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Dreamers reach finals
May 7th, 2010 4:26AM

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[SUENO MLS 2010] The 15 regional winners from tryouts in Houston, Chicago and Los Angeles are at the finals of Sueno MLS 2010, MLS's reality event for youth players. The 2010 champion will be crowned live on Sunday on Univision's “Republica Deportiva.”

More than 1,500 youth players ages 14-18 showcased their skills in front of MLS youth team scouts and headed to Los Angeles for five days of training sessions and scrimmages.

Los Angeles
Dennis Alvarado, 16, Fairfield, CA
Javier Castro, 18, Pomona, CA
Victor Jimenez, 16, Anaheim, CA
Jonathan Navas, 18, Los Angeles, CA
Oscar Velazquez, 14, Las Vegas, NV

Chicago
Oscar Barraza, 16, Elgin, IL
Juan Celleri, 15, Chicago, IL
Vicente Jaramillo, 16, Detroit, MI
Erick Jimenez, 15, Chicago, IL
Miguel Moncada, 18, Jackson, TN

Houston
Nelson Castro, 14, Houston, TX
Juan Contreras, 16, Dickinson, TX
Eric Martinez, 15, Houston, TX
Marco Ortiz, 15, Crowley, TX
Lorenzo Salazar, 15, Houston, TX



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  1. Ric Fonseca
    commented on: May 7, 2010 at 2:05 p.m.
    Bien hecho muchachos! Ahora bien, espero que este sueno no se convierte en una pesadilla. Y a ver si los disque los auto-nombrados "sabios" del futbol de los EEUU les pongan atencion a sus habilidades futbolisticas. Y si no, pues ya saben que los paises nativos suyos o de sus papas los esperan con brazos abiertos. (Well done, guys! Well now, I hope that your dream doesn't turn into a nightmare, and it remains to be seen is the self-proclaimed soccer geniuses of the US will recognize your soccer/futbol talent, but then again, if not, I am sure that your native countries or those of your parents will await you with open arms!)


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