The versions that would put Jaime Lozano as coach of Necaxa

Jaime Lozano, coach of the U-23 team, announced the provisional list of the team that will face the pre-Olympic match (Photo: Twitter@FMF)

Necaxa, the flagship team of Aguascalientes, remains in 14th place in Liga MX with a total of three games lost and one won, which adds up to 3 points in the table of the 12 that have been played so far.

Pablo Guede, the current coacharrived in Mexico in 2019 to lead the Monarcas Morelia group, He went to the Xolos de Tijuana and finally agreed to the Rayos team for the new season in which he has fallen short of results.

Due to the above, the board would seek to start a new stage before it is too late, so they called a star from the UNAM Pumas on the field, and the most recent Olympic medalist with the Mexican National Team, Jaime Lozano.

went through Twitter like the journalist David Medrano confirmed that Lozano and the hydrocálidos club reached an agreementso it only remains to be made official before the media and fans of the team.

Pablo Guede will leave the hydro-warm team REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
Pablo Guede will leave the hydro-warm team REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino

assured that It would be Guede who will leave the team to make way for the Jimmy as the new Technical Director of the Hidrocálidos, who urgently need to add some points to sneak into the playoffs or the four qualified.

Until now, Jaime Lozano has not given any statementnor has the announcement been made on social networks that the team could make in the next few hours, when the contract of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games medalist coach is ready and secured.

The Jimmy had been in the orbit of various teams, starting with the Rayados de Monterrey, where the management of Javier Aguirre, an experienced Mexican coach, is in danger due to poor results and the early elimination of the Club World Cup; however, it was the Rayos who convinced him with their short and long-term project.

Jaime Lozano is the current bronze medalist at the Olympic Games Photo: REUTERS/Henry Romero
Jaime Lozano is the current bronze medalist at the Olympic Games Photo: REUTERS/Henry Romero (HENRY ROMERO/)

Who is Jaime Lozano?

Jaime Arturo Lozano Espín, better known in Mexican soccer as Jimmy, He was one of the greatest legends of the National Autonomous University of Mexicowinner of a two-time championship in the Hugo Sánchez era.

Although he had his glories with the university team in the Clausura and Apertura 2004, even called to the National Team to play the Confederations Cupwas later loaned to the Tigers where he passed unnoticed for later sign with Cruz Azuland his last great participation was with the Monarcas de Morelia, reaching a final that he lost against the Pumas.

After his retirement, he decided to become Technical Director. He received his first opportunity as the coach of the Gallos Blancos de Querétarowith whom he served as Technical Assistant to Víctor Manuel Vucetich, in addition to directing the U20 team.

Despite the poor results with Querétaro, Lozano continued his career and became an Olympic medalist Photo: REUTERS/Molly Darlington
Despite the poor results with Querétaro, Lozano continued his career and became an Olympic medalist Photo: REUTERS / Molly Darlington (MOLLY DARLINGTON /)

The poor results and his subsequent dismissal did not discourage him along the way, and he was called up by the Mexican National Team to manage the lower teams. Later they entrusted him with the task of heading the pre-Olympic projectwhere he qualified for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

The games that were finally held in 2021 due to a global COVID-19 pandemic, saw a powerful Mexico go by with a head well focused on obtaining results; So, from the hand of Lozano, They were consecrated with the bronze medal.

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