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Oribe Peralta sends advice to Yon de Luisa and Mikel Arriola for the benefit of Mexican soccer

Oribe Peralta He gave 19 years of his life to professional soccer, he triumphed at the club and national team level, so from his experience he con


He gave 19 years of his life to professional soccer, he triumphed at the club and national team level, so from his experience he considers that Mexican soccer does not advance because they want immediate results without sensible planning.

“It seems to me that today in Mexican soccer there is no direction as to where they want to take the League, nor where they want to take the Mexican National Team, so I think it is time to think about processes and ask those who are in the head to be honest with where they want to take Mexican soccer”, he analyzed for THE UNIVERSAL Sports.

Oribe Peralta gave as an example that Mexico achieved the gold medal in soccer in the London 2012 Olympic Games thanks to the fact that the group of players experienced a process of failures and lessons that helped them win the medal.

“Successes are built, they don’t happen overnight if you don’t have a process, you have to know how to build the foundations, things that help you get what you want,” recalled who won 4 MX Leagues.

A few weeks ago the Mexican U-20 National Team failed by being left out of the World Cup in the category and the Paris 2024 Olympics, but Oribe Peralta asks not to go back with this fact, on the contrary, they should take it as learning.

“It is sad that Mexico does not participate in competitions of this type, I think that many times failures are not the last word and that we should take them to see what we did wrong so as not to fall back into that place,” said the player who played in 7 clubs.

The native of Torreón thinks that Mexico has talented soccer players, but without previous work they will not be able to transcend, in fact, he gives the Mexican National Team an example for the 2026 World Cup, where they will serve as locals and in theory they should stand out, but everything paints that it will be difficult.

“Today you don’t have a selection that you say ‘this World Cup is going to be a process for many players who may arrive in optimal conditions in 2026’ so that at that time they can compete with dignity to advance to the quarterfinals”, concluded ‘Brush’ Peralta.