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Toluca had no mercy against Mazatlán, reason for which he took three points on Date 11 of Closing 2023. However, in the meeting, also It was seen how Ignacio Ambriz reached 400 games directed in Liga MX.
At a press conference, when asked about this achievement, Ambriz revealed that he was unaware of this data, but at the same time let it be known that he wishes to follow and match the records of his referrers within of Mexican soccer; Ricardo ‘Tuca’ Ferretti and Victor Manuel Vucetich.
“I’m not much of statistics, I don’t know. There are good things and many bad things too: failures, healing wounds, getting up and continuing to work. I would like one day to be able to match Tuca and Vucetich who continue adding games, they are people I admire and respect a lot. I hope I can get those numbers that they have, ”he said at a press conference at Nemesio Diez after his team’s victory.
On the other hand, when talking about the result of the commitment against Mazatlán, The coach asked to remain calm, as he let it be known that the wins can make certain mistakes go unnoticed that cannot be allowed against other rivals.
“When you end up winning with bulging markers It seems that everything is fine, that you have played well, but I always try to keep my feet on the ground. We lowered intensity and we thought that with the 1-0 we could be calmer and no, I didn’t like it and I told them, any adversary is complicated“, detailed the strategist.
Ambriz’s numbers in Liga MX
The 58-year-old coach has led different teams, in which Chivas, América, Necaxa, Puebla and Querétaro stand out. In addition, he was in San Luis, León and in Toluca, many teams that have helped him reach the great number he has in Mexico.
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