Wednesday February 28 2018
Bordalas: Depor 'most difficult game'

Getafe Coach Jose Bordalas believes his side’s clash with Deportivo La Coruna on Wednesday will be their ‘toughest match of the season’.

Depor lie two points and two places from safety, while Getafe are flying this season – a win would lift them into 8th position in the standings.

“It will be the most complicated match of the season for us,” Bordalas told his pre-match press conference.

Tuesday February 13 2018
Bordalas hails 'astonishing' Getafe

Getafe Coach Jose Bordalas has praised the ‘astonishing’ work of his side to secure a point away to Barcelona on Sunday.

Los Azulones successfully ensured Barca failed to score in the league for the first time this season and for the first time at Camp Nou since November 2016.

“It was a massive game for us, our work in defensive positions was astonishing,”

Friday February 9 2018
Bordalas: Getafe must stick to game plan

Getafe Coach Jose Bordalas has highlighted the importance of his players working to a strict game plan against Barcelona on Sunday.

Los Azulones were unfortunate to lose 2-1 at home to the Catalan giants earlier in the campaign, after leading at the break through Gabu Shibasaki’s memorable strike.

“When playing teams of Barcelona’s calibre, you must have a clear idea on your gameplan,” Bordalas told El Partidazo de Cope.

Friday September 8 2017
Leganes-Getafe clash 'will be historic'

Getafe Coach Jose Bordelas believes his side’s first ever top flight derby match against Leganes on Friday night will ‘be remembered by history’.

The two southern-Madrid sides have never before clashed in La Liga, with Getafe absent from Lega’s debut campaign in the top flight last season.

Tuesday September 27 2016
Getafe appoint Bordalas

Segunda side Getafe have appointed Jose Bordalas as their new coach a day after announcing the dismissal of Juan Esnaider.

Bordalas guided Deportivo Alaves to their Segunda title win last season, but was surprisingly dismissed by the club following their promotion to be replaced by the Argentine Mauricio Pellegrino.

Getafe were relegated from the top flight on the final day of last season after a defeated to Betis, coupled with last day victories for Sporting Gijon and Rayo Vallecano, seeing them finish 19th, above only Levante.

Wednesday June 22 2016
Bordalas leaves Alaves

Jose Bordalas won’t be on the Alaves bench for their return to La Liga after it was confirmed the Coach is to leave the newly-promoted club.

Bordalas took the Basques back to the top flight for the first time in a decade after he was hired in summer 2015 but AS reports he has been dispensed with, despite his contract automatically extending for a further 12 months with promotion.

There is no word on a successor as yet as the likes of Gaiza Garitano and Paco Jemez, who had been touted, have been appointed at Deportivo La Coruna and Granada respectively.

Monday June 1 2015
Official: Franco leaves Getafe role

Getafe have announced that Pablo Franco will not be staying on as head Coach, despite leading the side to La Liga safety this season.

The 34-year-old became the top flight’s youngest trainer when he replaced Quique Sanchez Flores in February on an interim basis and guided El Geta to a 15th-place finish.

However, in a statement released by the club on Monday, Franco’s short-term deal will not be renewed, although he has been offered his previous role of B-team Coach.

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