Juan Reynoso in line for the Juárez coaching job


Mexican coach (and former player) Diego Mejía departed Juárez with dismal figures: his team managed to take just one point in the first four games of the Clausura 2024. Today, the board is searching for a new technical director who can lead the team for the rest of the season.

Reynoso sacked after 14 games with Peru

The name that appears near the top of the list of possible candidates is that of experienced Peruvian coach, a champion with Cruz Azul, Juan Reynoso. After recently being dismissed as head of Peru’s national team (he was sacked on 13 December), there is a possibility that the 54-year-old could return to Liga MX to assume the role of technical director of Los Bravos.

Although the interest in Reynoso is genuine and a preliminary survey has been carried out, so far, according to information obtained by AS México, no progress has yet been made in concrete negotiations. However, the Peruvian coach is considered a serious candidate and is on the list of possible options being studied by the club.

Reynoso has managed various different teams in Mexican soccer, including Puebla, Cruz Azul and also served as assistant coach for a couple of seasons at Necaxa. With the Cementeros, he won the Liga MX title in the 2021 Guardianes tournament after his team beat Santos Laguna 2-1 on aggregate in the final.





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