Miguel Angel Portugal leaves Delhi Dynamos, joins top level Spanish club


Miguel Angel Portugal joins top level Spanish club Granada

XtraTime Web Desk: ISL side Delhi Dynamos part ways with their Head Coach and former Real Madrid star Miguel Angel Portugal as the gaffer gets a new contract with a top tier Spanish club.

Granada reached an agreement with Miguel Ángel Portugal for the Burgos coach to take charge of the first red and white team until the end of this season, replacing the dismissed Pedro Morilla.

Portugal, born 62 years ago in Quintanilla de las Viñas (Burgos), has extensive experience in the Spanish benches, as he led San Esteban , Arandina, Real Madrid Castilla, Toledo, Cordoba, Racing Santander and Real Valladolid .

The new rojiblanco coach, who was also a player of Burgos, Real Madrid, Rayo Vallecano , Cordoba and Valladolid, among other clubs, and technical secretary of the Real Madrid club, has been committed to the team from Granada until the end of this campaign, as reported in his website the Granada.

Portugal had a disappointing season with the Dynamos, as they never found their rhythm going with his apparently inexperienced squad.

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