MADRID - Levante have hired Juan Ignacio
Martinez as coach to replace Luis Garcia who rescinded his
contract this week and signed for La Liga rivals Getafe.
"The profile of Juan Ignacio Martinez is the perfect one to
lead our club," Francisco Catalan, president of the tiny
Valencia-based side said at a presentation ceremony on Friday.
A former coach of second-division sides Salamanca, Albacete
and Cartagena, Martinez, 46, is taking charge of a
first-division club for the first time.
Garcia moved to Getafe after helping Levante preserve their
top-flight status last season, their first back in Spain's
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