MENDOZA, Argentina – Gerardo "Tata" Martino has not yet signed his name to become the next Mexican manager, thinks he has agreed to be the next headteacher.
Guillermo Cantu's federal federation Mexican (FMF) secretary did not want to comment on Martino Argentine's reports, but he said that a pen was not yet put to paper.
"If you say it's signed, no, no," said Cantu when he reached a team hotel in Mendoza ahead of the Tuesday game against Argentina.
Cantu said that he would not expand to "respect people's privacy," but he has suffered significantly about other FMF issues, and rejecting World Cup players – Javier Hernandez, Hector Herrera, Andres Guardado and Hector Moreno – are permanently excluded.
"We can not be disappointed," said Cantu. "Players with a lot of expertise in the national team help in the process of building with the young people.
"They have to be with them and they [players] who are unable to come for a different purpose – badly ill, illness, family or personal circumstances – are very important because their knowledge that they can share with the young people in their development. "
He asked the general secretary of FMF Memo Cantú about Dennis te Kloese to move to a MLS club (Galaxy).
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Cantu also stressed Mexico's return to America Cup after the 2019 edition and that it would be a great opportunity for MX Liga clubs to join the Libertadores Cup.
"[International competition] helping young people and those not too young to be better "said Cantu." It is very important for us to have mechanical teams; appear and tested in different countries. "
One thing Cantu hopes to help the new director with the number of foreign players in the Liga MX, which will hinder the depth of the player's battles with the national team, even though there is no change in the night.
"We've started to sit down with the league to talk about because it wants to win the Mexican football and as openly we are and our league, we can land get such ideas to help them to influence it, "said the Atlante player who had been hitting her. Formerly-
Cantu did not expand reports that FMF team leader, Dennis te Kloese, talked to Los Angeles Galaxy and her. show that the case remains up in the air.
"I'm confident he is a good and professional man," said Cantu in English. "I am delighted to be working with the Mexican national team and we need to see it."
Mexico will be training in Mendoza Monday ahead of it The Three final game of the next day in the Malvinas Argentinas Stadium.