Mexico City /
Pineda, who retired as a player in this same club in 2016He celebrated his first MLS title this afternoon; said goodbye in the year that this squad would win the Final against Toronto and he was dedicated to being a television commentator, but later in 2017 he returned to the campus to be a technical assistant and in that year they fell in the duel for the title with this same rival.
Fate refused to be crowned, but finally his dream of being champion with Seattle came this Sunday, and in turn goes down in history as the fourth Mexican to lift this trophy.
The first was Jorge Campos in 1998 with Chicago Fire, then they were two players with dual citizenship, Jorge Villafana and Herculez Gomez; the first in 2015 with Portland Timbers and the second in 2005 with the Galaxy and in 2016 with Seattle.
Pineda, former player of Pumas He opted to go to MLS in 2014, without imagining that five years later he would be given the title but from the coaching staff.
Gonzo was the only Mexican present in the final of the 2019 season of the MLS and was able to win the trophy.