Amado Guevara says he isn't at all displeased with the trade that sends him from the New York Red Bulls to Long Beach's Chivas USA. "In New York, I was fine. I had many individual accomplishments but
for me those are not enough. I want to win a title and in four years I was not able to reach that goal," Guevara told a press conference at his official unveiling in Los Angeles. "A change of scenery
was best." The move to Chivas USA, of course, reunites the 2004 MLS MVP with Bob Bradley, his first MLS coach. "His goal is mine and that's to win a title," Guevara said of Bradley, who is the
reigning MLS Coach of the Year. "I am confident and I know that I will accomplish that with him." Bradley was equally full of praise of Guevara, singling out the midfielder's willingness to do
whatever it takes for his team to win-the quality of leaders and captains. Luis Bueno of LA Soccer News points out that Guevara, a Honduran international, is now the highest-profile Central American
player in Los Angeles, a fact that isn't lost on Bradley or, perhaps, Chivas USA's latino fan base. "The idea that we are first Mexican but second representative of the Latino community in Los Angeles
is really important," Bradley said.
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