Thursday, November 16, 2006

Hugo Sanchez is Mexico's new coach

Hugo Sanchez was selected as the new Mexican National coach by a unanimous vote of Mexico's 18 first-division teams. The appointment comes a day after Argentine Americo Gallego withdrew his name from consideration.

Sanchez was very critical of the former coach Ricardo La Volpe due to his desire to play nationalized players and his failure to beat the US in America.

This puts to rest two rumors, Sanchez will not coach the US and Klinsmann is not going to Mexico.

Sanchez has had much success in the Mexican league, but will he be able to make it happen on the national stage?

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Anonymous Susan said...

I'm still amazed at how you, Josh at throughball.com & Bruce at dunord can keep on top off all this news. It's like having a soccer e-zine, only the coverage is a lot better. It does make it too hard to get any work done.

9:53 AM  
Blogger Mike H said...

Susan,

Thanks for the kind words. I guess my little soccer addiction is helping spread the word, so something good is coming from it ;). My apologizes to your boss.

Hope you are well and enjoy your trip to Dallas for Thanksgiving.

mike

11:59 AM  
Anonymous Soccer Spread Betting said...

I seriously doubt he will, theres a massive difference in the level of competion from league to the international scene!

10:27 AM  

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