Former Chile manager Jorge Sampaoli has promised Sevilla fans his team will play attacking football after being unveiled as their new head coach to replace Unai Emery.
Sampaoli takes up his first managerial role in Europe after signing a two-year contract with the Europa League winners and aims to continue the club's run of recent success.
The Argentine, who made his name in club football in South America, guided the Chile national team to the Copa America title last year before resigning in January.
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Jorge Sampaoli has signed a two-year contract to take charge of Europa League winners Sevilla.
Sampaoli, 56, who led Chile to the Copa America title last year only to resign in January, replaces Unai Emery in the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan dugout on a deal running to 2018.
A statement published on Sevilla's official website hailed the Argentine as "one of the most popular coaches in world football'' and backed him to give the club "fresh impetus'' to keep progressing.
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