List Of Technicians That Javier Aguirre Pointed Out Prepared For Spain

Leganés coach Javier pointed out that there are technicians active in the Liga BBVA MX who “have shown that they have hierarchy and mentality” to undertake an adventure in Spanish football.

ESPN presents the blazons added by the technicians mentioned by the ‘Vasco’ in an interview for Futbol Picante.



Guillermo Vázquez Age: 52 years

The former containment center and current coach of Atlético de San Luis began his career as a coach in 2006 and, after 14 years on the bench, added three Liga BBVA MX finals (a title won) and one Copa MX in the same number of times in that instance for the trophy.

With Pumas he obtained the scepter of the Clausura 2011 against Morelia and lost to Tigres in the Clausura 2015, while with Cruz Azul he won the Copa MX of the Clausura 2013 and the same semester he lost to America in the fight for the league.

Nacho Ambriz Age: 55 years

The strategist from Mexico City debuted as a coach in 2003 and his career includes a seven-year stint in Spanish soccer, as an assistant for Javier Aguirre in Osasuna and Atlético de Madrid.

With Mexican clubs, his record adds the Concacaf Champions League with America in 2016 and a Copa MX trophy with Necaxa at Clausura 2018.

Miguel Herrera Age: 52 years

The current coach of America led the Mexican National Team in the 2014 Brazil World Cup, in which he was close to reaching the fifth match, and is also on the list of historical coaches of the Azulcrema club.

In different stages with the Eagles, the ‘Piojo’ has played four league finals, with a balance of two wins and two defeats, as well as one more of the MX Cup, in which he kept the title, and one more of Champions Cup that also added to his record.

Luis Fernando Tena Age: 62 years

The current Chivas coach, who began his career on the Cruz Azul bench in 1994, has in his record one of the greatest achievements of Mexico at the national team level and two Liga BBVA MX titles.

The ‘Flaco’ was at the forefront of the Mexican Under-22 team that won the Gold medal at the London 2012 Olympic Games, as well as a BBVA MX League title with the ‘Machine’ in the Winter ’97 and one more with Morelia in Winter 2000.

Victor Manuel Vucetich Age. 64 years

The ‘Rey Midas’ debuted as a coach in the First Division in 1990 and his career spans fifteen clubs and a brief stint with the Mexican National Team, prior to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

His extensive record includes five league titles, one with León, Tecos and Pachuca, respectively, and two with Monterrey. It also has an MX Cup with Tigres, Querétaro and Cruz Azul, as well as an Interliga with Rayados.

José Manuel de la Torre Age: 54 years

The 54-year-old coach began his walk on the bench with Chivas in 2006 and after 14 years of experience, divided into three clubs and the Mexican National Team, he has won three titles with clubs and one more with El Tri.

‘Chepo’ obtained his first Liga BBVA MX trophy with the Herd, in his second tournament as coach, at the Apertura 2006, and later made Toluca twice champion, at the Apertura 2008 and Bicentennial 2010. At the head of the Mexican representative he conquered the Gold Cup 2011.