Saturday, February 2, 2013

Chivas USA Gauging Interest of Mexican Gerardo Torrado

Club Officials Scouting, Gauging Interest of Player in Tonights Leon-Cruz Azul Game


Chivas USA has decidedly gone back to their roots as a club that recruits Mexican-American players as the have been having a “fire sale” of non-Mexican-American players. Casey Townsend, Nick Labrocca have been exiled to other clubs while rumors of Shalrie Joseph and Dan Kennedy leaving are still lingering. 

With all this known, the club are looking for a known Mexican player that can help boost club moral as well as spark up interest from the dying fan base.

A source has told MLS Transfers that two club officials will be at tonight's Leon-Cruz Azul game to "scout and gauge the interest of Gerardo Torrado". The central midfielder is a Mexican international with vast experience in the Spainsh first division and Mexico. With over 137 caps for Mexico, he is one of the most decorated players in the teams history and could bring much needed leadership to Chivas USA.

More information on this situation should be given to us today so stay tuned for more updates throughout the day.

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