Luis Fernando Tena resigned his position as head coach of FC Juarez the club announced yesterday afternoon. This was not surprising at all as a change at Bravos was something that was expected as the team is in the middle of their worst slump since they became a first division franchise.

Tena’s tenure with Bravos lasted a little more than 3 months.

In that amount of times, Tena was the head coach for 10 matches. He was able to only get 2 victories, had 3 draws and suffered 5 defeats. The team scored 8 goals in favor and received 20, for the goal differential of -12. The Bravos find themselves in next to last in the general standings with 9
points.

The only team having a worse season than FC Juarez is Necaxa and they released their head coach, Jose Cruz, this morning after losing 3-1 to Leon last night.

Ironically enough FC Juarez and Necaxa will face off this coming Friday in Aguascalientes (kickoff is scheduled for 6pm) in a week 12 match.

The waiting now begins as a new head coach is expected to be named later today by the team from the Borderland.

Coaches being rumored as top candidates for the job include Alfonso Sosa, Miguel Herrera, Juan Carlos Osorio and Roberto Dante Siboldi.