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Mexicans in Europe who have descended

With the complicated situation central defender Johan Vásquez lives with Genoa, we remember the Mexicans in Europe who have been downgraded; elements that, far from being in the first places, have experienced sporting shame.

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There are several Aztecs who have experienced this downgrade within the background. Although there are a handful of soccer players who have had to downgrade in the Old Continent, taking into account the Aztecs who have gone to Europe, they are a good number.

Mexican Jorge Hernández, the footballer who came to KV Mechelen from Belgium

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In this way, we present Mexicans in Europe who have dropped in category; list in which the Aztec Johan Vásquez could be added.

Jose Luis Borbolla: In the 1944-1945 season, he experienced sporting relegation with Deportivo de La Coruña in Spain.

Hugo Sanchez: During the 1993-1994 season, the famous Aztec soccer player lost the category with Rayo Vallecano.

Miguel Layun: One of the few footballers who has played in Italy lived his way to the second division with Atalanta de Bergamo in the 2009-2010 season.

Andrew Saved: The second Mexican who has descended with Deportivo la Coruña, in this case he did it in the 2010-2011 season.

Paul Barrier: It was with West Ham United and in the 2010-2011 season that he went down a category in English football.

Giovani Dos Santos: Another one in Spanish soccer and it was in the 2012-2013 season that Mallorca was relegated.

William Ochoa: The only Mexican to lose the category twice, one in France and the other in Spain; Ajaccio 2013-2014 and Granada 2016-2017.

Guillermo Ochoa, the only Mexican who has descended twice in Europe

Raul Gudino: During his session with Union Madeira in the 2015-2016 season, the goalkeeper went down in Portugal.

Antonio Briseno: This Mexican central defender was also relegated to Portuguese soccer in the 2018-2019 season with Feirense.

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