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Not ready for the MLS? Let Fuego’s futbol prep you in the PDLavatar

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Any of you a hardcore fan of the Fresno Fuego who might be interested in trading your noisemaker for a pair of cleats?   Like the San Jose Earthquakes, the Fuego will also hold open tryouts for the Premier Development League team of Fresno. The franchise is searching for talented players throughout four days of intense screening come January. The Fuego plays out of [...]

Written by Daniel Cásarez

December 17th, 2009 at 12:48 am

Want a shot at Donovan, Blanco or Beckham? San Jose Earthquakes will hold open tryoutsavatar

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Got MLS game? Think you can dance alongside the likes of Donovan, Blanco and the Englishman Beckham? Well here’s your chance to strut your stuff in Major League Soccer.  Northern California’s Major League Soccer franchise San Jose Earthquakes are planning to hold an open tryout at Stanton Field in Santa Clara on Jan. 24. And they’re looking for people who can help turn things [...]

Written by Daniel Cásarez

December 16th, 2009 at 11:27 pm

Brazil’s Second Division soccer is deadly toughavatar

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Players in the Brazlian second-division soccer team Portuguesa were threatened by armed men who entered the locker room after the squad’s sixth loss in the league. Coach, or former coach I should say, Rene Simoes has left the team since the incident took place last Tuesday after a 2-1 loss to Vila Nova. Simoes had [...]

Written by Daniel Cásarez

August 26th, 2009 at 6:36 pm

SuperLiga 2009 is pretty good, if the players want it to beavatar

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The 2009 SuperLiga tournament, which is being played from June 20 to Aug. 5 throughout the United States this week, features teams from the Federación Mexicana de Fútbol against their counterparts in northern America’s Major League Soccer (MLS). L.A. Galaxy’s Landon Donovan once said it was just a way to make money. And at least one Mexican club, Tigres  de [...]

Written by Daniel Cásarez

June 23rd, 2009 at 4:25 pm

2007 Sueño MLS Winner Jorge Flores joins U-20 National Training Campavatar

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You remember the 2007 Sueño MLS winner Jorge Flores from Anaheim, California? Flores’s game on the pitch was enough to beat out thousands of young and talented individuals to become a recognized name in the future of the sport. Flores – a forward, but who will play as a defender – has been chosen to join [...]

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May 14th, 2009 at 10:56 pm

No Way México Could Lose At Azteca; Next Up: Hondurasavatar

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It’s easy to say that México’s triumphant 2-0 victory over Costa Rica last Saturday was a sure bet. The loss to United States (World Ranking is 17) was heartfelt, but not unforeseen. But it’s not a numbers game for El Tri, whose ranked 23rd, against the No. 32 Costa Rica. The win still is pretty good, but again, [...]

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March 31st, 2009 at 10:41 pm

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