Gerardo “Tata” MARTINO looks set to take over as coach of the Mexican National Team as rumors intensify while also giving his thoughts on the Argentina FA.
No stranger to the Argentina national team or the AFA, the current Atlanta United coach gave his thoughts on the AFA. Speaking with Daniel ARCUCCI, here’s what he had to say in regards to the AFA:
“From close, it looks worse. The conditions are far worse, with what Julio GRONDONA’s death represented, it was very logicial that there would be a moment of confusion.”
While he is being very closely linked to coach Mexico, MARTINO himself has not given any indication. In regards to his future, MARTINO said this through a translator when asked:
“Nothing to say. I don’t have to clarify things I haven’t said. This is always the same thing. Whenever there is some news to give, we’ll be sure to tell you. Until then, nothing has changed.
“I don’t have an agent. I have a daughter who handles (my) contract issues. The same daughter that handled my contract with Atlanta.
“As I’ve said, when there is any kind of news to clarify I will let you guys know. I haven’t talked to (Atlanta United president Darren EALES) this week. I haven’t had a chance. We’re focusing on Chicago. The most important thing is these two remaining games and then whatever is left of the playoffs. That’s what we’re focused on.”