RGV Flash Makes ChangesJanuary 9, 2013 - Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL) - Rio Grande Valley Flash
The event was conducted by Gerardo Guerra, President of the team, who presented the new logo and uniform to the media and fans.
"We have important reveals today, first of all is our new logo and jersey, also for this new campaign, the RGV Flash will be willing to have soccer stars from Mexico for our home games", mentioned Guerra.
The first guest star joining the team will be Claudio 'Diablo' Nuï¿½=B1ez, who will be facing Texas Strikers on January 27th along with the RGV Flash players. Nuï¿½=B1ez played for the Tigres UANL in Mexico from 1997 to 2003, where he scored more than 40 goals and became an 'idol' for the fans.
The RGV Flash also presented Juan Gamboa, a local goalkeeper from the Valley, as the latest signing for the team. Gamboa is a native of Brownsville, Texas where he played for Pace High School and his collegiate career at the University of Texas Brownsville.
Guerra also announced that they will keep looking forward to incorporate more local talents, as well as players from Mexico's Liga Mx ex players in the near future.
The press conference video, as well as all the information regarding the Rio Grande Valley team can be found on our website www.rgvflash.com
The next game for the Flash will be on Sunday, January 20 when they will host the Dallas Sidekicks at State Farm Arena with the kickoff set for 5:00 pm.
RGV Flash season and individual tickets are on sale at the State Farm Arena box office or by calling the front office at (956) 843-6688.
The RGV Flash are members of the Professional Arena Soccer League Central Division, with 19 teams located across the United States.
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