The reinforcements of the Mexican team for the Olympic Games will always be a subject to be discussed and difficult to forecast, mainly because the potential incorporations of Europe They depend on the permission of their clubs, one that rarely happens.
Now that the gold Cup and the Olympic Games, most likely the Mexican Football Federation can try to better negotiate the calls abroad, because finally if the European clubs do not give in to the ‘Tri” sub 24, will be summoned in a compulsory way to the gold Cup.
This could make items like Héctor Herrera, Hirving Lozano, Jesús Manuel Corona And till Andrew Saved can be considered to occupy the three places above the 24 years that the tournament allows.
In addition this could also work for those elements that would not count as reinforcements, such as Diego lainez, Gerardo Arteaga Y Edson Alvarez, three names that would give a considerable leap in quality to the selection of Jaime lozano.
If this fairly positive scenario worked, the ideal for Olympic Games would be to summon the following three elements to occupy the three positions over 24 years:
1. Guillermo Ochoa,
2. Héctor Herrera,
3. Hirving Lozano.
In this way and with all the “Europeans” available, a probable initial XI for Mexico would be the following:
Jorge Sánchez, César Montes, Johan Vásquez, Gerardo Arteaga;
Héctor Herrera, Edson Álvarez;
Diego Lainez, Sebastián Córdova, Hirving Lozano;
But since it is not all good news, it is very likely that European clubs will not release their figures for a non-mandatory competition for the FIFATherefore, the choice of reinforcements would be limited to teams from Liga MX and most likely from MLS.
Under this tenor, the three reinforcements that could arrive at the Olympic Tri without restrictions and that would also enhance the selection should be the following:
The name of Memo Ochoa It should be one of the undisputed in the call and is summarized in three points:
1. There is no goalkeeper of weight in the Tri Olímpico and historically that has been the basis for a good participation.
2. He is one of the captains of the senior team, he is not affected by pressure and he would know how to perfectly guide a group of young people.
3. He is one of the best goalkeepers in the history of the Mexican team, a born attacker, who responds at key moments and is always decisive.
The best midfielder in Mexican soccer today. There is no discussion that his contribution to the Olympic ‘Tri’ would be bestial, because in addition to being an all-rounder and tireless from area to area, he also has punch and defensive sacrifice.
If the objective is to empower the team of the Pre-Olympic Tournament, blunt He is the one to replace Joaquín Esquivel in midfield and make a perfectly balanced pair with Carlos Rodríguez.
It is much more possible than any Mexican in Europe over 23 years old, he wants to play some Olympic Games, MLS could provide it and it would be the reinforcement that would fully enhance this Olympic ‘Tri’ like very few before.
The official farewell to a capricious player, but with the quality to dazzle anyone who saw him play. The goodbye of Carlos candle giving a medal to Mexico. That image fits perfectly.
Jorge Sánchez, Johan Vásquez, César Montes, Erick Aguirre;
Charly Rodríguez, Luis Romo;
Uriel Antuna, Sebastián Córdova, Roberto Alvarado;
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