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Liga MX: Javier Aguirre says that Mexican soccer is a championship based on results

Xavier Aguirre, coach of the Majorca of LaLiga of Spaindid not hesitate to mention that he works more comfortably in Europe than in Mexico, since


Xavier Aguirre, coach of the Majorca of LaLiga of Spaindid not hesitate to mention that he works more comfortably in Europe than in Mexico, since there he feels at home ‘natural habitat’.

In that sense, the Mexican coach mentioned that one of the reasons why he feels more comfortable in the Old Continent is because there the processes are respected regardless of the negative results.

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saved Mallorca from relegation last season in LaLiga. Photo: File Referee.

He added that in Mexico, the competition format that the forces coaches to be more results-oriented to keep work week after week.

“The championship (Liga MX) forces you in 17 games to be a result. Here (in Spain) in seven games you get comfortable in the seat ”, detailed Javier Aguirre in TUDN.

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Javier Aguirre assures that he feels more comfortable in Europe than in Mexico. Photo: Instagram: @rcdmallorca

He remembered that when he first came to Spain He went on a streak of six games without winning and at no time did he hear them say that his position was in danger, since in Europe it is ‘normal’ to fall into a rut of negative results.

However, the former coach of the Atletico Madrid recalled his brief stint recently in the MX League and assured that it was a nice experience to participate again in the Mexican championship.

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“It was a beautiful experience. He had not played in the Mexican league for many years, since 2001, ”recalled the former Rayados coach.

Javier Aguirre in a Rayados training session in Liga MX. Photo: Twitter @Rayados

Finally, Javier Aguirre He confessed that having spent many years in professional soccer, he recognized that he has earned prestige in the teams, players, referees and media.