The Sevillian still does not have the professional title to train the subsidiary grana and will have to apply in the repechage this month to be able to count on him
Manolo Molina chose David Sánchez as the new coach of Imperial 2021-22 several weeks ago, but Real Murcia will not be able to make his appointment official until next July 26, when the Sevillian coach has in his hand the official title that accredits him as Level 3 coach or technician with professional course. It is an unavoidable step if you want to sit as the maximum exponent on any bench from the Junior Division of Honor to the First Division.
The Sevillian studied in recent months the subjects necessary to obtain this degree, although he did not manage to pass them all before June 30, when the first phase of the course ended. Sánchez now has until the end of July, the date on which the first call for extraordinary recovery ends, to present the pending works and examine the subjects that he had not passed before. If he succeeds, he will have the necessary accreditation to sit on the bench of the subsidiary grana, although it will not be before next July 26, when the play-off ends. If you don’t, you will have to wait a year.
Sánchez faced the last year of preparation to win the title of professional coach in a class with forty colleagues of whom only a few have managed to pass all the subjects and the final project before June 30. One of the lucky ones is Ranko Despotovic, a former Real Murcia player who has lived in the Segura capital since he hung up his boots.
The last pending payments
It has become a custom in the last years of Tornel’s presidency that now, and thanks to the contribution of Agustín Ramos, has been repeated. And it is that the grana club has reached the end of the course with daily payrolls, which allowed it to breathe easy at the end of May, knowing that it would not have complaints from its players and former players.
After surpassing that milestone in May, Real Murcia now has to face a pending amount of about 25,000 euros from the players who had a contract in June. The club plans to pay them in the coming days, as well as the last 2,000 euros pending to the Imperial squad, which collected the back payroll at the beginning of last June.