At ESPN Digital we recap the activity that the 18 teams have for the next Mexican soccer tournament
The Opening 2021 is a month away from the opening whistle and facing the new tournament, in ESPN Typel We present to you the day-to-day work of preparing the 18 teams of MX League, which are still training or already celebrating their first friendly games.
Below is the activity of the Mexican soccer clubs:
The Mexican soccer champion focused on Avándaro, with the inclusion of youth Rodrigo Huescas, Antonio Álvarez, Pedro Pacheco, Cristopher Benítez, Christian Jiménez, Óscar Morales, Rafael Guerrero and Alfredo Cabañas. In addition, the presence of the reinforcement stands out Luis ‘Quick’ Mendoza.
The celestial closed the permanence of the goalkeeper and captain, Jesús Corona, and are negotiating the continuity of Ignacio Rivero, who was an important piece in obtaining the championship.
The Eagles lived their fifth day of training in Los Angeles, where they will stay for 10 days before facing their three friendly matches against Santos, Tigres and Atlas.
The Torreón team lived just its second day of preseason. Just this Monday the team led by Guillermo Almada reported at the TSM facilities, where all the elements underwent physical examinations and this Tuesday they started with the start of practices
The team directed by Javier Aguirre closes the first part of his preparation in the Mexican Caribbean, where he lived his first preparation game against Cancun FC, a rival against whom they tied one goal. The goalkeeper Esteban Andrada began working with the team on Monday.
Los Diablos continue their preparation at the Metepec facilities, with double-session work. This Tuesday the team carried out training in confined spaces and specific exercises 6 vs 6.
The Foxes will seek to be the surprise again for the coming championship and for this they have five preparation games on the horizon, which will begin this week with the duel they will hold against Colima FC and next 7 they will be measured against America in the United States.
The team started its first week of preseason in Puebla, where those led by Nicolás Larcamón will prepare their physical appearance. The Chilean Pablo Parra and the Mexican Ramón Juárez are already working on the campus. The team announced on Tuesday the arrival of the Venezuelan Fernando Aristeguieta.
The canines are back on the border after facing the first half of their preseason in Mazatlán, where they had as their last commitment a draw against Cimarrones.
The esmeralda team keeps working inside the León Stadium and seeks to prepare for the second friendly match that will be held this week against Atlético Morelia, all with a view to adapting to the new coach Ariel Holan.
Los Gallos continue working at their facilities and this Tuesday they decided to withdraw the offer they made to the German striker Lukas Podolski, who did not take up the offer of the feathered team and instead agreed to work as a judge on his country’s show ‘Das Supertalent’.
The latest team from the MX League will work this week at its facilities after holding two preparation matches in Querétaro. The Sinaloan team is working to face their next commitment on July 3 against Cimarrones de Sinaloa.
The Tuzos began the second part of their preseason, which they will carry out at the Universidad del Futbol and are working to face their friendly match against the Pumas on Wednesday, a match that will be held at the Hidalgo Stadium.
The potosinos work in the facilities of La Presa, with the mission of washing the image left by the last tournament, in which they were last in the percentage table, so with 13 recruits in the team they will seek to retake the bases that led them to move up and have a good first year on the top circuit.
The team led by Miguel Herrera He is working on the physical and tactical part at the University Stadium and after spending a few days on the beach as part of his preseason.
Those led by Andrés Lillini train at the Cantera facilities, where they work on tactical aspects. On Saturday they will face Morelia of the Expansion League at the Morelos stadium. That will be their third preparation game after beating the U-20s and losing to Atlante.
Guadalajara continues to work in Verde Valle for the start of the tournament, with the absence of Jose Juan Macías, who will sign with Getafe.
“If it does happen, I wish him the best (to José Juan Macías), he is a very capable player, with a mentality to prove everything, who has shown in many moments that he can be there, in an elite League”, Jesús Sánchez said at a press conference on Tuesday.
Memo Vázquez’s team keeps working in his clubhouse, trying to correct the mistakes that made him succumb to Guadalajara with a 4-1 win. This Wednesday he will face the Mineros de Zacatecas and next Saturday he will face León.
The frontiersmen returned to Chihuahua and this Tuesday they worked both in the gym and on the field, under the orders of Ricardo Ferretti.