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Cuauhtémoc Blanco talked about why Rafa Márquez left him out of the World Cup

By Juan Angel Aiesi

Cuauhtémoc Blanco talked about why Rafa Márquez left him out of the World Cup

The 10 of the Mexican National Team talked about why he was uncomfortable in the dressing room and why Rafa Márquez and his group took him out of the 2006 World Cup.

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The Mexican Cuauhtémoc Blanco could have been a key factor in changing the destiny of a Mexican national team that suffered against Argentina, that needed a dose of magic.

 

 

The issue of the group that took Blanco out of El Tri is a topic that generates debate since there are many people who consider that Blanco's presence would have contributed to winning that game, which Mexico dominated from start to finish, until that goal that still hurts today.

 

 

Cuauhtemoc Blanco raised the issue of why he was uncomfortable in the dressing room. When questioned on the subject, Blanco explained that it was not his fault that he is a media magnet.

For Blanco, the issue of his zeal for not being so famous did affect the dressing room and that led to Marquez's request to remove Blanco, who confessed that he did bother them and was a nuisance in the dressing room. 

 

 

As a result, the little group that wanted him out conspired and made an express request to clean out the Divo de Tepito, who considered that they were a group, did not integrate with the rest of the team and only sided with the coach instead of being on the team's side. 
 

 


 

 

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