Discussion in 'Mexicans Abroad' started by Kaney, Jan 8, 2013.
Get your Porto shirts now, the new Chivas.
Pikolín to Barcelona, according to Sport and Mundo Deportivo.
The goalkeeper. The other one to real madrid.
^^^Needs a brazzers logo
In for rumors that dissolve as quick as they came.
Didint take long for an article to be created...
Fassi needs to learn...when to shut the fck up.
Cruz Azul >>>> Any spanish 2da team, especially one in 6th place. Aquino would be stupid to go there.
In before no one is transfered.
I don't agree...he would be going with Villareal...a club with history and a club looking to ascend ASAP...he'll also gain the much needed experience of going to a different country and having no one give a shit who you are...put up or shut up...after a while he can perhaps apply for some kind of EU work permit that would allow him to move to other clubs...he's young and has a career ahead of him...it would be dumb to not leave to Europe at a young age and perhaps gain a work permit...the older you get the more of a risk you become...you use up a spot...gain a permit...the spot becomes a non-issue.
wow a wila wanting a cementero to stay in chilangolandia. bizarro world? anyways, I'd be happy for him to leave to Spain and get some euro experience despite being segunda. It'll actually help him develop his skills to be ready for la liga when they ascend and the he can beast it past sergio ramos/dani alves and score.
In before FutbolTotal.com.mx writes an article that a new thread was created on BSMX
Which place is Villarreal in?
6th I think I know they are table toppers
Ya let me disregard all logic bc of club loyalties in the transfer thread
Brb guise, gonna leave consistent playing time at a top Mexican club to go "develop my skills" at mediocre, financially-facked Spanish 2da team whos selling their assets and is 10 pts away from relegation zone to 3ra.
If this were 4-5 years ago, this would be a good transfer. Today, he's better off at CF Albaniles.
Hahaha no it's the other way around. They need a replacement for Puyol.
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