The Mexican Football Federation considers the Argentine coach the main candidate among four more options
marcelo bielsa He’s one of the coaches interested mexican teamReportedly after the departure of Gerardo ‘Tata’ Martino David Fettleson And it will be announced in Futbol Picante.
In addition to this marcelo bielsaThere are four other candidates for the leadership mexican teamwhich will be disclosed by the journalist ESPN in spicy sauce,
An advisory committee is also being considered, taking into account characters such as Miguel Mejia Barron, Bora Milutinovic, Javi ‘Vasco’ Aguirre, Hugo Sánchez, Chepo de la Torre, Alfredo Tena, Victor Manuel Vucetich.
Mexico He was left without a coach at the end of the team’s participation in the Qatar 2022 World Cup and requested to find a replacement for ‘Tata’ Martino for a period of 60 days and prepare a project that would help strengthen Mexican football. it was done. There are less than two weeks left to meet the deadline set by Mexican Soccer Federation president Yon de Luisa during a conference in Qatar.
Among the names that have been tipped the most is that of Jaime Lozano, who is a strong candidate to take charge of the under-23 categories, despite the fact that there will be no immediate competition in these categories.
also in objectives Mexico Gaining control of the region in the short term, so the objectives are to win the Gold Cup in 2023 and the restarting Nations League in March.
In addition to Lozano, Rafael Márquez is also considered to join the minor divisions or be a technical assistant to the coach, appointed to the senior team, with a high probability of taking command after his term expires.
Another important point is that the coach will not be allowed to come with a “large” number of assistants or advisors, as has happened in other cycles. Information will be expanded by David Fettleson during the transmission of spicy sauce,
Report: The main candidate to direct the Mexican team is Marcelo Bielsa of Argentina.
The question is, does Biessa want to return to Mexico?
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