Struggling La Liga club Alaves has turned to its former coach Abelardo Fernandez again in a bid to boost its chances of avoiding relegation after dispensing with Pablo Machin.

Alaves, which is 16th in the standings and two points above relegation, said on Tuesday Abelardo would take charge until the end of the season. They had announced earlier in the day that Machin had been sacked, after losing 3-1 at Cadiz on Sunday.

Abelardo, who spent the final season of his playing career at Alaves, became coach in December 2017 and successfully steered them away from the relegation zone to finish 14th.


City’s Aguero out for up to 10 days due to quarantine, says Guardiola

He led the club to finish 11th the following campaign before leaving. His last job was with Espanyol, who sacked him last June when it was facing relegation.

Machin had taken charge of Alaves at the start of the…

Source link


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here