Even though he has yet to start with Chivas USA, Chueca has entered as a sub in moments that the team most needs it, giving passes for goal scoring opportunities and also, shooting on goal in search for his first goal with the Goats. After being a part of Chivas USAs last match, Chueca knows that there is room for improvement and that it has what it needs to do so. We have to be more constant because we have a good team, with lots of talent, the midfielder said. Right now we have a lot of desire and hunger to win our next game since weve lost our last one. Were ready to come out and win, were hungry to win, were upset that weve lost our last game and were ready for this weekend, Chueca commented. After five days of hard work, Chivas USA will match-up against the San Jose Earthquakes this Sunday, Sept. 29 at 8 p.m. (PT) at the StubHub Center in the second-to-last home game of the season for the Goats. The match will be televised live on KDOC-TV and UniMas, and it can also be heard on W Radio 690 AM. Chivas USA wrap-up preparations for in-state battle Chivas USA concluded their final training session Saturday morning at the StubHub Center’s Field 6 to close out their week of preparation ahead of Sunday’s Western Conference clash against in-state rival the San Jose Earthquakes. The full squad practice kicked off with a brief plyometric warm-up under the guidance of Strength and Conditioning Coach Armando Camacho and moved on to agility drills which consisted of short hurdles.
His arrest came six months after a teenager identified in court documents as C.W. alerted authorities. She has since publicly identified herself as Cassidy Wolf, the recently crowned Miss Teen USA. She touted news reports of her alleged tormenter’s arrest on her Twitter feed . How easy are you making it for hackers? At the time she contacted police, in March, Wolf was not a national figure — even though she was Miss Teen California — and lived in an apartment and attended Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa. Wolf got a Facebook alert that someone had tried to change her password to the social networking site, then noticed other passwords had been changed and that her Twitter avatar was now a half-nude picture of herself. A short time later, she received what would be the first of many messages, this one featuring pictures of Wolf at her Riverside County address and others apparently taken months earlier when she lived in Orange County, says the criminal complaint. The message explained “what’s going to happen” if Wolf didn’t send pictures or videos or “do what I tell you to do” in a five-minute Skype videoconference, according to the criminal complaint. “Either you do one of the things listed below or I upload these pics and a lot more (I have a LOT more and those are better quality) on all your accounts for everybody to see and your dream of being a model will be transformed into a pornstar (sic),” he wrote. Recalling that day, Wolf told NBC’s “Today” show she started “screaming (and) bawling my eyes out.” “I wasn’t sure what to do,” she said in August, shortly after her Miss Teen USA win.