Former Al Ahly manager makes return to Spain for new coaching job

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Former Al Ahly head coach Juan Carlos Garrido has officially returned to work in his homeland Spain after seven years of working in Africa and the Middle East in general, after he was appointed by Segunda Division club Castellon.

It all started in 2014/15, when Garrido spent the season with Al Ahly, winning the CAF Confederation Cup and the Egyptian Super Cup, however losing the league title for the first time in over 10 years was under his name as well.

Since his time in Cairo, the Spaniard managed Saudi side Al Ettifaq, Morocco’s Raja Casablanca, UAE giants Al Ain, and Etoile Du Sahel of Tunisia.

His most fruitful time was with Wydad’s arch-rivals Raja Casablanca where he won the Morrocan Throne Cup and the CAF Confederation Cup in 2017 and 2018 respectively.

Garrido has once again returned to Spanish football where he will seek to salvage CD Castellón, the team that occupies the penultimate place in the standings of the Segunda División.

The 51-year-old manager will be accompanied by Xavi Oliva and Mario Rosas as his assistants.

In addition to his experience in North Africa and Gulf countries, Garrido managed the likes of Club Brujas, Real Betis Balompié, and Club Brugge.

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