The Canterano – José Luis Trejo
Before jumping to the first team of the Machine was in Cruz Azul Hidalgo. Trejo was as a star coach between 2000 and 2002, during which time he led the cement makers to the final of the Copa Libertadores.
El Dorado – Luis Fernando Tena
The Mexican coach has four stages with the Noria team. The second one is the second one, since he gave them the 1997 Winter Championship, the last of the institution. The last chapter, which was between 2013 and 2015, faced him as the 2012 London Olympic champion.
The Archrival – Mario Carrillo
He had already been as a technical assistant in Cruz Azul, but before reaching the celestial bench definitively in the 2003 Closing, he was in the technical direction of the Americas in the Opening 2002, joint with which he was champion in 2005.
The Champion – Pedro Caixinha
The Portuguese arrived at the Machine with experience in Mexican football, after his passage with Santos, a team with which he reached the League championship at the Clausura 2015, he managed to reach the blues.
The European – Paco Jémez
His strong letter was the experience he had in football in the Old Continent, where before leading the cement, he was with Las Palmas, Rayo Vallecano and Granada, among the most prominent.
The former player – Benjamín Galindo
He was on the court in the last championship the team has, which he achieved in Winter 1997. The ‘Maestro’ received the opportunity to lead the Machine between 2008 and 2009, during which time he played a final.
The Revelation – Memo Vázquez
He was coach of the celestial after he surprised with the title he got with Pumas in 2011. With Cruz Azul he was close to ending the drought of championships, but America denied him with a last minute goal from Moisés Muñoz and later in tanda of penalties.
The Temperamental – Tomás Boy
When he arrived at the Machine bench in 2015, he seemed without the right coach, as public opinion considered that the Ferris wheel team needed a strong character coach, but the ‘Chief’ was not close to the championship.
El Bombero – Sergio Bueno
It is a coach that is characterized by taking teams that are at the bottom of the table to get them out of the bad time, however, with the blues it was not so, because it was only in 15 matches of the Opening 2015.
The Wise – Enrique Meza
He has been four times in the Blue Cross chair, but could not add trophies to his showcase. The third stage was lived after having experience in the Mexican national team, in addition to getting three titles with Toluca; while in the last one he arrived after adding five championships, among them the South American Cup.
The Interim – Joaquín Moreno
His development as a coach has been with the cement makers, a team he has led since the Under-17. Since Clausura 2017 he has been one of the first team's assistants, so he has repeatedly taken the team on an interim basis when there is no coach.
The One – Robert Siboldi
After the departure of Benjamín Galindo at the Clausura 2019, Siboldi was in charge of directing the last day of the tournament, then returned to Cruz Azul Hidalgo.
The Lavolpista – Rubén Omar Romano
The Argentine is part of the coaches that has Ricardo La Volpe as one of his references. The style of play that Romano teams had played, led the South American to the bench of the cement.
The Unexpected – José Luis Saldívar
At the end of the third stage of Luis Fernando Tena, the board of the Noria turned to Saldívar, who had experience with Irapuato and León in the First Division.
The Experienced – Sergio Markarián
Cruz Azul meant his 20th experience as a coach. The Uruguayan arrived with experience in the selection of Paraguay, in addition to having been champion in his country, as well as in Paraguay, Peru and Chile.
The Rookie – Isaac Mizrahi
With appearances on the benches of Toluca, Morelia and Pachuca as interim, he had the responsibility of taking the Machine after the kidnapping of Rubén Omar Romano.