Tag Archives: coaching change

Antonio Mohamed Returns to Monterrey

Monterrey has announced Antonio Mohamed as their new head coach, replacing Diego Alonso.

Mohamed previously coached the Rayados from 2015-2018; he led them to the league final twice, but couldn’t win them a Liga MX title – although he did win the Apertura 2017 Copa MX with Monterrey.

The Rayados have been struggling in league play this season; they’re currently sitting 14th with five wins, seven losses, and one draw, and a home loss to rivals Tigres UANL in the Clasico Regio was the last straw for Alonso’s tenure.

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Monterrey Parts Ways with Diego Alonso

Monterrey has announced the departures of Diego Alonso and his coaching staff following this weekend’s home loss to Tigres UANL in the Clásico Regio.

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Luis Fernando Tena to Coach Chivas de Guadalajara

Luis Fernando Tena has been announced as the new coach of Chivas de Guadalajara. It was thought Tomás Boy would have one last chance to turn things around in the SuperClasico this weekend, but the club elected to act before the rivalry match, dismissing Boy and announcing Tena as his replacement.

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Robert Siboldi Named Coach of Cruz Azul

Following the departure of Pedro Caixinha, Cruz Azul’s vice presidents, Víctor Garcés and Alfredo Alvarez, announced Robert Dante Siboldi as the new head coach.

After that announcement, Ricardo Peláez, the club’s sporting director, tendered his resignation, feeling that the vice presidents had usurped his authority by naming the new coach without his input.

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Alfonso Sosa Out at Atlético San Luis

Atlético San Luis has announced the departure of Alfonso Sosa and his coaching staff.

The timing has raised some eyebrows as San Luis enters the FIFA break on the back of a 0-2 away win on Saturday; the club is in 10th place overall in the table, with 11 points from seven games.

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Enrique López Zarza New Coach of Veracruz

Following the resignation of Enrique Meza, Veracruz has named Enrique López Zarza the new coach of the struggling club.

The Tiburones Rojos are in the midst of a record-setting 34-game winless streak; they haven’t won in more than a calendar year, and have gone through five coaches in that span.

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Cruz Azul Parts Ways with Pedro Caixinha

Cruz Azul has announced the departure of coach Pedro Caixinha “by mutual agreement” following La Máquina’s 1-1 draw with Chivas de Guadalajara on Saturday.

The Portuguese coach has been with the club since the Clausura 2018 season and oversaw a total of 86 games in all competitions. He had a record of 40 wins, 21 losses, and 25 draws. Under Caixinha, Cruz Azul won the Apertura 2018 Copa MX and the 2019 SuperCopa MX; they also reached the Apertura 2018 league final.

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Enrique Meza Resigns as Veracruz Coach

After falling 5-0 to Querétaro on Tuesday, Enrique Meza has tendered his resignation as head coach of Veracruz.

The beleaguered club is in the midst of a 33-game winless run, with their last league victory coming more than a year ago (a 1-0 win against Tijuana on August 25, 2018). In the current Apertura 2019 season, they have just one point from six games and have lost their last five in a row.

Meza, who took over as coach in June, was unable to right the ship. In a press conference, he said he had done everything “humanly possible” to get the Tiburones Rojos back on track.

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Juan Reynoso Announced as Puebla Coach

Puebla has named Juan Reynoso as the club’s new head coach, following the departure of José Luis Sánchez Solá earlier this week.

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Pablo Guede Named New Coach of Monarcas Morelia

Monarcas Morelia’s poor start to the season – four losses in five games – led to the departure of head coach Javier Torrente. The Argentinian lasted less than six months in charge of the michoacanos after having taken over on February 28th; he managed just two victories in the 23 games he coached across the Clausura and Apertura 2019 seasons.

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