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Chivas USA cae 2-0 ante Real Salt Lake en último juego de visitante
Los Rojiblancos terminan con un hombre menos; se preparan ya para cerrar la temporada ante San Jose Earthquakes el domingo

SANDY, Utah (Miércoles, 22 de octubre, 2014) – Chivas USA cayó en su último encuentro de visitante por 2-0 ante Real Salt Lake el miércoles por la noche en el Rio Tinto Stadium, encuentro que los Rojiblancos concluyeron con un hombre menos en la cancha. RSL abrió el marcador con el gol de penal de Alvaro Saborio en la primera mitad y el tanto de Kyle Beckerman en la segunda parte para que los locales se quedaran con un resultado de la serie de tres.

Los locales crearon los primeros amagos de peligro pero el arquero de Chivas Dan Kennedy salió con fuerza para detener que le encajaran el primer gol. En el minuto 12, Kennedy fue la clave para denegar que el cabezazo de Savorio terminara en el fondo de la red.

Chivas respondió con un disparo libre directo del mediocampista Leandro Barrera, pero el goleador Erick Torres no logró llegar a cabecear el centro.

RSL se adelantó en el minuto 36 cuando le concedieron un penal en una jugada a balón parado en la que el colegiado creyó que Saborio había sido derribado dentro del área durante la jugada defensiva. El delantero se plantó de cara a gol en el punto de penal y sin dudarlo convirtió su oportunidad enviando el balón al palo izquierdo para el 1-0 a favor de los locales.

A pesar de contar con un hombre menos en la cancha desde el minuto 56, los Rojiblancos continuaron generando oportunidades de gol. En el minuto 65, Barrera subió un balón por la banda izquierda que terminó enviando al área chica en un intento por encontrar a Felix Borja pero la entrada la despejó el jugador de RSL Nate Borchers. Dos minutos después, Torres subió por la derecha y disparó a puerta pero el balón se fue por encima del travesaño.

Los locales extendieron la diferencia a 2-0 en el minuto 74 cuando Joao Plata le puso un pase a Beckerman que el mediocampista disparó a puerta para sobrepasar a Kennedy por la izquierda.

El Rebaño hizo sus dos últimos cambios en un intento por despertar el ataque, pero RSL logró mantener el imbatido y resultado para asegurarse los tres puntos en casa.

Chivas USA contará con tan solo un par de días para prepararse para enfrentarse a su rival estatal San Jose Earthquakes en el último juego de la temporada en el StubHub Center el domingo. El encuentro marcará el final de la serie y podrá seguirse por KDOC-TV LA56 y Time Warner Cable Deportes a partir de la 1:30 p.m. (PT). También podrá escucharse por ESPN Deportes Radio KWKW 1330 AM. Para más información sigue al club en Twitter y Facebook.

Rio Tinto Stadium
Chivas USA 0-2 Real Salt Lake

Resumen de goles
RSL – Saborio 8 (Penal) 36’
RSL – Beckerman 3 (Plata 6) 74’

Amonestaciones
CHV – Toia (Amarilla, Falta) 31’
CHV – Burling (Amarilla, Falta) 50’
CHV – Chavez (Roja, Pelea) 56’
RSL – Salcedo (Amarilla, Falta) 59’
CHV – Reo-Coker (Amarilla, Falta) 76’
RSL – Grabavoy (Amarilla, Mano) 85’

Alineaciones

Chivas USA
Kennedy, Kaji, Burling Zavaleta (Hurtado 45’), Toia, Chavez, Dunn, Reo-Coker, Barrera (Pelletieri 84’), Torres, Borja (Tyrpak 75’)
DT – Wilmer Cabrera

Reservas sin usar: Spangenberg, Jean-Baptiste, Avila, Sturgis

Real Salt Lake
Rimando, Beltran, Salcedo, Borchers, Wingert, Beckerman, Mulholland (Gil 75’), Grabavoy, Morales, Saborio, Plata (Garcia 87’)
DT – Jeff Cassar

Reservas sin usar: Attinella, Mansally, Velasquez, Grossman, Findley

Chivas USA Fall in Road Finale, 2-0, at Real Salt Lake
Red-and-White are held scoreless playing a man short in third leg of the series; host San Jose Earthquakes on Sunday in season finale

SANDY, Utah (Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014) – Chivas USA fell in their road finale, 2-0, to Real Salt Lake Wednesday night at Rio Tinto Stadium while finishing the contest a man down. RSL got on the board with Alvaro Saborio’s penalty kick in the first half and doubled their advantage in the second half on Kyle Beckerman’s tally to salvage a result in the third and final leg of the season series.

The home side created the first threats of the match early on but Chivas goalkeeper Dan Kennedy was stout between the posts to keep them off the board. In the 12th minute, Kennedy came up with a key one-handed save to deny a header on frame by Saborio from eight yards out.

Chivas answered back by trying to open the score with a free kick sent into the box by midfielder Leandro Barrera, but striker Erick Torres was unable to get a clean header on the attempt.

RSL went ahead in the 36th minute after being awarded a penalty kick a minute earlier on the end of a free kick sent into the box from the left seam. The referee deemed that Saborio was taken down from behind as he made his cut toward goal looking to get on the end of the entry. The forward then lined up and converted the opportunity by placing his right-footed shot inside the left post to give his side the 1-0 edge.

Despite playing a man down beginning in the 56th minute, the Rojiblancos continued to generate chances in their final third. In the 65th minute, Barrera worked the ball up the left flank and sent a low cross into the six-yard box intended for forward Felix Borja, but the entry was redirected by RSL’s Nate Borchers. Two minutes later, Torres got into range from the right wing to get off a clean strike, only to send the ball over the crossbar.

The Claret-and-Cobalt extended their lead to 2-0 in the 74th minute when Joao Plata slotted a pass to Beckerman that put the midfielder into the box to fire his shot passed Kennedy’s left and toward the back of the net.

The Goats brought on their final two subs in search of creating an offensive spark, but were held from getting on the score sheet, as RSL went on to secure the three-point result with a shutout.

Chivas USA will now have a short turnaround time to face in-state rival San Jose Earthquakes in the season finale this Sunday at the StubHub Center. The contest will mark the third and deciding meeting in the season series and will be televised on KDOC-TV LA 56 and Time Warner Cable Deportes beginning at 1:30 p.m. (PT). The action can also be heard on ESPN Deportes Radio KWKW 1330 AM. For more information follow the club on Twitter and Facebook.

Rio Tinto Stadium
Chivas USA 0-2 Real Salt Lake

Goal Summary
RSL – Saborio 8 (PK) 36’
RSL – Beckerman 3 (Plata 6) 74’

Misconduct Summary
CHV – Toia (Yellow, Foul) 31’
CHV – Burling (Yellow, Foul) 50’
CHV – Chavez (Red, Fight) 56’
RSL – Salcedo (Yellow, Foul) 59’
CHV – Reo-Coker (Yellow, Foul) 76’
RSL – Grabavoy (Yellow, Hand) 85’

Lineups

Chivas USA
Kennedy, Kaji, Burling Zavaleta (Hurtado 45’), Toia, Chavez, Dunn, Reo-Coker, Barrera (Pelletieri 84’), Torres, Borja (Tyrpak 75’)
HC – Wilmer Cabrera

Unused subs: Spangenberg, Jean-Baptiste, Avila, Sturgis

Real Salt Lake
Rimando, Beltran, Salcedo, Borchers, Wingert, Beckerman, Mulholland (Gil 75’), Grabavoy, Morales, Saborio, Plata (Garcia 87’)
HC – Jeff Cassar

Unused subs: Attinella, Mansally, Velasquez, Grossman, Findley

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Franciska y Roberto Alvarez-Galloso En Havana Madrid Cafe 2. Agradecimientos a Franciska por la entrevista y Havana Madrid Cafe por su aporte en la realizacion de este programa.

At a time when people say that great music is dead, we find new artists that defy this apparent conventional wisdom. Phoebe Elliot is proof that pure music in America is thriving. Ms. Elliot is a recent winner of the 2014 Newsong Contest People’s Choice Award.

Ms. Elliot took time from her celebrations to talk with the Alvarez-Galloso News Hour. The rest is an evening that will be remembered.

1. How does it feel to win the 2014 Newsong Contest People’s Choice Award?

Incredible! It’s such an honor to be chosen as a NewSong finalist, and equally exciting to be the People’s Choice winner! I’m really excited to play Lincoln Center- what an amazing opportunity!

2. “Beating Of the Heart” is one of my favorite songs. What inspired you to write and record such a masterpiece?

Glad you like it! I wrote that song a few years ago. I wanted to write something upbeat and fun, but also emotionally vulnerable and honest. I definitely have a hard time exposing that side of myself- the side that opens up to a crush about the way I feel about him – and putting myself out there. So it was the juxtaposition of how I feel in that situation and how I act or pretend to feel towards that person. “I try to hide it, at least disguise it” and act cool, but my heart is pounding so loudly it’s like it’s going to fall out of my chest, and what then?!? It was somewhat therapeutic to turn those feelings into an upbeat love song that people can connect with and sing along. Even when it’s something positive, like falling in love, it can be daunting and somewhat overwhelming to confront and share those feelings.

3. What inspired you to become a singer songwriter?

I wrote my first song at 15, and before then I learned to play piano by ear. I remember singing along to Disney songs as a kid and making up songs in the shower, or the kitchen, or in the car.. It felt natural and it became a release. Finally I started writing the lyrics down and pairing them with what I came up with on the piano. I always had trouble expressing my feelings through conversation and speech, but through melody and poetry, music gave me the outlet to do that and it became not only something I enjoyed doing, but a necessary form of communication between me and the world. I suddenly felt like I could express myself in a true and genuine way, and nothing and no one could stop me.

4. What does Phoebe Elliot offer to the world in music that is different from that in mainstream?

That’s a great question, and a challenging one to answer!
Every artist has a unique voice and therefore, can offer something special to the world. We all have our own experiences and stories to tell, and no one is alike. That’s the beauty of a voice and a song, and even a particular arrangement or recording of that song. It’s all a form of expression and given that there are so many factors, it is it’s own musical thumbprint. Luckily, music allows an artist like myself to communicate my story in a universal format.. and bridges the gap between my experiences and someone else’s, and there is a connection that is again, unlike any other. A special and intimate connection between my song and the listener. So in that sense, every artist offers something unique.

5. Who were your musical idols and what did you learn from their music in order to form your own style?

When I was younger, I was fascinated with Adam Duritz of the Counting Crows. I would play August and Everything After over and over again and listen carefully to his lyrics. He had such an interesting and poetic way of telling a story. I tried to emulate that when I started writing. I pulled inspiration from his imagery. I learned a lot from studying his poetry. I also loved Sarah McLachlan because of her captivating voice and the way she captured a feeling through a song. Her melodies resonated with me.
When I was a teenager, I fell in love with Jazz and the vocal stylings of singers like Sarah Vaughan, Nina Simone, and Diana Krall. Listening to these singers taught me that there were no limitations when it came to the voice.
I’ve been inspired and influenced by many artists including Carole King, Marvin Gaye, Taylor Swift, Gillian Welch, Ryan Adams, Elton John, Coldplay, Gavin DeGraw, Aretha Franklin… the list goes on and on.

6. What is your advice to people who want a career in music?
Go for it. And be true to yourself.. don’t try to fit into anyone else’s idea of what you should be.. just do your thing, and the rest will eventually fall into place.

7. When will you perform in Florida?
Soon, hopefully!

8. Where can people buy “Beating of the Heart”?

iTunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/beating-of-my-heart/id924694673

9. What is your message to the world and our readers.
Be kind to yourself, forgive yourself, and believe in yourself. If you don’t believe in yourself, no one else will. And do everything with love.

My thanks to you Phoebe and my best wishes to you.

Franciska y Roberto Alvarez-Galloso en Havana Madrid Cafe. Agradecimientos a Franciska por el encuentro y Havana Madrid Cafe por su aporte en la realizacion del programa.

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