Mexico National Soccer Team News

Chuy Corona uncovers how Ochoa vetoed him from El Tri and what he did, now the same happens with Chicharito

José de Jesús Corona had had enough and exposed the systematic way in which Ochoa took him out of El Tri, now the same thing is happening with Chicharito. 

Ochoa has been a starter in the various World Cups since Brazil 2014.
Ochoa has been a starter in the various World Cups since Brazil 2014.

Guillermo Ochoa has been identified as one of the leading figures in Mexico's selection process and even has an influence in deciding who makes it in and who does not. With the recent issues of Chicharito, Salcedo, and Corona, the America goalkeeper has been instrumental in making a decision regarding them in conjunction with the Mexican Soccer Federation.

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One of the players affected due to Ochoa's stay is José de Jesús Corona, goalkeeper and legend of Cruz Azul, who in the Brazil 2014 World Cup could have been the starting goalkeeper, however, Ochoa was the one who had that position.

Given the circumstances, Corona stated that there is systematic management, with the purpose of vetoing players, as happened to him. In this sense, journalist Rubén Rodríguez pointed out what Ochoa did that ended Corona's cycle on the national team.

What did Ochoa do to remove Chuy Corona from El Tri?

Rodríguez pointed out that when Corona was at his best, Televisa placed Ochoa to train in an outside field of the CAR, where Miguel Herrera saw him and was convinced that he should be the starting goalkeeper, without giving Corona a chance.

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