Friday, June 23, 2017

GSH's for 6/23.. Why not bring Emilio back? Carlos Tevez? ๐Ÿ˜

Gaven, Schelotto, Hejduk: Three Crew SC-related social media topics of interest for today.

What's Emilio been up to?

Back in Venezuela

Since leaving the Columbus Crew in 2012 Emilio has played for Defensor Sporting in Uruguay, Carabobo in Venezuela, Caracas in Venezuela, San Marcos in Chile, Nubelense in Chile, Monagas and Metropolitanos back once again in Venezuela. 

This article from today made me take a look.

With San Marcos in Chile two years back.

Since his departure from Columbus in 2012 he has 18 goals in 109 appearances.

With Columbus from 2009 to 2012 he had 16 goals in 69 appearances. So might be something he could get behind too.

I'm just saying if your looking for that 2nd striker to fulfill a role off the bench and provide some leadership (now 32) I could see that from Renteria. Always liked him.

Jahn is on target for 15 goals in 72 so not much of a difference.

Schelotto and Boca to celebrate at home on Sunday in their last game of the season

Guillermo Barros Schelotto: "El equipo apareciรณ cuando tenรญa que aparecer"

Boca has already won the Argentine Primera but in their final game on Sunday against previous Crew target Lucas Gamba and Union de Santa Fe they'll get the chance to celebrate at home.

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After several frustrations between 2014 and 2016, Boca returned to consecrate themselves in the Argentinean tournament, without Carlos Tevez , who left the club in the middle of the tournament after accepting a multimillion-dollar offer from Chinese football. 

Although Tevez is already planning to leave China already๐Ÿ˜… and has already stated he could end up back at Boca although he does not yet know "what he will do?" 

I bet some MLS team could see that as a way to sell some shirts and bet Tevez could do some damage here.  

How about Schelotto just brings him to Columbus with him?

That would be a nice boost. ๐Ÿ˜‰

In 2007, with almost 34 years and few chances to continue as a starter in Boca, the 'Mellizo' emigrated to the Columbus Crew, Major League Soccer United States, where he played until the end of 2010, and concluded his career as a footballer in the United States. 

First half of 2011, back in his beloved Gimnasia La Plata, although he could not help avoid the decline. The collective performance of the cast of the Mellizo did not convince in some sections of the championship, but was sustained thanks to the performances of Ricardo Centuriรณn , Fernando Gago, Pablo Perez, Wilmar Barrios, and company. article 

Nobody hates us and we don't care
I think if FC Cincinnati comes to MLS they will fulfill that role for us quite sufficiently. 

And two 30,000 plus US OPEN CUP matches in a row after they play Chicago on June 28th, this 2nd one will be broadcast even on ESPN 2; which we can't even achieve as an organization should get them in Major League Soccer very quick.

Gladly for us it's unlikely that MLS will look to repeat a San Jose Earthquakes 2. But, I hope the Crew take that Open Cup as a swift we need to do something.


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