Valencia has sacked their head trainer Albert Celades. He had been sacked after Valencia lost 2-0 to Villarreal in La Liga on Sunday. It was Valencia’s third defeat because the league stopped. Before that, Valencia dropped this time and to Real Madrid.
Salvador Voro will trainer for the remaining matches of the year. Voro has served as an interim coach. He shot over after Ronald Koeman was ousted in 2009.
The result of the game alone is not the only reason for Celades’ dismissal. His relationship with the players deteriorated and the players did not follow his instructions properly. After losing this time, the team’s player Maxi Gomez raised questions about the XI. That’s when it became clear that the players’ relationship with the coach was deteriorating.
Celades took charge of the team on September 11 last year. After Marcelino’s sudden dismissal, he was given the job of coach. He had a good start.
Under him, Valencia advanced to the last sixteen of the Champions League. They beat Chelsea and Ajax Amsterdam. But Copa del Rey champions Valencia failed in the Super Copa de Spain held in Saudi Arabia. Only then did their bad times begin.