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Diego Cocca would have disappointed several players from the UANL Tigres squad

Diego Cocca has only managed the club in five games.

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The Mexican team He had a completely unexpected change in his choice of coach. The main candidates were Guillermo Almada and Miguel Herrera. But Diego Cocca would finally be chosen to lead the new process of El Tri. The Argentine strategist had a link with Tigres de la UANL, club that he would leave planted despite the annoyance of his players.

For a few hours ago there was already talk of the disagreement of the feline directive for the “flirting” of Diego Cocca with the Mexican Football Federation (FMF). With his imminent arrival in the Mexican National Team, the annoyance is even greater, but now coming from their own players.

“My Judas Player told me that five Tigres footballers were already very disappointed in Cocca, who failed them, who sold them a strong and solid project, and that at the first change he left. ‘Disappointed, Arizpe, that’s the word. It is better that he go away, that he does not come back‘, he told me in the afternoon”, revealed the journalist Miguel Ángel Arizpe than in his opinion column.

It is worth remembering that Diego Cocca left Atlas to become the coach of Tigres de la UANL. The Argentine had been in charge of the club for a few months and time was only enough for him to direct five games of Liga MX. Under these circumstances and the environment is hostile within the club. The report indicates that Cocca was recommended not to go back personally to the UANL Tigres facilities, at least for now.

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