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OVER the last few days Juan Carlos Osorio has watched Chelsea against Barcelona.

He has kept an eye on Javier Hernandez for West Ham at Liverpool and was invited to the Carabao Cup final between Arsenal and Manchester City to see his former player, David Ospina.

Osorio, 56, is used to having the best seat in the house.

And he will have an even better view of Germany’s opening match at the World Cup in Russia as he manages the reigning champions’ opponents, Mexico.

It has not always been nice seats high up in the stands of the world’s greatest football grounds, though.

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