Carlos Jurado

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Jurado
Personal information
Full name Carlos Daniel Jurado Román
Date of birth (1947-06-11) 11 June 1947 (age 67)
Place of birth Florida, Uruguay
Playing position Defender
Youth career
Paysandú
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1964–1965 Paysandú
1965–1966 Peñarol
1966 Porvenir Miraflores
1966–1970 Atlético Grau
1970–1971 Universitario
1971–1972 Betis 1 (0)
1972–1975 Español San Vicente
1975–1976 Orihuela Deportiva
National team
19??–19?? Uruguay
Teams managed
1976–1978 Hércules (youth)
1978–1981 Español San Vicente
1982–1983 Hércules (youth)
1983 Sant Joan d'Alacant
1983–1985 Hércules
1985–1986 Orihuela Deportiva
1986–1987 Atlético Marte
1988–1989 Motagua
1989–1990 Torrevieja
1991–1992 El Roble
1995–1996 Motagua
2001–2002 Cienciano
2005 Cienciano
2006 Jalapa
2007 Xelajú
2007–2008 Jalapa
2008–2009 Alianza
2009–2010 Tampico Madero
2010 Melgar
2011 Xelajú
2011–2012 Cienciano
2013 Altamira
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Jurado and the second or maternal family name is Román.

Carlos Daniel Jurado Román (born 11 June 1947) is a former Uruguayan footballer and manager. He was most recently the manager of Mexican side Estudiantes de Altamira in the Ascenso MX.

Playing career[edit]

Carlos Jurado began playing in the Paysandú, the team of the city where he grew up. Later he started in C.A. Peñarol where he played the first level of Uruguay. He went to Club Universitario de Deportes, where he played the first level in Peru. His good performances led him to Europe to play for Real Betis. Just was at Betis and only played one game in La Liga. After a year idle through his compatriot Sergio Rodríguez joined the UD Español San Vicente on third level.

Coaching career[edit]

After finishing his playing career, settled in Alicante, Spain. He began training at UD Español San Vicente, then on the Hércules CF youth teams, then to GCD Sant Joan d'Alacant that was a reserve team of Hércules, and in 1983–84 season was given the opportunity to coach the first team. He made some good numbers and Hércules promotion to La Liga. After Hércules CF, began a tour of Spanish and South American teams has led him to train in 6 different countries.[1] In 2011 season he returned to where in the past Cienciano achieved success as the Clausura 2001 or Apertura 2005, or to qualify for the Copa Libertadores in 2002 for the first time in club history. On Cienciano his known as "The Old".[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alianza: Jurado, nuevo técnico albo" [Alianza: Jurado, new albo's coach] (in Spanish). elgrafico.com. 17 September 2008. Retrieved 27 May 2012. 
  2. ^ "Carlos Daniel Jurado: "Cienciano es mi casa"" [Carlos Daniel Jurado: "Cienciano is my home"] (in Spanish). peru.com. 30 August 2011. Retrieved 27 May 2012. 

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