Celades will be the fifth "rookie" of the Lim era

Of the six coaches that Valencia has had since the Singaporean bought the club, only Marcelino treasured experience directing in the First Division.

A dead king, king placed 2 Along with the termination of Marcelino García Toral came the confirmation of Albert Celades as coach of Valencia, with which the entity ché has committed until June 30, 2021. The Catalan firm continues a dynamic which drags from the purchase of the club by Peter Lim: to hire coaches without previous experience in the Spanish First Division. Only one of the seven preparers (excluding Voro, interim) signed during the era of Singapore in Mestalla did not comply with this rule: Marcelino.

Nuno Espírito Santo (2014-2015)

He was the first coach of Peter Lim. 222222 Previous Upon arrival in the capital of Turia, the Portuguese had only taken over a team: the Portuguese River Ave, which he led for 80 meetings divided between two seasons and with which he managed to access two final coperas in his second and last year in Vila do Conde. He managed to return Valencia to the Champions League and matched the club's record points (77), but an irregular start to the 2015-16 season cost him the post: he was dismissed in November 2015 with Valencia ninth ranked after thirteen days.

Gary Neville (2015-16)

One of the most rocambolesque signings in the most recent history of LaLiga. 2 He took the reins of the team after Nuno's dismissal. Without previous experience in the benches, the only contact of the English exlateral with the job of coach was as Roy Hodgson's assistant in the English team. The decision, as the results showed, was not the right one: took nine games to get his first victory in the League (against Espanyol, in February 2016), suffering a 7-0 defeat at the Camp Nou in the semifinals Cup, and would only win two of his next six league games. He praised the ninth team and with options to move to the eighth Champions to leave it eliminated from the Europa League and fourteenth only six points down. 222222

Pako Ayestarán (2016)

He took over Valencia after Neville. He had been hired months before to join his coaching staff after 20 games in Mexico in front of Estudiantes and Santos Laguna and 38 with Maccabi Tel Aviv. He ended up saving Valencia, which finished the season in twelfth position and won its renewal until 2018. During the summer of 2016 he had to deal with the sales of Paco Alcácer and André Gomes to Barcelona, but the results ended up weighing: Valencia, which He was already dragging three losses of the previous season and four games without winning, lost the first four days of the League and was dismissed on September 20 with the club ché as last classified. 2

Cesare Prandelli (2016)

A curriculum that entrusted a resurgence of Valencia: Italian exselector between 2010 and 2014, with which he won a European runner-up, as well as almost 500 games in front of various transalpine clubs and 56 in front of the Galatasaray; Of course, not one leading to a Spanish club. In his first days at the helm of the team he said it was a dream to train in Spain, but s gave himself face to face with reality: he left office after three months and after ten games with a balance of three wins, as many draws and four losses . During his stay he criticized the lack of professionalism of the wardrobe ) and failing the management of Valencia: "This club is governed by people of number, but football is a sport that needs passion" .

Marcelino García Toral (2017-2019)

The only one on the list he directed in Primera (Villarreal, Racing de Santander, Zaragoza, Sevilla ...) before receiving the call from Peter Lim. 2 Closes his stage in Valencia with 110 games of which 56 have been wins, 29 draws and 25 losses, in addition to averaging less than one goal conceded per game. He also won two consecutive Champions League qualifications and won the last Copa del Rey, the club's first trophy in eleven years. 222222

Albert Celades (2019-?)

The experience of the former Real Madrid and Barcelona is far from being extensive: forty parties in charge of various lower categories of the National Team; In addition, he was the second coach of Fernando Hierro during the 2018 World Cup in Russia and subsequently Julen Lopetegui's assistant at Real Madrid, his last step on a professional bench. He has not directed a single minute of First Division football and faces a realtrainers crusher. 222222

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