Quique Sanchez Flores, the new manager at Spanish football club Getafe has been named as Michel Gonzalez’s replacement.
Sanchez Flores, 56, has previously worked with Espanyol, Espanyol, Valencia and Atletico Madrid clubs. He left the club in 2015 citing personal reasons.
After seven defeats, he joins a club currently at the bottom of La Liga. He also managed just one draw in his eight matches under the previous coach.
“Every time I’ve been to Getafe, it has felt like I was part of the family. Sanchez Flores, who presented Wednesday’s presentation to the audience, stated that the family is currently in turmoil and that he wants to train. Xinhua reports.
The coach stated that he was not concerned about the club’s current delicate state.
“It is possible to have more difficult situations sometimes, but this club is well-organized and well-worked. The squad here is always well-planned,” he said, before vowing to be “demanding, dedicated, and to also display passion and ambition.” He concluded, “There’s plenty of time, and we are going at it,”
Gonzalez was the second coach to be fired in La Liga. Getafe has only one point out of a possible 24, with seven defeats, and a draw in eight matches during the current campaign.