After going through the Province this morning, it brought forward a question to me that I did not think of too much before today. Who will replace Kenny in that center forward role? Now, I saw I didn't of it too much because I thought the answer was obvious. Camilo. Yes, he may not have had as an amazing season as we saw him in the first year ( I actually ended up doing my Grade 8 project on that amazing comeback against Kansas City), but it's hard to judge a player on their first season. I'm surprised Mattocks hasn't been given the media's hellfire after two quiet performances against TFC and the Crew, but it seemed like last year Camilo had his own little "Comedy Central Roast" going on in the news. Now I don't think that Mattocks won't spring back in a few games, but if Mattocks can do it, why cant our little Magico. Camilo was our top scorer in the first year and I think people forget that. His performances may have been overshadowed by Hassli's amazing goals, but Camilo was stil scoring goals. And skills and power smash's will always beat putting goals in the back of the net, but only in the paper. But the paper will influence a manager and fans more then you think. I remember at one point, the paper even made Jarju look like a star! But if anything can influence a manager to change his line-up, then we better start becoming good influences. Hurtado has undeniable skills, pace and strength. But his know-how for the game will be determined over time. I actually caught my breath when Hurtado had the easy job of putting in a simple ball in to the back of the net during that Columbus game (which was not offside). I think that Hurtado has the capability of being a star and possibly going to Europe. But like I said before putting goals in the back of the net will always beat skills (and soon amazing goals by Hurtado). That's why Camilo should start tomorrow, and let's hope he orders one of those FC Dallas's "Crush the Orange" blender's. But chances are we won't need any help, because we can beat them on our own.
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