Real Zaragoza have released Fran Escribá as coach of the first team, the club said in its official media. “Real Zaragoza and Fran Escribá are ending their contractual relationship. The club would like to thank Escribá and his coaching staff for their commitment and wishes them good luck in their future professional and personal challenges,” explains the Aragonese club.
The Valencian coach stops coaching the Zaragoza team after officiating a total of 45 official games.
He arrived last season to replace Juan Carlos Carcedo due to poor results and with the aim of avoiding relegation, and now He also leaves the team due to a seemingly unsustainable streak of seven games without a win and only one win in the last eleven games.
Real Zaragoza started the season brilliantlyWith five wins in the first five days, which made them the leaders of the second division, they subsequently lost ground due to a lack of victories to twelfth place.
Real Zaragoza and Fran Escribá are ending their contractual relationship
We would like to thank Fran Escribá and his coaching team for their commitment and wish them good luck in their future professional and personal challenges.
— Real Zaragoza 🦁 (@RealZaragoza) November 20, 2023
“Escribá decided to bet on our club in a difficult time “He did impeccable work and absolute dedication during this phase,” emphasized Real Zaragoza.
Also from the club We would like to thank the coaching team consisting of David Generelo and Julen Masach for the commitment who also leave the club.