Paco Jémez Says America Could Play Champions

America is having one of its worst seasons in terms of injuries and casualties, because at the time it could well be a competitive 11 with unavailable players, missing only goalkeeper. However, this has not prevented him from being in the highest places of the General Table, in addition to continuing to fight for the Concacaf Champions League.

This competitive spirit that leads the team to overcome all adversities is an important part of the Americanist DNA, and if someone had to suffer this as a rival, it was Paco Jémez, former technical director of the Blue Cross. However, even from Spain, he has not hesitated to fill the eagles with praise, because he said that if America played in Spain, it would compete without problems for Champions League positions, reserved for the four best teams in the tournament.

“There are differences, but I don’t see infinite. A champion in Mexico, America or Monterrey is here to fight this year for Europa League, and for Champions positions. Much less differences than people imagine. ”


This only shows that America is an extremely successful team with great expectations around the world, because these words come not only from a coach who was a direct rival of the team, but also with great experience in Spanish football, which helps that other teams and managers know and come back to see the team.