Tijuana, Baja California.- José Juan “Gallito” Vázquez has made national news for holding Ricardo Peláez responsible for his departure from Chivas more than a year ago.
The midfielder, however, has news in the latter part of his career and this lies in Tijuana, as the Xolos strengthen.
Due to the indiscipline that saw him sidelined from the Herd, the former León also left Guadalajara to play for a year with Toluca, before accepting his move to the border.
And he announced that Xoloitzcuintles fans “will see a very intense team,” under Argentina coach Sebastián Méndez starting Saturday when they visit Cruz Azul on the first of Mexico’s new tournament.
“We have worked quite well, we have worked on all fronts and in all aspects, the team has gained confidence and we know the rivals that are waiting for us, I think we will face it quite well,” he told a news conference. Press conference.
José Juan Vázquez joined Argentina’s Facundo Ferreyra and Ecuador’s Renato Ibarra, both strikers, as stellar reinforcements from the Xolos.
“We’re thinking about us, we’ve had the prep games, they’ve been corrected, they’ve spoken and the video has been viewed. In all senses we are fine to arrive at this party”, pointing to the bickering pamphlet.
The Xolos are penultimate percentage table and are looking to add to it from the first game; his debut, on Saturday at the Azteca Stadium, will take place at 19:00 Pacific Time.