Real Zaragoza Change Coaches Again; Victor Munoz To Replace Jose Aurelio Gay - Report

Zaragoza will reportedly employ their third coach in as many weeks as Jose Aurelio Gay is demoted from the first team and Victor Munoz returns as coach...
Real Madrid's 6-0 thrashing of Real Zaragoza on Saturday at the Santiago Bernabeu has led the top brass at Zaragoza to seek the team's third coach in as many weeks and Victor Munoz is expected to be made the official head coach later on Wednesday, reports Marca.

After a disastrous first half of the season, coach Marcelino was sacked over a week ago and Jose Aurelio Gay was promoted, the youth side coach leading the first team in their visit to the Spanish capital to face Real Madrid.

Los Blancos dominated Zaragoza and the 6-0 final scoreline was a generous outcome for the Aragonese side. Madrid dominated Zaragoza so convincingly that the club's boardroom have decided to change the direction of the club again and Gay will be demoted back to coaching the youth rank while Victor Munoz will be brought in on a contract that will reportedly last until June 30, 2010.

Munoz returns to Zaragoza after coaching the Aragonese side from 2004 to 2006.

Cyrus C. Malek, Goal.com