Mexico’s manager Miguel Herrera has signed a new deal.
It will keep him at the club until after the 2018 World Cup.
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“It’s a good contract, we struck a good deal,” Herrera told the gathered media at an event in Mexico City. “We’d already come to an agreement a while ago and just needed to sign, which we did today”.
He enjoyed a successful World Cup, going out in the Round of 16 to eventual semi-finalists Holland after a much-disputed penalty.
He has already acchieved considerable success domestically, and has now set his sights on becoming the first manager since Ignacio Trelles in 1962 and 1966 to take Mexico to consecutive World Cups.