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Owner of Necaxa assured that next week the new coach of Mexico could be met

Ernesto Tinajero President of Necaxa with the Corona MX Cup champion trophy.

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Part of the National Team Committee and owner of Club Necaxa in the MX League, Ernesto Tinajero stated that possibly in a week it will be known who will be the new coach of the Mexican team.

In an interview for the TUDN chain, Tinajero stated that there is still a candidate who must be given the opportunity to show their project and interview. However, he mentioned that the chosen one could already be met next week.

“It has been a process that takes a while, several of the candidate coaches have been interviewed, we still have one to interview, maybe next week we will already know who (the new coach) is”, reported last Friday on matchday 5 that Necaxa ended up drawing vs. Tijuana.

Regarding his participation in the National Team Committee, the leader sees it as a great opportunity to contribute something to Aztec soccer. “It is very interesting to be in the selection committee, to be able to give an opinion and try to restructure and change Mexican soccer, being part of that is a unique opportunity, we are going to try to find a way to make a better model so that Mexican soccer is a very successful football”, he added.

At the beginning of the week, the Mexican Football Federation headed by Yon de Luisa and the president of Liga MX, Mikel Arriola, offered a press conference in which they announced a national team-wide restructuring with the aim of significantly improving the process. to the 2026 World Cup where the Aztec nation will host together with Canada and the United States.

In that intervention, De Luisa clarified that there was no scheduled date for the announcement of the new coach. The candidates for the position that are known are: the Uruguayan Guillermo Almada, current DT of Pachuca and Miguel ‘Piojo’ Herrera, without a team and with a past already in El Tri.

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