Copa De Oro 2011 Schedule
June 18, 2011 by staff
Copa De Oro 2011 Schedule, If you have never seen Marco Pappa game, a player is very entertaining. It was the best player in Major League Soccer Chicago Fire since joining the club Municipal of Guatemala, only 23 years old and is looking dangerous until the Gold Cup in Guatemala also has Carlos Ruiz, a striker who probably does not have to tell. While these guys do not have top international team-mates at this time, which means you will not have much opportunity to showcase their talents against El Tri, worth keeping an eye on FMF fans as both could be playing his club football in Mexico soon.
In the case of Carlos Ruiz, what I said is true. It is widely believed that going to leave the Union in Philadelphia to play again with a complete re-built side Puebla. For Pappa … I made that up. It’s just an illusion and rumormongering. However, I’m not pulling the total nothingness. A movement of FMF Pappa to do a lot of respect for him and almost every team in the league, and is something that probably could be provided with the Chicago Fire.
Pappa, despite his immense talent, is in the s – t list a bunch of Fire fans because of their lack of commitment to follow-up on the defensive. Why a team with a lot of good defensive players in midfield and almost no creative presence would ask his most creative player to defend beyond me, but that’s another topic for another day. The point is, is not universally beloved Pappa in Chicago, but at the same time, too good for a team of firefighters who have a very fractured, a bad record, and a training situation very strange.
I am not an enemy at random from the MLS, I see a lot of games and write about the league a lot, but am a bit of an enemy of the Chicago Fire in those days. Carlos de los Cobos was a minor disaster and no reason to believe that Frank Klopas know what you’re doing as a coach. Fire Puerari Gaston just sold one of the best players of Atlas, so it might be in the middle of a small house cleaning time of CDLC.
In the FMF, Pappa would be able to shine. He played in a league where people actually have a penalty kick in the trash and elbowing in the face, while not asked to defend the middle of the game, because it is so f – king stupid. I guess fans of any Mexican team joined not to require work as Park Ji-Sung and Dirk Kuyt.
Even if Pappa do not get to show his true talent today against Mexico, should be able to see some of the talents and creative style make him a great fit as a wide player in the Mexican Primera. If you stay with the Fire, which is the loss of the FMF and its gain, but if a team ponies up a couple of million dollars, my guess is that the fire let it go. At 23 years of age and with his talent, he is absolutely worth the price of almost any team in the league.
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