Throughout history, Liga MX has been characterized by bringing renowned footballer. However, there have been some hirings that have undoubtedly se
Liga MX: The last 8 great contracts that shook Mexican soccer
- Emilio Butragueño (Celaya) – 1995-96
- Michel González (Celaya) – 1996-97
- Bernd Schuster (Cougars) – 1996 – 97
- Ivan Zamorano (America) – 2001-02
- Claudio “Piojo” López (America) – 2004-2007
- Pep Guardiola (Dorados) – 2006
- Ronaldinho (Queretaro) – 2014-2015
- André Pierre – Gignac – 2015
Throughout history, Liga MX has been characterized by bringing renowned footballer. However, there have been some hirings that have undoubtedly set a precedent, due to the cartel with which these great players arrived in Mexican soccer. Recent rumors about a possible signing of Edinson Cavani with Toluca […]
Throughout history, the MX League has been characterized by bringing renowned footballer. However, there have been some hires that have certainly left a precedent, due to the cartel with which these great players arrived in Mexican soccer. The recent rumors about a possible signing of Edinson Cavani with Toluca reminds us, the signings that caused a great impact with his arrival in Mexico.
Emilio Butragueño (Celaya) – 1995-96
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One of the best soccer players that the real Madrid in his history he arrived at the league to wear the shirt of Atletico Celaya. Of immediate impact, the ‘Vulture’ It was an important part for the team to play its first grand final against Necaxa.
Michel González (Celaya) – 1996-97
A year later, another of the players who wore the team’s shirt ‘Meringue’ confirmed his arrival in Mexico. In the team he coincided with his former teammates in the Madrid, Butragueno and Hugo Sanchez.
Bernd Schuster (Cougars) – 1996 – 97
The German midfielder finished his career in Mexican soccer with Cougars after a successful spell at Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayer Leverkusen, Atletico Madrid, among others. However, his stay in Mexico was short, lasting sonly half season.
Ivan Zamorano (America) – 2001-02
The “Bam Bam” without a doubt, it was one of the biggest hires he has ever made America. The mythical Chilean scorer who wore the shirt of the Real Madrid, Inter Milan, among others, he came to be the benchmark for the azulcrema attack, where he managed to win the title of Summer of 2002.
Claudio “Piojo” López (America) – 2004-2007
After confirming your arrival at the MX Leaguethe Argentine caused an uproar in the entire environment, due to the goal scorer label that he earned so much in the Valencia of Spain and Lazio. Altogether, the “Louse” He was five tournaments with the Eagles where he managed to score 27 touchdowns in a total of 87 games.
Pep Guardiola (Dorados) – 2006
Now considered the best coach in the world, he had a step in Mexican soccer during his time as a player. Back then, Juan Manuel Lillo who was the strategist, was in charge of convincing the former Barcelona for him to play in Gold from Sinaloa.
Ronaldinho (Queretaro) – 2014-2015
Without a doubt, the signing that shook the league was Ronaldinho for Queretaro. Even fans of other teams came to watch the games of the white roosters in order to see the player who dazzled everyone.
André Pierre – Gignac – 2015
The last great hiring that Mexican soccer has had is without a doubt his “Bomboro” Gignac with Tigers. The french striker He arrived in the league after becoming scoring champion in Francewhere he won such distinction to nothing more and nothing less than Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The rest is history.