The 2023-24 Season will be Hernandez’s fifth season at the front office of TFC. The 39-year-old was first hired as a player-participating manager after retiring in 2019 and has spent the past two seasons with the team as vice president.
Hernandez played two of his 14-year MLS career in Toronto, helping the team win the MLS Cup, Supporters’ Shield, and the Canadian Championship. Prior to signing with TFC in 2017, Hernandez was selected sixth overall by the metro stars in the 2005 MLS Supplementary Draft and played eight seasons for the San Jose Earth Quakes. 토토
“I saw firsthand Jason’s transition from playing for TFC to joining the front office,” club president Bill Manning said in a team release. “His growth as an executive has been unusual, and he is ready for the next step in his career. Jason knows MLS very well and is respected in the league. I think his future is bright with TFC.”
The team fired coach and sports director Bob Bradley on Monday. Former Toronto general manager Ali Curtis left the club in November 2021 to serve as senior vice president of competition and operations for MLS Next Pro.