We present you a line-up made up of elements that played in the celestial squad before wearing the Eagles shirt
Mario Carrillo raises several lineups for the azulcremas
MEXICO — jonathan rodriguez Y Nestor Araujo They are so far the stellar hirings of the America ahead of the Apertura 2022. Both players, who previously went through Blue Crosswould be part of the ideal eleven of the soccer players who defended the blue-cream shirt, after they were in the ranks of La Maquina.
The current goalkeeper of León appeared in the Maximum Circuit with Blue Cross in 2008. Blanco played 22 games with La Maquina, nine of MX League and 13 in the Concacaf Champions League before leaving the cement fields in the summer of 2009 to move to Pachuca. In 2010 he began as a footballer for Americabut did not play in the semester that he was in the feathered ranks.
His stellar position is central defense, but in this line-up he would play as a right-back. The Chivas youth squad arrived at Blue Cross in 2004 through the affiliate Cruz Azul Hidalgo, but managed to play one game with the star squad of La Maquina before leaving in the summer of 2005. With America He was only in the first semester of 2008, during which time he added three matches.
The ‘Flaco’ Macías played as a defender and was forged in the basic forces of Toluca, from which he came to Blue Cross in 2000. He spent a year with La Maquina, with whom he played 19 matches, and went directly to the ranks of Americawhere he stayed for six months, during which time he played eleven matches.
The new soccer player America joins the list of players who have defended the azulcremas colors after going through Blue Cross. Araujo He was forged in the inferiors of La Maquina, a team with which he debuted in 2010 and with which he remained until 2013, when he left for Santos. From the Warriors, he emigrated to Europe and for the Apertura 2022 he signed to be a reinforcement of the Eagles.
Javier Sanchez Galindo
The left back appeared in the First Division with Blue Cross in 1966, a team with which he won five championships in the highest category of Mexican soccer. In 1974 he moved to Chivas and a year later he signed for the Americaa team that he represented until 1979 and with which he added another championship.
He debuted professionally in 1965 with the shirt of Blue Cross. He was at La Maquina until 1973, during which time he collected four league titles. It was in 1975 when he reached the ranks of the Americawhere he spent four years, after winning yet another championship.
Ramón Ramírez’s younger brother came to Blue Cross in 1999, but he was only in La Noria in the first six months of that year without adding minutes as a sky blue. He then went through Toro Neza and Pachuca, until arriving in the summer of 2000 at Americawhere he also spent a semester without having activity in the stellar team.
He came to Mexican soccer in 2005 through the door of Blue Cross, a team with which he added 19 goals and nine assists in the 69 games he played. La Maquina ceded it to Pachuca before they negotiated it directly with Americateam in which he was in 2008, but he only played 26 duels as azulcrema, in which he scored two goals and gave four assists.
The ‘Matador’ debuted in the First Division with Blue Cross in 1990, but it only lasted for a year. Already an experienced footballer and with a World Cup under his belt, he reached the America in 2000. With the Eagles he played 27 duels and was proclaimed champion in the Summer of 2002.
The ‘Loco’ spent a year and a half with Blue Cross, between 2002 and 2003. With La Maquina, in addition to winning a scoring championship, he made 43 appearances, scoring 36 times. From the celestial ones he passed directly to the Americabut his performance was not what was expected, with just three goals in the 16 games he played.
He is the main signing of the America ahead of the 2022 Opening. The ‘Cabecita’, who was with La Maquina between 2019 and 2022, was fundamental in the coveted ninth star that he achieved Blue Cross in the Guard1anes Clausura 2021. A year after his dismissal from the cement workers, with whom he scored 50 goals in 109 games, he signed a contract with the Eagles.
Ruben Omar Romano
On the bench appears Rubén Omar Romano, who was in the technical direction of Blue Cross in 2005, with 32 games, of which he won eleven, drew ten and lost another eleven. In 2008 he took the reins of the Americawith whom he had 17 clashes, but only had three wins, one draw and 13 losses.
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The ideal eleven of soccer players who first went through Cruz Azul and then through America