Revolution in Mexican football. and that the figure of “high commissioner”, the role that will play juan carlos rodriguez and that would be over the presidents Mexican Soccer Federation (FMF) and Liga MX.
According to Gibran Aringay, TUDN journalist, Juan Carlos Rodríguez, formerly TUDN-Director of Univision would come as a high commissioner in Mexican football, a figure similar to that of the NFL in the United States.
so it will be up Mikel Ariola President of Liga MX, and leader of the Mexican Soccer Federation, whom he himself will nominate when his term begins.
It should be noted that until a few days ago it was thought that Rodriguez, also known as Bomb will be designated as fmf president But in the end there will be a more leading role.
According to Fox Sports journalist Rubén Rodríguez, it will be May 18 when the owners’ assembly will vote on him as the new leader of Mexican football.
When will the administration of Juan Carlos Rodriguez as High Commissioner begin?
proceeding from the same source, juan carlos rodriguez It will be introduced on Monday, May 22, so that its management can officially start from that day.
one of his first assignments would be named New President of the Mexican Soccer Federation since it matches one from louisa Which will no longer be called the body.
Also, will analyze in detail the performance of Juan Carlos Rodríguez mexican team in the summer, where he will participate in the CONCACAF Nations League and Gold Cup.
In fact, Gibran Aringay has noted that “anything can happen” if the Mexican national team does not perform as expected.
Juan Carlos Rodríguez’s Transformation in Mexican Football
simultaneously, juan carlos rodriguez many will walk Changes not only in the Mexican Soccer Federation but in Liga MX as well.
Qatar is expected to implement the plan announced after the 2022 failure, which includes changes to Liga MX’s competition system.
Furthermore, the committee of national teams would disappear, so that only the addresses of the masculine and feminine teams materialized in the public. Rodrigo Ares de Parga and Andrea Rodebaugh.