Antonio Carlos Santos sees the failure of Piojo Herrera in TigresMediotiempo

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During his stay with America, Michael Herrera was harshly criticized by former player Antonio Carlos Santos; now, again the “Black” criticized the Piojo stage at the head of the UANL Tigres and predicted a new failure as technical director.

What did Antonio Carlos Santos say about Piojo Herrera?

Herrera was always a bad coach; there he is with Tigres. How many tournaments did you have in America and did you win every three years? We quit and it was failure after failure. The same thing is going to happen with Tigres: failure after failure”, he stated in an interview for ESPN.

In the absence of a day to finish the 2022 Opening of the MX League, the felines march in fifth position with 27 units, still hoping to qualify directly for the Liguilla, although the collective performance of the team has left some doubts, especially at home. In addition, in this campaign, the university students fell into their visit to the Azteca Stadium on September 3 after losing 2-1 in front of the azulcrema square.

Tano Ortiz, to the liking of Antonio Carlos Santos

Regarding the current progress of America, where he is the general leader, the former Veracruz and Tigres soccer player stated that he likes the work that Fernando Ortiz is doing as a strategist, since he added that his idea is being reflected on the pitch.

“It seems to me that ‘Tano’ is proving to be a good coach and that’s important: that we see him on the field doing his job”.

Likewise, Santos mentioned that if this team had had Santiago Solari another story would have painted him during the Liguilla, remembering that when he participated in the Final Phase the Eagles were quickly eliminated.

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“Solari did the same thing that ‘Tano’ is doing; he had regular seasons, good ones, the two he did, but they did not give him the arguments that Tano has today”, he sentenced.

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