Relegated Villarreal has named B-team coach Julio Velazquez as its new manager less than two weeks after his predecessor died of a heart attack a day after accepting the job.
The 30-year-old Velazquez was promoted from Villarreal's third team to take charge of its B team midway through last season when the Spanish club shuffled around its coaching staff after a poor start in the top flight.
Villarreal's relegation was confirmed in the closing minutes of the final round, leading to the exit of Miguel Angel Lotina, its third coach of an injury-plagued season.
The club came to an agreement on 6 June with Manuel Preciado to replace Lotina. But the former Sporting Gijon manager died the following morning at the age of 54.
Karabukspor avoided the drop thanks to a 3-2 home win over Fenerbahce in the Super Lig while Galatasaray celebrated its title win with a closing victory over Trabzonspor.