Leo Franco has become the first coach to be dismissed from LaLiga after eight days. The Huesca, last in the table and two points of salvation, announced on Tuesday afternoon the dismissal of the Argentine coach, who had assumed the position just five months ago. The Aragonese side, facing its first season in the top division of Spanish football, has opted for a change in the bench after the team has added five points of 24 possible: a victory (in the debut against Eibar), two ties (against Athletic and Girona) and five defeats (against Barcelona, Rayo Vallecano, Real Sociedad, Atlético and Valladolid in the last match) were the baggage of Leo Franco.
"SD Huesca thanks him for the commitment and great dedication shown during all his stages in the entity and for having been part of a project he has helped to grow in. Thanks to his work, important projects have been closed, such as the creation of the The women's football team and the Genuine team will be very fortunate in their professional future, and their professionalism, camaraderie and involvement with all levels of the club is appreciated and appreciated, "the club said in a statement. has not officially named the substitute Leo Franco.
The 41-year-old Argentine joined the organization of Huesca in the summer of 2015, as soon as he put an end to his professional career after a year defending the Barça team's goal. Leo Franco spent two seasons exercising the position of Director of External Relations until last May, after confirming the promotion to First and the departure of Rubi to Espanyol, was chosen by the direction of Huesca to lead the team in its first experience in LaLiga for his extensive knowledge of the club. Five months after his arrival, five defeats and one victory have put an end to his career in Huesca.