Amaury Vergada fired Marcelo Michel Leaño from the Rebaño Sagrado, so these coaches are already being rumored as the likely replacements to be the new head coach at Chivas.
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After 3 wins, 5 ties, and 5 defeats in the Clausura 2022 Tournament, Club Deportivo Guadalajara could not take it any longer and listen to the demands of its fans.
And since the firing of the coach was something that the Rojiblanca fans and the Mexican sports media had already seen coming, names have been mentioned for a while now to replace Marcelo Michel Leaño at the helm of Chivas.
So, here is the list of the candidates to fill the position.
These are the likely replacements for Marcelo Michel Leaño at Chivas
Panama's senior national team coach Thomas Christiansen attracted the attention of the Rojiblancos during the last Concacaf World Cup Qualifiers, according to media and sources close to the club.
Despite having been defeated by Gerardo Martino's El Tri, Christiansen was widely mentioned as a candidate to replace Leaño in February of this year, however, at that time the club's board denied that possibility.
How will they see him now after firing Michel Leaño?
A rumor that just gained strength a few hours ago is that Chivas could bring in "Tuca", who, although he is currently going through a very bad moment at Bravos de Juárez, could give the club something it needs.
And that would be discipline since everyone in Mexican soccer knows that if there is a coach who is not afraid to bring order to any dressing room, it is Ricardo Ferretti.
And if there is one thing that both fans and sports analysts have mentioned, it is that the club's players need to improve their attitude. And Ferretti would surely achieve this.
Larcamón is wanted everywhere, even by El Tri, but if there was one team that the press mentioned as one of his possible destinations, it was Club Deportivo Guadalajara.
Since Puebla took over the leadership of Liga MX 2022, there were endless requests on social networks telling Chivas to hire him because he would do a better job than Marcelo Michel Leaño.
But so far there has been no approach between the club and the institution, but it is known that Club América is formally looking for him to replace the place left vacant by Santiago Solari, which is now occupied on an interim basis by his compatriot, the Argentine Fernando Ortiz.