Ricardo La Volpe would come out of retirement to meet

Ricardo La Volpe would come out of retirement to meet again with the benches, but Mexican soccer would not be an option

Ricardo La Volpe, former Mexico coach.

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Ricardo La Volpe He is one of the most respected coaches in Mexican soccer. The Mustache led to various teams from the Liga MX and even the Mexican National Team. After four years off the bench, the Argentine strategist believes that It is time to return to them, but Mexican soccer would not be among their options.

La Volpe has to its credit a large number of teams managed in Mexican territory: the Eagles of America, Chivas de Guadalajara, Chiapas FC, Atlante, Atlas, Rayados de Monterrey, Toluca among other Aztec teams. But Bigotón’s objective would be in Argentine soccer.

I want to have revenge in Argentine soccer“Was the phrase that La Volpe expressed on ESPN. The South American strategist led three clubs in Argentina: Boca Juniors, Velez Sarsfield and Banfieldbut only in Vélez did it last for more than 20 games.

The last history of Ricardo La Volpe was in Mexico

Ricardo La Volpe has not managed a professional club for more than three years. The last club that Bigotón managed was Toluca. With the Mexican team Ricardo got 12 wins, 7 draws and 10 losses. The Argentine left in March 2019 and since then has not returned to the bench.

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