The current president of Club PachucaArmando Martínez, assures that the arrival of a soccer player from the lineage of Jennifer Hermoso, gives a very great enhancement to the Liga MX Femenil worldwide.

The arrival of Jennifer Hermoso to the pink circuit is without a doubt the biggest signing that has occurred so far in its history. And it is that the record that the forward has in the Spanish league with the Barcelona and in her national team, they make her one of the best in the world.

“It is not easy to come from a top league and talk about being among the best players in the world; It is as if we were saying that now (Lionel) Messi or (Kylian) Mbappé is coming to Mexican soccer”, indicated the blue and white boss after the presentation of the reinforcements for the Apertura 2022.

Martínez assures that one of the fundamental pieces that accelerated the negotiation with the Spanish soccer player was that of Juan Carlos Cachowho is currently the technical director of Tuzas del Pachuca.

“The same technical directorJuan Carlos Cacho, also intervened to speak with her and tell her what we wanted.

Another of the key pieces was striker Charlyn Corral, who has knowledge of the Spanish league and now plays in Liga MX Femenil.

“Charlyn Corral was also important in helping us convince her. Charlyn realized the level of the league, the competitiveness and project, because the league has grown a lot”, she added.

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In that sense, she considered that winning the Women’s MX League, after her productive time in Spain and France, was what encouraged her: “The challenge is what Jenni was most convinced of.”

Sports editor in Los Mochis, in charge of the sports agenda of the municipality of Ahome as well as national and international sports such as Major Leagues, NBA, NFL, Liga MX, Champions League and other international European soccer leagues. He graduated from the Universidad de Occidente campus Los Mochis in Communication Sciences, with a degree in English from the University of Arizona campus Phoenix. He successfully completed the digital sports journalism workshop at the University of Guadalajara. Coverage in the Mexican Pacific League attending the 2019 final between Charros and Yaquis, as well as the Play Offs of the Pacific Coast Basketball Circuit. He has been with the company EL DEBATE for 11 years, of which seven he worked as a sports editor in the print part. Since 2020, he has entered the digital part of the sports portal, where until now I am part as a Web Journalist. Specialist in matters of Liga MX, Liga MX Femenil, Mexican National Team and MLB.

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