Importante Resultado Saco New York Red Bulls 3-1 Sobre Toronto FC.

Oct 11, 2014


Harrison NJ Bereavision. Sábado 11 de Octubre de 2014. Con la clasificación a los play off en juego así comenzó el partido Red Bull, el partido sabiendo que el tiempo es vital en este tipo de partido, desde el comienzo comenzaron presionando para hacer diferencia, por su parte Toronto FC se mostró ordenado hasta el m’ 26 donde en una extraordinaria jugada de Henry al extremo izquierdo para Kimura y este centra para que Wright Phillips la mande al fondo ya con la ventaja a favor Red Bull comienza a jugar con mas táctica y orden y desesperando al rival y al m, 35 nuevamente anota gol Red Bull esta vez por medio de una joven promesa como es Ruben Bover (21) lo que causo euforia en la banca ya que es el primer gol de este novato.

El partido siguió siendo dominado por los de casa ya casi con la clasificación en el bolsillo todo parecía ser que será una noche para no olvidar en Red Bull Arena pero ya muriendo la primera parte nuevamente con asistencia de Henry Dax McCarty (11) pondría el 3-0 de la primera mitad.

Para la segunda parte parecería que todo estaba resuelto para los de casa pero el Toronto FC , después de la platica en los bastidores regreso con otra actitud y marco diferencia en el marcador al m,55 anoto gol por medio de Jonathan Osorio para acortar la distancia en el marcador he inquietar la saga de Red Bull que cada vez se mira mas vulnerable ante las llegadas de Toronto .

Bueno con el marcador 3-1 se quedo el marcador final a Toronto le falto tiempo y recursos para empatar y de esta manera los Red Bull están en los play off y de esta manera los 24 mil aficionados  celebran el paso de buen fútbol que su equipo vive durante esta temporada.

Resumen de anotaciones:
NY: Bradley Wright-Phillips 25 (Kosuke Kimura 3, Thierry Henry 14) 26 ‘
NY: Ruben Bover 1 (sin ayuda) 35 ‘
NY: Dax McCarty 3 (Bradley Wright-Phillips 2, Lloyd Sam 9) 44 ‘
TOR: Jonathan Osorio 3 (Justin Morrow 3, Michael Bradley 4) 55 ‘
 
Resumen de Disciplina:
NY: Richard Eckersley (precaución) 15 ‘
TOR: Warren Creavalle (precaución) 33 ‘
NY: Eric Alexander (precaución) 79 ‘
TOR: Nick Hagglund (eyección) 86 ‘
TOR: Michael Bradley (precaución) 89 ‘
NY: Olave Jamison (precaución) 94+ ‘
 
Nueva York Red Bulls (12-9-11, 47 pts.): Luis Robles, Richard Eckersley, Jamison Olave, Ibrahim Sekagya (Armando 46+), Kosuke Kimura, Dax McCarty, Eric Alexander, Lloyd Sam, Thierry Henry, Ruben Bover (Marius Obekop 58 ‘), Bradley Wright-Phillips (Ian Christianson 88’)

Suplentes no utilizados: Ryan Meara, Damien Perrinelle, Chris Duvall, Saer Sene

Toronto FC (11-14-7, 40 pts.): Joe Bendik, Warren Creavalle (Dwayne De Rosario 83 ‘), Justin Morrow, Nick HÄGGLUND, Steven Caldwell, Jackson (Gilberto 46’), Michael Bradley, Jonathan Osorio, Kyle Bekker (Dominic Oduro 46 ‘), Luke Moore, Jermain Defoe

Suplentes no utilizados: Chris Konopka, Mark Bloom, Brad Orr, Collen Warner

Árbitro: Hilario Grajeda
Asistentes de árbitro: Paul Scott, Bill Dittmar
4 º Árbitro: Robert Sibiga
Asistencia: 24.068

BereaVision/Nueva York.

Levi Morales

Fotos: Angel Avelar.

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Colombia Vence a El Salvador 3-0: Amistoso Internacional

Oct 11, 2014


Harrison NJ Bereavision. Viernes 10 de Octubre de 2014.Este Viernes por la noche todos los aficionados de Colombia la selección se dieron cita en el Red Bull arena para medirse a la escuadra de El salvador , como era de esperar la llegada masiva de los colombianos de de todas partes de New York y New Jersey se aglomeraron en las entradas de el estadio para poder admirar a sus jugadores favoritos como James Rodriguez , Radamel Falcao y otros mas ,los salvadoreños por su parte se mostraron mas reservados y no fueron en cantidades multitudinarias como los colombianos sabiendo de ante mano que el rival era mas fuerte y con mas recursos para ganar.

Como era de esperar el equipo suramericano empezó dominando el encuentro con contantes ataques a portería salvadoreña y fue hasta el m’8 que todo Colombia celebro la primer anotación de la noche por medio de un potente cabezazo de Radamel Falcao como el autentico (9) que es anota desde fuera de área para poner en ventaja a su país .

La selecta tubo su momento de reacción para poner las cosas empate con una llegada de Burgos pero esta fallo al tratar de hacer una personal y así se pierde una de las pocas que le salvador tendría en el encuentro , así se fueron al descanso con la mínima diferencia los colombianos y los salvadoreños dejando una buena impresión ante una potencia mundial.

La segunda parte seria un dominio total de Colombia metiendo presión y dominando la media cancha y con un James inspirado el segundo gol era inminente y con un excelente pase de James , Falcao recepción y es Carlos Bacca quien termina rompiendo la red para el segundo gol al minuto 48 de partido corrido ,por ninguna parte se miraba la reacción de El Salvador y Colombia seguía con la misma intensidad y 2 minutos mas tardes anotarían el tercero una copia de el segundo se juntaron los que sabían James centra Radamel recibe y dispara y Carlos Bacca vuelva anotar para un definitivo y contundente tres a Cero .

Por su parte el técnico el Salvador Albert Roca dijo hicimos lo que pudimos y sabíamos de la superioridad que tenia Colombia pero es una buena experiencia para estos jóvenes que tienen mucho que aprender y sacarle provecho a este tipo de encuentros , en cuanto a la audiencia y asistencia al estadio fue un éxito total con un total de 25mil asistentes el estadio esta partido fue todo evento para la afición.

BereaVision/Nueva York.
Levi Morales
Fotos: Huriel Bello.

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THIERRY HENRY SCORES 10th GOAL OF THE SEASON AS NEW YORK DOWNS HOUSTON 1-0 AT RED BULL ARENA.

Oct 5, 2014


THIERRY HENRY SCORES 10th GOAL OF THE SEASON AS NEW YORK DOWNS HOUSTON 1-0 AT RED BULL ARENA
Red Bulls remain above the red line in Eastern Conference playoff race with win

HARRISON, NJ (October 4, 2014) – Thierry Henry scored his 10th goal of the season on Saturday night as the New York Red Bulls defeated the Houston Dynamo 1-0 at Red Bull Arena in front of 21,569 spectators. New York remained in a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference and are now four points clear of sixth place Toronto FC.

New York returns to MLS regular-season action next Saturday, October 11, when the team hosts Toronto FC at Red Bull Arena. Kickoff is set for 7:00 PM ET. Tickets for the match can be purchased by calling 1.877.727.6223 or logging onto tickets.newyorkredbulls.com

– Photos (Photo Credit: Rob Tringali/New York Red Bulls)

RECAP/BOX SCORE
Bradley Wright-Phillips had a great chance for his 25th goal of the season in the 23rd minute. After Lloyd Sam’s right-footed shot from inside the box was saved by Tyler Deric, Wright-Phillips was there for the rebound, but his left-footed shot hit the crossbar.

The Red Bulls would be denied by the crossbar again in the 38th minute off a Henry set piece. The captain let a right-footed shot go from just outside the 18-yard-box that went up and over the wall but hit woodwork and stayed out.

The Red Bulls would get one last chance before the whistle when Sam found himself alone inside the 18-yard-box, but curled his left-footed chance just wide of the far post as the teams went into the break tied at 0.

It didn’t take long after the break for the Red Bulls to finally break through after dominating most of the first half. Sam drove down the right wing and played a ball across the face of goal that Deric dove and deflected away from Wright-Phillips. However, the ball went right into the path of Henry, who buried his 10th of the year in the 47th minute to give New York a 1-0 lead.

Luis Robles would be called upon in the 53rd minute to maintain New York’s lead. Brad Davis whipped in a left-footed cross for Giles Barnes, but Robles went to ground to make the save and keep the Red Bulls up 1-0. New York was forced to play a man down for the last moments of the match following Tim Cahill’s red card for a tackle on Oscar Boniek Garcia.

New York Red Bulls 1, Houston Dynamo 0
October 4, 2014
MLS Regular Season
Red Bull Arena, Harrison, NJ

Scoring Summary:
NY: Thierry Henry 10 (unassisted) 47

Disciplinary Summary:
HOU: Oscar Boniek Garcia (caution) 54
NY: Peguy Luyindula (caution) 73
HOU: Giles Barnes (caution) 86
NY: Tim Cahill (red card, ejection) 89

New York Red Bulls (11-9-11, 44 pts.): Luis Robles, Richard Eckersley, Armando, Ibrahim Sekagya (Damien Perrinelle 88′), Roy Miller, Eric Alexander (Tim Cahill 85′), Dax McCarty, Lloyd Sam, Peguy Luyindula, Thierry Henry (Ian Christianson 90′), Bradley Wright-Phillips

Substitutes not used: Ryan Meara, Chris Duvall, Eric Stevenson, Saer Sene

Houston Dynamo (10-14-6, 36 pts.): Tyler Deric, Kofi Sarkodie, David Horst (Alexander Lopez 81′), DaMarcus Beasley, A.J. Cochran, Ricardo Clark (Jermaine Taylor 72′), Luis Garrido, Oscar Garcia, Brad Davis, Giles Barnes, Omar Cummings (Andrew Driver 67′)

Substitutes not used: Michael Lisch, Eric Brunner, Brian Ownby, Servando Carrasco

Referee: Jair Maruffo
Referee’s Assistants: Peter Manikowski, Kermit Quisenberry
4th Referee: Sliviu Petrescu
Attendance: 21,569

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Gana Chivas USA contra Real Salt Lake #CHVvRSL

Oct 5, 2014

Alineación Chivas USA: Dan Kennedy; Akira Kaji, Bobby Burling, Eriq Zavaleta, Donny Toia, Matthew Dunn, Oswaldo Minda, Nigel Reo-Coker, Leandro Barrera, Torres, Felix Borja

 

Alineación Real Salt Lake: Nick Rimando; Carlos Salcedo, Nat Borchers, Chris Schuler, Chris Wingert, Luke Mulholland, Kyle Beckerman, Javier Morales, Ned Grabavoy, Alvaro Saborio, Joao Plata.

 

5 de Octubre del 2014.- Carson, CA. El día de hoy es el penúltimo juego de Chivas USA antes de que el equipo desaparezca oficialmente. Esta tarde se enfrenta contra Real Salt Lake donde si Chivas USA continua con tu mala racha, se llevara la victoria Real Salt Lake.

 

En el minuto 33” el partido se detenía por una lesión que sufría Chris Schuler en la nariz.

 

El primer tiempo termino y ninguno de los equipos anotaba, dejando un marcador de 0 a 0.

 

En el minuto 47” de una manera sorprendente Félix Borja de Chivas USA abría el marcador del partido.

 

En el minuto 62” se le daba un tiro a penal a Chivas USA por una falta cometida en el área chica por Rich Balchan. Erick Torres cobraba el penal y lo fallaba.

 

En este partido pudimos ver a un Chivas USA fuerte en sus intentos de anotar gol, con tiros mas acertados en comparación a Real Salt Lake. De igual forma pudimos ver una diferencia de 17 puntos porcentuales en promedio en cuanto a los pases, esto de acuerdo a las estadísticas oficiales de la MLS.

 

El estadio estuvo lleno comparado con partido anteriores, se conto con la asistencia de mas de 12 mil aficionados.

 

El partido finalizaba 1 gol a 0 favor las Chivas USA, donde de una manera sorprendente le ganaron al Real Salt Lake.

Fotografia: Samuel Coronado

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RANCES BARTHELEMY vs. FERNANDO DAVID SAUCEDO WILLIE NELSON vs. VANES MARTIROSYAN CHAD DAWSON vs. TOMMY KARPENCY

Oct 3, 2014

RANCES BARTHELEMY vs. FERNANDO DAVID SAUCEDO
WILLIE NELSON vs. VANES MARTIROSYAN
CHAD DAWSON vs. TOMMY KARPENCY
FINAL WEIGHTS, QUOTES & PHOTOS

SHOWTIME Boxing Special Edition This Saturday, Oct. 4,
LIVE On SHOWTIME® At 9 p.m. ET/PT
From Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Conn.

Photo Credit: Amanda Kwok / SHOWTIME

MASHANTUCKET, CONN. (Oct. 3, 2014) – Undefeated Rances “Kid Blast” Barthelemy and Fernando David “El Vasco” Saucedo both tipped the scale at the limit of 130 pounds during the official weigh-in for their world title showdown, tomorrow/Saturday, LIVE on SHOWTIME at 9 p.m. ET/PT, delayed on the West Coast.

Barthelemy (20-0-0, 12 KOs), of Las Vegas by way of Cuba, will defend his IBF junior lightweight title against former world title challenger and IBF No. 3-ranked challenger Saucedo (52-5-3, 8, KOs), of Florencio Varela, Argentina, in the main event of a SHOWTIME Boxing Special Edition tripleheader from the Fox Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino, in Mashantucket, Conn.

Willie “The Great” Nelson (23-1-1, 13 KOs), of Cleveland, Ohio, and Vanes “The Nightmare” Martirosyan (34-1-1, 21 KOs), of Glendale, Calif. by way of Armenia, both weighed-in at 153 pounds for their 10-round collision of once-beaten junior middleweights. Martirosyan will be stepping into the ring with a heavy heart just five days after the death of his promoter Dan Goossen, brother of his trainer, Joe Goossen.

Former light heavyweight world champion “Bad” Chad Dawson (32-3, 18 KOs), of Las Vegas by way of New Haven, Conn., measured 173 pounds for his first fight in his home state in five years. He’ll take on Tommy Karpency (23-4-1, 14 KOs), of Adah, Penn., who also weighed-in at 173 pounds, in a 10-round light heavyweight fight in the opening bout of Saturday’s tripleheader.

RANCES BARTHELEMY:
“I’m excited. This is a huge fight for me, fighting on national television, fighting on SHOWTIME. I’m excited and anxious to get in there and give the crowd and the fans a great fight.

“You’re going to see a solid, smart fighter that knows how to keep his distance and knows how to control the pace. And you’ll see a lot of my jab, my biggest weapon.

“I’m going to win any way possible. We’re ready to go the whole 12 rounds. We’re just going to take it round by round.

“He has over 60 fights so we have to respect him. But we’re going to let him know we’re the bigger man.”

FERNANDO DAVID SAUCEDO:
“I came here to win the world title and that’s what I’m going to do.

“This is the perfect matchup for me and my chance to show that I deserve to be a world champion.

“It’s a dream come true to fight here in the United States. It’s obvious that I can’t do what I did in my previous 60 fights. I need to bring a little more to go home with the title. I’m very well-prepared and I’m looking forward to getting in the ring.”

WILLIE NELSON:
“I believe the jab is the key to this fight. The person who establishes the jab is the one that is going to come out on top.

“I just need to follow the game plan and pick him apart.

“I’m going to win a unanimous decision.

“If I win this fight I should get a shot at a world title. But, you know, it’s boxing, so anything can happen.”

VANES MARTIROSYAN
“We have a good game plan put together with Joe [Goossen]. We’re ready to box or brawl if we need to. We’ll just take it from there. We’re ready for whatever he bring and we’re just going to be on top of him the whole fight.

“We’ve been heartbroken since we’ve heard the news [that Dan passed]. Especially because they kept it away from me the whole training camp. It was a big surprise to us. The second we heard it we all, my wife, my mother, we all started crying.

“But, in a way, we’re happy that we get to fight Saturday night and dedicate this victory to Dan Goossen.

“It gives me more motivation to fight and make him proud because I know he’s going to be looking down on us. On Saturday we get to thank him.

“I think this will make me stronger. The last thing, boxing-wise, that Dan said to Joe was, “make sure Vanes wins.’ I’m taking that in the ring with me. He’s going to be watching me from above so we’re going to put on a good performance for him.

“I’m going to win by knockout. I have too much happiness and too much strength going into the ring that I will win by knockout.”

CHAD DAWSON:
“As a fighter, the scale is a part of the fight, too. I beat the scale and tomorrow night we’ll go out and win the fight.

“I know that I have to go out tomorrow night and perform. I have to let the world know that I’m the same fighter, that I’m still one of the best fighters in the world. If anything, I think I’m wiser and that makes me a better fighter.

“I’m going to go out there and do what I do best, use my jab, use my hand speed. People underestimate my jab, but I have one of the best jabs out there. I just need to use my size and win the fight.

“Hopefully within the next two fights I’ll get a world title shot. We want to get another fight after this, hopefully in December, and then sometime early next year I’ll be fighting for another world title.

“I’ll probably put on about 10 pounds before the fight tomorrow. No more than that. We don’t want to go in the ring too blown up. Tonight we’ll eat light, eat a light breakfast a light lunch and get in the ring.

“I want to get some rounds in. Hopefully he has it in him and hopefully we can get in some rounds. I’m not the type of fighter to look for a knockout, but if it comes, it comes. We’re just looking for a great performance.

“You’ll see on Saturday night –I’m back to being ‘Bad’ Chad.”

TOMMY KARPENCY:
“His weight doesn’t impact me at all. I came here to win the fight no matter which Chad Dawson showed up and we prepared for the best Chad Dawson.

“I’m going to fight to win. I have nothing to lose. This is a great opportunity for me –it’s Chad Dawson’s backyard so all the pressure is on him. I have to take advantage of this opportunity.

“I’m going to try to impose my style; I try to fight in spurts. I’m just going to let my hands go and whatever happens, happens.

“I’m going to win, that’s all. It’s going to be a life changing victory and that’s how I’m approaching it. I have nothing to lose and everything to gain. I just need to take advantage of this opportunity.

“This is a fight we went after. We’re ready to go. I don’t think this is the tune-up he’s expecting. We’re ready for the best chad.”

JOE GOOSSEN:
“We trained very hard, even if it was under impossible circumstances. Dan brought it up, he said, ‘just make sure Vanes wins Saturday night.’ That was Dan. Always thinking about boxing and business up until the very end. Dan was concerned about Vanes like he would be at any other time.

“We didn’t miss a minute in the gym and that’s the way he would want it. If anything it motivates me. The gym is probably the only place where I can go to forget everything.”

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Copa América Centenario Oficialmente en el Calendario de Torneos de la FIFA

Sep 27, 2014

Copa América Centenario Oficialmente en el Calendario de Torneos de la FIFA

Los Países Participantes Podrán Convocar a su Mejor Equipo para el Histórico Torneo

ZURICH (Viernes 26 de septiembre, 2014)- La Confederación de Norte, Centroamérica y el Caribe de Fútbol Asociación (CONCACAF), la Confederación Sudamericana de Fútbol (CONMEBOL) y la FIFA anunciaron el día de hoy que la Copa América Centenario ha sido agregada al calendario oficial de torneos de la FIFA gracias a una votación favorable del Comité Ejecutivo de la FIFA. Este evento se llevará a cabo en los Estados Unidos del 3 al 26 de junio del 2016.

“Con la inclusión del torneo en el calendario oficial de la FIFA, la Copa América Centenario 2016 se ha convertido en el evento más importante para selecciones nacionales en las Américas después del reciente Mundial en Brasil,” dijo el Presidente de CONCACAF, Jeffrey Webb. “Queremos agradecer a la FIFA, a todas las Confederaciones y a todos los que estuvieron involucrados en este proceso, por el apoyo otorgado para asegurar que este torneo fuera tratado con el respeto que merece un evento histórico de esta magnitud, incluyendo a sus jugadores, a los aficionados de todo el mundo y a los países participantes.”

“Teniendo en cuenta que la Copa América es el torneo más antiguo de fútbol de la historia, es un honor para nosotros estar en el calendario internacional para conmemorar el centenario de este campeonato y de la fundación de la Conmebol,” dijo el Presidente de la Confederación Sudamericana de Fútbol, Juán Ángel Napout.

La inclusión de la Copa América Centenario en el calendario oficial de la FIFA para el año 2016 abre la puerta para que las selecciones participantes puedan convocar a sus mejores equipos para este torneo histórico.

En un formato de dieciséis equipos, las diez Asociaciones miembro de CONMEBOL – Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Perú, Uruguay y Venezuela– estarán acompañadas por seis Asociaciones Miembro de CONCACAF, incluyendo a Estados Unidos como anfitrión y campeón de la Copa Oro 2013, México, el seis veces campeón de la Copa Oro y Costa Rica, el campeón de la Copa Centroamericana 2014.

Los otros tres representantes de CONCACAF incluirán al campeón de la Unión de Futbol del Caribe que será definido en la Copa del Caribe, la cual se jugará en Jamaica en noviembre de este año.

Los últimos dos equipos de CONCACAF que participarán en la Copa América Centenario 2016 serán determinados basándose en el desempeño que tengan en la Copa Oro 2015. Las cuatro selecciones nacionales que lleguen más lejos en la Copa Oro 2015, y que no sean uno de los cuatro equipos ya clasificado -(Estados Unidos, México, Costa Rica y el Campeón de CFU) – , jugarán en un repechaje para definir a los dos últimos equipos clasificados de CONCACAF.

Los emparejamientos de los repechajes serán 1-4 y 2-3, según las posiciones finales en la Copa Oro 2015. Los dos partidos de repechaje se jugarán el mismo día en una doble cartelera.

Si el campeón de la Copa Oro 2015 no es una de las selecciones ya clasificadas, este equipo calificará directamente a la Copa América Centenario dejando el último boleto al proceso de repechaje (anteriormente descrito) con solo la participación de los dos mejores equipos no clasificados.

La última edición de la Copa América fue celebrada en 2011 en Argentina, donde Uruguay obtuvo su decimoquinto título. La siguiente edición se jugará en Chile en el 2015.

La empresa weMatch, quien recientemente anunció una sociedad entre los tres líderes internacionales en la industria del fútbol; Full Play, Torneos y Traffic Sports, tiene los derechos comerciales para este torneo.

Selecciones participantes en la Copa America Centenario
CONMEBOL (10)

Argentina
Bolivia
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Ecuador
Paraguay
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela

CONCACAF (6)

Estados Unidos (anfitrión)
México (sembrado)
Costa Rica (campeón de la Copa Centroamericana 2014- UNCAF)
TBD (campeón de la Copa del Caribe 2014- CFU)
TBD (campeón de la Copa Oro 2015 -si no es uno de los equipos ya clasificados- ó el ganador del partido de repechaje 1 de la Copa Oro 2015)
TBD (ganador del partido de repechaje 2 de la Copa Oro 2015)

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New York Red Bulls Golea 4-1a Seattle Sounders.

Sep 20, 2014

Harrison, NJ-Bereavision. Sábado 20 de Septiembre de 2014.Una noche con muchas buenas señales para los Red Bulls desde muy temprano los aficionados se aglomeraron a los alrededores de el estadio para apoyar y vivir en familia una tarde de muchas emociones y la prueba de ello fue que al minuto uno de partido  Bradley Wright Phillips anota su primer gol de la noche, después de esto las cosas se pusieron parejas aunque los de casa con un control total de el partido y con la mayor posesión de el balón ; así se fueron al descanso con la mínima diferencia en el marcador.

La segunda mitad estuvo con mas intensidad pues al minuto 54 comenten falta en el área a Sam Lloyd (10)Red Bulls y el referí decreta penal y lo hizo efectivo Bradley Wright-Phillips y dos minutos mas tarde su tercero de el partido con asistencia de Jamison Ovale para que esta fuera la noche que Phillips tanto soñó tener.

Tras tener una situación tan adversa el técnico de los Sounders hace un cambio para emparejar un poco el marcador y pone a Clint Dempsey (2) Sounders, y a los dos minutos de haber ingresado anota el gol de la diferencia para su equipo , aunque no duraría mucho la alegría pues tres minutos mas tarde Red Bulls anotaría su cuarto por medio de Tim Cahill quien también había entrado de cambio minutos atrás .

El publico por su parte se deleito durante todo el encuentro con una asistencia de 25,000 aficionados el estadio parecía tener su propia fiesta , Un lleno Total entre aplausos, canciones y la ola los aficionados trataban de decirle a su equipo que estaban felices de su desempeño y que sin duda esta seria una noche para no olvidar.

En Conferencia de Prensa el DT. Mike Petke, mencionaba estar muy confiado con el  equipo, con esta victoria se suman cuatro partidos consecutivos para New York Redbulls, pero también añadía que viene otros cuatro partidos muy importantes, entre ellos  esta, el que se jugara en el Salvador  el día  24 de septiembre con el C.D.FAS y el 28 de septiembre en Los Angeles con el Galaxy.

Jugador del Partido Bradley Wright Phillips.

  

New York Red Bulls 4, Seattle Sounders 1

20 de septiembre 2014

MLS Temporada Regular

Red Bull Arena, Harrison, NJ

Resumen de Anotaciones:

NY: Bradley Wright-Phillips 22 (sin ayuda) 1

NY: Bradley Wright-Phillips 23 (de penal) 54

NY: Bradley Wright-Phillips 24 (Roy Miller 3, Thierry Henry 13) 56

MAR: Clint Dempsey 12 (Lamar Neagle 7) 62

NY: Tim Cahill 2 (sin ayuda) 65

Resumen de Disciplina:

Ninguno

Nueva York Red Bulls (08/10/11, 41 pts.): Luis Robles, Chris Duvall, Jamison Olave, Ibrahim Sekagya, Roy Miller (Ian Christianson 83 ‘), Eric Alexander, Dax McCarty, Lloyd Sam, Thierry Henry (Eric Stevenson 90 ‘), Ambroise Oyongo, Bradley Wright-Phillips (Tim Cahill58’)

Suplentes no utilizados: Ryan Meara, Armando, Richard Eckersley, Péguy Luyindula

Seattle Sounders FC (17-8-3, 54 pts.): Stefan Frei, Chad Marshall, Dylan Remick, Jalil Anibaba, Djimi Traore, Osvaldo Alonso (Gonzalo Pineda 80 ‘), Andy Rose, Marco Pappa, Lamar Neagle, Chad Barrett (Obafemi Martins 59 ‘), Kenny Cooper (Clint Dempsey 60’)

Suplentes no utilizados: Marcus Hahnemann, Michael Azira, DeAndre Yedlin, Zach de Scott

Árbitro: Alan Kelly

Asistentes de árbitro: Chris Strickland, Brian Dunn

4 º Árbitro: Robert Sibiga

Asistencia: 25.000 (lleno total)

BereaVision/Nueva York.

Fotos/Video: David Calderon

Reportero: Levi Morales.

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Gillim claims first AMA Pro SuperSport title following epic battle with Dominguez

Sep 19, 2014

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Sept. 19, 2014) – Hayden Gillim emerged as AMA Pro SuperSport champion at the Kawasaki Devil’s Showdown at New Jersey Motorsports Park last weekend. Gillim, who had finished second in the points four straight years in his various AMA Pro attempts and three times in AMA Pro SuperSport, had his hands full with Dustin Dominguez, and the battle for the title in 2014 was a true showdown.

 

The racing was very close – typical of the AMA Pro SuperSport class. Gillim had a two-point lead coming into the event and left with the same margin after he and Dominguez split wins in the Garden State.

 

“The last three years I have finished short, and to finally to come out to battle for wins every weekend and battle with Dustin, Corey (Alexander) and Wyatt (Farris) and everybody is fantastic. I was finally able to get the No. 1 plate,” Gillim said.

 

The TOBC Racing pilot won on Saturday in a shortened wet race and set himself up for a scenario where he only needed to follow Dominguez and the Houston Superbikes entry on Sunday. Gillim gave it his best shot to shot at the win in the finale but his second was more than enough to take the crown.

 

On Saturday, Gillim got off to a solid start, trailing Mark Miller, Jr., on the Mar Del Racing machine. Dominguez was third early, but was cautious in the slightly damp conditions. The Oklahoman upped his pace and was the fastest man on the track as the contest approached the midpoint, but he needed to make up serious ground.

 

Gillim worked past Miller and pulled away. Dominguez made his way to second by lap eight. The conditions worsened throughout the race and as the leaders were working lap 10, the a red flag flew. Multiple riders, including several fighting inside the top ten, crashed as the rain picked up.

The race was called since the stoppage came after the halfway point. Gillim was the winner ahead of Dominguez and Miller.

“The first couple of laps felt really good,” said Gillim. “But (the rain) started getting thicker and thicker.”

On Sunday, polesitter Dominguez got away second behind Gillim and was able to run strong. Even though Gillim was much friskier than one might expect from a rider just needing to finish second, Dominguez was in a good position and put pressure on Gillim early.

Eventually Dominguez took the lead and seemed to have a little more than Gillim.

Unfortunately for Dominguez, no other rider could join the fray and Gillim stayed on two wheels. Dominguez won the 16-lapper but it was not enough and he ended up two points short in the title chase.

 

“This is probably the most depressing win I’ve ever had but it’s a win and that’s good. I was trying to push (Gillim) into making a mistake and he never did. He rode a great race. At the end I decided to pick it up a bit,” said Dominguez.

 

Gillim admitted the championship wasn’t the only thing on his mind.

 

“The strategy was to win. It always is,” said Gillim. “The first few laps, I was pushing as hard as I could. We were having a really good battle.”

 

Miller had a great weekend, earning third and fifth. The Maryland native has performed well in AMA Pro competition before, but led Race 1 extensively and was rewarded with his best weekend yet on the Mar Del Racing Yamaha.

 

“It was amazing to be on the podium with these guys, a dream come true,” said Miller.

 

Wyatt Farris also earned the podium the next day. Farris fought in the second group on Saturday on his way to fourth but upped his pace in the dry. Farris also finished a clear third in points in a season where he learned plenty.

 

Farris seemed to be involved in close battles all year, a great situation for the young Californian on the Celtic/HVMC Suzuki.

 

“It was kind of a crazy race, I didn’t spend too much time with the harder tire and by the time I came to grips with it, they had gotten away,” said Farris, who described his season as solid. “It’s good to finish the year on the box.”

 

The final championship picture emerged with the checkered flag on Sunday.

 

Reigning East champ Corey Alexander saw his season slip away late. A couple of tough rounds meant he was out of the title fight. The other Celtic/HVMC pilot won the first three races but was only 23rd and sixth in New Jersey. Alexander held off young ace Kaleb De Keyrel for fourth place by a single point.

 

De Keyrel and his De Keyrel Racing team rallied on Sunday to jump five spots to fourth place. The 17 year-old earned a podium in 2014 and made a big leap from his first year in class.

 

Jason Aguilar, another youngster, took sixth in the final points. The Tuned Industries pilot put together the solid season in his first year on the tour. Aguilar’s best moment was his third place at Road America.

 

Race Worx USA’s JC Camacho was solidly inside the top ten all year long and took seventh in points. The Texan earned seven top tens in 2014.

 

Three young riders filled the last spots in the point standings, with Cody Wyman (Harv’s Harley-Davidson) leading Excel Racing’s Conner Blevins and TOBC Racing’s Curtis Murray home.

 

Riders impressing in New Jersey included Justin Jones. The Showtime Inc., pilot was fifth on Saturday. Escalante Racing’s Richie Escalante, from Mexico, took sixth and seventh. Florida’s Tim Hunt earned another eighth place.

 

Gillim was a fitting champion in another exciting year for the class. Having given it a great shot in previous campaigns, Gillim’s conquest serves as a testament to perseverance and hard racing.

 

Source and Photo: AMA Pro Racing/Brian J. Nelson

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Hayes closes out 2014 AMA Pro Road Racing season with a victory

Sep 17, 2014

MILLVILLE, N.J. (Sept. 14, 2014) – The 2014 AMA Pro Road Racing season enjoyed a fitting conclusion today at New Jersey Motorsports Park as Monster Energy Graves Yamaha’s Josh Hayes claimed the final checkered flag with the front wheel of his R1 lofted in the air.

 

Hayes eventually broke free following a frenetic first half to claim the seventh victory of his dominant 2014 campaign with nearly five seconds in hand.

Earlier in the race, Hayes found himself battling with Yoshimura Suzuki Factor Racing teammates Roger Hayden and Martin Cardenas, along with his works Yamaha teammate, Cameron Beaubier. Meanwhile, an impressive Bernat Martinez on the Proto-Tech Spain Yamaha YZF-R1 and KTM/HMC’s Chris Fillmore watched closely in tow.

 

Saturday winner Hayden ran off track on lap 2 and immediately dropped to near the bottom of the top ten. Beaubier slipped past Cardenas into second that same lap but Hayes already had a two-and-a-half-second lead at that point.

 

However, the Mississippian’s early advantage evaporated in an instant, as he made a mistake of his own; Hayes ran off track and into the dirt in Turn 1 on lap 4 and drop to third behind the Colombian and Californian.

 

After quickly working back past Cardenas, Hayes found himself nearly two seconds behind his fleet rookie teammate and charged hard to make up the time.

 

After five laps of whittling away at the gap, Hayes dove back into the lead on lap 9 in Turn 1. A few laps later, Beaubier looked to return the favor. However, the young pilot couldn’t hold his line after storming back through into the lead and crashed out of the race.

 

At that point Hayes sailed off to claim his 48th career AMA Pro SuperBike victory. The win was Hayes’ ninth at New Jersey Motorsports Park, which doesn’t even count the two other occasions in which he took the checkered flag first but lost out in the final order due to a penalty.

 

“I was having so much fun other than that stupid off-road thing I did in Turn 1,” Hayes said. “Running down Cam was so hard but I was so enjoying myself and trying so hard. I really used up a lot of my energy trying to do that. We got up there and got to going back and forth. I was absolutely gutted to see Cam fall down. I really wanted to see a Yamaha 1-2.

 

“The race wasn’t as smooth as it looked, especially after halfway. I felt that I was a sinking ship. They were making little bits of time and there was really nothing I could do to stop taking on water. I had done a lot of damage to the rear tire, I think when I tried to catch Cameron, in the early part of the race and I was really struggling just to maintain. I was trying really hard to maintain what I was doing and I felt like I was losing ground. I don’t know if they were racing together, but finally with a couple laps to go it afforded me an extra second and I was able to relax a little bit and bring it home.”

 

Hayes reflected on the last six seasons in which he went from SuperBike dark horse to four-time champion.

 

“It’s pretty amazing,” he said. “I still try to take it in. I went from to underdog to overdog it seems like overnight. I’m so lucky to have found not just a team but a family. They take care of me and I try to take care of them. The motivation for things like yesterday and today are how hard they work and wanting to do my part. Leadership starts from the top down. I want them to know that every time I get on the motorcycle I’m going to give it everything I have and I feel it ensures they’ll do the same for me. It helps us lift each other when we’re both struggling at different times. In five years you can believe there’s ups and downs and hard times and good times. I think it helps us do all those things. I’ve been lucky to work with a team so long and have so much success.”

 

Hayden, who came into the weekend with a separated shoulder, clawed his way back up through the field to close in on Cardenas. The two went back-and-forth on the race’s final laps with Hayden ultimately getting the better of the melee to claim second. The result, combined with Beaubier’s misfortunate, allowed the Suzuki rider to steal the runner-up spot in the championship as well.

 

“The race started off pretty well but I made a little mistake,” Hayden explained. “Josh is really good at getting away in the beginning. I tried to hang with him in the first couple laps and made a mistake and just ran off the track. But I fought all the way back up to second. I’ve got to thank all my guys for all they’ve done for me all year. We finished the year strong, which is exactly what we wanted to do, so this is for them.”

 

Cardenas claimed his fourth podium result of the season with his Sunday third.

 

“It was a difficult race because this track is very physical,” Cardenas said. “I wanted to finish a little bit higher on the podium but today this was the maximum I could get. I’m happy for the team to finish on the box, which is always good for me and for the team.”

 

Fillmore suffered another DNF while Martinez held off ADR Motorsports, Sic, Motul Fly’s David Anthony for fourth by a scant 0.019 seconds at the flag. That impossibly small distance was also the difference between fourth and fifth in the 2014 championship for Anthony as he lost out to today’s seventh-place finisher, Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing’s Chris Clark by a single point in the final tally.

 

A five-rider pack grouped up mid-distance in the race for sixth through 10th. Sixth ultimately went to the 2014 Canadian Superbike champ, 22-year-old Jodie Christie on the Honda Canada/Accelerated Technologies CBR1000RR.

 

He was followed by Clark, Sunday podium man Larry Pegram on the Foremost Insurance Pegram Racing EBR 1190RS, GEICO Motorcycle Racing Honda’s Chris Ulrich, and TOBC Racing II’s Taylor Knapp.

 

AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike

 

2014 AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike champion Jake Gagne closed it out in style on Sunday, running away with the season finale. Gagne won his third contest of the year, topping Yamaha Extended Service/Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha’s Garrett Gerloff and yesterday’s winner, Dane Westby of Yamalube/Westby Racing.

 

Jake Lewis (Meen Motorsports) earned fourth and was a factor in the battle for second much of the race.

 

Gagne got a clean start and led the whole way. He managed his gap well, dropping into the mid-1:23 second range when the pack threatened to make inroads on his lead.  After clinching the title on Saturday, Gagne was clearly on a mission to win the finale.

 

“A few laps in, I saw they were coming from my pit board,” said Gagne. “I was either going to crash out or win it. I wanted to go for it. I started inching away from there.”

 

At the flag, Gagne lead by 2.562 seconds.

 

Lewis and Westby looked poised to fight for second to the flag, but Gerloff snuck through and held the spot during the final two laps. The Yamaha factory pilot eased a slight gap and Westby and Lewis battled for the final spot on the box.

 

Westby set the quick lap of the race after starting poorly from pole.

 

JD Beach (Yamaha Extended Service/Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha) earned another top five to close out the season.

 

AMA Pro SuperSport

 

Houston Superbikes’ Dustin Dominguez won a tight 16-lap race in AMA Pro SuperSport over TOBC Racing’s Hayden Gillim, but Gillim won the championship by two points anyway after winning on Saturday.

 

Wyatt Farris of Celtic Racing/HVMC earned third to end his year with a podium result.

 

Dominguez shadowed Gillim in the early going, then took control at the midpoint as the duo hit traffic. Unfortunately for the Dominguez, winning was not enough. He needed other riders to join the battle for the lead and relegate Gillim to at least third in the race standings. That never happened as Dominguez and Gillim finished ten seconds in front of the pack led by Farris.

 

“This is probably the most depressing win I’ve ever had but it’s a win and that’s good,” said Dominguez. “Hayden got a good start and I chased him down and tried to pressure him. I thought if we went at it, someone might catch up.”

Gillim made a late run and nearly won the race, finishing just 0.041 seconds back. After finishing second in his championship four straight years, Gillim finally took the No. 1 plate.

 

“I’d rather fight my hardest and crash away the championship than give away a race. That’s how I’d rather have it. The strategy was to win. It always is,” said Gillim. “The first few laps, I was pushing as hard as I could. We were having a really good battle. It’s insane the support I have gotten and I can’t thank everyone enough.”

 

Farris topped Kaleb De Keyrel (De Keyrel Racing) for third as well as fast local rider Mark Miller Jr., of Mar Del Racing. Miller was a little more than 1.5 seconds from repeating his Saturday podium result.

 

AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series

 

It didn’t come without a fair amount of drama and grit, but Ruthless Racing/Trev Deeley Motorcycles’ Danny Eslick ultimately came through to win the 2014 AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series title.

 

Eslick came into the weekend needing just a seventh place or better to assure himself the crown, but a major crash in this morning’s qualifying session put his participation in doubt.

 

His team rebuilt the motorcycle in time for Eslick to hurriedly take the grid from the back row, from where the beaten and bruised Oklahoman battled his way forward.

 

He crossed the line in sixth at the checkered flag to become the Series’ first two-time champion.

“I ran off the track and wadded it up in the wet grass this morning and pretty much destroyed that motorcycle,” Eslick said. “The Trev Deeley/Ruthless Racing team busted their butts from the time I crashed the motorcycle until the moments before the race. We were pretty close to not making it.

 

“I’ve ridden it three seasons now and that’s the first time I’ve crashed it. It’s bound to happen and the way these guys are riding – they’re riding incredibly. The level that this Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series has risen to is unbelievable. I used to be able to play around and sandbag a little bit and still have a shot at it, but now you really have to be on your game and work on your set up. Hats off to everybody out there.”

Eslick’s run was far from the only entertainment the day’s contest provided. Up front, a five-rider dice took shape for the win. However, title hopeful Suburban Motors Harley-Davidson’s Ben Carlson was effectively dropped from contention for the win when he was assessed a penalty for anticipating the start. Likewise, NJMP master Shane Narbonne of the Six-Four Motors squad ran off track, costing him precious time and a place in the lead pack.

And Josh Chisum Racing/Bartel’s Harley-Davidson’s Tyler O’Hara just lost touch, leaving Suburban Motors Harley-Davidson’s Steve Rapp and KWR/Millennium Technologies’ Kyle Wyman to decide the race.

Wyman slashed into the lead as the two hit slower riders and made the most of the opportunity to drop Rapp and close out the year with a win. Rapp took second, followed by O’Hara, Narbonne, Carlson and Eslick.

 

“I tried to put my head down from the beginning,” Wyman said. “I got the holeshot from the second row and did my best to push as hard as I could for a whole lap. But Steve came flying by on the front straightaway, and from that point I knew the race was going to be a little different than I wanted it to be. It turned into a pack and I sat there through the middle part of the race. It was getting crazy up front and I just wanted to make sure I didn’t get caught up in any of that.

 

“I basically put myself in the right place at the right time at the end. I made a push to the front and I got the lead just as we hit the lappers. The lappers are going to be either way – they’re going to hold you up or give you a big gap. They gave me a gap and I put my head down the last two laps and it worked out great. I’m so happy to get another win this year.”

 

Source and Photo: AMA Pro Racing/Brian J. Nelson

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RED BULLS EXTEND UNBEATEN STREAK TO THREE GAMES WITH 2-2 DRAW AGAINST PHILADELPHIA AT PPL PARK

Sep 14, 2014

RED BULLS EXTEND UNBEATEN STREAK TO THREE GAMES WITH 2-2 DRAW AGAINST PHILADELPHIA AT PPL PARK

Thierry Henry scores 50th career MLS regular-season goal in draw 

CHESTER, PA (September 13, 2014) – Thierry Henry scored his 50th career MLS regular-season goal as the New York Red Bulls played to a 2-2 draw with the Philadelphia Union from a rain-soaked PPL Park on Saturday. After an hour delay due to unsafe playing conditions, the Red Bulls extended its current unbeaten streak to three games, going 2-0-1 in that stretch.

The Red Bulls return to action on Wednesday, September 17, when they travel to Stade Saputo to take on the Montreal Impact in CONCACAF Champions League play. The Red Bulls are 1-0-0 in group play after defeating C.D. FAS 2-0 on August 26, at Red Bull Arena.

Tickets for New York’s next regular-season home match against USMNT start Clint Dempsey and the Seattle Sounders on September 20 can be purchased by calling 1.877.727.6223 or logging onto tickets.newyorkredbulls.com

RECAP/BOX SCORE

Peguy Luyindula started the scoring on Saturday afternoon when he converted from the penalty spot in the 36th minute. After being taken down by Phiadelphia’s Ethan White, Luyindula stepped up and converted from the spot to give the Red Bulls a 1-0 lead.

Thierry Henry would extend New York’s lead in the 40th minute when he scored his 50thcareer MLS regular-season goal. Chris Duvall whipped in a pass from the right wing that found Henry and the captain hit a one time, right-footed shot that hit off Zac MacMath and ended up over the line to put New York up 2-0

 Pedro Ribeiro would pull one back for New York a minute later with his first goal of the season to push the score to 2-1 into the break.

Luis Robles came up with a huge save on Maurice Edu with the Red Bulls leading 2-1 in the 77th minute. Edu found himself at the top of the six-yard-box, but his shot was saved by a diving Robles and the rebound chance trickled wide and over the end line.

The Union would level the match in the second minute of second-half stoppage time as Sebastien Le Toux converted from the penalty spot to tie the game at 2-2.

New York Red Bulls 2, Philadelphia Union 2
September 13, 2014
MLS Regular Season
PPL Park, Chester, PA

Scoring Summary:

NY: Peguy Luyindula 5 (penalty) 36

NY: Thierry Henry 9 (Chris Duvall 1) 40

PHI: Pedro Ribeiro 1 (unassisted) 41

PHI: Sebastien Le Toux 12 (penalty) 92+

Disciplinary Summary:

PHI: Danny Cruz (caution) 30

NY: Tim Cahill (caution) 63′

NY: Luis Robles (caution) 69′

NY: Ruben Bover (caution) 81

New York Red Bulls (9-8-11, 38 pts.): Luis Robles, Chris Duvall, Ibrahim Sekagya, Jamison Olave, Armando, Eric Alexander, Dax McCarty, Lloyd Sam, Peguy Luyindula, Thierry Henry (Ruben Bover 55′), Tim Cahill (Saer Sene 75′)

Substitutes not used: Ryan Meara, Richard Eckersley, Kosuke Kimura,Eric Stevenson, Ian Christianson

Philadelphia Union (9-9-10 37 pts.): Zac MacMath, Fabinho, Ethan White, Maurice Edu, Ramon Gaddis, Danny Cruz (Sebastien Le Toux 49′), Brian Carrol (Vincent Nogueira 70′), Amobi Okugo, Andrew Wenger, Fred (Cristian Maidana 61′), Pedro Ribeiro

Substitutes not used: Andre Blake, Brian Brown, Carlos Valdes, Sheanon Williams

Referee: Allen Chapmen
Referee’s Assistants: James Conlee, Matthew Nelson

4th Referee: Hilario Grajeda
Attendance: 18,091

Nota: New York Press Release

Foto: Archivo BereaVision Nueva York.

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