Liga MX: Efraín Juárez makes Chivas, Cruz Azul, Club América and Pumas ‘shiver’
During an interview shown on ESPN, the former Pumas, América and Rayados player among other teams, Evrin Juarez, Confirmed that the two royal teams, Rayados de Monterrey and Tigres de la UANL, will undoubtedly be the biggest clubs in the world in about 10 or 15 years. Liga MX.
However, at the moment, they are still two steps away from popular Aztec football teams, such as Chivas, Cruz Azul, Nafas Pumas and Club America, which currently hold more championships than the same clubs in the North.
“We have to give a lot of credit to two institutions like Monterrey and Tigres which in recent years have been champions in CONCACAF and the League, and we always see them competing for the finals and that means they are doing things very well from the start. On the sports side, this eruption of the Northern teams is 10 years old.” Or 15 years and they are in this growth that will definitely make them in the future more important than they are, but we know that institutions like America, Pumas, Chivas, and Cruz Azul – that is, the Big Four – have a much rougher history because it comes from a long time, but 15 years later. We will talk about Monterrey and Tigres because they will already have that experience and this long history that they are doing at this moment. ” It is to explain.
“I think Tigres and Monterrey have many advantages so that we can talk in the future about being the biggest and most important clubs in Mexican football, but at the moment they are still on that path.”
On the one hand, he talked about the weekend’s clash between Rayados de Monterrey and America, where Javier Aguirre will face Santiago Solari at BBVA Stadium, ensuring that it will be a very enjoyable match to watch.
“I think it is an honor to have the best Mexican coach in history in Liga MX. We all know the story of Javier Aguirre in Europe and I think it is a great honor for him to return to Mexico, as fans we have to take advantage of him because he will definitely come to teach many things and leave many positive things at this time. Where he will be in Monterrey and I hope that everything will go well for him, he is a man I learned a lot from and applied many of his concepts now in this new stage in which I became a technical assistant, he is a frontal type that does not touch the heart to tell you today that you are playing or not playing. ”
He concluded, “He has no qualms about saying things as they are and that is something that is appreciated and today it seems to me that this is one of the greatest virtues that a coach should have.”
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