LDU Quito

Federico Puppo

Anangonó loaned to LDU Quito

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Dilly Duka wished him luck this afternoon via twitter (the sentiment has since been removed) and a keen eyed supporter (@chow3) tweeted a link to this article out of Ecuador breaking the news that Juan Luis Anangonó was headed back to his native country on a one year loan. Another one bites the dust.

Federico Puppo loaned out to LDU Quito; raises questions for 2013

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This had been floating around in the Spanish press for awhile and today the Chicago Fire confirmed that forward Federico Puppo has been sent on a year-long loan to Ecuadorian giants LDU Quito. Some might have even forgot he was still under Fire control.

"In the best interest of the club and the player, we have decided to loan Federico Puppo to Liga de Quito for the 2013 season," said Vice President of Soccer Operations Gui Petrei.

Claudio Bieler

Quito Interested in Re-Acquiring Bieler?

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Sporting KC designated player, Claudio Bieler has seen his minutes this season split between himself and Dom Dwyer. The two have alternated starts for the first seven games of Sporting's season. The split time as well as his lack of playing time in the second half of the 2013 season has led to plenty of speculation on Bieler's exit from KC, with former club, LDU Quito being the location that comes up regularly in discussions.

Sporting KC sign Claudio Bieler as newest Designated Player

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Sporting Kansas City introduced Argentine striker Claudio Bieler as the team's newest Designated Player on Tuesday, acquiring the 28-year-old striker via transfer from Ecuadorian side LDU Quito.

"He's proven over the years that he's a very consistent goal scorer," Sporting Kansas City Manager Peter Vermes said.

Sporting Announce Claudio Bieler as New DP

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Sporting KC today announced the club's fourth designated player, Argentine, Claudio Bieler. Bieler comes to KC from Ecuadorian club, LDU Quito, who with Bieler on the roster, won the Copa Libertadores in 2008, and finished second to Manchester United at the FIFA Club World Cup.

After a return to his native Argentina where he played with Racing Club and Newell's Old Boys, Bieler returned to Quito in the 2010/2011 season and has been playing with the club ever since.

Deportivo Quito

Deportivo Quito player scores with volley while laying on the ground

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After going three months without getting paid, Deportivo Quito celebrated getting their money last week by beating rivals LDU Quito 3-1. The most spectacular goal of match came shortly after halftime when Walter Calderon lobbed the ball up into the air inside the box, fell down and then scored with a scissor kick volley while on the ground.

What ever happened to? Ulises de La Cruz

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De La Cruz became the first Ecuadorian to join a Scottish Premier League side when he joined Hibs in 2001 In June 2001 Scottish side Hibernian signed Ecuadorian international defender Ulises de La Cruz from Ecuadorian side Barcelona Sporting Club. This transfer made Hibs manager Alex McLiesh the first manager to sign an Ecuadorian player for a Scottish Premier league club, he then signed De La


Rapids Reportedly Close To Signing Diego Calderon

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So much for the quiet holiday period. ;) Multiple reports out of Ecuador are stating that Ecuadorian National Team member and LDU Quito defender Diego Calderon is coming to MLS, and one report links him with the Rapids. Tim Hinchey tweeted last night they he expects to announce the signing of a left-footed CB/LB by the end of the week.

Friday Video: Ulises de la Cruz

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Still Hibs record signing (possibly, probably. Rod Petrie doesn't discuss money, just guards it jealously) it is probably fair to say that Ulises de la Cruz didn't quite settle in his 30 odd games in Scotland.

Cracking player though. I was thinking about him the other day when The Commentary Box crew included him in their SPL's Greatest Foreign XI.

South America: Estudiantes and LDU grab the honours

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The title race was settled in Argentina this weekend whilst the first stage in Ecuador's top league also came to a conclusion. As it turned out two of South America's most successful teams on the continent in recent years, Estudiantes de La Plata and LDU Quito, went on to add silverware to their domestic honours board.

Partidazo: Liga de Quito 7-0 Emelec, Ecuadorian championship final 1998

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In 1998 the team to watch in Ecuador were Liga Deportivo Universitario de Quito, (LDU Quito). They had played exhilirating attacking football, their young striker Iván Kaviedes hit an astonishing 43 goals that season and legendary Ecuadorian striker Eduardo Hurtado returned at the back end of the season on loan from LA Galaxy.

Toronto FC

AFTER 90: Not so "Fresh"

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"Smell ya later!"THE BUZZ:
Have The Reds truly found stability or is it a blip?

Can TFC avoid giving away another early goal?Will a couple of guys get up to no good?Is Koef fit, and if so, can he continue scoring?Will someone start trouble in the neighourhood?

Short tenure for tiny favourite as Joao Plata heading home

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Adios tiny amigo?
What began as whispers a couple of weeks back was last night retweeted by the player in question, then backed by numerous sources - TFC's Joao Plata may be heading back to his parent club, Ecuador's LDU Quito. Of course in true Toronto FC fashion this is about the clearest point of the transaction so far.


The D ran off with The Spoon

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Caicedo (L), and rumoured trilaist "The Dish"Not only has it been a good day for TFC's defensive line - but a great day for puns. Hot on the heels of this morning's "Ecks'ual satisfaction", Aron Winter started TFC's Media Day off with a bang by announcing that the club had signed Ecuadorian Geovanny Caicedo.

THE RUMOUMETER - December 16, 2011

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Welcome to The Yorkies' regular off-season rumour roundup - "The Rumoumeter". Too busy to keep your TFC ear to the ground every week? Just stop by the site and we will quickly show you what rumours are hot - and which ones have hit the back burner. Some of the rumours have weight - others little more than whispers; we take their temperature with.


World Club Rankings - Top 25 Clubs in the World - 2011

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Welcome to the fifty-second annual WCR Top 25 rankings. For years, we have been describing how this list is compiled. In brief, the rankings are based on (a) the domestic results for each club's most recent completed season (either 2011 or 2010-11) and (b) performances in the continental championship tournaments through the use of bonus points.

“Se mira y se toca” – Copa Sudamericana glory for Universidad de Chile

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Just Football's man in Chile, Santiago Irribarra reports on an historic continental cup triumph for Universidad de Chile:

In June, when Universidad de Chile lost the first leg of the Apertura final to bitter rivals Universidad Católica 2-0, everybody expected Católica, Copa Libertadores quarter-finalist and building on last year's title-winning form, would have no trouble sealing the win in the second leg, especially when they'd have to lose the second leg by three goals to not win the tournament, in accordance with new rules favouring the higher play-off seed.

CONMEBOL: Universidad win maiden Sudamericana title (video)

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Universidad de Chile are the deserved winners of the 2011 Copa Sudamericana. Their 3-0 second leg victory at home to LDU Quito last night completed a 4-0 aggregate win and brought with it the chance to compete in next year's Copa Libertadores.

Eduardo Vargas, as so often in this competition, proved himself to be the hero for the Chileans.

CONMEBOL: Vargas helps Universidad to slender lead (video)

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It's first blood to Universidad de Chile in the 2011 Copa Sudamericana final following their 1-0 first leg victory over Ecuadorians LDU Quito last night. Eduardo Vargas's goal in the 43rd minute of the game proved the difference as the Chilean champions take a slender one goal into next Wednesday's second leg in Santiago.

CONMEBOL: Universidad set for final against LDU Quito (+video)

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Universidad de Chile made club history last night by reaching their first ever continental final in South America. The Chilean champions defeated Brazilian giants Vasco da Gama in last night's Copa Sudamericana semi-final 2nd leg by two goals to nil and, thus, went through 3-1 on aggregate.

Gustavo Canales and Eduardo Vargas were on hand to score the goals for Universidad who became the first Chilean team to reach a major final of a South American club competition since Colo Colo played in the final of the Sudamericana in 2006.

CONMEBOL: Quito secure berth in Sudamericana final (+video)

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Ecuadorians LDU Quito have managed to secure their place in another Copa Sudamericana final following their 1-0 second leg victory over Argentinians Vélez Sársfield on Tuesday evening.

The 2009 Sudamericana winners were already leading 2-0 from the first leg played in the Ecuadorian capital last week and it was first leg hero Hernan Barcos who made sure of Vélez's departure from the competition by scoring the only goal of last night's contest in the 48th minute.

CONMEBOL: LDU Quito have one foot in Sudamericana final (+video)

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LDU Quito have given themselves a great chance of reaching this year's final by defeating Argentinian giants Vélez Sársfield in the semi final, first leg.

Following a goalless first half, LDU Quito had Hernan Barcos to thank for scoring the goals which have allowed the Ecuadorians to put one foot in this year's final.

South America: LDU progress to Sudamericana last eight (+video)

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2009 Copa Sudamericana champions LDU Quito became the first team to reach the quarter-finals of this year's tournament on Wednesday. In last night's Round of 16 second leg against defending champions Independiente the Ecuadorians, who were 2-0 up from the first match a fortnight earlier, lost out to a lone strike from Leonel Núñez.

Sudamericana: Goiás and Independiente progress to final (+video)

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After this week's semi-final, second legs the identities of the 2010 Copa Sudamericana finalists are now known. Little known Goiás Esporte Clube are through to their first ever continental final following an away goals win over compatriots Palmeiras whilst Argentina's Independiente also progressed to the two-legged final via the same method.

Copa Sudamericana: Palmeiras and LDU hold narrow leads in semis

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The semi-final, first legs of South America's second club tournament have been played over the last couple of nights and for Brazilians Palmeiras and Ecuadorians LDU Quito the scenario is looking good going into next week's second leg ties.

In the first leg of the all-Brazilian semi-final between Goias and Palmeiras it was a lone 48th minute strike from Marcos Assunção which has given the latter a lead to take into next Wednesday's second leg which O Verdão will play at home.

Copa Sudamericana: Champions LDU Quito through to final four; Review

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Will LDU Quito be celebrating further Sudamericana success this year?

The Copa Sudamericana is reaching the business end of the tournament with the completion last night of the quarter-final stage in South America's second club competition. The winners of this tournament will, for the first time, be given a place in the Copa Libertadores the following season so the stakes are high.

Walter Montillo

Copa Libertadores Round of 16: A Look Back

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Chile's Universidad Catolica, Brazil's Fluminense and Argentina's Velez Sarsfield put themselves in prime position to advance to the quarterfinals with favorable results in this week's first legs of the Copa Libertadores Round of 16 stage.

Copa Libertadores: Much still to be determined as group play wraps up

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The Copa Libertadores group phase winds down over the next week as the final matchday approaches. With six sides through and 20 teams still battling for the 10 available spots into the knockout round, this has become one of the more exciting conclusions to the group stage in recent memory.


Copa Libertadores 2011: The Story so far…

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Copa Libertadores 2011: The Story so far... is a post from: Just Football

One month into the 2011 Copa Libertadores South America's premier club competition and with most teams halfway through the group stages it is a perfect time to catch up on the story so far, writes Just Football debutant Ralph Hannah.

Highlights: 2011 Copa Libertadores, Group 8

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 Reports & highlights of Group 8 in the 2011 Copa Libertadores. Argentine side Godoy Cruz recoreded an impressive 2-1 win against the 2008 champions and Recopa Sudamericana holders LDU Quito on their Copa Libertadores debut. Their goals came from Carlos & Nicolás Sánchez either side of a Neicer Reasco strike for the visitors.

Game of the week: 24 November 2010, LDU Quito 3-2 Independiente

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This weeks pick as game of the week is yet another game from Independiente's Copa Sudamericana campaign. On 18 November the Argentine team traveled to the high altitude fortress of La Casa Blanca in Quito to face Liga Deportivo Universitario de Quito who are unbeaten on their own pitch in the tournament since 2007 in the first leg of their semi-final encounter.

The Rest

Diego Calderon Returns To LDU Quito

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Well we have our first roster move of the off-season. After finishing his season-long loan the Rapids have decided to let Diego Calderon return to LDU Quito in Ecuador. Calderon started the first 5 games of the season before injuring his knee saving a goal in Salt Lake (and the Rapids won the Rocky Mountain Cup by 1 goal this year) and spending the next few months on Injured Reserve.

Celebratory ‘avalanche’ causes Gremio fans to fall from the stands

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A joyous moment quickly became scary after Elano scored an important equalizer for Gremio in the second leg of their Copa Libertadores first-stage tie against LDU Quito. Gremio lost the first leg 1-0, so when they finally scored in the 61st minute of the second leg to pull even with a tremendous goal from Elano (video below), the fans in that end of the stadium did their signature "avalanche" celebration where they all rush forward.

Calendario Repechaje Copa Libertadores 2013

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Martes 22 de enero de 2013
Tigre vs Anzoátegui 17:15 hrs
León vs Deportes Iquique 19:45 hrs
Miércoles 23 de enero de 2013
LDU Quito vs Gremio 18:00 hrs
São Paulo vs Bolívar 18:00 hrs
Jueves 24 de enero de 2013
Defensor Sporting vs Olimpia 16:00 hrs
Deportes Tolima vs César Vallejo 18:15 hrs
Martes 29 de enero de 2013
Anzoátegui vs Tigre 16:15 hrs
Deportes Iquique vs León 19:00 hrs
Miércoles 30 de enero de 2013
Bolívar vs São Paulo 18:00 hrs
Gremio vs LDU Quito 18:00 hrs
Jueves 31 de enero de 2013
Olimpia vs Defensor Sporting 16:15 hrs
César Vallejo vs Deportes Tolima 18:45 hrs
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Some Soccer News for Wed Dec 13, 2011

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I would love to see my du Nord Futbol Twitter feed hit 3000 followers by this weekend. Who wants to help me do that?


Dwayne DeRosario was named the Canadian Player Of The Year. Well earned.


Clint Dempsey scored a goal for Fulham in the Europa League today, but they gave up 2 late goals to tie and were knocked out of the competition.

Friday Kickoff: Vidic out for season, Tigres take Apertura final lead and more

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Manchester United's week has gone from bad to worse.

After being eliminated from the UEFA Champions League in the group stage, United got word Friday that centerback Nemanja Vidic will miss the remainder of the season after suffering ligament damage in his right knee.

Vidic suffered the injury at the end of the first half of United's UCL finale against FC Basel Wednesday while battling Marco Streller for the ball.

Some News for Thu Apr 21, 2011

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It rarely gets funnier than his in soccer: Real Madrid won the Copa del Rey yesterday, and then last night on a bus parade around Madrid the billiant Sergio Ramos dropped the cup off the front of the bus and the bus ran over it!!!! See it here via Spanish newspaper AS.

Paraguay Roster

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GK: Justo Villar (Valladolid), Diego Barreto (Guarini) DEF: Antolín Alcaraz (Wigan Athletic), Marcos Cáceres, Paulo Da Silva (Real Zaragoza), Víctor Hugo Mareco (Brescia), Miguel Samudio (Libertad), Aureliano Torres (San Lorenzo), Darío Verón (UNAM Pumas) MID: Edgar Barreto (Atalanta), Marcelo Estigarribia (Newell's Old Boys), Osvaldo Martínez (Monterrey), Osmar Molinas (Olimpia), Néstor Ortigoza (Argentinos Juniors), Hernán Pérez (Villarreal), Cristian Riveros (Sunderland), Marcos Riveros (Nacional), Enrique Vera (LDU Quito) FOR: Lucas Barrios (Borussia Dortmund), Oscar Cardozo (Benfica), Edgar.

Sneaky death grip on opponent's crotch in Copa Libertadores

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Aggressive and unwanted fondling is nothing new in sports, yet this incident from Wednesday night's Copa Libertadores match between Penarol and LDU Quito seems especially nightmarish. But maybe that's just because of the glorious sound effects.

2011 MLS SuperDraft - Full Results

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MLSSoccer.com's Full List - be sure to check out their site for full explanation of all trades and notes.

Round 1 Pick Club Player's Name Position School/Previous Club 1 Omar Salgado* F US U-20 National Team 2 Darlington Nagbe* M University of Akron 3 Perry Kitchen* M University of Akron/US U-20s 4 Zarek Valentin* D University of Akron/US U-20s 5 Zac MacMath* GK University of Maryland/US U-20s 6 AJ Soares D University of California 7 Kofi Sarkodie* D University of Akron 8
(from TOR) Michael Nanchoff* M University of Akron 9 Jalil Anibaba D University of North Carolina 10 CJ Sapong F James Madison University 11
(from SEA1, POR2) Will Bruin* F Indiana University 12 Rich Balchan D Indiana University 13 Corey Hertzog* F Penn State University 14
(from RSL3) Victor Estupinan F LDU Quito (Ecuador) 15
(from SJ 4) Justin Meram F University of Michigan 16 Paolo Cardozo M Quilmes (Argentina) 17 Bobby Warshaw D Stanford University 18 Eddie Ababio D University of North Carolina

Rounds 2 & 3 after the break.