MADRID - Chilean coach Manuel Pellegrini
has agreed a two-year contract extension with Malaga which ties
him until 2015, the Qatari-owned La Liga club said on Thursday.
"The Andalucian club strengthens its project for the future
showing complete confidence in the work of Pellegrini, [and
assistants] Ruben Cousillas and Jose Cabello," Malaga said in a
The 57-year-old former Villarreal and Real Madrid coach was
appointed to replace Jesualdo Ferreira in November and led the
side to 11th in the standings.
Malaga were bought by a member of the Qatari royal family at
the end of the 2009/10 campaign and have been the busiest
Spanish top-flight club in the transfer market since the end of
They have landed eight new players, including Dutch striker
Ruud van Nistelrooy, and have their eyes set on challenging for
a European qualifying berth next season.
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