Confirmed: Hérculez Gomez Headed To Santos Laguna

If only Bob Bradley knew…

Onward...

With Estudiantes Tecos about to wrap up there season and facing a budget-balancing puzzle, the US’s prodigal poacher south of the border is headed north out of town.

TSG has confirmed that the 2010 World Cup vet will join Club Santos Laguna (where former US coach Bob Bradley was said to be in talks about their head role before taking the Egypt job) after the conclusion of Mexican Apertura playoff final series Sunday.

Santos lost 1-0 in the first leg of that one. Terms of the deal have not been released.

This will be fourth team Mexican team that Gomez will play for since he signed on at Puebla at the turn of 2010. The Las Vegas native netted eight times for Estudiantes Tecos in the Apertura 2011 tournament.

Disclaimer: As is well known TSG is partial to Gomez for his sterling focus on “team” and his positive spirit, we wish Herc will in his new endeavor.

5 responses to this post.

  1. This is a step up for him right? They looking for a proven goal scorer or is Santos just trying to add depth at forward? I hope it’s more of the former and that he is finally getting the respect he deserves down there.

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  2. Posted by manny on 2011/12/12 at 4:46 PM

    Good luck to herc wehere ever he goes.

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  3. Posted by manny on 2011/12/12 at 4:49 PM

    Herc is a great player, and everyone that knows him will agreed with me.
    good luck herc

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  4. Posted by manny on 2011/12/12 at 4:50 PM

    thanks to the shingards for sharing the info about herc.

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  5. Posted by manny on 2011/12/12 at 4:51 PM

    Shingards you rock.
    go herc.

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