José Bordalas has become the new head coach of the Valencia football team. Getafe appointed José Miguel González, named Míchel, to lead the team.
José Bordalas, 57, had previously led Getafe in the Europa League and managed to reach an agreement with Getafe to leave. Bodalas succeeded Javi Garcia (Javi Garcia) as the bench, and Valencia only finished 13th in the Spanish League. The new expert agreement lasts for two quarters.
Michele succeeded Jose Bodalas on the bench for Getafe. His new contract lasts for two seasons. Between 2009 and 2011, the coach led the team to participate in 101 cutting-edge games, finishing sixth in 2010, allowing him to enter the European League. Later, he coached in Seville, Olympia Piraeus, Olympique Marseille, Málaga and UNAM Pumas in Mexico, after winning three league titles and cup titles. Left Greece.
Michel has played in the national team 66 times, won the Real Madrid championship six times, and won the UEFA Cup twice.