The Mexican Soccer Federation (FMF) has reported that by personal decision and mutual agreementJaime Ordiales Dominguez leaves the position of director of Men’s Selections.
Ordiales complied with the transition period agreed with Yon de Luisa, president of the FMF and with Rodrigo Ares de Parga, executive director of National Teams, to face the recent commitments of the Tricolor.
The manager was in charge of the selection and presentation process of Diego Cocca as technical director of the men’s Mexican National Team, the Concacaf Under-17 Championship and the qualifying matches of the League of Nations.
The FMF thanked Ordiales for the commitment shown during the time he was in office, from July 2022after the dismissal of Gerardo Torrado.
“Our recognition for his great human quality, capacity, professionalism and dedication, and we wish him the greatest success in his new projects,” said the FMF.
Ordiales and others who have left the FMF and the Tricolor
With Jaime Ordiales, there are already seven managers and coaches who have been dismissed, resigned or terminated their contract period with the Mexican Soccer Federation and National Teams in the last year.
- Gerardo Torrado: dismissed as General Sports Director of the FMF in July 2022
- Ignacio Hierro: dismissed as Sports Director of National Teams in July 2022)
- Luis Pérez: dismissed as DT Mexican U-20 Selection in July 2022)
- Maribel Domínguez: dismissed as DT of the U-20 Women’s Mexican National Team in July 2022).
- Mónica Vergara: dismissed as DT of the Mexican Women’s National Team in August 2022).
- Gerardo ‘Tata’ Martino: fulfilled his contract with the Mexican National Team after the World Cup in Qatar.
- Yon de Luisa: will end his contract as president of the FMF in May 2023 and will not be re-elected.
Who is Jaime Ordiales?
José Jaime Ordiales Domínguez is a former soccer player, former coach and now manager of Mexican soccer.
He was a national team player in 21 games and participated in the 1998 World Cup. He retired with the Tuzos in 2002. He played as a midfielder.
Ordiales was sports director of America; vice president and coach of Necaxa, technical assistant to Víctor Manuel Vucetich in Los Gallos Blancos de Querétaro and sports president of Cruz Azul.