Jose Luis Oltra, who is looking for Dinamo, seems closer to a contract with CD Castellon from the Spanish second league.
Kosmins Kontra broke through with Dynamo, led by Ionels Gane from the technical bench in the match with FC Argeş Theoretically, the club from ftefan cel Mare is looking for a new coach, and the first common options are from Spain, the country from which the club’s new patronage comes.
Ja Paco Jemez, which is the most difficult word on Gazeta’s list, seems difficult to persuade to come to Romania, as it is best rated among the coaches sought by Kortacero Luke Alkarazs it seems to remain the only viable route.
That’s the circumstances in which José Luis Oltra, another option circulated to replace Cosmin Contra seems closer to the appointment of the Spanish second league team to the technical bench.
JSC journalist David Esteve announces that Jose Luis Oltra, the coach Dinamo sought by Pablo Kortacero, is close to reaching an agreement with the second league team Castellon. He emphasized that there was an oral agreement between the two parties.
Coach Kortacero, who wanted to replace Contra, was able to reach Castellon
According to the quoted source, the chair of Oscar Kano (current coach from CD Castellon) is seriously squeaking, and club officials have already discussed with two coaches: Juan Ignacio Martines and Jose Luis Altr.
At the special request of Pablo Cortacero, Oltra is also one of the names distributed to take over the Bucharest Dynamo technical bench.
However, the Spaniards say that Oltra would rather go to CD Castellon, a team that ranks 19th with only 12 points after the first 15 stages of the Segunda division.
Who is Jose Luis Oltra, the man Cortacero wanted to take to Almeria if he managed to buy a club
Jose Luis Oltra was Kortacero’s coach for his adventures in UD Almeria, which never happened again.
Oltra is an experienced 51-year-old Spanish coach who trained in La Liga and played for teams known as Levante, Tenerife, Almeria, La Coruna, Mallorca, Recreativo, Cordoba, Granada or Racing Santander.
Oltra managed to promote La Coruna from the Spanish Second League to La Liga, but also Castellon from the Third League in the second league.
In Spain, the style of play José Luis Oltram has almost 100 matches as a coach in La Liga and 329 games in the Second League.