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Unai Emery, the manager of Villareal, is named head coach of Aston Villa.

Following Steven Gerrard's departure, Unai Emery has been appointed as coach of Aston Villa.

On November 1, former arms stockpile manager Emery, who previously managed Villarreal, will take over at Manor.

Villarreal received a buyout cost of £5.2 million from the estate for the 50-year-old.

After Gerrard was let go last week following Fulham's 3-0 Chief Association defeat, Aaron Danks will take over at Newcastle at the end of the week.

Manor stated that Emery, who may have violated the agreement at Villarreal the following summer, would begin work in a week "after his work license conventions are finished."

They continued, "Aston Villa is happy to announce Unai Emery's appointment as the club's new lead trainer."

"Unai is a highly skilled, high-level coach who has supervised over 900 games." He has also recently supervised in the Chief Association with Stockpile, leading the heavy weapons specialists to a Europa Association victory.

"He has also admired outstanding achievements at Sevilla and Paris St. Germain." Before winning a Ligue 1 title in France, two French Cups, two French Association Cups, and two Trophes des Champions, he triumphed in Seville for three successive Europa Association championships between 2013 and 2016.

Emery joined Villarreal in 2020 and led the team to Europa League advancement in the 2020-21 season, defeating Manchester United.

Under Emery, the Spanish club also reached the Heroes Association semi-finals last year, but ultimately lost to Liverpool 5-2.

After Emery left his position as Munitions stockpile supervisor in November 2019, Emery signed a deal with Villarreal. He did so after failing to win seven games, which was the Heavy weapons specialists' worst run since February 1992.

He took Weapons Store to the Europa League last time while he was in north London, losing to Chelsea in 2019.

Under Danks' direction, Manor beat Brentford 4-0 on Sunday. This was only their third win in 12 Head Association games this season, and it kept them in 14th place, three points above the transfer zone.

Additionally, the club had spoken with representatives of Wearing Lisbon coach Ruben Amorin.

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