América is just hours away from playing the second leg of the quarterfinals of the Clausura 2022 Liga MX tournament, and although it seems that Fernando Ortiz has slowly but surely earned his permanent position at the helm of the team, there are coaches who are raising their hands to become the coach of the Águilas.
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One of those yearning for an opportunity in Coapa is Raúl Gutiérrez, who was a world champion with the Mexican U-17 national team and recently played in Honduras with Real España. For El Potro it is clear, "one should always go for the big teams, any of the big ones will be welcome".
If it were up to Gutiérrez, Los Millonetas would be the option he would like to have because "it is a club that I know 'inside out’, I have been there for a long time, we know how demanding it is, what it takes, it would be great," he told TUDN in a conversation where he even mentioned how to manage groups of players like the one at El Nido.
"What do you do with the galacticos' squad, what do you teach them, where do you direct them? Do you understand the concept, what are you going to teach the ball to Roberto Carlos or someone like that? Of course, you don't. Ancelotti has made it clear the circumstances that have to do with managing an elite squad. It's that management of egos that makes all the difference when managing in the First Division," he said.
América has not chosen a coach
At the moment, América's board of directors has not determined who will be the head coach for the next season. Fernando Ortiz is a strong candidate for what he has shown, but they have not sat down to talk with him about it, so in the meantime, it is uncertain what will happen with the Azulcrema bench this summer.