Granada CF wasted no time in finding a new coach to replace Paco López, who was dismissed yesterday, and has confirmed the signing of Alexander Medina.
The Uruguayan coach has signed with the club for the remainder of the season, with the goal of achieving the objective of remaining in the league. If he succeeds, his contract will be extended, but if he fails, he will not have the option to continue in the position.
In a statement, Granada has officially announced the arrival of the new coach, who has experience with Nacional, Talleres, Internacional, and Vélez Sarsfield, where he coached last season.
Medina’s appointment comes at a crucial time for Granada, as they look to secure their place in the league and avoid relegation. His experience and track record with other clubs make him a promising addition to the team, and fans will be hoping that he can make a positive impact in the remaining games of the season.
The decision to bring in Medina reflects the club’s determination to turn their season around and achieve their goals. His previous successes with other clubs demonstrate his ability to lead a team to success, and Granada will be counting on him to do the same for them.
It will be interesting to see how Medina adapts to his new role and the challenges that lie ahead. With the support of the club and the fans, he will have the opportunity to make a significant impact and leave his mark on Granada CF.
As the season progresses, all eyes will be on Medina and the team as they work towards securing their place in the league. His appointment brings a renewed sense of optimism and excitement to the club, and everyone will be eagerly anticipating his debut on the sidelines.