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Third player to leave before the World Cup, says no to Martino and El Tri

They no longer believe Martino and his cheap renovation speech. He is leaving El Tri all because they never had faith in him. 

Another Mexican player is leaving El Tri.
Another Mexican player is leaving El Tri.

The Mexican national team and Gerardo Martino have not found the secret formula to achieve their own synergy and reach the World Cup in the best possible way. There are two confirmed departures of athletes who will not have opportunities and have preferred to step aside. Unfortunately for the Argentinean coach, there is already a third one.


It turns out that within the Mexican team, José de Jesús Corona and Javier Hernández have already been dropped as possible reinforcements for the team. It is clear to them that the coach does not want to count on them and they prefer to step aside and not go to any call.

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In view of this, it turns out that Mexican player Aldo Rocha is also out of the Mexican team due to two issues. The first, an injury that would end up leaving him out of the friendlies, but the second, because he knows that, even if he performs miracles, he simply does not count for Martino. According to journalist David Medrano, the player was not in Martino's plans.


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It turns out that within the team there are already certain players who are irremovable regardless of their physical form and current status. Among them are Héctor Herrera and Andrés Guardado, two midfielders who will be in Qatar 2022.



 

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