Long-serving Tigres president Alejandro Rodriguez will step down from his role this summer. He wants to spend more time with his family.
According to Record, Miguel Angel Garza will take over the position.
“Inge” has overseen the most successful period in the club’s history. During his eight-year tenure, he’s helped Tuca win four league titles, a Copa MX, and a couple of Campeon de Campeones. Sadly, despite reaching three finals, continental honors have evaded him.
Rodriguez was responsible for bringing in the players who ultimately laid the foundation for the last seven years of success, including Juninho, Damian Alvarez, and Hugo Ayala.
When he joined the club in May 2010, Tigres was in the midst of a relegation battle. In what was a remarkable turnaround, we won our first league title in almost 30 years just 18 months later.
Hir replacement, Miguel Angel Garza, has been at the club for many years as a sporting director. He will officially take the reigns on 1st June.