Jose Adolfo Valencia

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  1. Werdman89

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    http://www.portlandtimbers.com/news/2011/12/timbers-sign-designated-player-jose-adolfo-valencia


  2. crzdcolombian

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    was he even starting for Santa Fe? A DP money is kind of crazy for this kid. He isn't 1/4 as good as Montero was when he went to the MLS. Hope he does well tho
  3. efernandez9

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    Nope
    he was a bench player for the last 2 coaches in santa Fe
    even for the nats....he Was often at the bench.

    big gamble for the timbers
    is there another colombian youth player in that team?
  4. efernandez9

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    para los que buscan noticias de jose adolfo:

    http://www.portlandtimbers.com/news/2012/01/jose-adolfo-valencia-qa-get-know-young-timbers-forward


    cositas de entrevista con el trencito:

    How much easier do you feel having fellow Colombians Perlaza, Diego Chara and new signee Hanyer Mosquera will make your transition to the U.S./MLS?
    Yes, it is very important because they are able to be good guides and advisors in this process of adapting and the arrival to my new team. Communication will be easier to foster a friendship with my other teammates that benefit the team. It will make my arrival to the city a new experience both beautiful and complex—complex in a good way.

    What was it like playing for Colombia in last summer's FIFA U-20 World Cup in your home country?
    Great. I am very happy and very thankful because I accomplished a dream that I had since I was a kid which is to wear the jersey of the Colombian National Team, playing in full stadiums and being watched by our entire country on behalf of one cause: to defend the jersey of my country


  5. efernandez9

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    official thread for adolfo

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/article/2012/02/03/timbers-valencia-miss-6-12-months-following-surgery

    una lastima que se perdera la temporada
    operacion de cartilagos de rodilla izq. LLEGO LESIONADO?

    The new loan agreement terms do not require him to count as a Young Designated Player this season. Valencia will remain with the Timbers on their Disabled List while rehabilitating from surgery and therefore not occupy a spot on the team’s roster nor count as one of the team’s international players.

    “Our No. 1 priority is ensuring the long-term physical health of Jose,” Timbers general manager Gavin Wilkinson said in a statement. “We are pleased to have worked with his former club in Colombia on amended terms of his transfer, considering the circumstances. We are very committed to José as a person and as a player, and intend to return to the original terms of his transfer agreement when he returns to full health following rehabilitation.”
  6. efernandez9

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    timbers 4-1 la galaxy

    gol de Perlaza en 1r JUEGO DE PRETEMPORADA


    Summary:
    POR: Dike (Songo’o), 8
    POR: Perlaza (Songo’o), 9
    POR: Marcelin (Alhassan), 67
    LA: Keat, 80
    POR: Danso (penalty kick), 85

    Lineups:
    POR: GK Perkins, D Palmer (Purdy, 46), D Brunner (Danso, 46), D Mosquera (Jean-Baptiste, 46), D Wallace (Chabala, 46), M Songo’o (Alhassan, 46), M Jewsbury (Marcelin, 46), M Chara (Braun, 46), M Alexander (Davids, 46), F Dike (Rincon, 75), F Perlaza (Richards, 46)

    LA: GK Saunders (Noble, 46), D Jordan (Davies, 46; McCarty, 78), D Meyer (Boyens, 46), D DeLaGarza (Gaul, 46), D Dunivant (Murray, 46), M Franklin (Jimenez, 46), M Beckham (Walker, 46), M Sarvas (Keat, 46), M Stephens (Nakazawa, 46), F Buddle (McBean, 46), F Cardozo (Cristman, 46


    de la operacion:

    Valencia underwent successful surgery Monday afternoon to repair damaged cartilage in his left knee. The procedure was performed by Timbers Director of Medicine Dr. Jonathan E. Greenleaf at Sports Medicine Oregon in Tigard, Ore.

    Valencia, 20, is expected to miss 6-12 months. He will be placed on the Timbers’ Disabled List while rehabilitating from surgery and will conduct his rehabilitation with the Timbers medical and athletic training staff in Portland
  7. ryu79

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    Marco un golazo anoche. Lo tuvieron como uno de los top 10 en sportcenter.
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    Nice goal. His dad should be proud. Chip off the old block.
  9. GavoCol

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    Hoy marco su primer gol en el futbol argentino contra Lanus, fue el 2-0 en los descuentos

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  10. GavoCol

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    Segundo gol del trencito Valencia, le dio la victoria a su equipo 2-1 contr Atletico Rafaela, entro a los 71 y convirtio a los 73'
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  12. pepinointer

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    @pibe10 and @ryu79 please update the name of the thread.....
  13. GavoCol

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    Tercer gol con Olimpo, entro de titular contra racing y anoto el 1-0. Salio a los 81' por cansancio.
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    que gol tan feo
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    dos goles en el primer tiempo!
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    esta jugando muy bien el trencito
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    Que saludos jaaajaja
  18. Baal88

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    El futbol argentino esta hecho una tristeza, que el maximo goleador tenga 7 goles y que el trencito sea el 3ro con 5 faltando 6 fechas para acabar el torneo muestra lo mal que anda ese fobal.
  19. pepinointer

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    alla, german ezequiel cano seria goleador???? yo creo que si....
  20. crzdcolombian

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    Haha didn't he fail in the MLS? How is he one of the top scoters with only 5 goals.

    That's why I laugh when people here want Colombians to go to Argentina so bad. It's like let's make Nacional, Cali, Junior, Millos and Santa Fe into international contenders. Imagine Valdez still in Santa Fe and they would have made it to the 2nd round.

    Do Colombian teams still have trouble paying wages or was that fixed when postobon offered to sponsor the league?
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    in this moment nobody wants colombian footballers in argentina so bad, all people know that the important destination is europe...........its more funny your conclusions.....
  22. Baal88

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    En River o Velez yo creo que si.
  23. kromekote

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    Argentina is still a very good experience for Colombian footballers still in development and a solid stepping stone for those almost ready to go to Europe. The top of the top go straight to Europe but many players still need a bit more exposure to the physicality and mental capacity needed to fulfill the 90+ minutes intensity played in most Argentinian matches. Let's not forget, many of our starting 11 passed thru Argentina: Falcao, James, Guarin, Teo , Yepes and Perea.
  24. crzdcolombian

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    Yepes went to europe like 10 years ago..... it was a different league
  25. pepinointer

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    Argentina nos formo a falcao y james, esa actitud ganadora de ambos no es de aca..........lo mas grande que tenemos y eso no fue hace 10 años.....

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