Real Zaragoza have rewarded coach
Manolo Jimenez with a three-year contract after he saved them
from relegation last season, the Spanish club said in a
statement on Tuesday.
Jimenez took over from former Mexico boss Javier Aguirre at
the end of December and dragged them from the foot of the
standings to secure their top-flight status on the final day of
the campaign last month.
The former Spanish international was a player and coach at
Sevilla, where he was promoted to replace Juande Ramos in 2007,
and led AEK Athens to victory in the Greek Cup in 2011.
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