Tuca Ferretti makes the courage of his life on TV and says that Play In is a shame

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Mexico.-The courage of Tuca Ferretti returned on TV and this time it was for the reason of the Play In, as he considers it a real shame since it is a reward for the bad teams that did not compete up to par during the tournament.

Furthermore, Tuca Ferretti says that how is it possible that the teams that play the Play In are going to reach the league with a better rhythm and he made the courage of his life on TV because he considers that this format is a shame and a stain on Mexican soccer.

During the ESPN TV program, Tuca Ferreti made quite a strong statement because he says that the Play In is an aberration because it harms the teams that are in the mood to play the league directly.

The Apertura 2023 will have a new format similar to the playoffs of previous tournaments, but now it is called Play Inn and the way it will be played is that the teams from 7th to 10th place qualify and face each other in a direct match.

The team that is in seventh place will face the one that occupies the number eight position and the one that is in ninth place will face the tenth in the classification to confirm the two missing teams in the Apertura 2023 league.

The winner of the match between seventh and eighth will go directly to the group stage, while the loser will have one more chance because they will play against the winner of ninth and tenth place and the loser of said match is out of the tournament.

Tuca Ferreti is a new member of ESPN as a talent and it has been questioned whether he will manage a team in Mexican soccer again, which he himself answered no because this opportunity to be in the media is very good.

He himself declared that he wants to continue being linked to soccer as he has done for more than 50 years in stages as a player and coach, but now as an analyst on television, having new challenges.

At the moment he has not officially announced his retirement as a soccer coach, the doors are still open for any team that wants to buy him, but his priority at the moment is to be an analyst and talent at ESPN.

By Ramiro Cubas


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