NEWS
Friday December 8 2017
Betis approach Juande Ramos

Real Betis have already made contact with former Coach Juande Ramos as uncertainty grows around Quique Setien’s position at the club.

Los Verdiblancos are without a win in their last six matches in a run which included a Copa Del Rey exit to Cadiz, a 5-0 defeat at Eibar and a loss at lowly Las Palmas.

Ramos, who was most recently at Malaga until December 2016, previously coached the Seville-based club in the 2001-02 season, before going on to manage city rivals Sevilla and Real Madrid, among others.

BLOG ESPANA
Wednesday January 4 2017
Romero for Ramos

With Marcelo Romero replacing Juande Ramos as Malaga Coach, Luke Taylor looks at what the change means for the Andalusians.

Juande Ramos’ departure from Malaga just before Christmas caused a fair amount of confusion amongst their fans and those of La Liga. The Andalusians’ President, Sheikh Abdullah Al Thani, took to his Twitter account to thank the 62-year-old for his work before the club had officially announced that their former Coach had left by mutual consent, in a manner befitting of Spanish football’s unorthodox ways.

NEWS
Thursday December 29 2016
Ramos explains Malaga departure

Juande Ramos has posted an open letter on his twitter account to explain why he left Malaga six months after signing a three-year contract.

The club confirmed the departure of the former Real Madrid boss on Tuesday with the subsequent announcement of his assistant manager Marcelo Romero as the new coach, following a poor run of form with only one win from their last seven – including losing both legs of their Copa Del Rey clash with Segunda side Cordoba.

NEWS
Wednesday December 28 2016
Malaga appoint Romero

Malaga have appointed Marcelo Romero as their new manager to replace the outgoing Juande Ramos, the club confirmed in a statement on Wednesday.

The Uruguayan joined the coaching staff at La Rosaleda after Javi Gracia's appointment in 2014, and he served as a number two under the now Rubin Kazan boss and also under Ramos, who's departure was confirmed on Tuesday.

NEWS
Wednesday December 28 2016
Ramos departure confirmed

Malaga have confirmed the departure of coach Juande Ramos, five days after speculation the 62-year-old had stepped down from the role.

Club president Sheikh Abdullah Ben Nasser Al Thani tweeted last Thursday he ‘respected’ the decision of the former Real Madrid coach and wishing him the best, but the club had not confirmed officially he was departing.

“The manager ceases to be leader of the first team from [Tuesday] after the signing of the agreement between both parties,” read a club statement.

NEWS
Wednesday December 28 2016
Ramos departure confirmed

Malaga have confirmed the departure of coach Juande Ramos, five days after speculation the 62-year-old had stepped down from the role.

Club president Sheikh Abdullah Ben Nasser Al Thani tweeted last Thursday he ‘respected’ the decision of the former Real Madrid coach and wishing him the best, but the club had not confirmed officially he was departing.

“The manager ceases to be leader of the first team from [Tuesday] after the signing of the agreement between both parties,” read a club statement.

NEWS
Saturday December 24 2016
Ramos Malaga exit imminent?

Juande Ramos is reportedly “hours” away from leaving Malaga after the Coach agreed to waive the remainder of his contract.

Malaga President Sheikh Abdullah Al Thani appeared to prematurely confirm Ramos’ departure via Twitter on Friday, and that tweet has since been corroborated by Marca and Diario Sur.

NEWS
Friday December 23 2016
Ramos resigns at Malaga?

The future of manager Juande Ramos at Malaga is uncertain after a tweet from the club’s owner appeared to suggest the former Real Madrid boss had resigned.

Club president Abdullah Al-Thani took to twitter to ‘thank’ Ramos for his efforts with the team and wish him good luck in the future in what appeared to be a clear statement that the 62-year-old had resigned from the role after less than six months in charge.

NEWS
Saturday November 5 2016
Ramos hails ‘necessary’ win

Juande Ramos hailed Malaga’s 3-2 win against Sporting Gijon in La Liga on Friday as the result “was necessary for peace of mind”.

Michael Santos’ goal 12 minutes from time earned Malaga their fourth win in six games, but the victory did not come without Ramos making the bold decision of bringing off Jony Rodriguez in the first half.

“This win was necessary because picking up three points gives you peace of mind,” the Coach said after the game.

NEWS
Friday November 4 2016
Ramos: Home form key for Malaga

Malaga boss Juande Ramos believes strong home form will be the key to his side’s chances of success this season.

Los Boquerones have picked up ten points from their five home league games so far this season while they have only collected two points from a possible 15 on the road.

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