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¡Se acercan las vacaciones de verano 2018! ¿Ya tienes tus planes para un merecido descanso? No te preocupes, este año queremos que aproveches al máximo tu tiempo libre y disfrutes de los mejores destinos y experiencias a un precio increíble. Desde Ucrania, hasta Nueva York, éstas son algunas de las mejores opciones y paquetes  para disfrutar de la temporada más divertida del año.

Si lo que más te gusta en la vida es la música, entonces Nueva York es el destino perfecto para ti este junio. Al arrancar junio, el festival de música The Governors Ball se apodera del Randall’s Island Park por un fin de semana para traer a los artistas más emocionantes del año a un público masivo.

Este año, el cartel lo encabeza el virtuoso Jack White, el rey del trap Travis Scott y la leyenda del rap Eminem. Entre sus filas, también puedes disfrutar de actos como Yeah Yeah YeahsHalseyPost MaloneChvrches entre otros.

The Governors Ball 2018 es el pretexto perfecto para regalarte una escapada a Nueva York y perderte entre la música y todos los atractivos de la «ciudad que nunca duerme».

Vacaciones en Kiev 2018

Visitar Europa siempre es atractivo y más aun si eres adicto al futbol y viajas en la temporada correcta. ¿Qué mejor momento para aterrizar en Madrid, España, que durante el partido más importante de la ciudad?

La siguiente edición del Derbi Madrileño sucederá en el Estadio Santiago Bernabéu y el Real está obligado a ganar en casa después de su anterior derrota 2 a 1. Gane quien gane, tú puedes vivir esta experiencia y disfrutar al máximo de la pasión por el futbol.

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Vacaciones de verano 2018: Viajes a Madrid

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Paquete La Liga: FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid

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Vacaciones en Kiev 2018

Si quieres un destino más exótico en Europa, entonces la Final de la Champions League 2018 en Kiev, Ucrania es el plan ideal para ti. La capital ucraniana tiene lo mejor de una gran ciudad, arquitectura impresionante y hasta playas para disfrutar. Si a su atractivo natural sumas todos los visitantes que irán a disfrutar del gran partido, no hay pierde.

Aprovecha y consigue tu paquete pronto para conseguir los mejores lugares antes de que se defina cuáles equipos disputarán la copa.

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Paquete La Liga: FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid

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Vacaciones en Rusia 2018

¡No esperes otros 4 años! Este año las mejores 32 selecciones del mundo se encontrarán en Rusia y tú puedes estar ahí. Este mundial será único y es una gran oportunidad para recorrer uno de los países más extensos del planeta.

Haz tu maleta, prepara tu jersey y las mejores porras porque el torneo de futbol más importante está aquí. Vive una experiencia que simplemente no se va a repetir y viaja a Rusia en 2018.

Entra aquí y descubre los paquetes para ir a Rusia y ver los partidos de México.

Vacaciones en Rusia 2018

Del 29 de agosto al 11 de septiembre se llevará a cabo el United States Open Tennis Championships (US OPEN) 2016, en Nueva York.

Después de que el año pasado se coronara el serbio Novak Djokovic, estamos a unas semanas de volver a disfrutar de los inigualables juegos de tennis a los que este torneo nos tiene acostumbrados. Será el 11 de septiembre el día en que un nuevo campeón surja de Nueva York.

 

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Organizado por la United States Tennis Association el US Open busca fomentar el deporte dentro de los EUA y es uno de los cuatro Grand Slams, junto al Australian Open, French Open, y Wimbledon.

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Estos son los convocados de México y USA de cara al partido del sabado por el pase a la confederaciones!

MÉXICO

Porteros: Moisés Muñoz (América), Alfredo Talavera (Toluca), Jonathan Orozco (Monterrey).

Defensas: Paul Aguilar (América), Diego Reyes (Real Sociedad), Rafael Márquez (Verona), Héctor Moreno (PSV), Miguel Layún (Porto), Miguel Herrera (Pachuca), Jorge Torres Nilo (Tigres), Israel Jiménez (Tigres), José Rivas (Tigres),

Medios: José Juan Vázquez (León), Héctor Herrera (Porto) Javier Aquino (Tigres), Carlos Esquivel (Toluca), Andrés Guardado (PSV), Jonathan dos Santos (Villarreal), Carlos Peña (León), Jesús Corona (Porto).

Delanteros: Oribe Peralta (América), Raúl Jiménez (Benfica), Giovani dos Santos (Los Angeles Galaxy), Javier Hernández (Bayer Leverkusen), Carlos Vela (Real Sociedad).

 

USA

Goalkeepers: Brad Guzan (Aston Villa), Tim Howard (Everton), Nick Rimando (Real Salt Lake)

Defenders: Ventura Alvarado (Club América), DaMarcus Beasley (Houston Dynamo), Matt Besler (Sporting Kansas City), Geoff Cameron (Stoke City), Brad Evans (Seattle Sounders), Fabian Johnson (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Michael Orozco (Club Tijuana), Tim Ream (Fulham), Jonathan Spector (Birmingham City)

Midfielders: Kyle Beckerman (Real Salt Lake), Alejandro Bedoya (Nantes), Michael Bradley (Toronto FC), Jermaine Jones (New England Revolution), Danny Williams (Reading), DeAndre Yedlin (Sunderland), Graham Zusi (Sporting Kansas City)

Forwards: Jozy Altidore (Toronto FC), Clint Dempsey (Seattle Sounders), Chris Wondolowski (San Jose Earthquakes), Gyasi Zardes (LA Galaxy)

ACTUALIZACIÓN: (via goal.com)

El cuadro tuzo le entró a la guerra de tuits para calentar el partido entre Estados Unidos y México.

Los ánimos comienzan a prenderse de cara al duelo que enfrentarán Estados Unidos y México en busca del pase a la Copa Confederaciones 2017. Todo comenzó gracias a que un aficionado le preguntó aLandon Donovan si recordaba el gol que le metió Giovani dos Santos a Michael Bradley en la Copa Oro 2010, a lo que el futbolista norteamericano respondió con otro tuit en el que él marcó frente al Tri en el Mundial de Corea-Japón durante los octavos de final del certamen, con el combinado azteca quedó fuera.

Sin embargo, el ‘sabor mexicano’ se agrandó cuando Pachuca entró a la trifulca y posteó una imagen en la que se recuerda cuando Miguel Calero le detuvo un penal a Donovan en la Interliga del 2007, cuando los Tuzos se quedaron con el título.

Incluso, minutos después, el jugador norteamericano bloqueó de su cuenta a la del equipo mexicano.

 

 

El partido se acerca y ambos países calientan el partido:

Mexico:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=4&v=w-T7anMOHFw

USA:

 

Cúal arde más?

Mexico draws No. 1 Argentina, proves it’s in much better shape than USA (via si.com)

After the U.S. floundered against Brazil, its biggest rival and next competitive opponent put together a stellar performance in a 2-2 draw over Argentina on Tuesday. Despite coming up against the No. 1-ranked team in the world, with Lionel Messi, Carlos Tévez and Javier Mascherano all in the starting lineup, El Trilooked like it would defeat La Albiceleste until a last-minute equalizer.

Mexico took the lead after hardly more than a quarter-hour passed, as Javier Hernández put away the penalty earned by Raúl Jiménez in the 19th minute. The goal came somewhat against the run of play, as Argentina had much of the early momentum, but the de facto home side in Texas took over after scoring.

Argentina eventually worked its way back into the game but couldn’t get past Moisés Muñoz in the Mexico goal before halftime. A series of impressive saves from the Club América goalkeeper left La Albiceleste goalless at the break and beyond.

Muñoz remained El Tri’s best player throughout the second half as well, making saves on Messi, Tévez and the whole cast of world-beaters facing him. Finally, the team in front of him scored the second goal in the 70th minute, as Miguel Layún found Héctor Herrera with a driven cross from the left flank.

Herrera smacked his shot into the net, but Argentina would score twice late to leave with a draw. Sergio Agüero scored first, after Ezequiel Lavezzi chased down a long ball and crossed along the ground for a tap-in in the 85th minute. Messi equalized, smoothly turning and firing from inside the penalty area, three minutes later.

Regardless, Mexico is now undefeated in 10 games, its last loss coming with a second-choice squad in the final group match at Copa América. Here are three thoughts on the match, El Tri’s last friendly before naming a new coach and taking on the U.S. in a playoff for the CONCACAF berth into the 2017 version of the Confederations Cup:

Mexico returns to 5-3-2 for first time since Herrera’s firing

On Tuesday, interim Mexico coach Ricardo “Tuca” Ferretti put El Tri in its familiar 5-3-2 that former manager Miguel Herrera used to great effect at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. The team put together probably its best performance since that tournament, and although formations generally don’t offer a reliable barometer of team style—they’re as useful as “telephone numbers,” as Pep Guardiola says—that isn’t completely a coincidence.

Ferretti’s preferred style at Tigres resembles what he implemented with the national team against Argentina. Rafa Márquez and José “Gallito” Vázquez acted as the anchors defensively, allowing their partners in central defense and midfield, respectively, to press runners in the spaces between lines. The common denominators between Ferretti and Herrera’s styles are those free men, who hold the team shape together.

In attack, the fluid midfield triangle supports an interchangable forward pairing, with wingbacks bombing down the flanks to add an extra element on both sides of the ball. It’s strange to see Ferretti coaching the last two remaining tune-ups before such an important match against the U.S.; any coaching points or selections he makes could be null and void by next week, since he’ll be gone by the time of the Rose Bowl game.

Still, his formation and style maintain Mexico’s national footballing identity nonetheless. Of course, like any other coach, Ferretti has several players he didn’t select based on his preference, but they should return in October, most notably Memo Ochoa—though Muñoz made a strong claim on the starting spot on Tuesday—and Giovani and Jonathan dos Santos. Oribe Peralta should also make his return if he recovers from the lower-back injury that kept him out of the friendlies against Trinidad and Tobago and Argentina.

Chicharito goal could kickstart his return to form, just in time for U.S. playoff

After missing two chances inside the first 10 minutes, Hernández put away the penalty to potentially give himself a much-needed confidence boost. It’s been a long end of the summer for Chicharito, as he hasn’t played yet for Bayer Leverkusen since his transfer from Manchester United, where he only made one appearance this season. He also spent the entirety of the 3-3 draw with Trinidad on the bench.

He knew he needed a goal, and credit to Hernández for grabbing the ball immediately upon Mexico winning its first-half penalty and sticking it into the bottom right-hand corner. He showed no hesitation despite his last attempt going against him—and breeding the incredulous look between United manager Louis van Gaal and assistant Ryan Giggs that was shared worldwide on social media.

Chicharito is still far from sharp. His first touch let him down all night, and he seemed to be running through wet concrete on a two-on-one counterattack in the 59th minute. He ended up playing a poor pass behind strike partner Jiménez that left him only with space to miss wide. Still, he outsmarted center back Nicolás Otamendi in the box not 10 minutes later, though he was late to the header, and generally looked on the cusp of scoring for much of the game.

It’s just a matter of regaining more of that confidence, getting consistent training in Germany and perhaps making a couple appearances for Bayer, and Chicharito should be back to top form in short order. If it all falls into place, Hernández should be in the mix to start up top on Oct. 10 against the Americans, along with “ÉlCepillo” Peralta, Giovani dos Santos and Carlos Vela.

Mexico in far better shape than the U.S. for their big matchup

One team played No. 1-ranked Argentina straight up, taking the game to La Albiceleste and nearly defeating it with exciting, attacking soccer. The other timidly lost by three goals to No. 5 Brazil, leaving its manager under pressure and creating more questions than answers with its performance.

To say Mexico looks better than the U.S. before their Oct. 10 playoff would be a major understatement. The vast improvement between the Trinidad match and Argentina win alone point to a ramping-up in preparedness that the U.S. just didn’t match this international window, regardless of the strength of El Tri’s lineup in its second match versus the first.

Despite the revolving door of managers that Mexico has always had, the national identity on the field is still there. That’s something the U.S. has either lacked for a long time or never had in the first place, depending on with whom you speak. Uncertainty and insecurity are nothing new for Mexico, so culturally, it’s in a far more comfortable position than the U.S.

El Tri is in better shape on all fronts, also coming off the Gold Cup tournament win. It’s not that the team doesn’t have its shortcomings; Argentina threatened all game long, forcing excellent individual defensive play and goalkeeping interventions in desperation situations before breaking through twice in the last five minutes.

Still, Mexico looks to be on a different level than the U.S. and a clear favorite heading into the Oct. 10 playoff match in Los Angeles.

David Beckham Ownership Group, City of Miami Agree to Build MLS Stadium (via bleacherreport)

Major League Soccer is moving one step closer to becoming a reality in South Beach thanks to some help from David Beckham.

According to ABC 10, a group that includes Beckham and the city of Miami has agreed to build a soccer-specific stadium:

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This is the next step in getting an MLS franchise in Miami. In February 2014, Beckham announced his plans to be an owner of a new MLS team in South Beach, but getting a stadium built was one of the biggest obstacles to making it a reality.

When Beckham first announced his venture, his business partner, Marcelo Claure, told Franco Panizo of SBISoccer.com the launch target for the Miami MLS franchise was 2017:

Three years, three years, 2017. That’s the idea if it all works out like we hope. I think three years is the objective because we’re creating a soccer team from scratch. We have to pick coaches, we have to involve the community, we have to pick a name, pick a jersey, we have to convince big-name players to come play for us.

Having a stadium built next to Marlins Park makes sense since there’s already built-in proximity for one of the city’s major sports franchises and fans won’t have to do additional traveling to see their new soccer team.

On July 1, Ben van der Meer of the Sacramento Business Journal noted that the MLS is reconsidering its decision to award Minneapolis the next expansion team after the city failed to finalize a stadium plan by the July 1 deadline. Sacramento and Miami were considered the next two possible destinations for a franchise, so this move will likely vault Beckham’s to the front of the pack.

Now, the next moves for the franchise can be selecting a name and finding players to target so it can fill out a roster and get fans in the stadium when it does eventually open.