ss_blog_claim=a3650b8eebfe3434539d25e084e19bcf ss_blog_claim=a3650b8eebfe3434539d25e084e19bcf Blood Rayne: Aguirre aims for a change

Aguirre aims for a change

After hearing from a analyst who said his team have no chance, Mexico coach Javier Aguirre cut an informal figure ahead of the last 16 World Cup clash with Argentina on Sunday. He think what they have been writing lately in Mexico is not justified. They are working to change the course of history in reference to Mexico's poor record at the World Cup. The Americans possess support and have always had talented players but have only twice reached the quarter-finals. Mexico are nobodies' favourite as they were way down in the betting.

The only smile Aguirre afforded was when he was asked about Argentina coach Diego Maradona, whom the former Mexico international and Atletico Madrid coach knows well. He is a great friend and they used to see each other in Madrid and he will give him a big hug and congratulate him for what he has done so far at this World Cup. Maradona famously led his country to World Cup glory in 1986 as captain, in contrast to Aguirre who was sent off in the quarterfinal against West Germany.


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