When the official departure of Ronald González was known, Fedef Fútbol pointed to Nacho Ambriz as the main candidate to stay with the Costa Rican bench. The Mexican entreandor came from doing a great campaign in León, which he took out as the Liga MX champion, and it was an interesting bet.
What came next is known history, The Aztec strategist decided to reject the proposal due to salary issues and Luis Fernando Suárez was the one who ended up remaining with the position in the Sele. The numbers proposed by the Tica Federation were not even close to what the North American demanded.
Already with this opportunity dismissed, Nacho Ambriz opened his way and today it was confirmed that he will be the new coach of Huesca in the Second Division of Spain. His new club played in La Liga last season, but ended up losing the category by finishing 18th in the general table.
Meet Nacho Ambriz!
From Mexico City (1965)
Champion of the Mexican Cup and League and the Concacaf Champions League
With Javier Aguirre in LaLiga between 2002 and 2009
“Character, order and intensity” in their teams, dominating with the ball ⚽️#AmbrizNoRebla pic.twitter.com/kTvNxRqLsW
– SD Huesca (@SDHuesca)
June 28, 2021
The Mexican signed a contract for two seasons and will return to the country where he was Javier Aguierre’s technical assistant at both Osasuna and Atlético Madrid. It will be his first opportunity as head coach in the old continent, we will see if he knows how to take advantage of it or not.
“The Barça club and the coach have reached an agreement to lead the Alto Aragonese team in LaLiga SmartBank, in a relationship for two seasons. Nacho Ambriz will join the entity in the coming days, and he will do so together with his trained coaching staff by Luis Pérez, Edgar Solano Paredes and Luis Fernando Martínez Lizalde “This is how his new club presented it.