T.French striker for Egress UANL, Jean Pierre Gignacguarantee the level of Mexican football, Liga MX is above MLS.
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“They are growing, but I would say the Mexican club is still not good enough for us,” he said. Gignac Interview with the Los Angeles Times, reprinted by mediotiempo.com.
“I think there’s been an amazing clarity to the Mexican Championship, and Seattle won the Conca Championship in the last 15 years just two years ago.”
The reigning champions of the previous Liga MX Clausura 2023 tournament with TigressThe French player commented that while it is true that MLS is getting stronger every year in terms of economy and marketing, the Mexican team is still better than the US team in terms of football.
“We continue to grow as well. They are growing more in infrastructure, stadiums and training centres, but they are also putting in a lot of money,” Gignac explained.
“Here in Mexico we are much more focused on marketing than we are, but I think we are more focused on football than marketing.
“I hope they continue to grow. I’m voting for Mexico today because it’s good competition for us.”
The Tigres face Pachuca this Sunday in the Campion de Campenes 2023 of Mexican football
In 2015, Tigress announced the addition of one of the best forwards in the world. MarseilleHe also reinforced the squad in the Copa Libertadores, which Mexico had pulled out of the competition many years ago.
Now, the Frenchman explained that Mexican football would benefit greatly from returning to the Conmebol tournament and gaining the international experience that local teams lack.
“It would be nice to be back” libertadoreswe have played against South American clubs.” Gignacreached the final of the Libertadores just the year they arrived in the Tigres and lost. river plate.
Format of Liga MX
It also reminded me of the importance of promotion and relegation in football leagues, which is no longer in Liga MX.
“I think Mexican clubs have something to do on the South American scene, so we’ll see, but I can’t make a decision,” he continued.
“For example, when we’re fighting for promotion, it’s great to be able to celebrate promotion to the Primera Division, but other than that, I personally love the format.”