Mexicans Abroad 5/19-5/20

Seasons are almost finished, but read about the few that are still going on.

Check out how the Mexicans abroad fared during this past weekend!

Pablo Barrera(Real Zaragoza)– Season has ended.

Hector Moreno (Espanyol) – Season has ended.

Taufic Guarch(Espanyol B)– Taufic was not called for the 0-0 against Pontevedra.

Andres Guardado (Deportivo la Coruña)– Guardado played 84 minutes and gave an assist during the 3-1 midweek win against Las Palmas. He played 75 minutes in the 3-2 loss to Xerez in a loss that prevented Deportivo from sealing their direct ascension into La Liga. Guardado also travled, with club permission, to hold talks with Valencia. Next: Huesca 5/27

Jonathan Dos Santos (Barcelona )– Dos Santos entered the 1-2 loss against Valladolid in the 82 minute; he was sent off with a straight red card in the 87th minute. Next: Las Palmas

Carlos Vela (Real Sociedad) – Season has ended.

Anibal Zurdo(Guadalajara)– Anibal played all 90 minutes in the 0-3 loss to Celta. He played all 90 minutes in the 3-2 win against Elche. Next: Almeria


Giovani Dos Santos (Tottenham)– Season has ended.

Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez (Manchester United)– Season has ended.

Antonio Pedroza(Crystal Palace)– Season has ended.

Ulises Davila(Chelsea)– Season has ended.


Guillermo Ochoa(Ajaccio)– Ajaccio managed to guarantee next season in France’s first division with a 2-0 win against Toulouse. The team finished 16th with 41 points for the season. Ochoa played all 90 minutes against Toulouse.


Francisco ‘Maza’ Rodriguez (Stuttgart) – Season has ended.


Efrain Juarez(Celtic)– Season has ended.


Edson Rivera(Braga)– Season has ended.


Nery Castillo (Aris)– Season has ended.


Jose Manuel Rivera(RoPS)– Rivera played all 90 minutes and scored a goal in the 85th minute during the 3-1 win against FC KooTeePee.


Espanyol has a reported interest in Carlos Vela, as well as Cruz Azul in Mexico.


7 thoughts on “Mexicans Abroad 5/19-5/20”

  1. Did anyone saw the finals between Monterrey and Santos? Man that was a bad ass game… I was rooting for Monterrey but Santos offence was just too fast for Monterrey young defence… De Nigris was a beast at the second half but Chupete Suazo killed it for Monterrey… Peralta was just unstoppable until his injury got to him… I dont know if its this beer or me thats talking but that game was bad as fuck.

    1. yep that was a fitting end for a championship final, santos was just great. also one more rumor i heard was about nery going to pachuca.

  2. Agreed, it was pretty good game. I wonder if there is going to be interest in De Nigris from Europe again this summer. I can definitely see him playing for a mid to lower table team in the EPL.

  3. Really hoping to see many new faces in Europe from the young band of Mexican Players. Also would love to see Oribe Peralta and Aldo de Nigris in Europe. They really shUowed their class this past season and their goal scoring abilities are amazing. They may enjoy a mid level English team or Spanish team.

    1. Yeah, a perfect time to showcase peralta’s ability will be in london for the olympics. I am almost positive he is going to be called up in the place of chicharito.

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