Salvadorans Abroad - 2012 Edition

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  1. ESRUMBOMUNDIAL2014

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    Andres flores lester blanco and edwin sanchez se van para europa [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCnGXiaVx0o&feature=g-upl&context=G2ec1529AUAAAAAAAAAA"]Andres Flores,Lester y Edwin a campamento en Europa + Noticias de Turcios - YouTube[/ame]


  2. salvatruco21

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    Victor Turcios will be playing for werder bremen in the camp it will be a tryout his first game would 1.11.12 so pretty cool hopefully he does well and the team signs him up for a loan or purchase nice big team i think he might play as a center defensive mid since european like tall centerbacks good luck turcios hope for the best http://www.elgrafico.com/destacado-...005-turcios-probara-con-el-werder-bremen.html
  3. BigDreams

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    Jaime Alas has been linked with the San Jose Earthquakes of MLS.
  4. R9Kevinr9

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    So evidently, Arturito has rejected offers from South Korea and Russia. Aris is trying the hardest to sign him but his agent claims that teams in France, Holland, Turkey and Portugal want him. He said top 5 too! Sick! Stoked for Arturo, I hope he goest to Holland. It would suit him!


  5. R9Kevinr9

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    I truly hope he manages to impress. Any country in the list of the 1st division would be a great success. Imagine Werder offering him a contract. My god! haha ;)
  6. salvatruco21

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    So I was reading fanaticos tweets and they interviewed mendes and he said that they don't call up Dustin correa for indiscipline don't know why or what he has done but I believe federation is making Dustin look the other way
  7. trucho123123

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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Nw9N6JTDms"]Jaime Alas San Jose Earthquakes seria su destino - YouTube[/ame]
  8. chill75

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    Chelona back in the 80's and Purdy. Both in Germany and curiously Turcios first trial is with Bremen HA!
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    Looks like this thread is gonna be busy this year !!
  10. senorhenriquez

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    Honestly, I can't blame them. After seeing what the kid posts on Facebook and Twitter, he does seem to be the troublesome type. Nevertheless, I hope he matures soon (preferrably within the next two years) so ES will finally call him up :)
  11. Futbol E.S. Por Vida

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    Where you get that info. from?
  12. salvatruco21

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  13. R9Kevinr9

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    As for Dustin Corea, guys stop making such a big deal of it. Who cares where he ends up playing. He's only one player. If he ends playing for USA, I wouldn't be bothered for a second to care.
  14. salvatruco21

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    Huge talent who is only 19 playing abroad that can make a diffrence then come bite us in the leg when we play against them naw this player to go to let go in my opnion
  15. Futbol E.S. Por Vida

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    Thanks :)

    Well like salvatruco21 mentioned he is a big deal but I wouldn't worry about it. I don't really think he did anything in to get in trouble when the federation and Israel said about indiscipline act, what I think they mean is he's acting immature which is pretty noticeable. He's being a cocky futbol player which you can't really blame him for the things he achieved at his age, what the news reporters online are saying, and now considered a sponsored player. It's okay if he has all that confidence since it helps him to try his best and shine on the field but he needs to calm down a bit and be more humble. I'm pretty sure he's going to stay with El Salvador side, what I'm guessing is he's trying to play "hard to get" if you haven't notice in interviews he's always saying he might change back with the U.S. side, it's been almost a year if he really meant that he wouldn't be so hesitant and repeating it so much. He already likes the attention from the Salvadoran fans too. I don’t think he’s in trouble for what happened when he played with the U-20 without sending the papers to FIFA. I’m pretty sure Israel will call him up once he shows it with his club, when Corea is 100% clear with who he wants to play with, and when calms down a bit more.


    Don't forget these immature/"indiscipline" acts happened to more known players like Quintanilla and Zelaya for almost the same reasons with the national team.
  16. R9Kevinr9

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    As if I didn't know. I'm the dude who contacted the fed to call him up. But his talents aren't my interest, to be honest. I want guys who bleed blue and white. I could give a damn how good he can potentially be if he's not in it 100%. For the feds of all people to be trying to discipline him something had to happen. IF you follow the kid you'd know he's not a little angel, the kid is really full of himself. Regardless of his talent I don't give a damn, I want the younger guys who actually care to play.
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    Arturo's agent is saying that 2 teams in Spain's La Liga called about him. Party. :cool:
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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClpD-1zt__A"]Entrevista a Bruno Do Santos representante de Arturo Alvarez - YouTube[/ame]

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcbSPI0PxA8"]Aris Salonica de la Pimera De Grecia seria el destino de Arturo Alvarez por Fanaticos + 01/04/2012 - YouTube[/ame]
  19. mavericks67

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    From What I'm getting The Federation's reason for disciplining him could be that Dustin is not 100% committed to represent El Salvador.

    His only 19 and at age people will do and say things that they would not at a more mature age. If he indeed do something like maybe hire prostitutes, ignore a curfew time, or act cocky during team practices, the Federations needs to understand that his ONLY 19! The least they can do is assign him a mentor, someone like El Magico Gonzales would be great! Dustin himself has said he does not know why he is being discipline, The Federation like always does a poor job of COMMUNICATING, and expect a 19 year old to know what he did wrong? Im not defending neither Dustin or the Fed, but I do agree if the player is not 100% committed to representing the country we should move on, there's plenty of players in El Salvador who are dieing to put on la Azul and Blanco.

    Looks like our players Victor Turcios and Arturo Alvarez are going to bigger and tougher competition, great news!

    Not so sure about Andrés Flores, Lester Blanco, Edwin Sánchez, and Jaime Alas will we playing abroad though. Best of look to all these guys.
  20. joseph_x

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    Maybe that is what we need. Maybe Dustin Correa will bring that "swagger" to a team who gets frighthened when they go up to el Azteca and other countries. I understand that maybe Dustin might be immature for his age, but com'n, the kid is only 19/20. The federation are idiots if they expect him to be a role model. And don't come out here with all that chatter about other kids from El Salvador who are dying to represent the country. I would rather have eleven players who are not as committed who will give us a chance to win, rather than have 11 players who bleed blue and white who will end up loosing and getting embarrassed by superior teams. It will be a travesty if Dustin does not get called this year. It the Feds cant see talent right under their eyes then their will be no hope for Salvadorean soccer.
  21. R9Kevinr9

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    The guys we have don't get scared, they just get outplayed. They'll keep getting better. You'd rather have 11 players who could careless about El Salvador? Are you f-ing kidding? Who are you? You seriously need to rethink your logic. Sure, winning is good but we are doing that now. We are doing a lot of good things with TRUE SALVADORENOS WHO WANT TO BE THERE! I'd stop supporting El Salvador if it was filled with a lot of Dustin's thinking they could switch allegiances anytime it didn't work out for him. I don't like quitters. I don't like liars. I like capable guys who work hard and bleed and die for our country. That's what I want. Thats what we have. We've been here long before any of these new talents came around and we will be here long after they're gone. Dustin won't take us to the WC. He's 19/20 but he isn't world class. He's just a talented kid who sent to Europe in my eyes. IT will NOT be a tragedy if he doesn't play for us. USA has loads of kids just like him, if not better.
  22. salvatruco21

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    Who have we beat that is good? cuba venzuela b team dominican surinam isla cayman

    that what scares me
  23. Top Gun

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    I think you ment to say confident soccer players. We don't need arrogant players or players with "swagger" as you put it. We've had good confident players lately, to name a few, Castillo,alas,Quintanilla,Zelaya. This are just a few of them. Some times when people come to la fed with confidence they look at it as a bad thing. They like them to be "umildes" I don't like that word. That's the reason why people who go to play abroad they don't do well. They have this "umildad" that doesn't help them. If you see a player from Argentina. He can be the worst player in the field but he is confident and he looks better. That's what I think Dustin is, he is a confident person. The fed look at this as a bad thing. I don't, I want our player to be confident not players with swagger because is the same as arrogant. FESA makes there players more confident that's why they do better then any other player in el salvador
  24. R9Kevinr9

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    The point is we're winning. We are winning and have only lost once since Israel has come in. Before we would have lost many easy games and people would have been crying like you all usually do. Now that we have only lost once aka vs Mexico. (Panama went to penalties so to fifa it's a tie.) We are playing well. The all around play looks very promising and good, yet you all want world class and prefer guys who could care less about our country. Good logic guys. True Salvadorans, you all are.
  25. salvatruco21

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    so dustin is not salvadorian? i want the best in the team we allready made a mistake with eliseo quintanilla in 2006 wcq every1 thought he was indiscipline cocky and the coach didnt call him up for the reason yet he was the best salvadorean at the time and abroad

    in other news Victor turcios first game is tomorrow with a team from uzbekistan victor turicos will not play in werder breman uniform he is going to with a combination of other players who were brought to tryout you can read more here http://www.laprensagrafica.com/deportes/futbol-nacional/242049-cambio-de-planes-para-turcios.html
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