sep 11, 2012
    Club:
    Liga de Quito
    Going after Galindez will be hard I dont think Catholica will let him go so easily and part of me didnt think he would want to leave anyways. But it nice to see other fans thinking the same way as me and that it getting attention. Galindez would be a perfect solution. I really like him and he would fit Liga perfectly. Honestly we should sign him and Omar carabali. Prep Omar to be his replacement the same way we did with Dominguez years back. After all this I think it safe to let Gabba go. His age, drop in performance, and now injuries have justified the end to his cycle with us.

    https://ecuagol.com/noticias/ligapro/foto-hernan-galindez-lanza-guino-a-equipo-de-ligapro/177126/
     
  3. LDU4ever

    LDU4ever Moderator
    Staff Member

    Liga de Quito
    Ecuador
    Nov 21, 2004
    Miami, FL
    Club:
    Liga de Quito
    Nat'l Team:
    Ecuador
    He will likely head up some part of the talent development system moving ahead. He seems very invested in staying in Ecuador despite his family's wine business back home.
     
  4. javer

    javer Member

    Sep 11, 2012
    Club:
    Liga de Quito
    That would be cool I like seeing players like him retire in Ecuador and take that route. Pablo Saucedo, Alfaro Moreno, Norberto Araujo all have academy.


    There are rumor that we already have a GK confirmed for our league to join. I hope it really is Galindez. A few players have been confirmed to leave and we are finally going after Andres Lopez. It a little late to go after him IMO we should have gone after him years ago Id say we are about 3 years late. God dam it Esteban. I guess it was now or never especially now considering there arent many options. We should sign a back up for him as well either Joffre Monroy or Denilson Bolanos. Both interesting and young options we will need it in the future. Christopher Tutalchá is the only option I can think of that can be a good back up LB for Liga. And If we go after a CB Gustavo Vallecilla, Jairo Jimenez, Eddie Guevara are good options. Vallecilla loan is ending if his team doesnt renew and we need a CB I would go for him.

    Players confirmed to leave are:

    Pedro Pablo Perlaza, Lucas Villarruel, Moisés Corozo y Luis Ayala
     
  5. javer

    javer Member

    Sep 11, 2012
    Club:
    Liga de Quito
    Galindez to Liga seem to be a done deal. Happy to see him finally come to our team. Ive always liked him and always wanted him to come although I never thought he would leave Catholica. Glad he did tho we need him and he a perfect fit for our team.


    Marini said he wanted Miguel Parrales. He doesnt interest me at all TBH. I dont think he would fit in out team. Honestly if we are gonna go for a striker I think the options of players we have aboard are much more interesting. Mike Cevallos, Luis Arroyo, even Jordan Gaspar would be interesting to go for.
     
  6. javer

    javer Member

    Sep 11, 2012
    Club:
    Liga de Quito
    Jhon Santacruz from Macara seems more promising than Parrales also we are said to be going after Aaron Rodriguez. I hope it true even though Emelec seems be the main option for him.
     
  7. javer

    javer Member

    Sep 11, 2012
    Club:
    Liga de Quito
    Players confirmed to leave:

    Jordy Alcívar, Anderson Ordóñez, Moisés Corozo, Pedro Pablo Perlaza, Juan Cruz Kaprof, Luis Amarilla, Lucas Villarruel, Billy Arce y José Cárdenas.
     
  8. LDU4ever

    LDU4ever Moderator
    Staff Member

    Liga de Quito
    Ecuador
    Nov 21, 2004
    Miami, FL
    Club:
    Liga de Quito
    Nat'l Team:
    Ecuador
    That's gonna sting.

    Lots of slots to fill.

    The team's deficit is also pretty staggering. Not as big as BSC, but we're definitely entering a few years of possible financial boostrapping until we can get the house in order.
     
  9. javer

    javer Member

    Sep 11, 2012
    Club:
    Liga de Quito
    Yes gamboling on foreigners and giving them long contract along with buying older players that were declining in form didnt help our debt problems these past few years. We need to make money so bad. Our only income was selling Alcivar.

    On the other hand I was glad to see some name leaves PPP huge decline in form need replacement ASAP, Kaprof never consistently in form was a huge gamble signing him, Villaruel also never consistently in form not needed now with Scotto. I hope we do release Mercado. Dont renew the guy that been constantly injured the past 2 years come on.


    Ive threw my ideal local league signing all cheap, young, and very obtainable I hope we see them on our team next season. I can forget my Ideal foreigners even with loan, salary would still be over budget.



    We have to start spitting our more youth players. Jhojan Julio is ready for sale. can a Brazilian team please pick him up for 2.5m. Man I wish Guerra and PPP would of have gotten picked up when they getting rumors. Unlucky lost for us as they declined.
     
  10. LDU4ever

    LDU4ever Moderator
    Staff Member

    Liga de Quito
    Ecuador
    Nov 21, 2004
    Miami, FL
    Club:
    Liga de Quito
    Nat'l Team:
    Ecuador
    #1260 LDU4ever, Dec 1, 2021 at 8:01 AM
    Last edited: Dec 1, 2021 at 8:06 AM
    For all practical purposes, we'd be counting pennies (even if it's a lot of them) by way of player sell-offs on the first team. The money is made on the cantera - a deep roster of farm system players that can be negotiated abroad on contracts that pay Liga a 2-way windfall (the clause for the youth development + % ownership in the contract). That's a number's game. For every 1 Gonzalo Plata or Hincapie that gets signed elsewhere, we'll have many "busts".

    Solvency, too, falls on community engagement (fans, sponsors, and other stakeholders) - deals are better for sponsors and more compelling when matches are well attended and TV ratings are high. Fans are ideally purchasing officially licensed merchandise and paying for tickets to matches. I'd say this is a huge indictment on Ecuadorian footballing culture as a whole - we simply don't pack stadiums or loyally purchase licensed gear....hell, even season ticket packages are low by many standards. Much of this is probably attributable to low wages and tight household budgets, and I can't judge too hard, but as a whole, the league will always suffer due to these social crutches. Whether or not we like to admit it, there is a lot of fair weather attendance as well. This drives me crazy. I don't understand how Liga, Barcelona, and Emelec can't fill up at least half of their stadium on a regular basis.

    Leadership helps to alleviate the interest on debt by repackaging it to more favorable interest rates - this is probably the best possible short term fix.

    The team will probably skew younger over the next 2-5 years to help keep payroll lower. The challenge is finding the RIGHT senior squad members who can help keep younger guys in check.
     
  11. javer

    javer Member

    Sep 11, 2012
    Club:
    Liga de Quito
    We are very far from getting to the football culture you see in stadium in European leagues. I envy MLS because even though football is not the culture here their in stadium experience and support from fans is amazing. Even the new expansion teams that came out manage to get a huge amount of local supporters.


    And I agree we will go with a young squad here going forward it our only option really cant spend on signings it a little upsetting that we had to come to this to start looking at our youth properly.
     

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