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José Luis Trejo Montoya (born August 4, 1951 in Tepeji del Rio de Ocampo, Hidalgomarker, Mexicomarker) is a Mexicanmarker football coach,currently unemployed was recently fired from UAG Tecos.

Trejo has coached Toros de Neza, Cruz Azul,, Jaguares de Chiapas, C.F. Pachuca, UANL Tigres, Monarcas Morelia and Necaxa.

Trejo took Cruz Azul to the Copa Libertadores de América final against Boca Juniors in 2001, which made Cruz Azul the first Mexican team to reach the Libertadores final. The game ended 1-1 on aggregate, and had to be defined on penalties.

In 2006, Trejo won the Clausura 2006 with Pachuca.

One day after he won the league, Trejo signed with Tigres to be their coach for one year. This action initiated a controversy over the ethics of Tigres's management, and seriously embittered Pachuca's fans. The action fueled an ongoing rivalry between Tigres and Pachuca.

His tenure in Tigres was shady. Despite having a good record for the first few games, the team began showing lack of commitment. Soon, the record showed eight consecutive games without winning, including a 7-0 defeat against Toluca, and all the responsibility was put on Trejo's management. His last game with Tigres was against Pachuca, the very same team he had made champion a year before. After the team lost 5-0, he was fired in October 1, 2006. Trejo was not unemployed for long, as he was hired by Necaxa after manager Hugo Sánchez left to coach the Mexican national team.


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