One day after the announcement of Ricardo Cadena as the new technical director of the Mexican Under 23 National Team, Gerardo Espinoza, the previous strategist in the position, retired from the High Performance Center of the Mexican Soccer Federation.
He former coach He confessed that, despite the frustration of not being able to lead Puebla, “each one must learn to better handle this type of situation” and that on his part “there is no choice but to learn to read the regulations.”
At 41 years old, Espinoza received the call from the camotero team to take the reins of the first team after the departure of Eduardo Arce; however, Article 47 of the Liga MX regulations establishes that any person who directed one of the National Teams in any of its categories cannot direct a Mexican soccer team in the same tournament.
The person who directed Tampico Madero and Tapatío in the MX Expansion League added that the relationship with the National Team “ended well, friendly. Everything has just been closed and it is a stage of much learning. You have to reflect and see what to do better in the future “I am grateful to all the people who gave me an opportunity to be in the National Teams.”
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