Well, the plague appears to be in Colorado, not Juarez, right? Why should I care if some prairie dogs near the Colorado soccer stadium are carrying the plague?You don't care about the Plague?
Yet you cared enough to open an ot thread labeled FC Juarez. Then you cared enough to bless us with a couple of comments. That really shows us you don’t care.Well, the plague appears to be in Colorado, not Juarez, right? Why should I care if some prairie dogs near the Colorado soccer stadium are carrying the plague?
As for FC Juarez losing games, which was actually the reason I made that post, I just can't bring myself to care about that, either. Maybe if they get relegated I would care for about five seconds, then the moment would pass.
Yeah and I was reading only 6 teams were eligible to be promoted because a team had to have their financial backing in order to be promoted.
They're allegedly building a new stadium in Juarez and they have strong owners. I dont see relegation in their future.
Liga MX operates differently from MLS. The tv market size is not the primary concern for teams south of the border. Each team is responsible for handling their own tv contracts. FC Juarez, even as a part of the Ascenso had a nice deal with espn that provided a lot of coverage and schedule time flexibility.But people said el paso cant because not enough TVs. If Juarez is one of biggest cities and you add el paso. Looks like enough TVs to me.
How many people in Juarez would actually care about an El Paso MLS team? They have their own team to watch. I don't know that it's realistic to consider the million plus Juarez residents to be in the TV market for an El Paso MLS team.
Indios won promotion to the top league but it didn't last. Why is it so tough for Juarez when it's not so tough for other cities its size?The Mexican League is a relegation league. You can't just put a franchise in it. They have to win their way in. Although, they can buy a champion and move that team to another city which is how Juarez did it.
The Indios had a lot of good players loaned to them. Once the clubs called them back the talent had a big drop off. The previous owners didn’t have the financial backing to buy any top division players.Indios won promotion to the top league but it didn't last. Why is it so tough for Juarez when it's not so tough for other cities its size?
What took them so long?