PACHUCA ACQUIRES VIDAL ON LOAN
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Friday, May 28, 2010
Marco Vidal has a new home after agreeing to a loan deal to join Mexican Primera Division club CF Pachuca.

The defender has spent the better part of the last four years playing with Indios of Ciudad Juarez and now joins a club boasting fellow dual citizens Herculez Gomez and Jose Francisco Torres.

Vidal helped spearhead Indios' magical run to the 2009 Clausura semifinals only to see disappointment follow one year later with the border club getting relegated to the Liga de Ascenso.

The native of Dallas, Texas becomes the latest Mexican-American to join the Tuzos following the signing of US national team forward Herculez Gomez earlier this week.

"Marco Vidal has joined Pachuca," Pachuca press officer Juan Manuel Vergara Oviedo confirmed to YA. "The terms of the agreement are not definitive but he is joining the team."

Vidal appeared in 30 matches including 28 starts during the 2009 Apertura and 2010 BiCentenario seasons logging and was fourth in minutes played on the team.
vik
Friday May 28, 2010 11:48 pm
Guess Pachuca is trying to be the Fulhamerica of Mexico.
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