Viva El Piojo: How the fiery Herrera has revived once-rudderless Mexico

“Mexico’s national soccer team trains in a modern facility in a neighborhood where the vast sprawl of Mexico City begins to fade southward into the mountains of the state of Morelos. The setting is almost idyllic: golf carts, low-slung country-club architecture, wide soccer fields landscaped into the hills. Were it not for the hovering smog and the bare cinder-block apartments rising behind high fences, you could mistake this for Tucson. Miguel Herrera eases up to the complex’s gate in a black coupe with a 10‑cylinder engine.” SI

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