Míchel, former Liga MX coach, will direct Olympiacos

The last Sunday, Olympiacos dismissed its technical director, the Spanish Carlos Corberán, after five days of the 2022-2023 season of the Greek League and a former Liga MX coach would be chosen to lead the team of Marcelo and James Rodríguez.

The whole of Piraeus running fifth place with two wins, two draws and one loss, but in the Europa League he lost his first two commitments in the group stage.

Summary: Mazatlan 1-1 Toluca | Matchday 15 | BBVA MX League

It may interest you:

Dani Alves responds after rumors of possible departure from Pumas

For that reason, the Spaniard and former coach of the Pumas, Miguel González ‘Míchel’, will train the Greek club again, with whom he was already seven years ago, according to various Hellenic media and the rest of Europe.

The return of the strategist, who he won two leagues and a cup in his previous stage on the rojiblanco bench (2013 and 2015) and who also passed the group stage of the Champions League; he joins other great additions to the transfer market such as James Rodriguez and Marcelo and that precisely, they all have a madridista past.

The last experience on the coach’s bench was at the helm of Getafe in the 2021-22 season and is expected to land on Greek soil in the next few hours.

the Olympiacos, the Piraeus club, located in the port of Athens, It is one of the most important football teams in Greece. that in the last ten years they have won the League eight times and the Cup three times, a period in which they have only failed to reach the Champions League Group Stage three times.

Read Also:   'Potro' Gutiérrez will still not have a full squad against León

It may interest you:

The Liga MX teams that would look for Dani Alves after a stage with Pumas

Michel’s passage through Pumas

Before the Opening 2019, Míchel González had his first adventure as technical director of Liga MX by taking charge of the Pumas, whom directed 34 games with a balance of 13 wins, 10 draws and 11 losses, so it had an effectiveness of 48 percent.

The Article Is In Spanish🡽

Scroll to Top