Who will win. Mexico! da yanks r talking shit! :nono:
:howler:Jonny Knoxville said:Da yanks have been patiently waitin
To make it through all da yankee hatin in Mexico
Debating whether or not
US mens NT will finally win there
Mexico think they r da shit , but they aint da shit letz face it
They r shit da yanks r saying shit
Yanks will bring Eddie Johnson and them wit him
And turn that day into focking mayhem
Dont let me lose u yankees
I am not tryin to confuse u
When Eddie Johnson letz lose with is uzi foot
And just shoot through u Mexico
U get da message :scream: :scream: :scream:
Just about everywhere in the Southwest:California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. I live in a small town in Southern California where I can honestly say that the Mexican population is about 65% or higher.beerschot_fan said:it seems that way here also, (los angeles)
Very well said. At the same time however, I have some friends who like the idea of Chivas USA. It will be very interesting to see how this team will affect the hispanic comunity in Southern California as well as in other places with a high hispanic population.Tim said:Here, the local Hispanic population consists mostly of people that were born and raised in America, but the whole area still has strong cultural ties with Mexico, and I suppose those ties extend to their preference in national teams. I would not go so far as to say that the people consider themselves to be more Mexican than American, but Mexico certainly plays an important role and is a strong influence.
The work begins for El Tri
The Mexican national team returned to work with some injured players and without coach Ricardo Volpe in preparation for Saturday's game against their U.S. counterpart in qualification for the 2006 World Cup in Germany.
The national team conducted the practice under the orders of La Volpe's aid, ex goalkeeper Jorge Campos, who learned the news that some players had arrived injured.
In accordance with the report of Dr. José Luis Serrano, the players who displayed physical problems as a result of the games played on the eve of the 6th round of the 2005 Torneo Apertura are:
Cruz Azul defender, Ricardo Osorio, who is the only one of the injured players in doubt to face the Americans this Saturday, Gerardo Galindo and Rafael Márquez. Furthermore, Jared Borgetti has yet to be evaluated.
Serrano explained that the Cruz Azul central defender suffered a contusion to the internal part of the right knee and has an inflamed medial collateral ligament. He will be in observation to monitor his progress and to see if he will be ready for Saturday or held until the Panama game.
Regarding the UNAM Pumas player, "Jerry" Galindo, he indicated that he is carrying an inflammation of the plantar base, an injury he had already been carrying for quite some time, but with good treatment he hopes to be able to train this Tuesday with the rest of the squad.
Márquez, on the other hand, has a first degree ligament sprain to his right ankle, the reason for which he did not train this Monday and will be in treatment begining tomorrow (Tuesday) in order to be fit to play.
The rest of the squad is in good condition for the work and the game against the Americans, although they lack only the incorporation of Bolton forward Jared Borgetti, who will report to El Tri tonight, and La Volpe, who arrives on Tuesday.