Our very talented Benji Joya will remain in Mexico’s Santos Lagun after all. Clubs, Including Ruben Romano’s Puebla among others, did not meet the requirements to make the transaction possible; however, Benji will remain in his current club where he will be fighting for a spot on the first team, hoping to catch Klinsmann’s eye and gain a spot in the US National squad.
Monthly Archives: December 2013
Dani Is now part of Puebla’s Buap in Mexico; He is now playing next to Mexican Soccer Legend cuauhtemoc blanco. The first squad is taking part in the middle of Pre-season training. This is a good opportunity for Dani to make a name for himself in Mexican soccer and have an opportunity to come back to Santo’s Laguna Better than ever.
Ryan successfully joined Boca Juniors, home of world class legends such as Diego Maradona, Juan Roman Riquelme, Carlos Tevez, and many more. Over 50,000 players have tried out for Boca this year and Ryan was one of the very few to have make it into the team. It’s been a tremendous year for Ryan where he’s also been called up for the National team. – See more at: http://maximilianoroditis.com/index.html#sthash.lU7dUHGa.dpuf
GUADALAJARA, Mexico – Interest in former US Under-20 national team players Dani Cuevas and Benji Joya is heating up, MLSsoccer.com has learned, with the duo garnering admirers from clubs north and south of the border. Puebla coach Rubén Omar Romano has also been in touch, according to Roditis, and is keen on bringing in midfielder Joya (top right) next season, while a “team in Denmark” and Mexican second-division side Lobos BUAP have shown interest in forward Cuevas (top left).
GUADALAJARA, Mexico – Benji Joya went 90 minutes in the Santos Laguna U-20s’ 1-0 win away at Club León in the second leg of their playoff final on Saturday to become champion of Mexico’s U-20 Apertura season. – See more…