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Liga MX side Club Tijuana has announced that Pareja is their new manager. Xolos finished 15th in the 2018 Apertura season, well out of the playoff places. He reunites with former FCD winger Fabian Castillo, as well as former MLS players Erick "Cubo" Torres and Miller Bolaños.
But those players may not be the last with FC Dallas ties to join Pareja at his new project. According to ESPN's Eric Gomez, Pareja is working to bring "at least" three FCD players to Tijuana.
It's official. Next step? #Xolos and Pareja are working on bringing "at least" three players from FCD over to #LigaMXeng, as well as a former FCD player and current #USMNT man. https://t.co/paWkWFwqq7— Eric Gomez (@EricGomez86) November 27, 2018
Pareja, 50, won a Supporters' Shield and U.S. Open Cup double in 2016 and posted consecutive 60-point seasons in 2015 and 2016. MLSsoccer.com's Sam Stejskal reported on Monday that US Under-20 national team manager Tab Ramos, longtime FC Dallas assistant Marco Ferruzzi and FCD academy director Luchi Gonzalez are among the candidates Dallas are considering to replace Pareja.