If you haven’t heard about liga MX jobs, you’re not alone. The league is known for its constant coaching recycling. Team officials prefer familiar faces and predictable tactics. There are still high-profile managers who have remained in their jobs for many seasons, despite this. Ricardo Ferretti is one such coach, having been with Pumas, Toluca, Morelia, and Tigres. While he reigned at Tigres for the last 11 years, he has had eighteen different jobs with 13 different clubs.
The former Columbus Crew manager Jose Cruz kept Puebla in the top division by winning the Copa MX Clausura. Another possible replacement for Jose Cruz is Jaguares coach Sergio Bueno. Other managers are considered candidates for Liga MX jobs. Liga MX often has out-of-contract managers who leave the league. This can lead to more vacant positions. This situation may call for an experienced professional with a track record.
Farfan, a former player for Chiapas USA and Chivas USA, is another example of a player’s career hopping into the MLS. Free agency was available to players from both leagues after the pacto des caballeros expired in 2018. While this uncertainty has made Liga MX clubs more cautious about splashing out on bumper contracts, the league still maintains a significant competitive edge over MLS. Players like Saucedo, Yoshimar Yotun, and Rafael Baca, for example, make more money in Mexico than in the MLS.