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Rafael Benitez has been named as Newcastle’s new manager, following the sacking of Steve McClaren.
The former Liverpool, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Inter Milan and Valencia boss takes over with the Magpies a point from safety with 10 games left.
Spaniard Benitez, 55, has signed a three-year contract and brought in coaches Fabio Pecchia, Francisco de Miguel Moreno and Antonio Gomez Perez.
“C’mon Toon Army. The club and I need your total involvement,” he said.
Can Benitez enjoy #feelgoodfriday?
Benitez was sacked in January after seven months as Real Madrid boss.
He spent six years as Liverpool manager, winning the Champions League in 2005. He also had an interim spell with Chelsea, guiding the Blues to Europa League success in 2013.
“I have the pleasure to confirm I have committed to a legendary English club, with the massive challenge of remaining part of the Premier League,” he said.
“It will be a challenge not just for me and my staff but for the players, the club and the fans.
“All of us must push together in the same direction and with the same target in mind. This is the reason why I’m going to ask …read more
Source:: BBC UK