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Salvadorans Abroad - 2012 Edition

Discussion in 'El Salvador' started by slaminsams, Dec 30, 2011.

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  1. rrod1986

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  2. Droman x

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    To my understanding MLS is also an option for Fito. And also second division spain is another option i know we Salvis want the league bbva but i don't know if Fito has what it takes to be at that certain level. My personal opinion i would lean towards 2nd division spain.

    Also Osael romero might go abroad also i heard reports that maybe to Ruben israel team club libertad of paraguay.
    http://www.elsalvadorfc.com/2012-12-13-osael-dejaria-a-aguila
     
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    I believe it will be a second division spanish team (if the rumor is true) it feels more likely than the BBVA. So far the only MLS team I could see having interest is RSL since they are rebuilding.

    What held Osael back was Aguila FO they wanted him to resign first then work out a deal. Naturally Aguila would have probably charged a bunch to discourage Libertad. I know Israel dedicated the team's championship to El Salvador so maybe just maybe Osael might end up going.
     
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    I'm not saying that Fito doesn't have what it takes to be in 1st division spain. It would be more of an honor for him to play in the most prestigious league in the world currently. But i'm with maybe a 2nd division spain team who knows well have to wait and see.

    And Osael romero to Libertad would be awesome i wish he can take also Steve purdy also he deserves a chance if Europe don't pick him i think Israel would.
     


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    I don`t think anyone is going abroad. Maybe Guatemala for Fito...

    All the hype for nothing---
     
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    Funny you mention that the only team really interested is Petapa supposedly El Pibe is who they are eyeing.
     
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    Just when I find out who he is we loose him that is a shame
     
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    Here is what someone who knows him posted up in El Salvador FC's site his name is Nelson Jovel Aviles

    So far the response from the Americans here in BS have been somewhat negative saying he was only picked for the U-20 because he just signed with the Galaxy.

    Personally I hate losing this kid since he could have been used to solidify the RB position *sigh*.
     
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    This is a bummer, but let's hope he doesn't make it to the USMNT. U-20's Still don't count right?
    Arturo Alvarez and Purdy Played with their youth system right?
     
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    As long as its not the quals next year IIRC he can still be able to represent another country but I would still do the paper work to avoid another fiasco.
     
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    That is not the way to bring in players to the national team. Either they want to represent us internationally or they don't. It generally doesn't work out when a player joins another national team because they weren't good enough for their first choice
     
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    Bundesliga 2 isn't bad but I wonder if Burgos could handle playing there, it could be hard for him to play there.
     
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    Burgos and Burgos jr to Bundesliga 2???
     
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    Your nuts, a loan deal for the rest of the season with a team that he knows and that is playing in the top division is very ideal for Zelaya.
     
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    I just don't see the upside honestly.
     
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    Hi, first post. NY Red Bulls just signed a 17 year old from the academy team. Amando Moreno. Seems he has a Mexican father and Salvadoran mother. Has recently started playing for the U-18 US team
     
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    What do you guys know of Cesar Vasquez?
     
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    Anyone know if Fito still has a chance to play in the Italian 1st division league? I don't know if anyone remember but someone on here posted a post saying that Alvarez's agent said that was one of his option.
     
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    So it looks like Ulloa won't be alone in Turkey

     
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    FT Pacos de Ferreira 2-1 Vitoria de Guimaraes
    No AA for this game he is still injured.

    Union lost both legs 2-0 against Deportivo Tepic leaving it 4-0 on aggregate eliminating them.
    Pineda played the entire 90+ minutes in both games.
     
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    An interesting tweet by Salvadefender stating that a salvadorian players is really close to going to an MLS team. The only guy that comes to mind would Mayen but we shall see hopefully its one of the young players if true.
     
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