Tata Martino was instructive in Rodolfo Pizarro coming to MLS

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When being interviewed this week, Rodolfo Pizarro revealed an important person in his move from Liga MX to MLS. The Inter Miami CF midfielder said that former Atlanta United manager and current Mexican National team coach Tata Martino discussed the move with him.
"I first spoke with Matias Almeyda and then with Tata Martino about joining MLS," Pizarro said. "Tata said the league was at the same level as Liga MX. 
"Many more Mexicans will come to MLS," he added. "As time goes by, more Mexican [players] want to come here. It's a fact. ...It's not about comparing Liga MX to MLS. We're not enemies. It's not about figuring out which is better and which one is worse. We have to enjoy them both." 
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Pizarro also discussed how Diego Alonso influenced his decision.
"Diego Alonso was an important factor in my decision to come to Miami," he said. "He taught me that winning — at whatever the cost — is most important. Wherever he is, he will compete and aspire to win a championship."  
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The Mexican midfielder is going to be great for Inter Miami. His style under Alonso is going to flourish, and we get to have a front-row seat.