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Old 02-10-2014, 04:29 PM
Location: Miami,FL
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Originally Posted by BrianH View Post
They are mainly Honduran born.

Claiming allegiance to whoever you want is fine, I still doubt singing in Spanish only is a wishlist of anyone.
it does'nt have to b spanish only, Biligual is fine but spanish must be part of the team.
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Old 02-10-2014, 08:44 PM
Location: Miami/ Washington DC
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Originally Posted by miamihurricane555 View Post
Is the usa the only passport they have? Then that's y. I have 3 passports Colombia,and Venezuelan. People who only claim allegance to the usa might have a problem with spanish but those of us who come from latin america and still pledge aligance to our homelands want the team 2 b in spanish.
If you have a U.S. Passport and "pledge allegiance" to your homelands then why live here in the U.S.?

Like I said in a previous thread this is the MLS. Fans can chant in Spanish. I like that idea. And will have Latin flair just like Heat games do. But the team name and PA announcements will be done in English. Enough of you fantasy Spanish U.S. speaking world.

The key to making this team do well in Miami is a few things and you need to look at the Heat for ideas. And no, not just having a great GM and having three superstars.

Heat games have always been an "event" since they moved to their bayside downtown arena. The dancers, the bars in the concourses, the club after the games etc.. The stadium needs to have these type of things, along with a good location and an ownership which understand what Miami wants. If the team wins they will not have much of an issue getting fans. If the team is not winning there has to another draw and a good stadium location is key to that. I am excited. I will certainly go to some games.
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