Cuauhtémoc Blanco votes for Marcelo Bielsa to head Mexico's national team

Cuauhtémoc Blanco votes for Marcelo Bielsa to head Mexico's national team

The ex-football player Cuauhtémoc Blanco today declared himself in favor of hiring the Argentine Marcelo Bielsa to lead Mexico's national team. "I prefer Bielsa, I hope he gets the opportunity," Blanco said, moving away from preferences in his country due to the return of compatriot Miguel. Herrera or the Brazilian Ricardo Ferretti. The leadership of the Tri, a position that the Colombian Juan Carlos Osorio occupied until the World Cup in Russia, needs a coach with experience and character. From the ex-selector of Argentina and Chile, Blanco said: "He is a coach with experience and I would love to be there, is the right one, has a lot of character and will evolve football ".
  The governor-elect of the state of Morelos avoided on Friday the comparisons that make his style of play with that of the talented young midfielder Diego Lainez, who stands out in the same club America that consecrated him as a star. "Do not compare, I do not like the comparisons, they told me who is better, if (Cristiano) Ronaldo or (Lionel) Messi, who is better Cuauhtémoc Blanco or Hugo Sánchez, there are no comparisons and everyone has their talent, their character, all the players in the world are different, "said the idol, now 45 years old. Lainez debuted as a scorer in the MX Liga last Saturday when he scored a double to Pachuca on the third day of the Apertura. Coach Miguel Herrera is expected to include Lainez in the eleven head to face tomorrow, Saturday, Monterrey at the Azteca stadium. White wished luck to the 18-year-old midfielder and recommended him not to lose the floor. The former mayor of Cuernavaca, capital of the state of Morelos, a Today he visited the Tlatilco Housing Unit, located in the north of Mexico City, where he was honored with three murals in various sports and recreational areas. The exgoleador began playing soccer at age six in the canchitas of this residential area, where most of the neighbors remembered him as a naughty child. Cuauhtémoc also referred to the appointment of the Olympic medalist and former world champion Ana Gabriela Guevara as the future leader of the National Commission of Physical Culture and Sport (Conade).
  "She is a great athlete, she knows the shortcomings that athletes have, she suffered and lived it, whenever someone in charge of the Conade was defending the athletes because they did not have enough support because there was no budget," he said.

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