Tony Adams has been appointed as the manager of La Liga strugglers, Granada for the rest of the season.
Adams was recently appointed as Sporting Director at the Spanish club but following another loss at the weekend, ex-head coach, Lucas Alcaraz was sacked.
Following stints at High Wycombe, Portsmouth, Adams spent time as coach and Sporting Director at Azerbaijan side, Gabala FC.
Granada currently sit 19th in the table but recently, Adams spoke about his ambition to set the club on a sustainable path for the future.
“Every day I’m working with the coaching staff at Granada CF, looking to the future”
“Our aim is that our squad will contain mostly Spanish players next year, whatever level the team is playing in next season.”
“I’m here to put the Spanish structure in place, with players who will belong to Granada CF and who will fight for Granada.”