The 'Clásico Nacional' between America and Chivas de Guadalajara next Sunday begins to heat up due to the statements of its protagonists. Henry Martín, forward for the 'Águilas', spoke about the recent words of Ricardo Peláez. The Chivas manager mentioned the striker from Yucatán and Sebastián Córdova as the América players who would wear 'Rojiblancos' if the opportunity existed.
"I think he shouldn't have said that, I think it was wrong especially because he is leaving in doubt that the players he has have not filled it. I'm grateful that they are looking at me, the archrival, but I am very well here, I am happy and I do not plan to make any changes at the moment. I want to give the team a lot of joy, I think I can do it and I still have a lot of future ahead of me, so thank you very much, but no" stated Martin.
The America striker has four goals so far in the Liga BBVA MX and is motivated by the possibility of being called up again by Gerardo Martino to the Aztec National Team. Henry would be occupying one of the positions as a forward center in the absence of Raúl Jiménez due to injury.
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“I believe that all the games are important for the coach, he watches all the games and analyzes all the players he takes into account and I don't think that for a game it depends on the call-up. We are here to always work for the good, to do things as well as possible and thus do it on Sunday and give a joy that I deserve and that the fans deserve", stated Martín.