| Luis Tena|
| Atletico Espanol|
| Luis Fernando Tena Garduno|
(1958-01-20) 20 January 1958 (age 57)
Cruz Azul (Manager, 2013–2015)
Christian Gimenez, Jose Manuel de la Torre, Jesus Corona, Sergio Bueno, Gerardo Torrado
Mexico City, Mexico
Luis Fernando Tena Wikipedia
Luis Fernando Tena Garduño (born 20 January 1958 in Mexico City) is a Mexican football coach.
He coached the Mexico U-23 national team that won the Football Gold Medal at the London 2012 Olympics.
He was the manager of Club América, the Mexico City squad that participate in Primera División (First Division). As manager, Tena has achieved two titles: Cruz Azul in 1997 and in 2000 with Morelia.
After retiring as a player, Tena began his coaching career in 1994 with Cruz Azul, a squad which he has guided on three separate occasions. Aside from stints at Cruz Azul and Morelia, Tena has coached Santos Laguna, Chiapas and Tecos UAG. His brother, Alfredo Tena, a former Club América player and manager, served as an assistant coach for Luis. On 16 March 2008 Tena was named the new coach of Monarcas Morelia, he was fired on 20 February 2009 and was later named as the Head Coach to Chiapas on 6 May 2009.
After a slow start to Primera División de México Bicentenario 2010 tournament, Tena was later let go from his head coach position from Chiapas in early January, 2010.
On 7 September 2013 Mexico's Olympic gold medal-winning coach Luis Fernando Tena took temporary control of the Mexico national football team following the departure of Jose Manuel de la Torre.
On 11 September 2013, Tena was released as Mexico national team coach.
On 10 December 2013, Tena was confirmed as the new head coach of Cruz Azul for a fourth term. He signed a contract with Cruz Azul for 18 months. On May 29, 2015 Tena was fired from Cruz AzulAs of 30 August 2016
Primera División: Invierno 1997
CONCACAF Champions League: 2013–14
Primera División: Invierno 2000
Pan American Games: 2011
CONCACAF Pre-Olympic Tournament: 2012
Toulon Tournament: 2012
Summer Olympics: 2012