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Bautista Bringing 'Bofo' Act to MLS This Summer?
Goal.com, March 18th, 2009 3:30PM

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Flamboyant Mexican forward Adolfo Bautista is entertaining thoughts of following in the footsteps of fellow famed star Cuauhtemoc Blanco by joining MLS this Summer, according to a report on mediotiempo.com.  

While the colorful "Bofo" currently plays for Jaguares in the Mexican First Division, the team has yet to renew his contract for the 2009-10 season, leaving him open to explore options either in the U.S. or abroad.  "I've got to wait and see if there are more proposals, but once the renewal didn't happen in January, it's more difficult for it to happen now," confessed the creative goal scorer.

An occasional call-up to the Mexican national team, Bofo would best fit with Chivas USA. With parent club Guadalajara he "reached great fame with the brand in Mexico" and "sometimes played with the team logo shaved and dyed into his hairstyle," points out Goal.com's Andrea Canales.

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