(Reuters) - Javier Aguirre will remain coach of Japan through next month's Asian Cup despite being named in a match-fixing case in Spain. The Mexican was among 41 people named by Spain's anti-corruption prosecutor, who filed its case in a Valencia court on Monday following a probe into Real Zaragoza's 2-1 win at Levante on the final day of the 2010-11 campaign. The victory ensured Zaragoza, coached by Aguirre at the time, avoided relegation. The prosecutor alleges the Levante players were paid a total of 965,000 euros to deliberately lose the game. Aguirre has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing. ... Click here to read full news..