Wednesday, December 6, 2023

“Part of South American soccer lives off Mexican soccer”: Matías Almeyda

After his departure from Mexican soccer, Matias Almeyda He has become one more of the defenders of our football. He now he hit the media Argentina who think that the albiceleste has an easy rival in Mexico in the Qatar World Cup 2022.

In an interview for the ESPN chain of that South American country, the former Chivas coach declared that part of South America lives from Mexican soccer.

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“Argentina looks down on Mexico, but a large part of South American football lives off of Mexican football. Because of enduring so much madness, many coaches have ended up sick, I don’t want to be on that side; I want to enjoy football, I love football”

“Argentina and Mexico will both go through, they both have to go through, a draw and both go through,” said Almeyda, who managed to lift the League, Copa MX, Supercopa MX and the CONCACAF Champions League with the Sacred Flock. .

The now coach of AEK Athens has the Mexican players in his sights, even asking for Diego Laínez and Diego Reyes to be considered as reinforcements for his team in Greece.

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