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Quique Sánchez Flores will not continue with Sevilla next season

The club management has made the decision not to retain the coach next season, although this has not yet been communicated to the Madrid native.

Quique Sánchez Flores, during a recent press conference Manuel Gomez

Candela Vazquez

16/05/2024

Updated at 9:10 PM

Exactly the same day that the departure of Jesús Navas was announced, Sevilla FC made the decision to get rid of the current coach, Quique Sanchez Flores, for the next season. The good numbers of the Madrid coach (11 wins in 24 matches), who brought the team out of the bottom zone and gave it consistency and good results, did not help the Seville board to make a favorable decision. They don't want Quique.

As ABC has learned, Sevilla's board met on Thursday and made the decision that the coach should not continue to manage the team, although they did not communicate anything to the coach himself. They did not even sit down to discuss the matter and, quite simply, Sevilla's sports management, with Victor Orta at the helm, has made the decision to rule him out for the season. The club's management committee communicated the decision about the coach to the board of directors, but never to him. The coach will give his opinion on the matter next Friday during the classic press conference prior to the league match. A few days ago, Quique stressed the importance of “mutual persuasion” to renew his contract with the club.

The next two league games (Athletic in San Mamés and Barcelona in Nervión) will be Quique's last in charge of the Seville bench, the same case as Jesús Navas. Over the next few weeks the club led by José María del Nido Carrasco will be looking for a new coach, including Jagoba Arrasate (Osasuna), Xavi García Pimienta (Las Palmas) and Enzo Maresca (Leicester).


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