Aguirre happy Mallorca avoid relegation.

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Javier Aguirre is proud of his time with Mallorca, especially leading the islanders to safety on the Liga stage.

Javier Aguirre, 65-year-old coach, is satisfied with leading Mallorca to escape relegation twice in the last three seasons. Amid reports claiming the Islanders are about to part ways with the Mexican at the end of this season. According to a report from UFABET last Monday. 

Aguirre took over the reins for the final seven games of the 2021-2022 season, performing a miracle by leading the Islanders to avoid relegation Promotion ufabet before he helped Mallorca to a mid-table finish last season. And this season, the 65-year-old coach led the team to reach the Copa del Rey finals, until survival on the Liga stage was guaranteed after a 2-2 draw with Almeria in the last match. 

‘Right now all I’m thinking about is having a beer with my wife in the players’ lounge. And I have a nice glass of whiskey at home. I have a lot of respect for tequila. Because I’m talking to your co-worker. On my last birthday I drank too much tequila. And this is the first time in my life that I have a hangover. And I don’t want that. Tequila is punishing me right now,’ Aguirre said.

As previously reported, Jacoba Arrazate has reached an agreement with Mallorca as he prepares to leave Osasuna this summer, while Aguirre is pleased with his work towards achieving his goals with the Italians. Island especially to survive safely on the Liga stage.

‘I like what I see. The group of people I have The treatment of the media is quite respectful. I’m not a child and I understand things. I’m happy here and so is Sylvia. I don’t have anything else to think about.’

‘Beyond the results, the style and everything else, this group is a human strength, a family. You go into the dressing room and there’s a lot of love there. For the coach who is lifting the Champions League trophy, for me, I am proud to look at the players’ faces.’

The Mexican has also avoided criticizing Mallorca’s handling of the matter. Although he hinted that he would do things differently.

‘I understand the time period, the philosophy and the way of working. I have one way and I want everyone to be like that. But I understand that it doesn’t have to be like that. I don’t want anyone to misunderstand me.’

‘I am proud of what has happened to me at this club. There were two distressing survivals. But this team deserves to play in Division 1, Cup and Super Cup whether I go or not. It’s not up to me.’