Cruz Azul-Concacaf Champions League 2010/11 Thread

Discussion in 'Cruz Azul' started by El Chompiras, Aug 5, 2009.

  1. Otaku

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    My point was the ref sucked for both sides. He make key mistakes on both sides. The match was 3-1, after that no major mistakes by the ref were made that effected the score. We put in some subs and you guys bunkered. Meaning your tactics did you in.


    Please, we had enough grit and kept pressuring even when things were almost done for us. We showed you how to play and keep a lead.


  2. Otaku

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    Ask your fellow MLS'ers what thats like playing Mexican teams at home.


    Don't worry, when we go to Salt Lake we will school you there too.
  3. Of_Wires_And_Birds

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    Obviously Cruz Azul hasnt been there yet.

    How about we make it interesting then, If Cruz Azul beat RSL at home you will change your sig and avie to one of my choosing and vice versa.
  4. Of_Wires_And_Birds

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    This...by me :)


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    Considering your club is only a couple of years old, you probably meant RSL has NEVER! been outclassed at home. :D:D:D

    If Cruz Azul shows up with their starting 11 on that visit to Salt Lake, you guys better have better excuses for your imminent loss.
  6. RSLer

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    that was a good game.... no excuses... lol .... outclassed? look at the score again ...common dude... i thought RSL had it, but i guess not... good game...
  8. Of_Wires_And_Birds

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  10. RSLer

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    By the way, none of my posts are meant as disrespect to Cruz Azul. I actually enjoyed the game and am disappointed at the way it ended.

    I hope the first 11 does come up to Salt Lake City. We enjoy good soccer and Cruz Azul = top flight soccer. It would be a treat for us to see the first 11. I doubt our coach will make the same bunkering mistake twice against you. It will be a great game.
  11. das001

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    I just got home to watch the last 15 min of the game and could not be happier... not just because we won, but while I was watching Chuleta score I was thinking how he deserves a shot in the NT and of course I just found out he got called, which is excellent news.
  12. Otaku

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    There is no deserve, would have, could have, should have in football. You deal with the circumstances of the game and adjust. It sucks, just like last year when we were going to win this very tournament. If our defense would have made a good pass, if our mid could have cut it out, if our defense would have covered faster, if our goalie would have been a bit quicker, we would have been champs. 20 seconds from the end and thanks to the away goal rule we are second.

    But thats the game, its one of the few sports where your work doesn't always give you results and sometimes it just comes down to luck or a mistake.
  13. Duiz

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    Increíble partido. Mi equipo. que en si nunca, fuera de unos partidos insignificantes en Argentina, había jugado fuera de nuestra liga, dio problemas hasta el ultimo minuto a los campeones de la CONCACAF. Yo pienso que hasta cierto punto puedo estar satisfecho.

    Cruz Azul tuvo dificultades habituándose a las condiciones pesimas meteorológicas y tambien a las condiciones de la cancha. Real Salt Lake, por la mayor parte domino el partido, y despues de ciertas substituciones, perdió el control del partido, y Cruz Azul hizo lo que debio hecho desde el principio, ponerse los pantalones y dominar su hogar. Un partido no dura 75 minutos, y mereció perder. La Maquina mostró su corazón.

    Como Americano, estoy triste de no poder haber visto a mi equipo finalizar el juego que estaban poniendo. Pero si este es el primer partido internacional que mi equipo ha jugado, siento que el resto de la región están sobre-aviso que Real Salt Lake esta listo para ser uno de los superpoderes del Norte de nuestro continente.

    Aun así, mis respetos a los cementeros y sus fanáticos. La manera en la que ustedes se dirigieron al bello juego el dia de hoy ha ganado mi respeto y admiración.

    Partidazo departe de la maquina. Chavos, sepan que les espera una buena reata en Salt Lake City al Cruz Azul. No hay manera en los cielos que Cruz Azul gana en el estado de Utah. Nos veremos pronto! Suerte con los del Arabe!
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    CHuLETITA!!! ftw
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    5-4

    The only team that got outclassed was the team that lost.
  16. It's called FOOTBALL

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    Hahaha. After the Crew were smashed last year 5-0 in Mexico City, all the Crew fans kept saying "we'll get them in the return leg!" Then they lost again 2-0. HAHAHAHA!! That game ended their long home unbeaten streak. Let's see if RSL can keep theirs alive until October.

    Anyway, can someone please kill Cervantes? He's a p.o.s. He ruined the game in Toronto and he almost ruined the game tonight. These games should be like the ones vs the Crew, not games that are not apt for cardiac cases.
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    Cervantes es pura basura. Still...we won the game and it was exciting.


    AZUL! AZUL!! AZUL!!!
  18. Naquisima

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    Chuletita 4
    Cervantes 3

    :D

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    Chuletita is now the all-time leading scorer in the CCL with 20...he surpassed Hermosillo (19).
  19. Otaku

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    Una corrección, fuimos subcampeones no campeones.


    Los vemos en Salt Lake ;)
  20. Cali

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    Cruz Azul was the better team and it showed when the rain calmed down how much better Cruz Azul is than RSL. RSL made the same mistake MLS teams make when they play in Mexico they tried to press and be agressive and when that didn't work they sat back too much. RSL got help from the rain, if you look two of their goals were defensive mistakes Cruz Azul goals were constructed with good passing and pressuring the defense. RSL is a good team but the MLS is still inferior to Mexican League. People are always saying that the MLS is getting better but the Mexican League is also getting better.
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    We've only been around for 4 years. Take a pill. You've been around for 40?
  22. Otaku

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    I have no problem with people who post reasonably, they deserved to celebrate that win. It was well deserved and we should have been better prepared.

    However I will not stand in my forum, people gloating like they won the whole tournament, or that 1 result goes any further than that.

    Cruz Azul was founded in 1927.
  23. Swag Flu

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    I should probably make a thread, but I don't wanna appear like I'm feelin' myself lol. Let me just say I'm here to serve you all in this forum. Hauler if ya need me. Thanks.
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    Orale wey, when did this happen? Just this forum?
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    Recently, this forum and one in the nad's. :D

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