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Carlos Vela uncovers the FMF business and why El Tri will never make it

Carlos Vela could not take it anymore. He exposed the dark side of the Mexican federation, Liga MX and why El Tri will not go anywhere. 

Carlos Vela and FMF's intentions
Carlos Vela and FMF's intentions

He is tired of pretending things that are not and of staying out of the problems that the Mexican national team presents. That is why Carlos Vela broke his silence and expressed once and for all his opinion and the evil that exists within the Mexican Soccer Federation.

In a dialogue with the media, the player stated that behind these matches there are only television businesses, which is why it is just another match. However, for Carlos Vela, the issue is that it is not an official tournament, the recurring friendly matches played by some Mexican teams.

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This is evidence that the FMF and Liga MX are only looking for their own wellbeing and to fill their coffers with important sums of money, rather than benefiting the TV stations. The quality of competition is not what is expected and yet they refuse to merge with MLS.

Why did Vela charge against this game?

It turns out that for the LAFC player, this type of friendly matches between Mexican and American teams end up taking away the level of the player. That is to say, they do not have great benefits in terms of player development. It is pure exhibition and waste of the players' condition. 


Hugo Alberto Walls Gómez

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