Santos Laguna has announced the departure of head coach Salvador Reyes and physical trainer Luis Canay following the meeting of the Sporting Committee.
Just three hours after suffering a 2-1 loss to Pumas UNAM, Chivas de Guadalajara announced the departure of head coach José Saturnino Cardozo.
El Rebaño is in the midst of a five-game winless streak in league play, and they were also recently knocked out of the Copa MX by their arch-rivals, Club América.
After the departure of Hernán Crisante, Toluca has announced Ricardo La Volpe as their new head coach.
The Argentinian coach has a long history in Mexican soccer, and he has history with Toluca as well; this will be his second stint in charge of the Diablos Rojos – 17 years after the first.
Following Monarcas Morelia’s 3-0 loss to Querétaro on Saturday, the club announced the departure of head coach Roberto Hernández.
The michoacanos have had a poor start to the season and their loss to last-place Querétaro was the last straw; they’re currently sitting in 15th place with a 1-1-6 record and four points.
Querétaro’s dreadful start to the season has brought Rafael Puente’s tenure as head coach to a halt. The club parted ways with Puente after their 3-1 loss to Lobos BUAP, their seventh consecutive loss of the Clausura 2019 season.
After Puebla’s 1-4 loss to Necaxa on Friday, the club announced the departure of Enrique Meza as head coach in an official statement.
Pumas UNAM announced the departure of head coach David Patiño following the universitarios’ Jornada 4 loss to Pachuca.
That loss left Pumas winless in the Clausura 2019, and that poor start to the season, combined with the painful way Pumas were eliminated from last season’s playoffs, ended Patiño’s stint with the club, which had started in the Apertura 2017 season.