Guillermo Ochoa 4-6 weeks off

The veteran goalkeeper of Las Aguilas de America and the Mexican national team will be absent for 4-6 weeks due to injury.

Before the Clasico Joven match kicked off at the Estadio Azteca last weekend, it was reported that the US goalkeeper, Guillermo Ochoa, would not be able to play and would be out for at least four to six weeks due to a calf injury. . With the injury suffered by Ochoa, Oscar Jimenez has taken over the position and has performed quite well so far, conceding only two goals in the recent Jornada 13 match between the US and Pumas, which ended with a scoreline. the final number 2-2 scored. In addition to the 0-0 draw against Cruz Azul, Jimenez did a great job.

Ochoa’s injury has raised alarm at a time when current US coach Miguel “Piojo” Herrera, who has made a strong statement against Gerardo Martino, the coach of the Mexican national team, says the injury has taken hold. spotted during the quick international session ahead of their matches against Guatemala and the Nerthlands.

“Memo’s injury was caused by loaning him to Mexico. That’s why I don’t like lending them to them. They don’t worry about our work, why should we? I will speak to Santiago Baños because it looks like these extra jobs leave nothing for the clubs.”

Despite the obvious statement, it makes sense to what Herrera is saying but then again remember that Herrera was a coach for the Mexican national team and we can all remember falling in love. asked for support as he was tasked with lifting Mexico during his tenure. So it would be nice for Herrera to relax a bit with Martino since El Tri hasn’t competed in nearly a year on international duty.

We all hope for a speedy recovery for Ochoa and hope to get back (which he should) in his high position for Las Aguilas and El Tri. Guillermo Ochoa 4-6 weeks off

Dustin Huang

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