Former Birmingham City winger Jose Dominguez has taken over as head of Spanish side Recreativo Huelva, the Birmingham Mail have revealed.
Regarded as the oldest club in Spanish football, Dominguez takes over after Juan Manuel Pavon left the club leaving the former player with a mammoth task to complete.
Recreativo are currently third from bottom which means they will currently be getting relegated and Dominguez has 12 games left to save the club from exiting the league.
Portuguese born Dominguez retired from playing competitive football back in 2005 and he returned back to Portugal where he has served on an apprenticeship basis coaching in his hometown and at his hometown club, Real Cartagena in the Columbian Segunda Division.
Jose Dominguez spent just one season with Birmingham City but it was a very fruitful season. He played for the club in the 1995-96 season when the club gained promotion as well as winning the Football League Trophy.
The midfielder played 40 times for the Blues and scored four goals. At the end of the season, Dominguez went to play for Sporting Lisbon and later returned to English soil where he played for Tottenham Hotspur.