Guillermo Cantu, new general secretary at the Mexico Football Federation, told ESPN on Tuesday that Ricardo Antonio La Volpe is among several of his personal preferences for the new permanent coach for El Tri.
"In my mind, I have a few," Cantu told ESPN's Jose Ramon Fernandez. "There are interesting coaches. Rayo Vallecano's coach [Paco Jemez], I like his proposal. Unai Emery [Sevilla], I like. They may or may not be options for the national team, but I like them."
Cantu said that he also admired...
Even defenders were scoring during an exciting Week 6 of the Liga MX Apertura which contained 30 goals in just nine matches.
Although these defensive players surprised many with their offensive talents, it was Queretaro striker Emanuel Villa who stole most of the headlines with his three goals scored for Los Gallos Blancos.
With Villa leading the charge, let's take a look at Liga MX's Best XI from Week 6:
Jonathan Orozco, GK, Monterrey
Although he couldn't do much to stop the late equalizer...
With another week of the Liga MX Apertura 2015 season in the books, there are important lessons to be learned.
Here are five of the main ones:
1. "Tuca" deserves his shot
Yes, Ricardo Ferretti is an emotional coach. So those hoping for occasional outbursts are not likely to be disappointed by the veteran as he begins his stint as Mexico national team coach. But he has also proven to be very effective at his job.
The latest example came in a Tigres game which seemed an unlikely spot for them to consolidate...
Mexico interim coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti will not be in charge of El Tri longer than four games due to his commitments with Mexican League club side Tigres, stated the Brazil-born 61-year-old at his presentation on Monday.
"I don't see any possibility of doing all the [World Cup] process, because I have a commitment with Tigres," he said at a news conference in Mexico City. "I suggested I could help with these four games."