Tuesday, March 2, 2010

New Miami FC Players, Stadium info and Zidane tells Materazzi no way I'll say sorry! by Burrito

Hola Amigos! Burrito hear Miami FC have signed muchos players and all South Florida Futbol fans will soon hear more from Burrito's Compadre Ignacio"El Nacho" Rodriguez who will tell the worlds why Miami FC will be USSF Div 2 Champions this season! Be sure to check el Twitter de Miami FC! It is http://twitter.com/Miamifc or go to http://www.miamifc.com/ for details in the coming days.

Todays Nacho announce 3 defenders:
Cristiano "Kaká" Dias
Cristiano Dias has been a part of the Miami FC family since 2007. Always a stalwart for the Miami FC backline, "Kaká" has become one of the team's fan favorites with his physical play and his desire to win. Paired with Zach Kirby last season, the defensive duo formed one of the most solid backlines in the league. The 6'3 Brazilian defender has had over 60 appearances for the Blues.

Mike Randolph
Randolph began his career with the Portland Timbers in 2006, where he played 25 matches and was a finalist for the USL-1 Rookie of the Year. Soon after, Randolph was signed by the L.A Galaxy where he played two years and had 39 appearances. Randolph has also been called up to the United States U-23 squad.

Chris Gbandi
After a stellar career at the University of Connecticut, Gbandi was drafted by the Dallas Burn with the first overall pick of the 2002 MLS SuperDraft. He made 111 appearances and scored three goals, including the last goal by a Dallas Burn player at the Cotton Bowl. He recently spent a year with FK Haugesund of the Norwegian First Division.
Read press release HERE
Miami FC now have new coach and it is Victor Pastora! Read about him HERE Burrito don't know Victor muy bien pero Burrito wish Victor lucks and will send him quesadilla in the morning!

Burrito also hear Lockhearts Stadiums will be official home of the Blues this year. This is great news for Burrito cause it like one big bathroom, with fresh cut lawns and no turf like at FIU stadium, yuck! Many Fans say they worry about article written by Jeff Rusnack on Sun Sentinel Read HERE. Concern come from re-naming the Blues to Strikers. It not the name that make Miami Fans nervous, it is the idea that team will be named "Ft Lauderdale" Strikers.
Burrito want to tell fans that Burrito's sources say team name will be Strikers and may not necesarililiy have a city name to it. Burrito want to tell fans that it no matter what they call the team. If you are true fan of futbol like Burrito is then you must support this team even if they call them the Sunrise Bunny Rabbits!
But for now our battle cry is Vamos Miami! Let's go Blues!

You want Miami FC Season Ticket info? Call the Commercial Director, Tommy Knapp at (954)829-9213 and get your tickets!

You guys read that Zinedine Zidane says to Italian Marco Materazzi hell no I wont say sorry?
More than once they insulted my mother and I never responded, but there ... and it happened. And to apologise for this - if it was Kaka, a regular guy, a good guy, of course I would have apologised, but to this one...
Read More HERE
Here is video of Zidane's greatest head butt hits! Yeeeeehaaaa! Hasta los huevos amigos!


Julio said...

Nice ED!!
Zidane's greatest head butt video.

Julio said...

Nice ED!!
Zidane's greatest head butt video.

Uncle Ed said...

I must apologize for Burrito's terrible writing skills, sometimes he makes no sense, having no thumbs has to be a bitch!

Anonymous said...

Uncle ed tell Miami FC not to change the name to FT Lauderdale Strikes. That will not go well with us Miami soccer.

Uncle Ed said...

From what I know they will not call the team Ft Lauderdale Strikers because they don't want to alienate the Miami fans. It will most likely be Strikers FC or some variation.

San Jose said...

You guys down in South Florida have had bad luck with the team’s owners. Miami Fusion would have been a success if they would have given them time, Garber blew it. Traffic/Miami FC is a joke they come and bring a bad second division team to South Florida instead of MLS. Soccer fans don't want to see a second division team, when they had MLS before. Marcelo Claure is all talk. You guys need investors that knows what it takes to make it work. As long as Traffic Sports is in South Florida will be without MLS.

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