Jorge Camposformer goalkeeper of the Mexican National Team in the 1994 and 1998 World Cups, spoke about the lack of projects that exist in the Tricolor that have not allowed him to shine in a world Cup.
‘El Brody’ declared in ESPN that projects are sought that give results immediately and that has been the great mistake of the Mexican directives, for which Mexican soccer has not evolved and has remained stagnant in processes that only reach the round of 16 or worse, what happened in Qatar 2022when they did not pass the group stage.
“Mexico He is going to be world champion when we have a project in 20, 30 years; but we never do long-term projects. We want to be world champions tomorrow and that is impossible,” Campos said.
Campos pointed out that “luck” is often expected to do its job and to help Mexico move beyond the so-called “fifth party”, but he affirmed that you cannot depend on luck, but rather that you must work yourself get the same luck.
“You have to work to have that luck. We can’t be world champions tomorrow. We can’t have the fourth game tomorrow, it’s difficult. In Mexico you work for tomorrow, for tomorrow and you work with friends. They put the friend of the friend of the friend; that does not work and we have already noticed. We have been like this for 30 years since I remember: the friend and the friend continues, “she criticized harshly Jorge Campos.
And about the failure in Qatar 2022, Campos said that “We have just experienced the worst failure in the history of Mexico, the worst we have experienced. It is incredible that we continue to think the same. The last four years have been the worst for the Selection from Mexico; It has been the biggest failure in various teams, especially the biggest and even so we didn’t open our eyes”.
The former World Cup player pointed out that the World Cup in Mexico 2026 It is an excellent opportunity to be able to rethink the path in the National Team and start a project that can change the history of Mexico in the World Cups.
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