Official Players En El Exterior Thread [R]

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  1. atsegnorts

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    Let me clear up the Chuma deal, first I have to say name Fontana is involved so that should raise some brows. Apparently the ticket for him to go to Israel came but it was only a ticket to Lima, Peru. Some of you who have been on this forum for a while remember Didi Torrico's scandal with his trip to Russia that ended in Lima remember the one were his mom had to send him money to bring him home. So pretty much this was lining up to be the same kind of deal. There was never a direct contact from the club in Israel and the The Strongest, Fontana was the middle man our President (Mr. Kurt who is a great guy) told Fontana that Chuma would go but that he, our President would go with him. So the final offer came from FONTANA which was for $500.000 and after the cookie was divided Chuma would end up making just as much in La-Paz as in Israel, So Chuma told the president that he has a young family and that this time he didn't see the point in going so far away from his family; however that it was up to the institution to decide and that he would be good with the decision, that's when the "TICKET" showed up and the deal broke apart. Now Fontana is crying to anyone who will hear him and claiming that there was a contract signed, and that money had already been exchanged to Chuma; but those of us who now this A$$@#*($ can imagine the truth
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  2. atsegnorts

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  3. nanoGVSP

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    Why do players, and even team presidents deal with this guy Fontana, it seems a no brainer, he is full of it.
    He wants to make money and does not care what cituation he put the players in. After Didi Torrico had that Poland thing fall through he fell off. Btw atsegnorts you are a well of information.
  4. boliviankidd622

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    So because he didnt get that deal with Poland he all of a sudden stopped playing good?


  5. nanoGVSP

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    Not sure what the reason is, but have you heard of him? Was he ever called back to the national team? He was a promising talent, he even scored against Argentina. Now Am not sure where he plays. Maybe if he played for one of the big teams in Bolivia instead of following Fontana his path would have been better.
  6. atsegnorts

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    Didi is still one of my favorits he just signed for San Jose
  7. Eber1990

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    he played for Bolivar a few years back...he didnt cut it tho
  8. sergtp

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    yea its weird. last i heard he was playing with nacional potosi, but that was 2 seasons ago. now apparently signed for san jose. i don´t understand how after the bolivar thing, he just fell off. its like he stopped playing well. I have yet to understand why Didi fell off the map like that. I hope we see the same old didi this time around.
  9. Bolivianfuego

    Bolivianfuego Your favorite Bolivian

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    My guess.... started slacking off and partying after he made it 'big'.
  10. nanoGVSP

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    Ok so Didi played in Bolivar but sucked. Then I agree he probably started pounding 40's like there's no tomorrow and fell of the map. But what about Mauricio Saucedo, why is he back? Did he not cut it in a second division team? I thought for sure he would do well in Bragantino, then move on to a first division team. Instead it looks like he is going to sign with Strongest, which is not horrible, but It's not Brazil. Anyone know why he is back?
  11. atsegnorts

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    He didn't see much playing time in Brazil, and he wants the NT to be his showcase and he knows that we have Ecuador, Peru and Uruguay all three games are going to be in altitude so he wants to secure his spot on the NT and maybe get a contract for next year by playing in La-Paz for The Strongest. Plus Saucedo and Villegas are boys from way back in 08 when he first started to show promise playing for Universitarios, so I'm guessing he pretty much is going to start.
  12. atsegnorts

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    I remember him actually. He came from that u-17 nt that we had in 09 that almost qualified to the wc of that age. Teammates with galindo, alvarez, justiniano, mendoza(playing in chile), etc.
    From what i had last heard of him, after that u-17 he had signed for Figueirense in brasil. Figueirense at the time was in 1st division, im not sure if they still are, they still could be and he could still belong to them. My guess is Gareca is in paraguay on a loan basis, but i wouldn´t know about his current situation. I´ve personally never heard of indepediente of paraguay.
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    WHY??
    that's so stupid, now he is officially lost and out of the mix for the NT.
    If he wanted to leave portugal his best bet was to join some south american club here, or even join Bolivar or Oriente. But now he's officially lost.
  17. Bolivianfuego

    Bolivianfuego Your favorite Bolivian

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    Probably money.... what a fool.
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  18. atsegnorts

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    [​IMG]
    “Me gustaría jugar en la Selección, es un sueño”

    Nació en Santa Cruz hace 19 años y desde 2005 está en filas del club español.
    Acción habló con Ramiro Daniel Claure, un delantero boliviano que se forja en el exigente fútbol de España.

    ¿Qu...ién es Ramiro Daniel Claure?
    Nací el 1 de mayo de 1993 en Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia. Mi familia emigró a España un 8 de mayo de 2005, cuando tenía 12 años. Vivo en Cádiz con mis padres Daniel Claure y Lola Hurtado.

    ¿Por qué se produce tu llegada a España?
    Mi llegada se produce buscando un mejor estilo de vida, mis padres decidieron hacer un cambio de vida ya que en aquellos tiempos la situación (en España) estaba mejor.

    ¿Qué recuerdas de Bolivia?
    Tengo muy buenos recuerdos, estudiaba en la escuela Buenas Nuevas y practicaba fútbol en la cancha llamada “Bombonera”; recuerdo mucho a mis amigos con los que siempre jugaba.

    ¿Jugaste en algún club boliviano?
    A mis siete años estuve ligado a la escuela Enrique Happ, cuatro años después emigré.

    ¿Cómo llegaste al Cádiz?
    Una vez en España, fijamos residencia en Jerez y me registraron en la escuela de fútbol Zona Sur, donde fui ojeado por varios clubes. Mis padres quisieron que me decidiera por el Cádiz.

    ¿Y cómo te va en el equipo?
    Hace unos meses fui ascendido a “Balón Aficionado” (reserva del Cádiz) donde por mi trabajo y humildad disfruto de muchos minutos en el campo.

    ¿En qué puesto te desempeñas?
    Juego de delantero centro, también me desempeño bien por las bandas o segundo delantero, pero me siento más cómodo como delantero centro. Tengo mucha movilidad sobre la cancha, me gusta ir a recibir el balón y dar la de cara, soy ambicioso.

    ¿Te gustaría jugar en Bolivia?
    Sí, me gustaría jugar en mi país, demostrar mis condiciones y así darme a conocer, sería un reto para mí.

    ¿Te gustaría jugar en la Selección Nacional?
    Me encantaría vestir la camiseta verde de Bolivia, sería un sueño hecho realidad; la meta de todo futbolista es defender y representar a su país.

    ¿Qué le dirías al nuevo técnico de la Selección Nacional?
    Tanto al técnico como a la dirigencia boliviana le pediría que apoye más a las divisiones inferiores y que vea a los bolivianos que jugamos en el extranjero.

    ¿Sigues al fútbol boliviano?
    Lamentablemente, la prensa española no da mucha información sobre la liga boliviana, pero yo lo sigo a través del internet, hace poco estuve observando los cotejos de la Copa Libertadores.

    ¿De qué club eres hincha en Bolivia?
    Siempre he sido fanático de Oriente Petrolero.

    ¿Qué metas te trazaste?
    Mis metas son la superación día a día, mejorar en lo futbolístico para que mi país se sienta orgulloso.

    ^^^^^ Is he still there I thought he was dropped??? anybody remember
  19. atsegnorts

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    Hey guys I got this list about young Bolivian playing abroad

    luis ali vega: juvenil. delantero, juega en osasuna, una de las grandes proyecciones del equipo

    diego suarez: volante, juega en el dinamo de kiev ucrania

    gilbert alvarez, reciente mente traspasado al futbol de belgica equipo de 1ra division

    diego banegas; juega en argentinos Jrs.

    martins smendberg: sueco-boliviano: juega de volante en el equipo de Norkooping 1ra de suecia

    sergio bastida: volante argnetino- boliviano 1ra division de suiza

    leandro gareca: defensa de 19 años, juega en figueirense de brasil

    henry montaño: defensa, juega en el dc united de estados unidos, la reserva si

    alex pontons; juvenil delnatero, cantera de AC milan italia

    luis gutrhie: delnatero juvenil brescia de italia

    billy viscarra: arquero juega en un equipo de la 2da division de brasil

    carlos mendoza: lateral, juega en huachipato de chile

    jorge toco: juega de lateral en el tacuary de paraguay

    Can you guys help me verify that there are still where they say they are????
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  20. Bolivianfuego

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  21. Eber1990

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    Alex Pontons doesn't seem to be on Milan's reserve squad, at least he's not on th line-up for last season's matches, but he could be injured or still play for a lower youth team (he turns 18 in november) Milan's website is not really helpfull.

    Last article that mentions him goes bach to march of 2011 when he was called to the NT for the U-17. http://www.acmilan.com/en/news/search
  23. sergtp

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    Guthrie, I thought it was Josue not Luis, I dont think is in Brescia anymore. There was an article last year about him comming back to Bolivia.
    Last I checked (Nov. 12) Pontons was there but they have like 20 diff youth teams and was listed in one of them. IT wasnt the 2nd or thrid team though, so not very promising for him.
    Suarez is there and for the longest there was talk of him moving up to the first team but that hasnt happened yet.
  25. atsegnorts

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    How about Henry Montano?? I been to a couple of DC games never saw him mentioned even on the bench?? anybody know anything??

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