6 Facts About Hugo Sanchez

1. On September 1, 2007, Hugo Sanchez inaugurated a street with his name in Puebla, central Mexico, before a thousand of the locals around there.

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2. In March 2008, Hugo Sanchez suffered poor results, including draws with Australia and Finland, and a loss at home in Queretaro against Ecuador's U-23 team.

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3. In March 2000, Hugo Sanchez became manager of UNAM, who were struggling in the league, signing a two-year deal.

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4. That year, Hugo Sanchez won his first Pichichi trophy for being the most prolific scorer in the league, scoring 26 goals.

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5. In 2009, Hugo Sanchez was named manager of UD Almeria, and helped to save the club from relegation.

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6. In 2004 Hugo Sanchez was named in the FIFA 100 list of the world's greatest living players.

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