Alan Mozo dreams of playing the 2022 Qatar World Cup with Mexico despite the fact that Tata Martino ignores him; he trusts his level of play with Chivas


Alan Mozo went to Chivas de Guadalajara from Pumas.

Photo: Sandra Bautista / Imago7

The Chivas de Guadalajara continue to train and prepare for what will be the 2022 Opening Tournament of the MX League. Those directed by Ricardo Cadena have the duty and priority objective of transcending after a last cycle to oblivion.

Seeking to live up to the responsibility that putting on the CD Guadalajara shirt means, Alan Mozo has got along well with the squad and with a good face and passion in his eyes, he expresses that he will seek to transcend in his new club.

Mozo played for seven full seasons with the Pumas before the call from the Sacred Flock came for him to join him.

But not only that, at UNAM the lanky right back made a name for himself in Liga MX, enough to be regularly called up to El Tri, fulfilling the growth process since he was from the sub-23, with which he played tournaments important as the Esperanzas de Toulon 2019 (current Maurice Revello) and the 2020 Concacaf Pre-Olympic.

Now 25 years old and with a lot of football to prove, ‘Malán’ (as he was called in the UNAM academies) is sure that he will do enough merit in the next tournament to be considered by Mexico coach Gerardo ‘Tata’ Martino.

“I am very happy to get here, it is a goal. It brings me closer to the National Team, which is what I want”

Alan Mozo

But he knows that the challenge is not easy. If a characteristic or trait has defined the Martino cycle, it is that has a solid and fixed group, which although in recent times has not had the best performance, are his chosen ones; even Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernández does not count to go to the 2022 Qatar World Cup to the detriment of this immovable leadership within El Tri.

“I have to continue showing party by party why I can be a candidate (…) There is always hope, in life you always have to have hope and goals, especially fight for them. I will do my best to be in Qatar”, stressed the current Chivas lane in conversation for ESPN.

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