Albert Celades would not make it to Chivas, and these are the three names that Fernando Hierro pointed out

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Chivas can’t seal the arrival of Alberto Celades, so Fernando Hierro already has the next three names on the map to replace Ricardo Cadena.

Fernando Hierro is already considering three possible Chivas coaches.
© Image 7Fernando Hierro is already considering three possible Chivas coaches.

IN Chivas Guadalajara Much of the board is working overtime to be able to lock up the next coach, and it doesn’t look like there will be one Albert Celades. Because of this, Fernando Hierro begins to think about three different technicians who could become the next helmsman of the Holy Herd.

As reported by the Holy flocknegotiations between technicians Valencia and red and white are falling, although for now they have not ruled it out because they have not received a definite no and because the problem is not economic. However, the new sports director still does not have a coach, so those who applied did José Bordalás, Luis Milla and Antonio Mohamed.

Jose Bordalás

One of Fernando Hierro’s main targets for coming to Chivas is José Bordalás as he has experience in Spanish football after managing Alavés, Getafe and Valencia. As reported by Jhon Guiñan, he has a style similar to that of Diego Simeone, i.e. intensity is not negotiated when he is the coach.

Louis Milla

As Bordalás and Celades, Ferdinand the Iron he also has another Spaniard in his portfolio. is around Louis Milla who managed only Real Zaragoza in La Liga, while at the representative level he was the helmsman Spain Under-21 national team, between 2010 and 2012, and the Indonesian national team during 2017-2018, while he is currently the coach of Indonesian League 1 side Persiba.

Anthony Mohammed

On the other hand, one of the surnames that will reappear on the list Fernando Hierro was Antonio Mohamed, who was champion in America and Rayados de Monterrey. One of the interesting points in He is Argentine because he knows Liga MX and has one of the most important clubs in national football.

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