José Saturnino Cardozo has left Jaguares de Chiapas eight games after taking charge of the club. The Paraguayan manager leaves Jaguares in last place in the league table and having dropped to penultimate in the relegation standings.
Thanks for your demonstrated professionalism, effort, and dedication. We wish you the best in your future projects.
Cardozo, 45, took charge of Jaguares at the start of the Apertura 2016 season after leaving Toluca. He managed just one win with the club, who have a 1-1-6 record with four points.
The most mentioned name to replace him is Sergio Bueno, who has previously spent two stints as coach of Chiapas.
UPDATED: Jaguares announced that Cardozo will be remaining with the club.
After a discussion between the board, the coaching staff, and the players, José Saturnino Cardozo will remain as coach.