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Thursday, July 7, 2011

Juan Pablo el Chatito y Diego Cocca en Nacion ESPN / Juan Pablo Chatito & Diego Cocca in Nacion ESPN (Santos Laguna en Pretemporada en Los Angeles) Santos Laguna in Preseason at LA



El director tecnico del Santos Laguna que hace los entrenamientos de pretemporada hacia el torneo Mexicano que viene y su jugador Juan Pablo Chatito Rodriguez pararon para platicar con David Faitelson y Adriana Monsalve en Nacion ESPN.  David Faitelson le hizo unas preguntas interesantes, de que como pensaba que este siguiento torneo le hiba a salir o, que esperaba del torneo siguente.  Diego Cocca muy respectivamente dijo y asumio la responsabilidad de que Santos tiene un plantel de equipo grande que puede afrontar la concachampions y el torneo.  Dijo que estubo muy dificil el cambio sucedido en el torneo pasado cuando asumio la directiva de Santos.  Y que su forma de trabajo se empezaria a destacar cuando tubiera mas tiempo con el equipo.  Y eso es lo que a recibido durante este tiempo, puro tiempo para enfocarse en la pretemporada.  Por su parte El Chatito le respondio a David Faitelson que la indiciplina la tienen todos, y que el mexicano no es indiciplinado pero que hay algunos que les gusta mas que otros.


English

The current coach Diego Cocca and the current player Juan Pablo Rodriguez both from Santos, stopped by to have a chat at Nacion ESPN with David Faitelson and Adriana Monsalve.  David asked some important questions, to whether Diego Cocca would be able to respond and meet the high expectancies that Santos Laguna as a club has with its followers.  He admitted that he has enough players to approach both tournaments such as the Concachampions and the regular Mexican tournament.  He also noted that it was very hard for him when he took over last year, and that all he needed was time so that everyone can see changes and his style of play, and that this trip to do the preseason has given the team all the time he needs to show that.  Juan Pablo Rodriguez was very smart at answering an intriguing question regarding the current state of the U-22 Mexican National team that was flooded with controversy these past weeks.  He said that Mexican players in nature like most other nationality players are disciplined, but some players just like to have more fun than others and thats how it becomes a problem to some players that get lured into acting or falling in acts of indiscipline.

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