Omar Flores AldanaReading: 3 minutes.
The formula used by Mateno allowed Mexico to “hook up” such elements as Marcelo Flores, Julian Araujo and Efraín Alvarez.
Mexico – at that time Gerardo “Tata” Martinoin command Mexican national teamIt has become the norm to invite players who have the potential to act for training Mexicowhich has had continuity in the era Jaime Lozanowith case Julian Quinones.
Gerardo Martinoas a trainer Mexican national team“Invitations” were used to bring dual nationality players closer to the project. Under this system, it was possible to secure football players such as Marcelo Flores, Julian Araujo, David Ochoa And Ephraim Alvarez.
The way was to invite football players who had not yet decided on which country to represent. And so he was convinced Marcelo Floreswho had the opportunity to go with Canada, Julian AraujoDavid Ochoa and Efrain Alvarez, who switched clubs after having already played for the United States, are also followed by the Stars and Stripes.
Among the failures Jonathan Gomezthat was sparring on several occasions Mexican national teamAnd Ricardo Pepewho was invited but turned down the possibility of training with Mexican national team.
This strategy is now used with Julian Quinonesstriker America He has not yet obtained his naturalization papers and has not yet completed changing his association with FIFA, but he has expressed his desire to act. Mexico rather than Colombia, his country of origin.
Desire to defend three “Although there were other options, so given the few windows available to adapt to the team, Jamie and his coaching staff decided to start the process of integration, both on a football level and on a human level.” Mexican Football Federation.
entitiesUnlike the players who were invited in the era of ‘Tata MartinoHe’s already made a decision, though, and he’ll use his four days at the High Performance Center to learn about a project Mexican bands And join the discipline Jaime Lozano.
Invitations to players who have potential to play with Mexicothe legacy he left “Nana” Martino.
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