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Mexican national team coaches (1990-2010)
October 19th, 2010 1:45AM

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[MAKING A LIST] Mexico has confirmed Chepo de la Torre as its new national team coach. He is the 17th coach the Tri has had in the last 20 years. Three have served twice. For the complete list ...

MEXICO COACHES (1990-2010):
1. Ignacio Trelles & 2. Manuel Lapuente, 1990-91
3. Cesar Luis Menotti, 1991–92
4. Cayetano Rodriguez (interim), 1992
5. Ricardo Ferreti (interim), 1993
6. Miguel Mejia Baron, 1993–95
7. Bora Milutinovic, 1995–97
Manuel Lapuente, 1997–2000
8. Mario Carrillo (interim), 1999
9. Gustavo Vargas (interim), 1999
10. Enrique Meza, 2000–01
11. Javier Aguirre, 2001–02
12. Ricardo la Volpe, 2002–06
13. Hugo Sanchez, 2006–08
14. Jesus Ramirez (interim), 2008
15. Sven-Goran Eriksson, 2008–09
Javier Aguirre, 2009-10
Enrique Meza (interim), 2010
16. Efrain Flores (interim), 2010
17. Chepo de la Torre, 2010-



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