Archives: Cuauhtemoc Blanco

Defense Keys Revs 4th Trip to MLS Cup

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Taylor Twelllman and Steve Ralston seem to have gotten most of the ink this season for the Revolution, and why not? Ralston broke the all time MLS assists record set by his mentor Carlos “El Pibe” Valderrama earlier this season … Continue reading

Chivas and Chicago Draw in front of Ruckus Crowd

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In front of what was probably the most lively crowd at an MLS match in sometime, if ever Chicago gave away a lead for the third straight match and Manager Juan Carlos Osorio lost his temper and was shown off … Continue reading

Great Atmosphere as Chivas Draws Chicago

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In front of what was probably the most lively crowd at an MLS match in sometime, if ever Chicago gave away a lead for the third straight match and Manager Juan Carlos Osorio lost his temper and was shown off … Continue reading

ESPN Debuting Blanco Cam Tonight

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ESPN 2 bombed with Beckham Cam, because the combination of injuries and poor supporting play doomed David Beckham’ s short stint in MLS. But tonight ESPN 2 is debuting a “Blanco Cam” to follow Cuauhtemoc Blanco’s every move on the … Continue reading

“Blanco Cam” Debuts Tonight on ESPN 2

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ESPN 2 bombed with Beckham Cam, because the combination of injuries and poor supporting play doomed David Beckham’ s short stint in MLS. But tonight ESPN 2 is debuting a “Blanco Cam” to follow Cuauhtemoc Blanco’s every move on the … Continue reading

The Blanco Effect

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For all the hype around the arrival of David Beckham stateside, no mid-season signing has had the affect on its team than that of Cuauhtemoc Blanco for Chicago. Blanco’s signing was far from a sure thing: After all Mexican Internationals … Continue reading

The Blanco Effect

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

For all the hype around the arrival of David Beckham stateside, no mid-season signing has had the affect on its team than that of Cuauhtemoc Blanco for Chicago. Blanco’s signing was far from a sure thing: After all Mexican Internationals … Continue reading

What we Learned from the Friendlies

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This past week the United States became the epicenter of the club football world with numerous friendlies involving large clubs from all over the world, as well as the unveiling of David Beckham as a member of the Los Angeles … Continue reading

Blanco to Sign With Chicago

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Cuauhtemoc Blanco one of Mexico’s best all time players, but also a temperamental superstar who was controversially left off the 2006 World Cup team, will sign early this week with the Chicago Fire according to the Chicago Tribune. Blanco will … Continue reading

Blanco to MLS?

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SI.com is reporting that Cuauhtemoc Blanco, a legendary Mexican striker who was dropped from the national team by former coach Ricardo LaVolpe prior to Germany 2006 (but has subsequently returned to the squad under Hugo Sanchez) is close to a … Continue reading