Gerardo Torrado former director of Mexican national teams has spoken about his management at the helm of Tri, defending his role in the team’s performance and pointing out that he was not responsible for certain issues that arose during his tenure.
Torrado, who held the position of national team director in Mexican football, highlighted the achievements during his tenure. “I was able to contribute only what was needed to enable the technicians to do their best work. He won an Olympic medal In the youth categories, things have been done well, there are still exercises that continue to be carried out and that makes me very happy,” he said in an interview for WRadio.
One of the highlights of his testimony was his claim that he “qualified the national team for the World Cup” and that: “I didn’t qualify for the Olympics and didn’t go to the Women’s World Cup. Later, I didn’t make the decisions about what happened at the World Cup,” she said.
Even if it was over in the end FMF Torrado admitted that he tried to do a good job trying to help Mexican soccer players grow and that he left a good legacy during his tenure.
The former manager stressed the importance of leaving a solid structure for the further development of Mexican football. “We wanted to leave a good, solid structure and leave a legacy, and I think there are still things that remain. Providing young people with a way out, more projection and well-being, living with Tata, learning the administrative part and much more.” “I had the opportunity to decide and learn,” Torrado concluded.