For Monterrey, it is unfair to declare that Blue Cross champion


The COVID-19 came to disturb the rhythm of life at the international level. To prevent the spread, the countries closed their borders, the governments of several nations enacted a quarantine, mass events were cancelled, businesses allowed their employees to do home office and closed enterprises is not essential.

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The sport was not without affectations. In Mexico stopped all kinds of skills, such as the Decommissioning 2020, and the training of the Liga MX from march 15 until further notice.

Since then the debate on social networks has been about whether to cancel the tournament for the safety of all or if you should resume to get a champion.

It has also been put on the table the possibility to be terminated to the circuit and the current leader will be declared the winner of the title, a situation that is not to the liking of Antonio Mohamed because it had to be at the front of the race in the general table is not argument enough to receive a trophy.

“If we talk about football strictly follow the tournament, to finish it and that deserves to be champion. In this case Blue Cross it does not have merit to be, or the minimum, because this is defined in a Group. This tournament is different to other countries because it is a League,” said the technical director of Monterrey in an interview with W Sports.

While Blue Cross has the leadership of the general table of the Liga MX with 22 points, the team monterrey it is located at the bottom of the table with just five units. Even so, the argentine looks in a better position to consider winners to theirs than to those of The ferris Wheel just because you are at the End of the Copa MX.

“Today, I think that the closer to become the champion of are Xolos and Monterreythat are in a final, after other, none is near,” said The Turk.

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