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“A Mexican would have been better”: El Piojo Herrera sends a message after losing the position of Tri coach to Diego Cocca

After the official presentation of the Argentine Diego Cocca as new DT of the Mexico team, Miguel Herrera, who lost the race with him for the positioncontinues to give something to talk about and on this occasion He sent a “poison dart” to the committee that chose the coach.

In an interview for various media such as La Afición, Fox Sports and ESPN, “Piojo” said that he would have preferred a Mexican coach for the national team and took advantage of the spotlight to thank them for considering him a viable option, like Guillermo Almada. and Marcelo Bielsa.

The election was decided by them (the FMF and the national team committee), I think that anyone could have been a good coach, I keep insisting, for me a Mexican would have been better, but that does not mean that the names of foreigners are not good”, mentioned the now coach of Xolos de Tijuana upon his arrival in Guadalajara, where on Wednesday night his team will face Chivas.

On whether the coach, putting his nationality aside, would be up to the Aztec team, Herrera said yes, but emphasized that all the candidates would have been.

He is a great coach (Diego Cocca), I think the team of coaches that were there is very good. Without a doubt, I think that everyone who was in those names and I was grateful for having been there, ”he stressed.

Finally, El Piojo denied that this “defeat” in the race for the Tri bench was a blow to the ego, he again thanked the consideration and announced that he will not remove his finger from the line to return to the selection.

It does not hit pride, we will continue working to continue being thereYes, having been in that deck of technicians is thankful ”, he concluded.

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