Miguel HERRERA

Miguel Ernesto Herrera Aguirre  is a former Mexican footballer and current manager of the Mexico national football team. Born in Cuauhtepec, Hidalgo, Mexico, Herrera made his debut with Atlante in 1986. He then transferred to Santos Laguna in 1988, making 30 appearances and scoring four goals. He had another stint with Atlante in 1989, before moving to Querétaro in 1990. He once again transferred to Atlante, where he would remain until 1995, making 125 appearances and scoring nine goals. He was then sold to Toros Neza. The club would reach its first final in the "Verano '97" season, ultimately losing to Guadalajara by a score of 7–2. In 1999, Herrera returned to Atlante for one more year before he retired. A Mexican international, Herrera participated in the 1993 Copa America tournament with Mexico, winning second place. Mexico lost the final against Argentina, 2–1. In 2002, only two years after retiring, Herrera came back to coach his former club Atlante. He would remain manager for two years, but resigned in 2004 after failing to take Atlante to a final.

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