Senator Bertha Caraveo said that the directors of the Mexican Soccer Federation (FMF) must appear before the Upper House.
He affirmed that “the television conflict of interest took over football and today we all suffer the consequences.”
The senator made the call after the elimination of Mexico in the World Cup in Qatarafter failing to score the necessary goals against Saudi Arabia.
In dialogue with her followers in networks, the morenista said that there must be a sense of co-responsibility between individuals and the State.
He acknowledged that these are individuals, but argued that the State “spends on consular protection.”
He maintained that Mexico will host the 2026 World Cup, “and there will be an immense logistical deployment and investment in its development.
I affirm that “managers benefit while delivering bad results to the fans”.
His central argument is that:
The Selection belongs to the people, not to the lords of money.
He recognized that the Mexican National Team is a matter of national interest and that the authorities should promote a high-performance sport.
Finally, he congratulated the players for their “extraordinary effort”, in particular Luis Chávez for his great goal from a free kick.
There is a lot of equipment for few managers.
yon de Luisapresident of the Mexican Soccer Federation, and who was recently ratified in office.
He held various positions at Televisa and Club América, including vice president of sports and special events.
Jaime Ordialesis the Sports Director of Men’s National Teams.
He was a soccer player and coach in the Mexican league, including his time with teams such as Cruz Azul, América and Chivas.
Mikel Arriola, is the president of Liga MX; He was previously head of the IMSS and a candidate for the head of government of Mexico City.
The Mexican Soccer Team was eliminated from the World Cup Qatar 2022despite winning 2-1 over Saudi Arabia.
For more than 50 minutes, the Mexican team needed just one more goal to achieve the goal, after goals from Henry Martín at 47′ and Luis Chávez at 53′.
The illusion ended on 90+5′, when Salem Al-Dawsari discounted for the Saudis.
Mexico suffered their first group stage elimination since United States 1994.