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FMF, without candidates to replace De Luisa – David Medrano

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NO CHOICE

So far, no one has declared themselves as a candidate to occupy the chair of president of the Mexican Soccer Federation in the event that the owners do not support yon de Luisa, which indicates that so far everything points to the continuity of the current head, who in the coming weeks will have to present a report on the four years of his management and at the same time the project of what he has in mind for 2026. As and As we have mentioned, there is no meeting of owners scheduled soon and the only one contemplated is until the month of May. It must be remembered that the Owners Assembly is the highest authority in Mexican soccer.

NOTHING KNOWS

I had the opportunity to meet Mauricio Pochettino in the lobby of a hotel in Doha. The Argentine did not accept an interview, but briefly stated that he knows nothing about the fact that his name sounds like an option in Mexican soccer. The Argentine at the moment does not have a team after leaving PSG in France and is in Qatar Watching the World Cup. Although he was born in Argentina, Pochettino’s entire coaching career has been spent in Europe where he has managed Espanyol Barcelona, ​​Southampton and Tottenham in England and his most recent job was with PSG.

AUSTERE

The Liga MX ended more than a month ago and the movements have been very few and the fact is that the economy of the clubs is affected and the proof is the few important movements. The transfer of Fernando Gorriarán to Tigres is between six and eight million dollars, that of Israel Reyes to América is around six and that of Jordi Cortizo to Rayados was around four million dollars. The rest have been loans, returns or free players who ended contracts with other clubs. Some clubs like Cruz Azul bet better on the foreign market.

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