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Rapids Sign Osorno

A potentialy season changing signing for the Colorado Rapids today as they reached an agreements with Daniel Osorno the former Mexican National Team forward who has scored 12 goals for the Senior National Team including the winning goal versus Brazil in 2003 Gold Cup Final. Osorno has played most of his career for Atlas, and is now 28 years old.


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2 Responses to Rapids Sign Osorno

  1. Allen says:

    I hope so but season changing in this case seems a bit too much. This guy hasn't exactly lit things up since his injuries. I don't see how he's going to be able to do much to turn the season around, especially given that Clavijo is still in charge.

  2. Allen says:

    I hope so but season changing in this case seems a bit too much. This guy hasn’t exactly lit things up since his injuries. I don’t see how he’s going to be able to do much to turn the season around, especially given that Clavijo is still in charge.

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