Official: Escribá renews with Celta for two seasons

As As anticipated, the Valencian will continue on the bench of Balaídos. After resolving small pending details, the extension of the link with the club has been confirmed.


Fran Escribá renews with Celta for the next two seasons. The club has confirmed it on its website, after resolving the small details that were still pending, as advanced As. Thus announced the continuity of its technician: " Temperance, tranquility, knowledge, proposal and experience of Fran Escribá The Celtic RC will continue the Valencian coach will lead the team vigués the next two seasons endorsed by the aforementioned qualities and some more than convincing numbers in the final stretch of last season, which managed to solve a complicated situation to seal the permanence On his arrival, after 26 days, the RC Celta had 25 points and was in relegation places, twelve games after the celestes accumulated 41 points, four above the border of the Second ".

Escribá arrived in March to the Celta in a delicate situation to save the team from the descent and the achievement of the objective has been sufficient endorsement for its continuity. The technician met yesterday and today with the celestial leaders and the talks have been on the right track. These negotiations are about to reach a good start and in the next few hours the announcement of its renewal can be made official.

Sanctioned

The Competition Committee has sanctioned this Wednesday with two suspension matches to the coach of Real Celta de Vigo Fran Escribá, recently renewed two years, after his expulsion in the last league match against Rayo Vallecano.

The Valencian coach has been suspended under Article 120 CD. The referee Mateu Lahoz reflected in the record that Escribá addressed him "loudly and with arms raised protesting" one of his decisions.

"I can not explain it, I would like to be able to say that I said some barbarity. he's going to invent in the minutes, it's impossible to expel a coach because of that, "he said, writing in the press conference after the match.



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