Wanted by Dinamo, Jose Luis Oltra looks closer to an agreement with the Spanish second division CD Castellon team.
Cosmin Contra broke up with Dinamo, which was led from the technical bench by Ionel Gane in the match with FC Argeş. Theoretically, the club from Ştefan cel Mare is looking for a new coach, and the first variants to circulate are from Spain, the country where the club’s new bosses come from.
If Paco Jemez, the hardest name on the list announced by Gazeta, seems hard to convince to come to Romania as he is the top rated among the coaches Cortacero wanted, Lucas Alcaraz it seems to remain the only viable track.
That in the circumstances in which Jose Luis Oltra, another variant that was circulating to replace Cosmin Contra seems closer to an appointment at the technical bench of a Spanish second division team.
AS journalist David Esteve announces that Jose Luis Oltra, the coach at Dinamo wanted by Pablo Cortacero, is about to reach an agreement with the second league team, Castellon. He stressed that there was a verbal agreement between the two parties.
The coach who wanted Cortacero instead of Contra could reach Castellon
According to the source quoted, Oscar Cano chairman (the current CD Castellon coach) is seriously peeping and club officials are already talking to two coaches: Juan Ignacio Martinez and Jose Luis Oltra.
Oltra is also one of the names to take over the Dinamo București technical bench, at the express request of Pablo Cortacero.
However, the Spaniards claim that Oltra would rather go to CD Castellon, a team that, after the first 15 stages of the Segunda Division, occupies 19th place in the rankings with only 12 points collected.
Who is José Luis Oltra, the man who wanted to bring Cortacero to Almeria if he managed to buy the club
José Luis Oltra was Cortacero’s coach for his adventure at UD Almeria, an adventure that never happened again.
Oltra is an experienced Spanish coach, aged 51, who coached in La Liga and played for teams known as Levante, Tenerife, Almeria, La Coruna, Mallorca, Recreativo, Cordoba, Granada and Racing Santander.
Oltra managed to promote La Coruna from the Spanish Second League to La Liga, but also Castellon from the Third League in the Second League.
José Luis Oltra is appreciated in Spain for his style of play and has almost 100 games as a coach in La Liga and 329 games in the Second League