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Liga MX. Santiago Solari confesses his admiration for Tuca Ferretti

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Far from falling into controversies and others, Santiago Solari did not hesitate to confess his admiration for Ricardo Ferretti, strategist of the Tigers and incidentally wished the feline painting luck in its adventure through Qatar, where it will be measured next Sunday at Palm Trees at Club World Cup.

“(Tigres) represents Mexico and Concacaf and if it goes well it will mean that the level is good and I wish the best to Tuca Ferretti who is a coach that I admire“, Said the strategist of the Eagles at a press conference.

Solar noted that the Club World Cup It is a competition that he has liked since he was a child and he recalled that he played the tournament for three different confederations, since he played in his version of Intercontinental Cup with River Plate in 1996 and Real Madrid in 2002, and already in his new version of the tournament he played the Club World Cup from 2009 with Atlas.

“It fascinates me, I always loved it, I I was escaping to see the Intercontinental Finals and discover players, teams, and seeing memorable matches and then other teams appeared and it will be better in the future, I went with three different confederations to the World Cup and it is a rare privilege and I am happy.

Solari wants Martino to break the Tri barrier

The barrier of Mexican team in the World of not advancing to the fifth game (Quarterfinals) is an issue that Santiago Solari hope you can break with Gerardo martino at Qatar 2022 World Cup.

“My perspective has changed from player to coach. Mexican soccer has evolved since I passed and since I was a child, because I lived here and it has always evolved, now we hope it will be reflected at the national team level in a World Cup and let’s hope that Tata Martino breaks that barrier and puts Mexican soccer where it deserves ”.



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