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Chivas USA Weekly Update: February 28, 2012
Chivas USA travel to Portland for tournament- fall to AIK in first match; The Red-and-White announce their 2012 TV Broadcast Schedule; Chivas USA adds three new Goats to its roster; Rojiblancos defeat Loyola Marymount
· Chivas USA fall to AIK…read more
· Goats announce its 2012 season television broadcast schedule…read more
· Check out the Red-and-White’s photos of training in Portland…read more
· Chivas USA sign three new Goats to its roster…read more
· Rojiblancos defeat Loyola Marymount Lions…read more
· The Red-and-White falls to Club Tijuana…read more
EYE ON YOUTH
Chivas USA Youth Development, Academy, and Soccer School Calendar, Activity, and Information
Chivas USA Youth Academy…click here for information
News articles from around the web
· FoxSportsWest.com feature Chivas USA vs. AIK result – Chivas USA falls 2-0 to AIK
· MLSsoccer.com article about Portland Tournament – MLS clubs set for Portland showdown
· MLSsoccers.com 2012 Chivas USA preview – Rojiblancos on the rise
· ESPNLosAngeles.com article regarding upcoming week for Goats – Tough choices for Coach Fraser
RED AND WHITE COMMUNITY
Chivas USA had stop number two today of its 2012 “Read and Score” Bus Tour, a special week-long event that kicked off yesterday, and will have school children all over Southern California reading Dr. Seuss’ classic tale “The Lorax.” Chivas USA’s all-star reading team arrived at Jefferson Elementary School on a school bus this morning, bringing with it special guest readers, members of the ChivaGirls squad, the ChivaFighter mascot, and The Lorax character from Universal Pictures upcoming “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax” movie in theaters March 2. Special guest readers who participated in this morning’s event included Chivas USA Owner & President Antonio Cue, Club General Manager Jose Domene, Kevin Baxter from the LA Times; David Faitelson from ESPN Deportes, and Enrique Gutierrez, sports anchor for Univision KMEX Channel 34.
CHIVAS USA TRAINING SCHEDULE: February 29 – March 6*
Wednesday, February 29 Training, 10 am – University of Portland
Thursday, March 1 Chivas USA vs. Portland Timbers, 7:30 pm – JELD-WEN Field, Portland
Friday, March 2 Training, 9 am – Tualatin Hills Recreation Center, Beaverton, OR.
Saturday, March 3 Training, 10 am – University of Portland
Sunday, March 4 Chivas USA vs. San Jose Earthquakes, 2:30 pm – JELD-WEN Field, Portland
Monday, March 5 Travel: Return to Los Angeles
Tuesday, March 6 Off
*Approximate Training session times 60 to 90 minutes. Subject to change without prior notice. All times Pacific, unless otherwise noted. For latest information, or if you plan on attending a session, please contact Chivas USA’s Public Relations Department.
CHIVAS USA FALLS 0-2 TO AIK
Red-and-White controlled and kept possession of the ball most of the time, but it was not enough
PORTLAND, OR (Monday, February 27, 2012) – Today Chivas USA lost 0-2 against Sweden’s AIK from the Allsvenskan first-division, during its first match as part of the three doubleheader sessions tournament at the JELD-WEN Field in Portland. AIK’s forward Lundberg and midfielder Atakora scored in the first and second half respectively. Chivas USA will train tomorrow morning in preparation to Thursday’s match against home team Portland Timbers.
The battle was in the middle of the pitch were both midfielder lines clashed several times during the match. Despite controlling and keeping possession of the ball most of the time, Chivas USA fell against AIK. Chivas USA generated several goal opportunities throughout the 90 minutes of the match but the Red-and-White shots were either blocked or deflected by AIK’s defensive line.
Venezuelan Alejandro Moreno and Ecuadorian Miller Bolaños generated a big opportunity for Chivas USA. Triangular move at the right of the pitch, Bolaños crossed to Moreno who immediately kicked back and returned the favor to Bolaños who did not have the space to accommodate, lost control of the ball and AIK’s defender Fallman took it away at minute 26.
Three minutes later, Chivas USA attacked again, this time through Ante Jazic who came from the left side of the pitch, found and crossed to Miller Bolaños who could not pass AIK’s defensive line. Immediately after, another Read-and-White wave, this time, Alejandro Moreno playing as midfielder served to Juan Pablo Angel who could not surprised European defender Karisson at minute 29. In the minute 28, Canadian defender Ante Jazic complained about a pain in his wrist but he kept on playing for the rest of the match. 0-1 – When Chivas was controlling the game at the edge of the first half, AIK’s midfielder Lalawele Atakora assisted forward Viktor Lundberg who beat Goat’s GK Dan Kennedy in minute 41. 0-2 – Early in the second half, Atakora again, this time as a scorer and assisted by midfielder Robin Quaison. Atakora came from the left side of the pitch in relation to AIK’s attacked. The European went through James Riley and Valencia. Red-and-White GK Kennedy intended to block Atakora’s shot but the ball went over Kennedy’s left shoulder and inside the right corner of the goal in the minute 52. Robin Fraser made all the substitutions throughout the second half starting in minute 46 when he substituted midfielder Ryan Smith for Alan Souza; ten minutes later Ben Zemanski substituted forward Bolaños; in the minute 58, Michael Lahoud was substituted by Frenchmen Laurent Courtois; in the 63rd minute Casey Townsend entered the pitch substituting Alejandro Moreno, and Mexican American Cesar Romero substituted Juan Pablo Angel in the minute 71. Chivas USA generated many goal opportunities in the second half as well. In minute 71, Alan Souza attacking from the right side in the middle of the pitch tried a triangular play with Zemanski who gave it back to Souza who could not reach the ball before AIK’s defender kicked it out of the box. In the minute 87, the three newcomers Romero, Casey, and Souza generated another great opportunity starting the play from the right side of their attack. The Goats will now face Portland Timbers on Thursday, March 1 at 7:30 pm PT at the JELD-WEN Field. For more information about Chivas USA please visit www.cdchivasusa.com Follow us on Twitter @cdchivasusa and Facebook.com/chivasusa
Chivas USA vs. AIK
February 27, 2012 – JELD-WEN Field
SCORING SUMMARY: AIK – Lundberg (Atakora) 41
AIK – Atakora (Quaison) 52
MISCONDUCT SUMMARY: AIK – Robin Quiason (caution; reckless tackle) 18
LINEUPS: Chivas USA — Dan Kennedy, James Riley, John Valencia, Heath Pearce, Ante Jazic, Michael Lahoud (Laurent Courtois, 58), Alejandro Moreno (Casey Townsend, 63), Oswaldo Minda, Ryan Smith (Alan Souza, 46), Miller Bolaños (Ben Zemanski, 55), Juan Pablo Angel (Cesar Romero, 71).
Substitutes Not Used: Tim Melia, David Jr. Lopez, Rauwshan McKenzie, Scott Gordon, Jose Najera.
AIK: Ivan Turina; David Fällman (Sal Jobarteh, 85), Per Karlsson, Niklas Backman, Martin Lorentzson; Daniel Gustavsson, Robin Quaison (Robert Ahman Persson, 76), Daniel Tjernström, Lalawele Atakora; Alhassan Kamara (Kwame Amponsah Karikari, 78), Viktor Lundberg.
Referee: Paul Ward Referee’s Assistants: Darren Clark, Balboucar Jallow 4th Official: Drew Fischer Time of Game: 1:49 Weather: Partly cloudy and 42 degrees
About Chivas USA
Founded in 2004, Los Angeles-based Club Deportivo Chivas USA has achieved remarkable success in seven full seasons in Major League Soccer. From 2006-2009, the Mexican-owned club qualified for the MLS Cup Playoffs in four consecutive seasons, to the delight of its passionate supporters. In addition, Chivas USA’s innovative grassroots programs demonstrate its deep commitment to the Southern California community, while the club’s youth teams and Soccer Academies offer unprecedented opportunities to the region’s best young talent. For more information on Chivas USA, please call 1-877-CHIVAS-1 or visit cdchivasusa.com.
"La visita a Cuba sería el callarnos y no denunciar y yo creo que un profeta no puede callar. Si un profeta se calla, verdaderamente no es profeta y un cristiano tiene que ser profeta. Sería muy fácil regresar como un turista pero no sería honesto"
Msgr. Agustín Roman.
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KINGDOM OF SERBIA ASSOCIATION MARKS PATRON SAINT DAY AT THEWHITE PALACE
Belgrade, 26 February 2012 – Kingdom of Serbia, a monarchist association whose patron is His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander II, celebrated its Patron Saint Day this evening at the White Palace. The ceremony was hosted by Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine, and was very well attended. The reception was also attended by Their Graces Bishop of Zvornik and Tuzla Vasilije and Vicar Bishop of Remeziana Andrej, His Grace Mnsg. Djuro Gasparevic, Bishop of Srem, H.E. Mr. Vladimir Chushev, Ambassador of Republic of Belarus, Prof. Dr. Dragoljub Kavran, member of the Crown Council, Mr. Milorad Savicevic, Prof. Dr. Kosta Cavoski and Mr. Djurdje Ninkovic, members of the Crown Cabinet, and many distinguished guests.
HRH Crown Prince Alexander II addressed the guests and wished them a happy Patron Saint Day St. Symeon Myroblytai. His Grace Bishop of Zvornik and Tuzla Vasilije and Mr. Bojan Starcevic, President of Kingdom of Serbia Association, also delivered speeches.
TheKingdom of Serbia is the biggest monarchist association inSerbia, with over 15000 members and 50 branches all over the country.
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