Tuesday, September 22, 2020
Home Sports Spanish club Alavés hires coach Pablo Machín

Spanish club Alavés hires coach Pablo Machín

Spanish club Alavés hired coach Pablo Machín on a one-year contract on Wednesday.

Machín takes over following a season in which the Basque Country club finished 16th in the first division of the Spanish league, three points above the relegation zone.


The team was being managed by interim coach Juan Muñiz since Asier Garitano was fired after a poor run of results following the pandemic break.

Machín coached Espanyol last year, but was fired in December after just two months in charge.

Espanyol finished last and was relegated. The club based in Barcelona on Tuesday hired Vicente Moreno as its new coach. It had been managed by Joaquín Pérez Rufete since firing Abelardo Fernández after the break.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Driving fine shock: Hundreds of road users play games behind the wheel and risk penalties

Surveys from Rivervale Leasing have found that 30 percent of 1,000 road users surveyed find hands free games the most distracting in-car technological...

UK's Boris Johnson announces new coronavirus prevention measures: 'This is the moment we must act'

CDC updates guidance on coronavirusThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says COVID-19 can spread through the air; Dr. Janette Nesheiwat weighs in...

Hurricane Teddy brings 'very dangerous' rip currents to Atlantic beaches, coastal flooding

A large and powerful Hurricane Teddy is set to make a direct impact in Atlantic Canada, but the storm's vast size is creating...

Trump tells UN to hold China accountable for coronavirus pandemic

President Trump on Tuesday told the United Nations that it must hold China accountable for its failure to contain the coronavirus in the...

Recent Comments