Dies Ignacio Trelles, icon of mexican soccer


At 103 years of age she died Ignacio Trellestechnical director to lead the Mexican in three World Cups in Sweden 1958, Chile 1962 and England 1966, and champion with teams like Mars, Toluca, Cruz Azul, and Zacatepec.

Don Nacho Trelles has been considered as one of the best coaches of Mexico in history, being ahead of his time.

He began his career as a player at Necaxa, and later passed to the Americawent to try their luck at the soccer of the united States, to Chicago, reinforced to Monterrey and finally played on the Atlas, where it fractured in the first match of the tibia and the fibula.

Someone said that he began to study to be a technician. Started in the lands of sugar cane, in the Zacatepec of the Second division, to which he ascended, went to Mars and made him champion, returned to the Zacatepec where he earned two titles which catapulted, along with the steering Guillermo Cañedo, to America.

With the Eagles only won a runner-up position.

Went to Toluca and, two more times, and was champion…Came to Blue Cross. There he earned two championships in the 80’s was the last, but not ceased to conduct up to 91, when it was with the Puebla.

Also went to the Atlantis and the University of Guadalajara.

The National Team

Are Nacho, he led five times for the National team, of those five, went to three World cups: Sweden 1958, where it won the first point of Mexico in the history of the World; in 1962, in Chile he directed what they say was the best Selection of Mexican history, and in 66 in England, where he put Antonio Carvajal to play in his fifth World cup.


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