Javier Aguirre was dismissed from his post What Technical director from Monterey Stripedand it was the club itself who confirmed it through a statement on their social networks that was published on the night of Saturday, February 26, after the Albiazul team had another defeat, this time against Atlético de San Luis on Matchday 7 of Closure 2022.
“We inform that Javier Aguirre leaves the technical direction of the Rayados first team as of this Saturday, February 26,” they wrote in the statement. The departure of “Vasco”, as the DT is also known, comes just over a year after he came to lead the Monterrey team.
It had been said that Aguirre would continue in Rayados despite the group’s early elimination in the Club World Cupbut the defeat at home of CL2022 was what triggered the dismissal.
Who could replace Javier Aguirre in Rayados?
After Javier’s departure, the number one option to replace him is Víctor Manuel Vucetich, a historic DT of the institution, who took them to their golden age from 2009 to 2013; People say that this Mexican technician would be until Decemberin case of accepting the proposal.
As we report in AmericanPost.Newswith Javier Aguirre the royal team managed to win the 2021 Concachampions against Americabut they were eliminated in the Quarterfinals of the Apertura 2021and failed in the Club World Cup after losing in the first game against Al-Ahly.
During the last game on Saturday, the fans asked for the coach to leave, shouting “Get out, Vasco!” in the stands of the Steel Giant, minutes after “El Vasco ya se va” resounded in the stands.
How much did Javier Aguirre earn with Monterrey?
Mexican Javier Aguirre, former manager of Atlético de Madrid, received a salary of three million 900 thousand dollars annually, which is equivalent to about 80 million 407 thousand Mexican pesos. Despite that, he failed to lead the Rayados team to victory.
It should be noted that with Aguirre There are already five coaches who have lost their jobs with Monterrey in the seven days of Clausura 2022: Leonardo Ramos, Marcelo Méndez, Pablo Guede, Pedro Caixinha and now, Javier Aguirre.
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