Argentine Ignacio FERNANDEZ of River Plate reportedly wanted by MLS club LA Galaxy

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Argentine Ignacio FERNANDEZ is reportedly wanted by MLS club LA Galaxy.

Per a report by TyC Sports, former Boca Juniors and current LA Galaxy coach Guillermo Barros SCHELOTTO wants to sign FERNANDEZ.

SCHELOTTO recently took over as coach of the club.

 

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  1. if Fernandez believes that to leave River plate for play to MLS is move forward and upgrade
    for his career then he is same idiot as Pity.

    nothing more to say.

  2. dontbetahatguy You are going too far our present is Messi Aguero Di maria Banega Romero Otamendi Mercado they are sure to play on Copa 2019 but for 2022 WC it is too early to predict that our early 20’s player going to be world class they may be going to select for 2022 WC but they gonna have hard time against European opponents.Do not go too far bro,one step one time.
    You have to nurture your nursery do not aspect WORLD from them

  3. Mad man bielse call press conference
    At 5 o clock in UK time
    He may resign I like bielse but
    He is mad and unpredictable.
    Leeds fans re crying at the
    Moment.

      • Bro bielse is genius they accused him.
        He has been spying the other clubs
        Training ground than he call
        Press conference today
        All the british starting speculate
        That he will resign.
        But he brought his lap top
        Showed how he analysis
        Each game and how hard he work
        Saying I don’t need to go training
        Grounds he said he had all the
        Information but still admit he did spy
        He said there no rules stop him
        To go and watch the training
        For the other clubs.
        right now every journalist or radio tv
        Worker shocked the knowledge
        He has in football they ‘re saying
        Now we have glad to have bielse
        In english football
        It’s fair to say football without
        Argentinean is not same

  4. Lanzini,Lamela,De Paul, Locelso Icardi, Dybla are future of Argentina.
    and Palacios,Paredes Saravia Foyth Angeleri Acuna can also flourish if they are used or treated well.There are many Argentinian players like Pastore Ansaldi Gago who did not flourish.We should take good care of our players they are also humans and we should not let their talent to be wasted.
    I really feel bad for Ansaldi and Pastore.

    • “Lanzini,Lamela,De Paul, Locelso Icardi, Dybla are future of Argentina.
      and Palacios,Paredes Saravia Foyth Angeleri Acuna can also flourish if they are used or treated well.”

      OK let’s review what you said. Lanzini, Lamela, Dybala etc the future?
      Dybala is 25, Lamela is 26, Lanzini is 25, De Paul (even tho he’s going nowhere) is 24, Icardi is 25 turning 26 soon, Paredes is 24, Saravia is 25, so on.
      They are NOT the FUTURE, they are the PRESENT! In the future, by the next WC,they’ll be in their 30’s or late 20’s, and then we’ll have to move on according to alot of Mundo users, that at 30 your useless.
      But I don’t like when people say they’re the future, they’re not! They are the present! If they don’t take advantage and seal a spot in the team now, then when?

      The FUTURE players are kids like Lautaro Martinez (21), Foyth (21), Palacios (20), Almendra (18), Lisandro Martinez (20), Caseres (21), Balerdi (19), arguably even Mammana (22) and Lo Celso (22) even though both will soon turn 23, so I’d consider them more of the present now than the future.
      But these youngsters are the FUTURE, because they have their whole careers ahead of them, and haven’t even reached their peaks yet.
      Meanwhile, the older guys named above, we already know what they’re made of, and will most likely not improve from there.

      Just want to clear that up before we start getting ahead of ourselves.

      • @Dontbethatguy, it’s amazing how you are aware of the present and the future, but not the past.

        You’ve put the above mentioned players in their appropriate categories, but try to put Di Maria, Banega, Otamendi, Higuain, Romero etc in their category (the past/oldies) the next time you mention their names.

        • >D
          That made me laugh! lol
          To me, old is someone in their 50’s, but 30 years old you still have PLENTY to give.

          I believe yes, Di Maria is done, so is Higuain, Mercado and others.
          But Otamendi, Aguero, Messi, Romero still have plenty to give.
          So I wouldn’t label them “oldies” or “the past”, rather “veterans” of the squad, cause that’s exactly what they are. Doesn’t mean they have booked their spots in the 2022 WC automatically, but certainly means they should strongly be considered for the 2019 & 2020 Copa America.

          I believe if Messi stays fit, along with Ronaldo, both can be another Zanetti, Giggs, Rivaldo, Totti, Maldini, who play till their 40’s and at a high level, not at some second division team. Both Messi and Ronaldo can still perform at high levels despite their age, due to their quality that would more than make up for loss of pace.

          A player like Messi comes once in a lifetime, and therefore he must be taken advantage of to the fullest, and we should just appreciate watching him play as long as we can. Doesn’t mean he’ll play in the 2026 world cup, not at all, but he’s more than capable of playing one more in 2022. Maybe that’ll finally be his year, and all of ours.

          • You are pretty much contradicting your argument and I think many will struggle to understand the point behind your argument. Look, a player can either be part of the past, the present, or the future, but not all. So tell me where do Otamendi, Aguero, Banega, Romero and Rojo belong?

            “To me, old is someone in their 50’s, but 30 years old you still have PLENTY to give”

            It seems you are running away from reality. I don’t know how long you’ve been watching football, but this tells me something about your football knowledge if you were serious about this.

            Messi is a very special player in my opinion and deserves to be part of our team till Qatar 22 or even later, but the other names you have mentioned don’t even deserve to represent the team right now let alone the future. You want Otamendi who past his prime and now is a bench warmer at Man City to get a call-up? You sometimes claim the team should be represented by the most in form players and now you want Otamendi and Romero to be part of your team?

            Dude, open your eyes, this is Argentina. What Scaloni looks for is to give a call to everyone who plays week in and week out and in form at the same time. Who needs Banega when there is Paredes, Lo Celso, Pereyra, De Paul and etc?

            Be realistic and use your brain, man!

          • @dadir10

            “Look, a player can either be part of the past, the present, or the future, but not all. So tell me where do Otamendi, Aguero, Banega, Romero and Rojo belong?”

            Well, I had answered that, but I’ll post it again for your convenience.

            “But Otamendi, Aguero, Messi, Romero still have plenty to give.
            So I wouldn’t label them “oldies” or “the past”, rather “veterans” of the squad, cause that’s exactly what they are. Doesn’t mean they have booked their spots in the 2022 WC automatically, but certainly means they should strongly be considered for the 2019 & 2020 Copa America.”
            So if you want a summed up answer, present player (at least for the time being)

            And I’m running from reality saying someone in their 30’s still has plenty to give?
            Oh yea, guy’s in their 30’s can’t hack it anymore. Just look at Messi, 17 goals & 10 assists in 17 games, pathetic! David Silva, 6 assists and 2 goals this season at the age of 33, Pathetic! Fernandinho, 1 goal and 3 assists at the age of 33 playing as a DM in the best league in the World, Pathetic! Lewandowski, 10 goals and 5 assists in 16 games, washed up! Ronaldo, 14 goals, 5 assists this season, finished! Mandzukic, 8 goals and 3 assists, washed up!

            It’s as if its blasphemy brining a player who’s 33, 34,35 to the WC. Look at Klose, Iniesta, David Slva, Yepes, etc.

            Otamendi washed up? Why is that? Because he has to compete against the likes of Laporte, Stones, Kompany?
            Last season he started every game bc there weren’t many options, just him Kompany and Stones. And Kompany was injured, so his spot was guaranteed. Who challenged him, Sandler, Mangala? Laporte was bought in January and didn’t even play much then.
            If Pezzella was in this situation, he’d be benched as well, or probably even sold. But he doesn’t, at Fiorentina Pezzella competes against the likes of Milenkovic, Laurini, Biraghi, etc, so of course he starts every game LOL. Let him compete against who Otamendi has to compete against and well see how often he plays.

            I never said Otamendi, Romero, Aguero should represent the future, don’t know where that came from. I said they should strongly be considered for both Copa’s 2019 & 2020, that’s it!

            Also, never even mentioned Banega, so I don’t know why he’s being brought up.

            Your hatred for the veterans is blinding you from realizing how they have lifted this team!
            They brought us to a WC Final for the first time since 1990! You know who was playing then? Maradonna! It’s no shame for Messi to lose against Germany.
            Messi lost 2 Copa America Finals in a row against Chile! Know who else did that?
            Zanetti, Alaya against Brazil, once in 2004 and the other in 2007!
            Last time we won a Copa America was against Mexico of all teams, thanks to a brace by Batistuta!
            To not recognize that this team has taken strides is unfair.
            When one guy has to carry a team, it’s impossible. Not even Maradonna had to carry the team as much as Messi has in the last couple of years.

          • Dadir10

            > Look, a player can either be part of the past, the present, or the future, but not all.

            You’re drawing and arbitrary line here that isn’t correct. Players can be all the above, not sure why you think they can’t.

            Did Messi play in the past? Yes

            Is Messi capable of playing in the present? Fuck yes, asinine to think he’s done.

            Is Messi capable of playing in the future? Fuck yes, he would still be better than the vast majority of players.

        • @dadir
          Those guys they ‘re not real arg fan
          They re messi di Maria aguero
          Followers and they know thier
          Time is all most up the funny thing
          The other day they were talking rajo
          Ahead of taglafiaco that is amazing
          No disrespect to rojo but he can’t
          Even get 18 men squad for Utd
          Than they were saying he has to
          Be the Nt that is realy joke
          I can’t wait this messi generation
          to finish playing For the Nt.

          • “has played more than 10 matches no goal no assist even against weak teams”

            is the amount of matches a lot? Or is he striker or playmaker to be evaluted after assists and goals. If I remember correctly Aguero, Higuain and Di Maria – being attacking players – together had scored 1 or 2 goals in whole last qualifiers having each one 70-90 games in NT.

          • My friend, wanting ADM, Messi, aguero, etc doesnt mean they are not “real fans”. Everyone here in mundo is a REAL FAN.

            We want veterans because whether or not you like it, they are still Superior. You guys arbitrarily claim they are done but we couldn’t disagree more. It also doesn’t help your cause when our coach “Mr training wheels “is still meh.

            Try to understand from another perspective. We see a coach that isn’t great and we see a massive gulf in talent between the golden gen and the current gen. Obvious example is the difference in talent between Aguero and Simeone. I mean, come on, going from world class to B rated striker is going to make people neRvous. When people say they want simeone over aguero, I think that opinion is only possible if they are smoking crack. Same thing with Messi vs Cervi, Martinez, etc and Otamendi vs Funes Mori, etc.

            Overall, drop in talent + bad coach means veteran players are still highly valued.

          • @Choripan, I talked about Messi. If you need my to know my opinion about Messi you can look at my previous posts.

            Taking Messi as an example to make a case for the rest of the oldies is a useless thing. Almost every Argentina fan wants Messi to be around and take part the coming competitions, but many (me included) don’t want the other guys “oldies” to represent the team. Why? Coz they don’t deserve that anymore. It’s time to use their replacement and move on.

            I don’t know why Messi-generation fans are so obsessed with old players who had their time and on top of that will never contribute to this new project (rebuilding).

            De paul, Lo Celso, Paredes, Tagliafico, Pity Martinez, Pezzella, Pereyra, etc are all doing great job at their respective clubs, so why do you want to give their spots to players who had their time and past their prime? Isn’t that unfair?

            Keep in mind that the team is more important than your favourite players.

          • “De paul, Lo Celso, Paredes, Tagliafico, Pity Martinez, Pezzella, Pereyra, etc are all doing great job at their respective clubs, so why do you want to give their spots to players who had their time and past their prime? Isn’t that unfair?”

            Because of the clubs that they are playing at! They are not necessarily world class.
            Every single “oldie” (something a 12 year old would say) is at a big club, whether Barcelona, Man City, Man U, Sevilla, PSG, etc.

            Meanwhile, the “future” play at Fiorentina, Zenit, Real Betis, etc.

            It’s no comparison, where this future is playing now compared to the oldies years ago at their age.
            The skill and experience are MILES apart, no comparison whatsoever.
            (Oh but PSG is easy!) Oh Yea? Lo Celso couldn’t make it there LOL
            But Di Maria and Lavezzi did!

          • @dadir10

            i think you answered the wrong post but ill address both.

            replace Messi with Aguero and its still work. Replace messi with Otamendi and it still work….Ota actually has competition in the current team but Agueros competition is Icardi. After that, im afraid they don’t come close for now. Maybe in the future but not today.

            > I don’t know why Messi-generation fans are so obsessed with old players who had their time and on top of that will never contribute to this new project (rebuilding)

            I addressed this in the post already so ill repeat.

            We want veterans because whether or not you like it, they are still Superior. You guys arbitrarily claim they are done but we couldn’t disagree more. It also doesn’t help your cause when our coach Scaloni aka Mr training wheels is still meh.

            Try to understand from another perspective. We see a coach that isn’t great and we see a massive gulf in talent between the golden gen and the current gen. Obvious example is the difference in talent between Aguero and Simeone. I mean, come on, going from world class to B rated striker is going to make people neRvous. When people say they want simeone over aguero, I think that opinion is only possible if they are smoking crack. Same thing with Messi vs Cervi, Martinez, etc and Otamendi vs Funes Mori, etc.

            Overall, drop in talent + bad coach means veteran players are still highly valued.

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