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Martino's failure with Argentina uncovered and the same could happen with El Tri

In Argentina, Martino's bad job with the Argentine national team is on display, and the same is expected to happen with Mexico

Martino´s failure at Argentina
Martino´s failure at Argentina

Three months before the World Cup, the uncertainty generated by the Mexican national team's environment is already alarming. It turns out that Gerardo Martino's team has not found a true playing identity and some football players are already taking sides.


In Argentina, they claim that Martino's time at the helm of the Albiceleste national team was conditioned by the coach's arrogance. On the other hand, they indicate that there was little work in the development of players, a situation that is reflected today in Mexico.

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On the other hand, Argentine goalkeeper Nahuel Guzmán participated in an interview for Reforma where he gave a clue as to how Gerardo Martino manages the dressing room and where he had conflicts with some players, all because Tata does not listen to the criteria of his directors.


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In the last year, Gerardo Martino has recorded several defeats with teams that will participate in the next World Cup. The lack of commitment of some of the team's recurring players on the field is also a concern. Finally, Martino's short-sightedness in calling players who can contribute even more, but he prefers his sacred cows.
 


 

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