Luk

bold.snak

Bold | Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

1 2 3 ... 1870 1871 1872 ... 3651 3652 3653 Vis alle sider  

Forfatter Indlæg
Deportivo FAS
bruger
14. feb. 2014 12:35
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

Moreno believes in Tauro, looks forward to CCL

PANAMA CITY, Panama – In November of last year, Tauro was crowned champion of Panama for the 12th time and one of the reasons for its success was the play of Luis Moreno.

The defender returned to the club for a fourth time in 2011 after a stint with in Colombia with Deportivo Pereira. He understands very well the responsibilities that come along with wearing the white jersey.

The very friendly Moreno spoke to CONCACAF.com about Tauro’s current campaign and the dream of playing in the CONCACAF Champions League once again.

“Everything is going well, I think we are having a good season to go into the two terms this year,” said Moreno.

After five rounds, the “Toros” are sixth in the Panamanian table with six points. Moreno says it is important that the team, which has a win and three draws in its last four outings, continues to work hard.

“We know the importance of what it is to win a title and be champions and we are working hard to do that,” expressed Moreno. “We know that we are Panama’s most decorated team and that is the pressure we have upon ourselves.”

For the 32-year-old, the sensation and process of winning a title should always be treasured.

“We started slow, but with the passage of the weeks, we were committing ourselves and I think that was the reason for our success,” recalled Moreno about the last year’s championship campaign. “It was a united team from start to finish.”

He also gives credit to the work of head coach Rolando Palma, who was once his teammate at Tauro.

“First, you have to take him as a great person,” pointed out Moreno. “I shared a lot of matches with him in the CONCACAF Champions League and in the domestic league, and now as coach he deserves more respect than when he was a player. I think more than that, he is like family among us.”

One of the squad’s inspirations continues to be teammate Luis Renteria, who is being treated for systemic lupus and lupus nephritis. Renteria continues fighting against it and, fortunately, his health is better.

“Each day hope grows in the best way,” revealed Moreno. “Yesterday he talked with us by telephone and he was able to speak. Thank God he is improving and I think it will be soon when he will once again be with the team.”

By virtue of winning the 2013 Apertura, Tauro will make its fifth appearance in the CONCACAF Champions League, when the 2014-15 edition kicks off later this year. The opportunity to represent his country internationally fills the veteran of three CONCACAF Gold Cups with pride.

“More than represent Tauro, to represent a country is the dream of all players,” Moreno concluded. “One must take the Champions League in the best manner.”
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
Deportivo FAS
bruger
14. feb. 2014 12:36
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

Wondolowski: Toluca in CCL will be “a huge task”

SAN JOSE, California -- After one week back with the San Jose Earthquakes on the heels of a month away with the United States national team, star striker Chris Wondolowski likes what he has seen from his teammates as they collectively get ready for their CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal opener against Toluca on March 11.

“We are shaping up nicely and getting guys fit and healthy,” said Wondolowski following a lengthy preseason training session this week. “We are going to take these next few weeks seriously and hopefully be ready for them.”

The Earthquakes’ chances of advancing in the tournament looked to be slim following successive 1-0 losses, both on the road, to open up last summer’s group stage. However, playing in the friendly confines of Buck Shaw Stadium, San Jose bounced back with two shutout wins to capture Group 5 on goal difference over the Impact de Montreal and Guatemala’s Heredia. Wondolowski scored the game-winning goal in each of the Quakes victories.

The group-clinching win came just days after a scoreless draw at rival LA Galaxy all but eliminated the Earthquakes chances of qualifying for the MLS postseason. And while the sting of missing the MLS Cup playoffs is still felt, Wondolowski was pleased that the team rallied in CCL play and can look forward to a pair of meaningful quarterfinal matches.

“It’s a reward for us,” said Wondolowski. “Last year we started off with two huge goals: make the playoffs and advance in the Champions League. While the first didn’t happen, the second one did. We are going to continue striving to do better.

In addition to its series with Toluca, San Jose has a daunting stretch of games to open its 2014 MLS season. As echoed by everyone on the Quakes team and coaching staff, surviving in the Champions League and getting off to great start in league play are challenges they embrace.

“That’s what we’re gearing up and getting ready for,” said Wondolowski. “Toluca is a heck of a team, though, and we know it’s going to be a huge task and a tall order.”

Toluca’s season is well underway, perhaps giving the Liga MX side an edge when it comes to match fitness as compared to San Jose, which is still in preseason. Instead, Wondolowski sees the possibility that the under-the-radar Earthquakes might surprise their opponent and looks forward to having the side make its 2014 debut with so much on the line.

“Very excited,” said Wondolowski. “It’s going to be a great test of where we are as a team, and it’s definitely going to be a big battle, but I love those.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
NPato7
bruger
14. feb. 2014 12:37
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

@Deportivo

Jeg er også meget tilfreds med de 3 point. Vi har et godt tag om de uruguayske klubber (9 kampe, 8 sejre 1 uafgjort på international grund), mens det halter mod de colombianske. Jeg mener sgu, at vi har trukket "grupo de morte" af alle, så jeg håber søreme, vi vinder alle hjemmebanekampene og tager minimum et point mod Newell´s i Rosario.
BRASSER PODCASTEN: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/brasserbold/id1084900607?mt=2

-A Seleção Brasileira og Brasiliansk fodbold! (Garrincha > Pelé)

Grêmio fan, KUN GRÊMIO:
https://i.ytimg.com/vi/NwzoNF7bujA/maxresdefault.jpg

Dette indlæg er blevet rettet 14. feb. 2014 12:38 af NPato7
Deportivo FAS
bruger
14. feb. 2014 12:45
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

@ NPATO

Tror i snupper førstepladsen , Atl Nacional kan sagtens snuppe 2 pladsen. Newell´s virker ikke superskarpe - så deres kamp i weekenden mod Boca, da jeg ikke kunne finde et ordentligt link til GRE-NAL - gal en langgaber, da ha for mange gamle spillere, Maxi, Trezeguet, Heinze - Banega spillede som en sæk kartofler - det hold ha ikke fundet i 10 turneringskampe nu - kunne godt ligge 3 point og vente ;-)

Iøvrigt virker den her Tinga-episode at være blæst helt ude proportioner , så´en lidt Giraffen Marius over det...
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ

Dette indlæg er blevet rettet 14. feb. 2014 12:48 af Deportivo FAS
Deportivo FAS
bruger
14. feb. 2014 13:21
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

Why aren´t clubs behind Brazil´s "Common Sense" movement?

Posted by Tim Vickery

A couple of years ago I spent the Soccerex business conference in Rio sitting in the VIP Lounge, eating the nuts and occasionally doing an interview. In such an environment there seemed one natural question to ask: what could Brazil learn from European football?

Without exception, every Brazilian player with top-flight European experience gave enthusiastic and interesting answers. But when I made the same enquiry to a bigwig director of the local game, he spat back his reply as if the very question was an offence. "Nothing," he said.

There are plenty of intricacies to the rising tension between Brazil´s footballers and the game´s administrators. But the essence of the thing can be found right there: the players know more about their industry than the directors. They know that if average crowds in the Brazilian first division are lower than those in, say, Major League Soccer, then their game is operating well below its potential. But they are powerless.

Organised across all the major clubs in a movement known as "Bom Senso" (Common Sense), the revolt of Brazil´s players is a clear echo of the massive street protests seen last June and July, an uprising with which it shares one giant similarity, but with which it also has one significant difference.

The similarity is the revolt against an outdated power structure, unable to cope with rising and changing demands.

The difference is this: the street protests were by their very nature diffuse affairs, with little in the way of organised leadership or specific demands. The strong emotional content caused one local specialist to argue that they could more easily be explained by a psychologist than a social scientist.

"Bom Senso," on the other hand, is organised and focused. The players have the backing of medical specialists and top lawyers as they go about making their case that the structure of Brazilian football needs to change. The fact that they have a defined, pro-change agenda would seem to mean that conflict is unavoidable -- because the players´ demand for a better organised calendar strikes right at the heart of the game´s power structure.

Here is where some of those intricacies have to come in. Brazil is a federal country, divided into 27 states. Power inside the CBF, Brazil´s FA, rests not with the major clubs, but with the presidents of the 27 state federations. In turn, these base their power on having as many gaining the support of as many small clubs as possible within their region.

The entire system is based on the control of the small and the weak -- which helps explain why the Brazilian Joao Havelange was such a master of FIFA politics in his reign as president from 1974-98.

The over-riding aim of the state federations is to retain their local competitions, the state championships, which in most cases run from January to May -- this year, they´ll run until April as the domestic game pauses for the World Cup. In these competitions, giant clubs face tiny opponents; not in a cup context, where the charm lies in the threat of an upset, but on a league basis. There is no connection between the state championships and the national league, which starts immediately afterwards.

This structure has a number of implications.

There is no time for a proper pre-season, since so many games are being crammed into the year. The national championship has no chance to build to a "big kick-off" extravaganza -- one of the highlights of the season in any normal campaign -- since there is no pause beforehand.

Also, the Brazilian league is thrown out of sync with the rest of the world. FIFA dates cannot be respected -- the clubs are expected to release players for international duty in the knowledge that they will miss domestic games.

It becomes all the harder for Brazilian clubs to hold on to their best players. Who would really want to play a meaningless game on a sub-standard pitch in an empty stadium when they could be in the Champions League?

The structure, then, creates serious problems for the big clubs, making it all but impossible for them to compete with the European giants for players.

But "Bom Senso" is much more than merely a movement of elite players, though some have tried to portray it as such. The current calendar is also hardly in the interests of the players at the other end of the scale, those with clubs outside the four national divisions. As far as they are concerned, the year usually ends in May when the State Championship comes to an end. Thereafter their club typically has no competitive games, and no need of professional players.

One of the slogans of "Bom Senso" is "a better football for everyone" but can this be achieved inside the current structure? Is there room for a typical Brazilian compromise?

There would seem to be only one way out; state championships in which the small clubs play against each other on a league basis, qualifying for the right to meet the bigger teams in a midweek cup. Is the current power structure willing to be this flexible? Or is conflict the only outcome?

The big mystery in all of this is the stance of the big clubs. They are caught in a structure that actively works against their interests and yet do nothing about it.

A good example comes from the biggest of them all, Flamengo of Rio. At the end of last year they were at home in the second leg of the Brazilian Cup final. They raised ticket prices through the roof. A director explained that it was necessary because in the first months of the following campaign, during the state championships, the club would make very little at the box office.

It left an obvious question hanging; why on earth, then, do you bother taking part in the state championships? Why don´t you work towards a calendar and a structure that is more in your interests?

The hope is that with the "Bom Senso" movement, the players are doing the hard work for them.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
Deportivo FAS
bruger
14. feb. 2014 13:23
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

Chivas in transition as Fierro, Chaton return from injury

GUADALAJARA -- Chivas manager Jose Luis "Guero" Real is under no illusions about the state of his current side and gave a frank and revealing press conference on Thursday ahead of Sunday’s home game against Queretaro.

Real stated his team is obviously in "transition", but that doesn´t mean the goal of becoming champion has changed.

"We have the desire to become champions, to play nice football so that people are happy, but the reality could be different," admitted Real.

"To say ´transition´ isn´t resigning from the fight to be champion," he added. "You know that we are in transition and however things are we have to look to be the best."

The 61-year-old´s assessment was an honest appraisal of Chivas at present, after a difficult, rollercoaster period over recent years.

Maybe it is time to take stock.

The good times for Chivas fans have included Javier Hernandez guiding the club to a regular season second place finish in the Bicentenario 2010, a Copa Libertadores final in the same year and the wave of optimism that swept through the institution when Johan Cruyff was announced as an advisor to oversee an overhaul of Guadalajara.

But those moments of hope have been punctuated in more than equal measure by periods of crisis and major disappointments. Chivas became the first Mexican club to go out in the group stage of the CONCACAF Champions League in 2012; they endured an awful 2012 Copa Libertadores (losing 5-0 to Deportivo Quito in its final game) and had what can only be described as a disastrous 2013.

Of course, owner Jorge Vergara´s regular proclamations of grandeur and of Chivas constantly being on the brink of greatness don´t help to bring any perspective or create a feeling that there is a long term plan, something that Real´s realism does suggest.

The big question, as ever, is whether Vergara will give Real or anyone else enough chance to properly reconstruct and build a team?

In the shorter term, two key pieces of any potential transition of the team are back for Sunday, with Jorge Enriquez and Carlos Fierro both given the green light on Wednesday to return to full training.

It is a major boost for Real, who this week got the bad news that starter Jesus "Chapo" Sanchez will be out for three months following a knee operation and that left back Gerardo Rodriguez won’t be ready to face Queretaro.

Nestor de la Torre

The potential for a future return of Nestor De la Torre -- the director of football when Chivas won their last title in the 2006 Apertura -- to the club took a step backwards this week.

Vergara accused De la Torre of being the force behind the sale of Chivas´ second division team Tapatio last Friday, forcing the former director to defend himself on ESPN´s "Jorge Ramos y su Banda" on Monday.

De la Torre stated he had already left the club when Tapatio was sold and he would´ve opposed it, due to the fact it had been a fundamental part of the development process for young players making the jump from youth competition to the first team.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
Deportivo FAS
bruger
14. feb. 2014 13:26
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

Sanchez seeking truth about Vela

Carlos Vela may or may not be the "Lionel Messi" of Mexico´s national team, as ex-El Tri coach Hugo Sanchez stated to Mexican media recently, but one thing is certain: Sanchez is most definitely an annoying element to the current hierarchy of national team leadership.

The former coach is too outspoken for their liking, and he pulled no punches in his assessment of the current situation in which Mexico finds itself.

"If for some reason Messi didn´t want to go [to the World Cup], the coach, the president, the directors, everyone, would need to beg him to play with the team," Sanchez stated. "For us, Carlos Vela is like Argentina´s Messi, or like Cristiano Ronaldo is for Portugal. At that level, we can´t allow ourselves the luxury of not having our best player on the national team."

Put aside whether the scenario of Argentina or Portugal begging those players would happen -- it´s purely imaginary because neither country has to do it. Both Ronaldo and Messi have reported for duty with their squads time and again in international competition. Vela has not.

Current coach Miguel Herrera and director Hector Gonzalez Inarritu would love to put the blame for that squarely at Vela´s feet and did as much in their recent announcement that Vela would not participate in the World Cup after meeting with the player. Vela himself released a letter stating that he did not feel 100% ready and also, that it wasn´t really fair of him to join the team after not being part of the qualifying campaign.

In Sanchez´s view, whether or not Vela is completely ready or did enough to help the team qualify is immaterial. He´s the best, so he should be part of the team, goes the basic logic. The calling out of the FMF for not doing enough to bring Vela back in to the team is clear.

"Some players should be given preferential treatment," Sanchez claimed. "Not everyone is equal."

The former Real Madrid player also threw out a bit of a veiled challenge to Vela himself. Sanchez pointed out that he had his own issues in his day with the federation, and was direct and public with his reasons.

Sanchez mentioned his distrust for powerful directors Emilio Maurer and Francisco Ibarra, stating that he told the federation he would not play while the two were part of the organization. He kept that promise and did not return until they left.

Vela has been circumspect and vague about specifics concerning his problems with the federation.

Sanchez did raise one specific point, however, that could possibly be a motive for Vela. In his view, Mexico´s players aren´t treated fairly, especially in relation to how lucrative their earnings are for the federation.

"Fifty percent of the profits generated by Spain´s national team are given to their players -- so they are really taken into consideration," Sanchez attested.

Sanchez relishes the role of national team critic, but he also has an insider´s view of things, as both a former national team player and coach, so his perspective is more valid than most.

One thing is clear, Sanchez has thrown down a gauntlet to Herrera and company -- and perhaps even to Vela -- that the issue of Vela not going to the World Cup was decided too soon. All parties, in his view, should return to the negotiating table and come back with a new deal.

Whether one considers Sanchez a blowhard or not, it´s not a stretch to think the entire matter of the European visit was a rushed affair that likely put Vela on the spot in a defensive manner. Who, if not the FMF representatives, even planted the idea in his head that it wasn´t fair for him to go to the World Cup instead of another player who had taken part in qualifying? Who else could have given Vela the idea that his locker room return would be less than welcoming? Or even if Vela trusted in the loyalty of fellow players, some of whom he has known since he was a young teenager, could he have despaired of winning over a coaching staff and team directors resentful of his popularity and earlier avoidance of national team duty?

We may never know the complete truth. Yet Sanchez, for one, isn´t content with the answers currently put out by the federation. He has a point. Vela is too good for his loss to be accepted without question, even if the questions make Mexico´s federation uncomfortable.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
Deportivo FAS
bruger
14. feb. 2014 13:30
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

Five things we learned from Leon’s win vs. Flamengo

LEON, Mexico -- Copa Libertadores sophomores Club Leon defeated Brazilian giants Flamengo 2-1 on Wednesday in the Estadio Leon to pick up a vital three points in the first round of matches in Group 7 of the continental competition.

In a game that should´ve been more comfortable after Amaral was sent off for the visitors in the 12th minute, Franco Arizala netted a 68th-minute winner for La Fiera to ease both the home crowd’s nerves and those of Mauro Boselli, who had attempted a Panenka-style penalty kick seven minutes earlier that was easily saved by Flamengo ´keeper Felipe.

Here are five things to take from Leon´s performance:

Leon´s eagerness to attack is both good and bad

Just after Leon took the lead in a frantic second half, Flamengo broke dangerously, before William Yarbrough intercepted a cross to cut out the threat. The keeper then threw the ball out instantly to Carlos Pena, who in turn sought out Arizala on the right wing as Leon went on the attack.

It was a sign of exactly what this Leon side is all about: going for the jugular and scoring goals. Other teams may have calmed down the game, kept possession and patiently seen out the clock.

On Wednesday, it just about worked out for Leon, exemplified by manager Gustavo Matosas´ substitution of Juan Ignacio Gonzalez for the more attacking Arizala, even at 1-0 up in the first half.

With its offensive DNA, Leon is set to become one of the most exciting teams in the Libertadores. Matosas said in the post-game news conference that La Fiera will be going to South America and taking the game to rivals, which is noble, but teams with such an outlook rarely go on to win this competition, even if they do win plaudits.

Leon the city is ripe for Libertadores

With face-painted fans chanting before the game and a very impressive turn-out for a game kicking off at 6 p.m. local time (most people in Mexico finish work at 7 p.m.), Leon looked and felt like a dignified representative of Mexican soccer on Wednesday.

The club has even released a special jersey for the competition. The excitement all feels a little like Club Tijuana´s giddy ride in the South American tournament last season.

Luis Montes is even better live than on television

"El Chapo" (Shorty) is called that for a reason: He´s not the tallest player out there.

But what he doesn´t possess in the height department, he certainly makes up for with his heart, drive and skill. Montes was a ball of energy on Wednesday, spraying the ball round and flying into tackles.

The 27-year-old is also fascinating to watch in a positional sense, playing nominally in left midfield, but also cutting inside regularly to allow left back Edwin Hernandez and Matias Britos to drift out onto the wing.

Set plays are a major problem

The Flamengo team that arrived in Mexico was physically superior, and it was no surprise when Victor Caceres equalized for the Brazilian side just before halftime after being left unmarked from a set piece. The warning signs had already shown earlier in the half.

In the second half, Flamengo saw another effort hit the post. Defending set pieces is an aspect of the game in which Leon is going to have to work hard on for the continental competition, with the physical side of the game much greater in the Libertadores than in the Liga MX.

Libertadores is a priority for Leon

It´s politically not very correct in Mexican soccer circles to come out and say that the Copa Libertadores is a priority, but all the noises coming out of Leon suggest that it is.

Matosas -- a winner of the competition as a player -- understands what the Libertadores means and has previously indicated that he wants to coach in Europe. The tournament offers him a window of opportunity.

In the news conference after the game, Matosas didn´t want to talk about Leon´s game on Saturday against Monterrey. His team selection -- considering La Fiera plays in Bolivar next Wednesday -- will be fascinating, with the prospect of key players being rested in the league to feature in the Libertadores.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
Deportivo FAS
bruger
14. feb. 2014 13:37
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

Filipe Luís would prefer Monaco move over Manchester United state Mundo Deportivo

Atlético Madrid defender Filipe Luís would prefer a move to AS Monaco over Manchester United according to Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo.

The 28-year-old has been excellent for Diego Simeone´s side this season as they have taken La Liga by surprise and sit joint top of the table alongside Barcelona and Real Madrid with just 15 games remaining.

Mundo Deportivo believe that Filipe Luís would prefer a move to Ligue 1 with new force Monaco over a switch to England with the Manchester side.

They don´t quote the defender but insist their sources believe that this is the case.

If the defender did make the move to Monaco he would join former team mate Radamel Falcao.

This news comes after another Spanish daily AS report that Man United recently bid €20 million for the left-back but it was rejected hy Atlético.

Filipe Luís will be doing his best to forget about the transfer speculation and look to be focused on helping his side try to go top of the league on their own.

Atlético host Real Valladolid on Saturday afternoon and could temporarily go top of the Spanish league should they win or pick up a point.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
Deportivo FAS
bruger
14. feb. 2014 13:38
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

Cruzeiro´s under-20 midfielder Luis Felipe expresses delight over recent United States U-20 call up

Brazilian-American Luis Felipe has admitted he would be "so happy" to represent the United States in the 2015 under-20 World Cup.

Felipe, of Cruzeiro´s U-20 team, was born to Brazilian parents in New York but has lived in Brazil since he was a toddler.

The 17-year-old was called up to a US U-20 camp in January and has been talking to American Soccer Now about his time with the United States team.

He also admitted he never even dreamed of having the opportunity to represent his country. Felipe said: "I never thought about the national team of Brazil or the national tean of the United States.

"I grew up in Brazil and I never thought I´d be playing for the national team of the United States. It was just a dream and now it´s coming true.

"I´ve thought about the U-20 World Cup in New Zealand all the time. I would be so happy to go.

The young midfielder may be involved in the Dallas Cup in April if the US U-20 World Cup head coach Tab Ramos has his way.

Felipe revealed his delight at being called up, adding: "I was so happy.

"I didn´t expect to be called. It was very good too. They have very good players.

"It was the first time I met the players. I didn´t know anybody but my roommate, Matt Miazga from the Red Bulls. He was a great guy. I made a lot of friends.

"It surprised me. I think I played well. Tab talked to me about the next call-up and I want to go."
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ

Bold | Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

1 2 3 ... 1870 1871 1872 ... 3651 3652 3653 Vis alle sider