Joan Carrillo returns to the place where he made history

The Spanish coach replaces Marko Nikolic at the head of the MOL Fehérvár, club with which he was proclaimed champion of the Hungarian First Division in 2015.


MOL Fehérvár has a new technician. The Spanish Joan Carrillo, without a team since leaving the bench of the Polish Wisla Krakow in January 2018, was introduced as the new coach of the Hungarian team, which is currently running third in the First Division of the Central European country. "We are very happy to have you on our team again," said sports director Kovács Zoltán.

“I am extremely happy to be back in Székesfehérvár,” revealed Joan Carrillo, who signs until 2021 and will live his second stage at the MOL Fehérvár. The Spanish first came to the club in 2011 as an assistant to Paulo Sousa and continued as second in the Portuguese José Gomes. After the march of the latter, Joan Carrillo took the reins of the team and led him to conquer the League and reach the Cup final in 2015.

Despite winning 75% of the matches and proclaiming himself a League champion, something that MOL Fehérvár, formerly called Videoton or MOL Vidi, has only achieved three times throughout its history, Joan Carrillo was fired. The Barcelona, who arrives in Hungary accompanied by Xevi Coll, who will work as a physical trainer, later directed UD Almería, Hajduk Split and Wisla Krakow.



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