2 Burst results for "Luis Romo"
"luis romo" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Quinones. Yeah, watch your Jimenez. If you come out for this, you better win this. He does. I mean, it would have been a penalty if they didn't score, right? Yeah, yeah, I think you're right in quinones. He takes advantage of that. First half stoppage time. At last strikes again, it's two two. Who's in there? Who's on the poster? And then, can you not jump? Come on, my man. Come on. Dates of steep Toronto and Giovanni Los Santos there. Oh yeah. No, it wasn't. 56. It wasn't Alexis Vega does that and then and then he's gonna get himself a drink. Eric Lee ki it was and then what is he drinking by the way? That's kidney water. Make it that way you will. Okay, to get a yellow for that, come on. Wacho Jimenez here going to give up a lot of that was a lot of replay of the beyond Vega goal ruled offside and then three two here. Watch out Jimenez. Juicy rebound. And at last going to take advantage. Three three. Yeah, you got to do this. You have to help watch your Jimenez. This is a ridiculous save here. Somebody, anybody, help them. Three three after the goal given. And that's how it finished between that last and give us. What about Raya's boy? They're threatening to run away with the league, at least the regular season taking on solos 6 minute. Rodrigo aguirre. And I find maxi mesa and take the lead. Yeah, right there with the finish. It's a ridiculous nice little finish off of his head. He's gonna celebrate that. From there, 22nd minute. Another assist from aguirre. No. I mean, what are you doing right there? Hold on. Just taking it by himself. Trying to make us so big. You can't handle that and it's two zero rayado. More from Monterey, 33rd minute. John Marina. Three. I mean, just an embarrassment of riches, Bert rame, refund is more poncho Gonzalez scoring goals. Like, what do you want? Apparently they wanted a fourth. Luis Romo. Except they're at 34 points already. I won the league with Santos with 36 points for the first place team. They got four games to go, that's possible 12 X points. Come on. Pour nothing the final 11 out of 13 wins this season for, of course, the top 12 there in Mexico get into the postseason the top four get the buy out of those first to look a second baby tigress. Leon third group America fourth pachuca chivas right there knocking on the door at the top for eagerness 7th. 5 straight now hurt for your beloved penis without a win across all competitions. I know you don't. I know you don't. It didn't make its way into the rundown. Yeah. There are some proposed changes for the guy making sixpence you'll know and those did make it into the rundown. So why don't we focus on the Mexican second division here here, the proposed changes? Really not just the second division, but the structure of Mexican football, the under 20 league is going to be dissolved so the team's players there will be combined into expansion squads. There'll be 2014 teams, one for each league MX team and 6 certified clubs is what they're calling them. A limit of only three foreign players per team you must feel 5 players ages 19 through 23 at all times and her how about this the return of promotion relegation with an asterisk and a healthy one if the league champion is one of the so called certified clubs they'd get a playoff against Ali and Becky side for spots in the first division. All right, are these changes a good idea or a bad idea? For Mexican soccer. It's a terrible idea for Mexican soccer. We always talk about how it's not a true promotion relegation in ligaments because how it is now. They have two seasons like Argentina used to do. And in those two seasons, they do a percentage of three years. So the worst team in a three year cycle, that percentage, they will get relegated. Well, now what they're saying is, only 6 clubs, excuse me, can actually have the right to be promoted. So if you're one of those 6 clubs that has the right to be promoted, you will go off and have a playoff match versus the loser of this percentage, but the thing is you're playing with handcuffs with the restrictions that they give you. They're saying that you can only have three foreign players. You can only play with three four and players, and you have to have 5 players of 19 at 23 years of age, which on paper sounds good, you think yourself, what they've developed in the Mexican player. But certainly, if you're a supposed to have 5 on the field, you have to plan and be deep with it. So that means you have to have subs for them and if not further because there is injury, run a form, illness, there's also call ups for these talented players. So you're essentially fielding a U 23 team with a few exceptions and only three foreigners to go up against a full fledged first division team with first division players that's fighting to stay up and first division. Those 6 certified teams, if one of those 6 certified teams does not win this second division that they're proposing amongst these kids, then what happens is the next team will what they will do is I guess just when an economic prize and what is the worst team, for example, masat Lange, who will be fast approaching 100 games in or 100 defeats, I should say in league I make it, what would they do? They would just pay a fine. It's essentially more the same. It's not true pro Rao. It's then closing that circle. It's the worst of any possible type of promotion regulation. You could possibly possibly think of and what are they doing? Trying to fool you. Yeah. Negative Nancy Hercules Gomez. All right, you don't like these solutions. I want to hear your solutions in a little bit. I think these are good ideas. I don't entirely disagree with you that some of it is bad execution. The thing that specifically I don't like is that this sounds a lot like what U.S. sell used to be. Remember before the MLS two teams left and I think when you have a league where some teams are reserve teams and some teams are trying to be first team professional squads, there's just a competitive imbalance there. And I think that was a problem for the USL that they've solved. And I don't like that here. I don't think this is going to be a truly competitive league. If you're mixing reserves and teams that are chasing the ambition of a first division spot. But hurt, I'm never going to say no, even if it's with a huge asterisk to promotion and relegation. This is at least her opening the door. And I think when you open the door, one thing you're going to do is you're going to attract some interest because even for those 6 certified teams, maybe there's only 6 spots. People are going to look at that and say, if I invest there, I could have a Liga mecci say first division team on the cheap. That's not something that exists right now in Mexican soccer. And I don't hate the idea the other part of this of forcing teams to play young players. This is something that against the players. Who great success in Mexican football.
"luis romo" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"It didn't work out with chibas, works out when the galaxy glue America. He's off the radar of the U.S. men's national team for quite some time. How does he get on the radar for Mexico? After he had gone on to play for the U 17s, they obviously found out that he could have or had a Mexican passport because he was born in Ciudad Juarez, right? So when he signs for chivas, chief us essentially tells him, we can't have players who play for other national teams other than the Mexican national teams, which is not the case anymore as we've seen. Yeah, they've had a player play for the Peruvian national team in the last 6 months, right? Santiago. So now sandek has this sort of obligated at that point in time to at least reject any future U.S. men's national team call ups. And over the course of those years, he sort of warms to the fact that the Mexican national team is now calling him up for U 21 games, U 23 games. And of course, there's a problem here because FIFA has changed their regulations over the last few years. And you can't sort of switch back between two national teams regardless of what your heritage and what your citizenship status is. So by the time 2022 rolls around and Mexico is still looking for players that might be able to help them in Qatar. And the Mexican federation call him up for this pair of friendlies. Which he eventually plays in, but before they do that, they try to get him to sign a one time switch without telling him it's a one time switch. They essentially tried to manipulate the situation, try to get them to sign a one time switch by disguising that it was a one time switch. And from my understanding, they did this while he was about to walk on to the team bus for a playoff game. Versus puebla, that's when they tried to slide this slip in and hey sign this? One of those persons came up to send that, as you mentioned, very casually before he was boarding the bus and said, we're going to call you up for the next couple of games and we might actually be considering taking you to the World Cup at this point. But we need you to sign this paper, don't worry about it. This is just a kind of a paper that will show your loyalty and will assure us as a federation that you are not considering going with the United States to the World Cup or any other game at this point. They never mentioned the words one time switch. They never mentioned the word FIFA. They never mentioned that it's binding. It's a very long document. And they don't expect him to read it because again, he's on the steps of the bus. And so that has very carefully and rightfully says, I'll take a look at it later. I'm not going to sign this right now, but he immediately informs his representation, right? When you think about just how bad the Mexican football federation botched this, Alejandro has taken the decision right now in a program with no sporting director, no head coach, no guarantee if the next head coach will value him, a deeper player roster in positions that he could be of need. I mean, if you want to play him at the winger position, you've got Christian Pulisic. You have Timothy weah, Giovanni Reina. You have the likes of Brendan aaronson, et cetera, et cetera. If you want to play in the midfield, well, he's probably going up against Weston McKinney, Luca del toro, Eunice Musa, mahi levy, Adams, Adams. Yeah, if you want to play as a double 6, which he has in the past. In Mexico, he'd have an easier road, right? Absolutely. I would say that if he would have gone on to play for Mexico and you take a look at the current squad that has been selected, that's 34 players for two games. Even then, when you take a look at Mexico's midfield and you take a look at the options that they have on the wing, I would say that Zendaya has compares very favorably to some of the names on that list like Diego Linus, who obviously came back from a very difficult spell in Europe and is now with digress and Liga MX. You've got players that are in Europe right now, like Gutierrez, who normally play more towards the middle over at PSV at saint Alvarez, who's obviously more of a defensive midfield option. Luis Romo, who was talked about so much from league MX and tried to make it out to Europe, but ended up in monterrey. And Luis Chavez, who had a very good World Cup and was talked about potentially going to Bundesliga, but didn't do so. None of these players I would say at this point in time are on the level and have that sort of notoriety, not just in Mexico, but in Europe, than the players that you've just mentioned for the U.S. men's national team. A lot of those guys are in Europe, a lot of those guys are plying their trade and some of the best leagues in the world, whereas in Mexico, it pretty much, especially at this point in time, you only need to be very good for your Liga MX team to be considered. If you're in Europe, that's a huge bonus. You're pretty much guaranteed to call up at that time. But sendek has wouldn't need to do that. I mean, he's playing very well. He's playing great football for one of the two most important teams in the country. And for him to go and do that, as you mentioned, just says so much about how they mishandled the situation and how at this point in time, even Mexico, they do have a new national team coach in Diego coca. They do have a new governing body that's kind of helping them navigate this period towards the 2026 World Cup. They will have a new president, of course, but that's just a very top the tip of the spear, right? The rest of the organization has been filled out and sendek has did not want to engage with this new organization and he just, you know, passed when they came in last minute, January of this year and asked him to reconsider and go back to the Mexican national team. At that point, he said, no, the decision had been made. And now he's on the U.S. team for good. A lot of people are asking themselves how these players can switch back and forth or why it's such a tough decision. I will say this being Mexican American myself and I know you have a love and appreciation for two different countries as well living two different cultures, especially being in a border town. When the love and respect is equal to these cultures to these countries, for these kids, it really becomes a business decision at times and there's nothing wrong with that. Choosing where you play your football doesn't define who you are as a person, where you kick a soccer ball, what color of the Jersey is, won't define Alejandro Zendaya and who he is. So great stuff I'm an Erica. Don't go anywhere. I want to bring you back for little memo chila talk and some Mexican national team. So don't go anywhere. We'll be right back with more Eric Gomez of ESPN.