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Discussion in 'Mexicans Abroad' started by sidspaceman, Jul 16, 2011.

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  1. icii

    icii Member

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    CD Chivas de Guadalajara
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    Mexico
    Well they better hurry, because he is about to turn 30.
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  2. gvfatlas

    gvfatlas Member

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    CF Atlas Guadalajara
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    Mexico
    Eso dijeron la ultima vez que Monterrey califico al mundial de clubes y no paso nada.

    Ojala y se le haga a Hugo Ayala lo del Mallorca, pero dudo que Tigres y Tuca lo suelten
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  3. Saldgotti1991

    Saldgotti1991 Member+

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    Mexico
    He only played in that tournament, that whole first half of the season he was injured, so I wouldn't see why a team would of wanted to buy him then with only two games under his belt in a span of 6 months.
  4. Shzm13

    Shzm13 Member+

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    Club:
    Club América
    Country:
    Mexico
    Santi Cazorla to Arsenal. Maybe this means Malaga makes a push for Gio.


  5. shinymetalbrass

    shinymetalbrass Member+

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    Club Santos Laguna
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    Mexico
    if they can get the money together. Their financial situation is all over the place.
  6. Rojinegro1

    Rojinegro1 Member+

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    ^Málaga have already denied the rumors. In any case, I doubt Gio will go anywhere this summer.
  7. Mr. Manhattan

    Mr. Manhattan Member

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    CD Chivas de Guadalajara
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    Mexico
  8. Shzm13

    Shzm13 Member+

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    [​IMG]
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  9. Otaku

    Otaku Member+

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    Couldn't think of a more perfect visual reply.
  10. Atlas10

    Atlas10 BigSoccer Yellow Card

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    Lo de Hugo Ayala es muy probable ya que tigres tiene "apalabrado" a Hugo Rodriguez, el Defensa del Atlas. Al parecer Atlas sera la cantera de la defensa tigre! Ademas paga vien, 6-8 millones de verdes pagaron por Torres Nilo y Hugo Ayala al atlas.
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  11. El_Huero

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    dat atlas talent.
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  12. wolfpupz

    wolfpupz Member+

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    Club:
    Pumas UNAM
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    Mexico
    Pero orita ya no se pueden hacer movimientos entre los ekipos de la Liga mx Porke el torneo ya empezo entonces no se puede ir Rodríguez al atlas, solo ke vengan del extranjero, no? O estoy confundido?
  13. Kaney

    Kaney Moderator Staff Member

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    Club:
    Liverpool FC
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    Mexico
    Atlas always seems to produce talent but can never seem to hold on to any to form a solid core of a team. If I was Atlas, I wouldn't sell my guys to other Mexican teams. I'd try to sell a few on the cheap to European teams and hope they succeed. Depending on their success, they could start to ask for a bit more for the next group...
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  14. sidspaceman

    sidspaceman Moderator Staff Member

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    America de Cali
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    Colombia
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