Boca Juniors USA?

Columbus midfield star Guillermo Barros Scheletto says he would be interested in helping to create a new MLS team that would be run under the Boca Juniors banner. Schelotto, 34, spent 1996-2007 playing at La Bombonera, scoring 60 goals in 196 appearances. He left Argentina in April of this year to sign with Columbus and has since helped turn the Crew's season around, leading them back into the race for a playoff spot.

"If we work with the dedication that the Americans ask for and that Boca is used to, this can be the start of something big," he said. "There's a lot to do, from choosing a stadium to assembling a team, but we can build a competitive team who can put on a good show."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I have a better chance at 34 and no college soccer exerience at being in the MLS next year than Boca Juniors does. This is not going to happen next year and most likely will never happen, the line for teams is already too long with the Pac NW, another NY team , and Las Vegas probably already ahead of them in line.