Roster: Alianza de Futbol all-stars headed to Spain

An all-star team of players from Alianza de Futbol's Sueno showcase will travel to Spain and spend nine days, beginning next Tuesday, playing against LaLiga club academies in front of LaLiga coaches and scouts.

Alianza de Futbol all-stars (Spain tour)
Fernando Cohate
, Bronx, NY
David Zavala, Grand Rapids, MI
Angel Iñiguez, Daly City, CA
Emiliano Salazar, Cypress, TX
Luis Barraza, Greeley, CO
David Mendoza, Chicago, IL
Oliver Zamora, Redwood City, CA
Nicholas Garcia, Winnetka, CA
Martin Cendejas, Baytown, TX
Santiago Carnalla, Chicago, IL
Ivan Corral, Glendale, AZ
Mathews Tejeda, Alexandria, VA
Ricardo Rogers, Dallas, TX
Henrri Guzman, Houston, TX
Missael Cruz, Maywood, CA
Rafael Gutiérrez, Pittsburg, CA
Julian Escobar, San Jose, CA

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5 comments about "Roster: Alianza de Futbol all-stars headed to Spain".
  1. R2 Dad, November 7, 2019 at 9:32 p.m.

    I wonder who their coach is--would like to watch these matches as well.

  2. Ric Fonseca replied, November 7, 2019 at 10:05 p.m.

    Maybe Alianza Sueno, Inc., ought to also have a showcase of potential coaches from which to select someone to leade this or anyone else with potential....?

  3. R2 Dad replied, November 8, 2019 at 12:01 a.m.

    Great idea, Ric !

  4. Hat Trick, November 8, 2019 at 3:48 p.m.

    When they get to Spain they will hit reality as it pertains to competitive soccer.   It would be interesting to find out what academies they visiting and the outcome of the games played.  If they are visiting a Barcelona, Madrid, Villarreal or a Valencia or any other system  they are going to run into a game that they are not used to playing in this country.  There are very few players who developed in the US no matter their nationality that can compete on the level they will see in Spain.  It will be a great learning experience for them and their coaches.  Something to bring home and work on.

  5. R2 Dad replied, November 8, 2019 at 8:15 p.m.

    Brian Kleiban made a habit of taking Socal hispanic boys to Spain and playing straight-up against ManU, Barca and Real Madrid academies. If we needed a coach that knew how to get the best out of young players, he's the guy. Of course, results don't count much for the Nats/USSF--otherwise he would be crushing it with the U17s in Brazil right now.

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