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Tony Adams’ Granada relegated from top flight

Granada have scored once in four games since Adams became manager

Tony Adams’ Granada have been relegated to the Spanish second tier after a 2-1 defeat at Real Sociedad.

Carlos Vela and Juanmi, formerly of Arsenal and Southampton respectively, scored the hosts’ goals as Granada suffered a fourth successive defeat under Adams.

Adams said on Friday he was switching focus to next season.

The 50-year-old, who took charge on 10 April, has a contract to the end of the current campaign.

However Adams has been working at the Spanish club since November and is vice president of the company owned by Granada’s club president.

Granada’s relegation ends a six-season spell in the top flight. They play Real Madrid at home in their next match on 6 May with fans having walked out of previous defeats in protest at how the club is being run.

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