3 Burst results for "Tim Rims"
Men In Blazers
"tim rims" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"All right. A little more on a former team meet us in the global America and the team that is burned, the Mexican national team, Guillermo ochoa memo choa. One of the more controversial figures recently in Mexican football. Born and bred American ista Aguilar from the youth academy. He recently came under fire in the news, I should say, for stating he wanted to play in his 6th World Cup Eric. Really quickly, it's not debatable. He's one of the best goalkeepers in the history of Mexican football. Every four years we hear his name. Like literally he's one of the best goalkeepers at the World Cup. Why hasn't he had more of a more success at the club level in Europe? Right, and the meme is that for international fans. He kind of disappears as he goes into a cocoon for three and a half years and then pops back up at the next World Cup, right? I would say that would show has had a brilliant career in Mexico, not just for the Mexican national team, but obviously for his club team, the only team that he's ever played for in Mexico, which is America's and that has his team, as we mentioned. The issue with him has always been something that has held back a ton of Mexican players when they try to make their move to Europe, which is the passport situation. Right. Especially when you're a goalkeeper, you have to really, really be a game changer for whatever team that you're going to to justify that non EU spot. And I think memo choa has slowly but surely been able to do that over the course of his career. Back in 2011, that's when he first made his move over to Europe. And he went to the French league with a hot show. He played in France for three years. He went to Spain for another three years. Then he went to Belgium for a couple of years. And I think the sort of the bad luck that's been associated with memo Cho is the fact that he's mostly played for bad teams. So in Mexico, there was a lot of people who still don't rate him because every single time that he's gone outside of the America league MX setup and gone over to Europe, he's had very, very difficult times keeping his teams afloat even in the French league in the Spanish league. Relegated three times. Yeah, relegated three times. He goes over to Belgium, which is a less competitive league. He has a better time there. And at that point, he gets his European passport, which facilitates him going to set AI right now at 37 years old and playing for another team that might be in city of bay by the time the season is over and suddenly Tana. He wants to play a 6th World Cup he's 37 years old right now. He would be in his 40s playing in a 6 World Cup. Something no player on this earth has done. You look historically, there are a handful of players that played in 5 world cups. Andres guardado memo Rafa Marquez being some of those players. It's great for these players for their resume, but Mexico as a whole as a program. How beneficial is it to have so many players with so many world cups? Well, isn't because it essentially means that you're not developing enough talent to make sure that those guys have the competition pushing below them to kind of lead them out of the Mexican national team. These are very high quality players, but there's no reason why. Rafa Marcus should be 39 years old and playing in his 5th World Cup for Mexico, especially at a position, a defensive position that requires a lot of finesse, a lot of speed and not just that mental agility that laugh I still had in spades by that point in time. For a goalkeeper, I think Mexico has been blessed with a lot of great talent over the last 20, 30 years. I mean, when we think about Mexican goalkeepers and we're not talking about Joel, we're talking about Jorge campos, right? But at this point in time, at this point in time, there's a little bit of a gap in talent when it comes to ranking memo choa and the other two three guys like Carlos acevedo at Santos and maybe at least malagon at America who might be nipping at his heels. So for Mexico to be looking at another World Cup where a guy is going to be out breaking a longevity record, I mean, it's a great story for us journalists who are trying to look at things to pick apart and talk about memo's going to be 41 rather by the time that next World Cup rolls around. So you wouldn't maybe expect him to start, but I think the troubling thing is, you're allowed to take three goalkeepers to any World Cup. I don't see three guys who are besting him at this point in time. And memo is 37. So there are two with this. So the first one is like what memo is thinking. Like, I'm not going anywhere. You want this job, take it from me. It's that simple. It's a competition and I see that, but there's also the other train of thought. And it's what the U.S. men's national team did. They told the likes of Tim Howard, Josie altidore, Clint Dempsey, Michael Bradley, the Jeff camerons of the world. Like, hey, thanks for coming. But this is a new generation. And they played with the new generation, Tyler Adams, Weston McKinney, the Zach stephans of the world, the Antony robinsons, the desk when they were coming up. And they took their lumps. They really took their lumps, but they allowed these kids to have that experience. And they were the second youngest team in the last World Cup, only because Tim remade the roster, if not they would have been the youngest team. Tim rim who was like 37 years old right now.
"tim rims" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Police scored the goal, yeah? At one nil. You would have been a different story, maybe. Possibly. So it's about details. It's not all about tactic. I mean, for example, we have Christian pillars, it's heard that they have a good world cup, but effectively, these are squad product. It's a squad player at a club not even fighting for the Premier League. You have to have some perspective, you know, items at a great World Cup, but he's playing for a club that's fighting relegation in the Premier League. It's hard to step up to we're talking about England today and we're talking about France. We're talking about Argentina and the Netherlands. Yeah, one or two of them are not the greatest in the world. But the players playing for the Barcelona's and all these elite clubs. You know, you guys have one or two, but they're not at that level. And I think they hit a damn good World Cup. And I think the last 16 for me is where their level is. And where will that level then take them in 2026? Because the argument is obviously this young group, they're going to be four years more advanced. Four years more, mature, will there be four years better? Well, well, I'm going to think. I think the question here is very difficult to look that far ahead. You know, you've got so many permutations. I just mentioned that Taylor Adams, Brendan aaronson, two young players, but where the hell will originated be? Where will they be? If they get relegated will this stay there, probably not. Christian Pulisic. You can't continue to be a better part. Has to find these feet somewhere. Tim rim is not going to be around. Who's been excellent? Is he going to still be sitting on his backside at arsenal as the number two? There are so many questions. But will these guys will be playing and how they'll be playing come the next World Cup? I think it's impossible to say, there's my Spain, that's it for sure and we build around everything and that's going to be because for me, so much can change and 6 months a year, never mind four years. That's all right. Be America and be optimistic. It's what they are. Who they are. You know, it's part of the genes, you know? When I hear people here and I always come here, it's optimism. We make them be better than the others and believe that they can go so far. I heard Alexi lalas talking to the goalkeeper Turner. Saying today, see, today, do you think you can win the World Cup in 2026? I said, oh my God, what is he saying right now already? But that's what we are you can be upset about the American, but you have to respect that, that they are ready to go very far because of that optimistic. Unfortunately, there is an obsession over here about when in the World Cup. Now, that's maybe just the mentality of this culture and country. And listen, that's how it is and I understand that. However, speaking from my own perspective is we're generally brought up to come and live in the real world. And the real world is that is going to be 2026, not happening. But maybe 24 is 6. It's still going to be incredibly difficult. It doesn't matter if you have 350 million population. It doesn't matter. Doesn't matter. It's so difficult to know these fantastic quality players. And piece them all together at the one time. You might get them in fits and starts. You only got to look at Scotland at the moment, for example, you've got two of the finest left backs and the Premier League and Kieran Tierney and Andrew Robertson, but you're not going to win anything with two excellent left backs. You need other people and to do that all at once as Belgium. To do all at once to fet it 9 ten, 12 of the men and the one era is difficult. Congo caps an issue as well, isn't it? In a sense between now and the World Cup, what competitive matches are they going to be? They're going to be tested. And it's another bug bear in mind is how people start eulogizing and frothing at the mouth over the gold cup. It just winds me up because you have to put a perspective on it. And I understand it's a competition to play over here. But you have to put a perspective on it. And quality of opposition is hugely important. Right. So who they peck and choose to play when they have time over the next, but whatever it will be or be friendly. Friendly with national teams. You have to fight for the national championship. Yeah, but you we know friendlies. Frank, you've played in Friends, Craig played in Friends. You're not on the same level. Of course, it's not as important as a work of final, but it is important you play for your country. You have to be thankful to be on the field. In the second half, we need to pay a friendly against France against England against Argentina. If you find the schedule for those team to play against you, that will bring something important to the players because they're going to get better because even maybe France doesn't play, you know, 100% because it's the U.S. U.S. team. You will learn something playing against those teams. And that's going to bring something to you. Even if I don't think we were horrendous before the World Cup in 98, you know, playing those friendly games because we are fed up traveling and going anywhere for nothing because they are friendly games. But we learned how image Ike wanted us to work together.
GSMC Baseball Podcast
"tim rims" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"In the chase for your next milestone three thousand hits would look like not that long ago a milestone that would take close to a full season for cabrera to end up reaching. It ended up falling that season-long expectation six weeks before the the tigers last game and obviously miguel brera would have loved to have done it at home or in miami where he's from but that doesn't always happen so he hit his five hundred in toronto right and in all honesty. That really couldn't have been a worst plate better place. I guess you could say other than at home homemade at an in detroit or at omen miami. I mean it's pretty awesome. Would like he just missed hitting it. Wednesday night Or pat this past wednesday About a week ago now sending a fly ball to right field warning track off angels. closer russ rice l. a. glaze. And he he almost was able to do it at home and the and the tigers fans were all there watching him but unfortunately he wasn't able to get that one out but shohei ohtani said after that game back this past that past wednesday. I believe it was on the eighteenth of august He said show it said. Obviously he's a great hitter and one of the greatest of all time and he's a wonderful person i've dealt when i've dealt with him he so respected in the baseball world it i it would have been okay if i gave up his five hundred th homer personally. I want to see it happen soon. Cabrera emitted felt the pressure. You went eight homeless games after hitting his four hundred ninety nine home run in baltimore. He went four for thirty one cents. That drive when he stepped to the plate. Sunday with one out in the sixth and add a one to nothing. Detroit deficit grope last week. In detroit was tough. It was the first time in five six years. I see a crowd like that excited with a lot of energy. He said it was nice to see a lot of fans. It was nice to see energy backing comerica park. There was a lot of things going on in my mind. Because i want to do this in detroit but it's tough to hit a home. It's tough to hit home. Runs over there like it is. That's a pitcher's ballpark. It's really hard to get one al in in detroit it really is. That's there's a reason why like when you have when you look at the pitchers over there. They typically have lower eerie. Er just because it's it's tough ballpark to hit home. Runs in matt started them off. Though with a pair of ninety four mile an hour singers and with a one count they did try and change the speeds and try and get to cabrera chasing off the plate with the change up but cabrera's opposite field swing and swing. The he's been working on all you're trying to ingrain which the swing he said was inconsistent. It connected when miguel cabrera was asked if he thought it was gone off the bat. Cabrera said no. I don't think so when i hit it. I say come on get up. Get up something like that. But i play commerical. Parks every fly ball that too. That part is out. I'm glad i hit the fly ball there because if i hit it at comerica park. It's going to be two outs. So like i mean. It's like he's really happy that he was able to do there. And stack asked definitely back him up because that ball would have been an out in twenty seven of the thirty. Mlb ballparks commerical bark. As one of the exceptions the four hundred foot drive just cleared the fence and landed in the underbelly of the rogers centre with the tigers. Bullpen catcher. tim rims quickly retrieved it. It was cabrera's first home. Run in toronto since september ninth in two thousand seventeen. And oh my gosh. He is so so awesome. And we're gonna and we're gonna talk about his actual is actual career now Like just over not not just focusing on that home run. But now we're going to talk about his entire career. And miguel cabrera was born in maccarone aghuar state and venezuela to the choose parents. Miguel in georgina cabrera. Miguel cabrera was signed by the marlins in nineteen ninety nine as an amateur free agent in came up through the farm system. Teaming up with feature major leaguers adrian. Gonzales in dontrelle wills willis excuse me. He began his professional career in two thousand at shortstop in the gulf coast league after batting two sixty with ten doubles two triples. Two home runs through fifty seven games with the marlins cabrera was promoted to class able where he finished the final eight games batting two fifty with six rb is for the new york. Penn league blue socks in utica new york. It two thousand mickey also played winter ball for the g. grice arawa in venezuelan winter league for manager bill palmer who moved cabrera from shortstop to third base heading into the two thousand one season. The marlins bumped cabrera up to low class. A ball with the kane county cougars. He earned his way into the futures game during the all star weekend in seattle with gonzalez and he ended the bad at the end of the year. Batting two sixty eight with thirty extra base hits sixty six. Rbi's and distinguished himself as having the strongest arm. In the mid west league entering the following season cabrera was once again promoted but this time to the jupiter hammer heads of the class of the high class. A florida state league at the request of marlins coach is yin cabrera made. The transition from shortstop to third base by july is average was locked in to seventy seven any lettuce team and rb is with forty five..