Xisco Munoz has been unveiled as the new manager of Sheffield Wednesday.
The 42-year-old has succeeded Darren Moore, whose Sheffield Wednesday departure was confirmed 21 days after he guided the membership to promotion by way of the League One play-offs.
Munoz, who’s travelling to England to finish formalities, spent 9 months accountable for Watford between 2020 and 2021 and guided the membership to promotion to the Premier League.
Since leaving Watford in October 2021, Munoz has had temporary spells accountable for Spanish second tier aspect Huesca and Cypriot first division outfit Anorthosis.
Prior to turning his hand to administration, Munoz loved an 18-year enjoying profession, representing Valencia, Real Betis and Levante in his native Spain and Dinamo Tbilisi within the Georgian high flight.
Danny Rohl, Germany’s assistant manager, was additionally thought-about and made it to the ultimate stage however was pipped to the submit by Munoz.
Sheffield Wednesday completed third in League One final season earlier than overcoming a 4-0 first-leg deficit within the play-off semi-finals towards Peterborough United to e-book their place within the last.
Wednesday beat Yorkshire rivals Barnsley at Wembley due to a 123rd minute Josh Windass winner.
Their play-off last victory means Munoz has taken cost of a Wednesday aspect who will probably be enjoying Championship soccer for the primary time because the 2020-21 season subsequent time period, following two years in League One.
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