The Cadiz team dismissed their coach and from social networks nothing was saved
After the last defeat of the Cadiz CF on Sunday, January 9 before the Osasuna, the directors of the Cadiz club decided to execute the dismissal from the coach Alvaro Cervera. The team that led the Equatorial Guinean marches in position 19, with 2 wins, 8 draws, and 10 losses. Only 6 months are left to achieve permanence in LaLiga Santander.
The opinions after the dismissal of the Mister they are divided, since some were tired with the bad management of the African. However, others defend the coach’s position and even came to his defense. This is the case of the winger and former player of the Cadista club Luismi quezada, who wrote a lengthy message on Twitter.
Luismi Quezada thinks about the dismissal of Cervera in Cádiz
“I only have words of gratitude for you mister, because when everything was going downhill for me, you and Roberto Perera were always there helping me and supporting me in such a difficult situation. I wish you the best of luck for the future, like all Cadiz, who does not deserve to live the situation they are experiencing, because of people who only seek their own interests and not those that Cádiz and this hobby deserve. . A lot of strength to my friends and colleagues to get out of this difficult situation ”.
The winger, who is now a free agent, did not save anything regarding the bad administrative management of the Cádiz club. In his message, he defended the performance of the coach and wanted to imply that the sporting situation of Cádiz goes beyond the efforts of a coaching staff. Likewise, he expressed a message of motivation and encouragement to his former colleagues.
Cádiz and its enormous task of getting up after the dismissal of Cervera
The path of the Cadista club to save the category in these 6 months will be a very complicated task. Despite the fact that only 4 points separate them from the salvation zone, Cádiz will have to row against the current and start adding three. Given this, the sports and administrative management of the club, have already chosen Sergio González as their new coach.
The Catalan comes from being the manager of Valladolid and after a break of a few months he is ready to lead again in the first division. The new manager has a long list of pending tasks to get Cádiz out of the position where no team would like to be. His first exam will be this Saturday, January 15, against Sporting de Gijón for the round of 16 of the Copa del Rey.