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Aguirre Becomes Hottest Commodity In Mexican Ball

The fickle yet clueless Mexican media has already started fanning the flames of their own team stating that Sven-Göran Eriksson could be gone from the Mexican national team post if El Tri if they do not break that ten-year winless streak on US soil.  Why may you ask?

Javier Aguirre has become the hottest item in Mexican football since he was sacked from Atlético Madrid earlier this week.  The former Osasuna man could return to the Mexican national team position in the event the Swede is not successful in Columbus this coming week.

Aguirre is being considered as a possible replacement for Argentine coach Ramón Díaz at Club América as he was not the answer to turn the Aztec giants recent bad fortunes around.


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