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Miguel Herrera was once again a victim of Diego Cocca and memes

Everything seemed to indicate that the fight for the bench of the Mexican National Team would be fought until the last moment by Guillermo Almada and Miguel Herrera. But the fight would have had an unexpected winner. Diego Cocca would be chosen to take on the new project for the 2026 World Cup. The Argentine would already carry “two victories” over the louse.

In social networks they began to make fun of the “plantón” that they did to Miguel Herrera. The “Louse” left through the back door of Tigres de la UANL. The substitute for the Mexican strategist It was Diego Cocca, former coach of Club Atlas and two-time champion of Liga MX. But the new feline process would barely last five days of the Clausura 2023 tournament.

Curiously, Miguel Herrera would have been defeated by Cocca again. Despite the fact that “Piojo” had been running as a candidate for El Tri for a long time, the board of the Mexican Football Federation (FMF), he would have preferred the Argentine strategist, regardless of the fact that he had a recent link with the feline institution. But through social networks they saw it as Herrera’s new defeat against his South American colleague.

Everything seems to indicate that Cocca will sit on the Mexican bench, while Miguel Herrera would have to assume a new cycle within the Liga MX. The consolation prize of the “Louse” would be to start a new project with the Xolos de Tijuana, a club that he would lead for the second time in his career.

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