Ecuatorianos en el exterior -part III

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  1. ecuafutbolfreak

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    As far as I know...and on the website and news clippings, he is Rory...could it be a mistake?? :confused:
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    Christian Benitez es un jugadorazo, una de la mejores compras en el futbol mexicano. Suerte en las eliminatorias muchos de nosotros de torreon vamos estar apoyandolos. saludos.
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    Benitez' pops and family celebrating as he wins the championship with his team.

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    OTRO COLOMBIANO A LA PUJA POR BAM BAM
    | Fecha : 2008-06-02 15:50:00 |
    Lo quieren el Atlético Nacional de Medellín, el Deportivo Pereira y el Millonarios de Bogotá, y un nuevo equipo de primera división colombiana estaría también interesado en nuestro gran capitán.


    Bogotá-Colombia.

    Según informes de la prensa deportiva de Colombia, la dirigencia del Santa Fe de Bogotá se encuentra gestionando la contratación de Iván Hurtado para el segundo semestre de este 2008.
  6. LDU4ever

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    Actualmente en el Ecuador, después de su última campaña con el Al Sadd de Qatar, Carlos Tenorio dio a conocer que su futuro todavía no se ha resuelto, pero que definitivamente cambiará Medio Oriente por Europa.

    Quito-Ecuador.

    El delantero de la Selección Ecuatoriana de Fútbol, Carlos Tenorio, indicó que en Francia conversó muchas veces con la dirigencia del Al Sadd de Qatar, a quienes les dijo que no estaba en sus planes renovar por el equipo pese al gran cariño que le tiene.

    Agregó, una vez más, que espera jugar dos o tres temporadas en el balompié europeo, antes de tomar la decisión de regresar por un año más al Al Sadd o finalizar su carrera profesional en Liga Deportiva Universitaria de Quito.

    Una vez más confirmó que ha conversado con clubes de Francia, Inglaterra y Holanda, y que en las próximas horas, junto con su representante, tomarán la alternativa que más le convenga como profesional.

    Según se ha podido conocer, el Wigan Athletic de Inglaterra y el AZ Alkmaar de Holanda, son las instituciones que más cerca estarían de hacerse con los goles del Demoledor Carlos Vicente Tenorio para la siguiente campaña.
    (LAOH)
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    i honestly think Carlos Tenorio messed up big time by staying in Qatar for so long.. i no its not all his fault bcuz the team had a big price on his head and didnt want 2 let him go, but as i recall he had a chance 2 leave and renewd his contract.......His value i think had gone down as his performance with the National Team hasnt been 2 that of what we saw at the world cup. I believ club teams have also sceen this.. i hope he gets signed by a good or decent club team because he does have talent that can benefit a squad where ever he ends up.
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    GUERRÓN DAÑÓ UN NEGOCIO CERRADO
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    Una noticia muy poco grata se pudo conocer este día jueves en horas de la mañana en cuanto al jugador de Liga de Quito, Joffre Guerrón, que seguramente habría dañado un negocio prácticamente cerrado.


    Quito-Ecuador.

    El máximo dirigente de Liga Deportiva Universitaria, Rodrigo Paz Delgado, confirmó que la negociación de Joffre Guerrón al Getafe de España se dañó por la actitud del jugador, cuando todo estaba completamente arreglado.

    Según indicó Paz, el pasado miércoles tuvieron una reunión en la que estuvieron presentes: Agustín Delgado, Carlos Tenorio, Edgardo Bauza y los representantes del Getafe, en la misma que todos le aconsejaron aceptar la propuesta del fútbol de Europa. Posteriormente el jugador solicitó un tiempo para tomar la decisión.

    Al final y cuando se lo esperaba para finiquitar el traspaso definitivo de Guerrón para el club español, el futbolista de nacionalidad ecuatoriana plantó a quienes lo esperaban, dañando así el traspaso. Paz agregó que este jueves la gente del Getafe regresará hasta España, y que de no tener una respuesta del futbolista darán por cerrada la operación.

    Fue tajante al manifestar que los ingresos económicos que la representaban este traspaso a Joffre Guerrón eran definitivamente muy importantes, y no como muchos han querido manifestar en las últimas horas.

    Finalmente, y en el tema que más preocupa, el directivo universitario denunció la posible aparición del hermano de Agustín Delgado, como representante del Getafe (enturbiando un negocio que se había cerrado directamente entre los involucrados), y con quien Liga no mantendrá ningún contacto al considerarlo un elemento nocivo para sus intereses.
    (LAOH)
  9. Manolo

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    Confirmed: Guerron to Getafe for >$4MUSD

    http://www.cre.com.ec/Desktop.aspx?Id=283&e=113355

    I think it's a good move, his speed will be valuable in the Spanish league. Plus, my understanding is the move is partially motivated to attract the large Ecuadorian immigrant community in the area. This will help him adjust and possibly get good playing time right away.
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    I am not to happy with the fact that Getafe is not participating in Europe next season!!
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    WOW...that's CHEAP:eek:...

    Guaranteed Boca would have sold him easily for 3x that amount in less then a year....
  12. LDU4ever

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    which is why he probably wanted to go to Boca...but now he'll have to put up some good numbers with Getafe and he can still make some noise in the market next year
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    well it's still a great thing for both the kid and Ecuadorian football. What's not comforting is they're also searching for a DT. And depending on who they are they can come into these situations with the "yo no fui el que lo pedi' attitude... Hopefully they find someone who can make a good decision!

    [edit] 2004/05: First La Liga season

    Getafe were historically promoted into La Liga by finishing second in the Spanish Segunda División. They were tipped by many to be relegated straight back down, and at first the chance of relegation appeared to be likely with Getafe having a bad start to the 2004/05 season, hanging around regularly in the relegation zone.
    But a big improvement in form suddenly came along during the middle and towards the end of the campaign, and with good results being produced, including a win over Real Madrid, this was enough to eventually ensure an excellent 13th place on the table for Getafe, as they survived relegation comfortably with games to spare. As commonly happens ,they were the only promoted team that stayed up that season, as both Levante UD and CD Numancia were relegated straight back down.

    [edit] 2005/06: La Liga Consolidation

    Their next season in the top-flight proved even better. Getafe had a solid start to the season and actually held pole position in the league for a week. However, late October and early November saw a slump in from as they crashed from the heady heights of Champions League qualification spots to mid-table. But the slide went no further and Getafe finished the season in a very respectable 9th position with 54 points. Their consistency and competitive spirit impressed pundits and fans alike and Getafe became regarded among the more difficult teams to beat in La Liga.
    During the course of the season Getafe took several famous "scalps" with victories over quality teams like Valencia and Atlético Madrid. But their weapon up front was Serbian Veljko Paunovic who bagged 10 goals for the club. The Getafe left-back Pernía, with 10 goals (many of them spectacular or outrageous or both), played a big part in their success. During the 2006 World Cup, Pernía became Getafe's first ever Spanish international[10], before moving to Atlético.

    [edit] 2006/07: Further Progress

    Getafe's 2006/07 season in the top-flight proved even better than past two seasons. With an imposing record at home in the Coliseum, Getafe became regarded as one of the toughest sides to beat in La Liga. They beat Real Madrid and held on to an impressive draw against previous year's La Liga winner Barcelona. Getafe CF ended in 9th place, just two spots below the qualification for the UEFA Cup, which they achieved with their performance in the Copa del Rey.
    The seasonal highlight for Getafe however came on the return leg of the Copa del Rey semifinal against FC Barcelona played on May 10, in which they overturned a 5-2 deficit from the first leg with a stunning 4-0 domination in the Coliseum. Following on a glorious cup run with aggregate victories over Xerez, Valencia and Osasuna, this led Getafe to their first final in the Spanish domestic cup, the Copa del Rey. Sevilla eventually overcame them 1-0 in the final at the Bernabéu. However a new landmark was reached by the club with automatic qualification to the Uefa Cup for the first time in the clubs history due to Sevilla already qualifying for the Champions League.
    Getafe resulted to have the best defence in La Liga in the 2006/07 season season, equalling FC Barcelona in having conceded only 33 goals in 38 matches. At home, they only conceded 11 goals in 19 matches. Goalkeeper "Pato" Abbondanzieri was judged the top keeper in La Liga for the campaign, winning the Zamora Trophy having recorded 12 clean sheets.

    [edit] 2007/08: A step onto the Big Stage

    The club went through a great deal of change during the summer close season. Bernd Schuster left to become head coach at Real Madrid and Getafe appointed a new head coach, former Real Madrid and FC Barcelona player Michael Laudrup. The playing staff changed as well with 7 players leaving the club including Alexis, Dani Güiza and Vivar Dorado. But the club made some intelligent signings as well to ensure they could compete on three fronts, including signing Rubén de la Red and Esteban Granero from Real Madrid. Getafe started the La Liga season poorly and the team was suffering greatly from all the change, it took them 7 games to record there first victory, but over the winter they steadied the ship and managed to accumulate more points on the board. This included two good wins, one at home to Barcelona beating the Catalan giants 2-0 and 0-1 controversial away win against Real Madrid which kept the team in mid table. But more importantly Michael Laudrup's attacking philosphy was getting wide recognition and Getafe was being well regarded as the team playing the best football of this season. However it was in the cup competions where Getafe were really excelling themselves.
    On May 16, 2008 Michael Laudrup announced that he will leave the club after the season.[11]

    [edit] UEFA Cup

    In the UEFA Cup the team managed to progress to the quarter finals recording historic wins against Tottenham Hotspur, Anderlecht, AEK and Benfica. Setting up an amazing quarter final tie against one of the European giants of football Bayern Munich and being the last surviving Spanish team in the competition. Franz Beckenbauer highlighted how far Getafe had come when he openly admitted of not knowing anything about the club. The first leg was in Munich and Getafe were outclassed in the first 30 minutes and found themselves 1-0 down. In the second half the team came to life with some top quality football and deservedly got an equalizer in the dying minutes of the game to set up a very interesting second leg tie in Getafe. This was going to be a grand day in the history of the club, so much so that King Juan Carlos and his son Prince Felipe attended the game. Only 6 minutes had passed when controversially the referee sent Getafe midfielder De la Red off, making a tough job even harder. Incredibly though Cosmin Contra came up again to put the home side in front on 30 minutes. Bayern tried to score the ilusive goal but it was the home side that should have increased the lead. All appeared lost for the Germans, but Franck Ribéry was on hand to volley home the equaliser on 89 minutes and send the game into extra-time. However, after saving their skins at the death, the additional 30 minutes began with a double disaster for the Bayern as first Javier Casquero and then sub Braulio netted to hand the astoundingly resilient home side a 3-1 advantage. Bayern struggled for much of the extra-time period but were suddenly thrown a lifeline when Luca Toni stabbed home from keeper Roberto Abbondanzieri's dreadful blunder on 115 minutes. The cause still seemed hopeless with the clock ticking down, but Munich never threw in the towel and veteran Oliver Kahn was up front and involved in the move which saw Toni head home from the last move of the match and earn his side a place in the semi-finals, a cruel way for the Getafe UEFA Cup run to come to an end.

    [edit] Copa del Rey

    Getafe made relatively light work of reaching the Copa del Rey final for a second year running again, beating Racing Santander in the semi finals. Valencia managed by Ronald Koeman was going to be the opponent after they overcome Barcelona which also crucially meant that there was no easy route for Getafe into the UEFA Cup next season. After the teams exploits in UEFA Cup and with the way the team was playing, plus the fact that Ronald Koeman had not won many friends since arriving in Spain; primarily because he controversially dropped 3 of there star players, the majority of Spain had sided with Getafe. However suffering with injuries to key players Getafe was no match for a strong and talented team such as Valencia. 2 early goals virtually finished the game before it had started. They did manage to score a penalty which made the second half very exciting but a goal by Fernando Morientes goal finished the game and gave Valencia the trophy.
  14. Manolo

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    Great research! The teams past few seasons summarized in a few paragraphs!

    I like the idea of him playing on a up-and-coming but not 1st tier team. He may struggle for playing time on a top team, and on a bottom team it's hard to play because they are always defending. It's easy to conclude from the improvement over the past few seasons that their management and owners are serious about building a strong club.
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    Hammers join the race for Ecuador frontman

    WEST Ham are amongst a host of Premier League clubs thought to be weighing up a bid for Ecuador striker Carlos Tenorio.

    The 29-year-old was linked with a move to Italian side Siena and France outfit Lille in 2006 but his current club - Al Saad in Qatar - turned down all offers for the pacy frontman.

    However, after scoring over 100 goals for the Asian outfit, Tenorio has admitted that he is now looking for a fresh challenge - with England the preferred destination.

    "I know that there is interest from several English teams in me because they have heard that I have scored more than 100 goals in Qatar," Tenorio told Ecuagoal.

    "But I have to wait for what the officials of my team decide because they have told me that the want to renew my contract.

    "I am waiting for a team to make an offer to Al Saad and if it's important for them and for me I would like to have the chance to live a new experience."
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    According to reports in Ecuador, Wigan, Manchester City, Sunderland, Birmingham, Bolton, Blackburn and the Hammers are all thought to be monitoring the situation.

    4:30pm Sunday 8th June 2008
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    Gustavo Tello, 1st place red bull freestyle champ. (look him up on youtube) ... th team could use him .... lol

    [youtube]52nKjLY76Z4&hl=en[/youtube]
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  17. LDU4ever

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    awesome video..i wonder if any teams in ecua would pick him up. although similar to basketball, the and1 freestyle guys don't really cut it in the pro's....I dunno, maybe this kid can run and play well with a team..anybody know anything else bout him?
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    Represent Woooo Sick
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    Excellent Guayaquileño! That is what I call representing
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    NGLATERRA PUGNA POR EL DEMOLEDOR
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    Dos clubes de la Liga Premier de Inglaterra estarían acercándose a la contratación de uno de los futbolistas más importantes del balompié nacional como Carlos Tenorio, pero que intenta su primera experiencia en Europa.


    Quito-Ecuador.

    Según lo ha podido conocer futbolecuador.com en las últimas horas, las propuestas de dos equipos ingleses son las que más se aproximan a las pretensiones económicas del ex goleador del Al Sadd de Qatar.

    El primero de ellos, desde la temporada pasada, es el Wigan Athletic de Antonio Valencia, equipo que ha recibido ofertas por el histórico Emilie Heskey y que planifica reemplazarlo con el Demoledor Carlos Tenorio.

    Sin embargo, en las últimas horas Ricardo Pachón, empresario que maneja la carrera del delantero de nacionalidad ecuatoriana desde hace varios años, recibió una contraoferta muy importante del Bolton Wanderers también inglés.

    Ambos clubes de la Liga Premier de Inglaterra parecen estar muy por delante, económicamente, de aquellas provenientes de la Holland Casino Eredivisie (AZ Alkmaar) y de la Liga de Fútbol 1 de Francia (Lillie).
    (LAOH)
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    Felix Borja continues to play Mainz?
    I wanna him to move to 1st class club.
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    The just missed it by losing a match they should have won at Alemannia Achen. Klopp, their manager moved to Dortmund at the end of the season...i was hoping he would take Borja with him.
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    LOL at the title for the article of Tenorio on Fox Sports
    Premiership clubs tracking Peru striker Tenorio

    3 million pounds??? :eek: He's going to be 30!!! No way is anyone going to send that kinda money on him...too old and unproven by EPL standards.
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    back in 06 right after the world cup i would have said okay, even to higher because he had a helluva tournament..now i'd pay up to 1.5 million, thats it.
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    i tought he was done with the contract with allsaad so he could sign with whoever he wanted
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