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Javier Aguirre resigned as Mexico national team head coach on Wednesday following El Tri's elimination from the World Cup.
Aguirre took responsibility for the 3-1 loss to Argentina, a loss that marked the fifth consecutive World Cup that Mexico was unable to win a game in the second round of the World Cup.
Aguirre replaced Sven-Goran Eriksson for his second stint as Mexico coach in April 2009 after the Mexicans struggled in the opening rounds of World Cup qualifying. Aguirre led Mexico to a second-place finish in CONCACAF and in Group A at the World Cup.
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