Cádiz dismisses its coach Álvaro Cervera and names Sergio González

Cádiz announced on Tuesday the dismissal of its coach Álvaro Cervera, after the poor run of results that kept the Andalusian team in the penultimate position of the Spanish championship.

“The Cádiz Football Club announces that this Tuesday Álvaro Cervera has ceased his duties as coach of the first team,” the Andalusian team said in a brief statement.

In this way, Cádiz dismissed the man who in four years led the Cádiz club from the Second Division B (third category of Spanish football) to the elite.

Hours later, the Cádiz club announced the hiring of Sergio González, as the president of the entity, Manuel Vizcaíno, had already advanced in the morning.

, said this Tuesday at a press conference that they have contacted the former Valladolid coach, Sergio González, with whom there is a verbal agreement to be the new coach of Cádiz.

“He is a young, capable coach with a football concept similar to Álvaro’s. It was important that there were no drastic changes,” said Vizcaíno.

Sergio signed a contract “until the end of the season with renewal for objectives,” the entity specified in its statement.

45-year-old Sergio González began training for RCD Espanyol in 2014 and in 2017 he signed for Real Valadolid, a club he trained until last June.

Cervera is the sixth coach to be dismissed in the Spanish first division this season, after the relays in Levante, Getafe, Barcelona, ​​Elche and Alavés.



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