There’s good luck in proper Mexican headgear
The Gold Cup quarterfinals will be played out this weekend. On Saturday, Mexico will confront Trinidad & Tobago. This could be a post about what to expect from the game, the key areas of success, possible line-ups and/or the future of Chepo.
But all that can take a back seat to what is really going to be on everyone’s mind — the ultimate question — What in the world will be going on with Efrain Velarde’s head?
On Sunday, when Mexico played its final group stage game against Martinique, Velarde and an opposing player both got hurt trying to head a ball. It was the Mexican, however, that came away with a blood-gushing wound.
After initial treatment, he looked like this …
Check out that hair!!!
But, a few minutes later, his bandage came flying off and blood poured out. Take two …
I. Can’t. Stop. Laughing.
Velarde’s head wound, if he dresses it at all, will require something much cooler than that. The docs should take inspiration from Julio Gomez, a 2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup player.
Pssst … and they won the cup.
Posted on July 19, 2013, in Mexico, soccer, sports, Uncategorized and tagged 2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup, concacaf gold cup, Gold Cup quarterfinals, Martinique, Mexico, Trinidad Tobago. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.