List of Valencia CF managers

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Rafael Benítez is Valencia's most successful manager, having won two league titles and a UEFA Cup

Valencia CF has had a total of 45 coaches in its history. In their beginnings the players of the team received so much counsels of friends as of players and former players of other teams that responded to play Algirós, like were the cases of Juan Armet "Kinke" and Augustine Sancho, while the own players of the team decided who they played and their position.

The first coach was the Czechoslovakian Antonin Fivebr, who he was at the club from 1923 until 1927, and in a second stint at the club from 1929 until 1931.

The majority of coaches Valencia have had have been Spaniards. Of the 45 coaches to have managed Valencia, 25 have been Spaniards and 20 foreigners. In some cases, the Spanish coaches have been former players of the club that agreed to take charge after the sacking of the regular coach that season, as were the cases of Eduardo Cubells, Pasieguito or Manolo Mestre.

The main nationalities of the coaches of Valencia barring Spaniards have been Argentina (5 coaches), English (3) and Yugoslavian (3). The club has also had two Uruguayan coaches, two Brazilians, two Dutch an Italian, a Paraguayan, a French, and a Czechoslovakian. While the origin of the majority of the Spanish coaches have been Valencian (7) and Basque (6).

List[edit]

Information correct as of match played 15 December 2013. Only competitive matches are counted.

Name Nationality From To Matches Won Drawn Lost Win% Honours
Antonin Fivebr  Czechoslovakia 1923 1927 - - - - -
James Herriot  England 1927 1929 - - - - -
Antonin Fivebr  Czechoslovakia 1929 1931 - - - - -
Rodolfo Galloway  England 14 August 1931 30 June 1933 49 15 10 24 30.61%
Jack Greenwell  England 1 July 1933[1] 28 November 1934[2] 27 12 4 11 44.44%
Antonin Fivebr  Czechoslovakia 1934 8 November 1935 28 12 3 13 42.86%
Andrés Balsa  Spain 8 November 1935 1936 25 8 5 12 32%
Ramón Encinas Dios  Spain 1939 30 June 1942 93 52 13 28 55.91% 1 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
Leopoldo Costa "Rino"  Spain 11 July 1942 11 April 1943 26 10 7 9 38.46%
Eduardo Cubells  Spain 15 April 1943 1946 113 59 24 30 52.21% 1 La Liga
Luis Casas Pasarín  Spain 1946 1948 63 35 9 19 55.56% 1 La Liga
Jacinto Quincoces  Spain 24 June 1948[3] 30 June 1954 204 111 34 59 54.41% 2 Copa del Rey
1 Copa Eva Duarte
Carlos Iturraspe  Spain 1954 30 June 1956 67 31 10 26 46.27%
Luis Miró  Spain 1 July 1956[4] 30 December 1958 85 32 25 28 37.65%
Jacinto Quincoces  Spain 30 December 1958[5] 15 September 1959 25 13 3 9 52%
Pedro Otto Bumbel  Brazil 15 September 1959[6] 30 June 1960 35 14 6 15 40%
Domingo Balmanya  Spain 17 July 1960[7] 30 June 1962 82 36 26 20 43.9%
Alejandro Scopelli  Argentina 1 July 1962[8] 30 June 1963 52 25 8 19 48.08% 2 Fairs Cup
Bernardino Pérez "Pasieguito"  Spain 1 July 1963[9] 15 January 1964 20 8 2 10 40%
"Mundo"  Spain 15 January 1964[10] 30 June 1965 65 36 8 21 55.38%
Sabino Barinaga  Spain 1 July 1965[11] 14 May 1966 41 17 7 17 41.46%
"Mundo"  Spain 14 May 1966[12] 15 October 1968 94 47 14 33 50% 1 Copa del Rey
José Iglesias "Joseíto"  Spain 15 October 1968[13] 15 October 1969 36 10 14 12 27.78%
Enrique Buqué/Salvador Artigas  Spain 15 October 1969[14] 30 June 1970 34 19 5 10 55.88%
Alfredo Di Stéfano  Argentina 1 July 1970[15] 18 June 1974[16] 170 81 41 48 47.65% 1 La Liga
Milovan Ćirić  Yugoslavia 13 July 1974[17] 8 April 1975[18] 31 11 9 11 35.48%
Dragoljub Milošević  Yugoslavia 11 April 1975[19] 21 September 1975 10 4 0 6 40%
Manolo Mestre  Spain 21 September 1975[20] 30 June 1976 35 13 9 13 37.14%
Heriberto Herrera  Paraguay 1 July 1976[21] 22 February 1977[22] 27 13 6 8 48.15%
Manolo Mestre  Spain 22 February 1977[23] 30 June 1977 15 5 5 5 33.33%
Marcel Domingo  France 1 July 1977[24] 27 March 1979 82 38 16 28 46.34%
Bernardino Pérez "Pasieguito"  Spain 27 March 1979[25] 30 June 1979 15 9 2 4 60% 1 Copa del Rey
Alfredo Di Stéfano  Argentina 1 July 1979[26] 30 June 1980 45 20 10 15 44.44% 1 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup
Bernardino Pérez "Pasieguito"  Spain 1 July 1980[27] 4 January 1982 68 34 12 22 50% 1 UEFA Super Cup
Manolo Mestre  Spain 4 January 1982[28] 1 November 1982 32 12 7 13 37.5%
Miljan Miljanić  Yugoslavia 1 November 1982[29] 9 March 1983 24 6 6 12 25%
Koldo Aguirre  Spain 9 March 1983[30] 30 June 1983 10 3 3 4 30%
Francisco García "Paquito"  Spain 1 July 1983[31] 10 February 1984 30 10 7 13 33.33%
Roberto Gil  Spain 10 February 1984[32] 27 May 1985 60 22 20 18 36.67%
Óscar Rubén Valdez  Argentina 27 May 1985[33] 28 January 1986 30 10 8 12 33.33%
Alfredo Di Stéfano  Argentina 29 January 1986[34] 22 March 1988 88 35 23 30 39.77%
Roberto Gil  Spain 22 March 1988[35] 30 June 1988 9 2 5 2 22.22%
Víctor Espárrago  Uruguay 1 July 1988[36] 30 June 1991 134 61 42 31 45.52%
Guus Hiddink  Netherlands 1 July 1991[37] 15 November 1993 109 55 24 30 50.46%
Francisco Real  Spain 15 November 1993[38] 15 December 1993 4 1 1 2 25%
Héctor Núñez  Uruguay 15 December 1993[39] 10 March 1994 14 3 5 6 21.43%
José Manuel Rielo  Spain 10 March 1994[40] 24 March 1994 2 2 0 0 100%
Guus Hiddink  Netherlands 24 March 1994[41] 30 June 1994 9 3 4 2 33.33%
Carlos Alberto Parreira  Brazil 1 August 1994[42] 5 June 1995 45 17 13 15 37.78%
José Manuel Rielo  Spain 5 June 1995[43] 30 June 1995 4 2 1 1 50%
Luis Aragonés  Spain 3 July 1995[44] 14 November 1996 68 37 12 19 54.41%
José Manuel Rielo  Spain 14 November 1996[45] 22 November 1996 2 1 1 0 50%
Jorge Valdano  Argentina 22 November 1996[46] 15 September 1997 37 11 11 15 29.73%
Claudio Ranieri  Italy 20 September 1997[47] 30 June 1999 96 50 18 28 52.08% 1 Copa del Rey
1 UEFA Intertoto Cup
Héctor Cúper  Argentina 1 July 1999[48] 30 June 2001 120 59 30 31 49.17% 1 Supercopa de España
Rafael Benítez  Spain 1 July 2001[49] 30 June 2004 163 87 43 33 53.37% 2 La Liga
1 UEFA Cup
Claudio Ranieri  Italy 8 July 2004[50] 25 February 2005 36 15 12 9 41.67% 1 UEFA Super Cup
Antonio López  Spain 25 February 2005[51] 30 June 2005 14 4 8 2 28.57%
Quique Sánchez Flores  Spain 1 July 2005[52] 29 October 2007 110 57 24 29 51.82%
Óscar Fernández  Spain 29 October 2007[53] 2 November 2007 1 0 0 1 0%
Ronald Koeman  Netherlands 2 November 2007[54] 21 April 2008 34 11 9 14 32.35% 1 Copa del Rey
Salvador González "Voro"  Spain 21 April 2008[55] 30 June 2008 5 4 0 1 80%
Unai Emery  Spain 1 July 2008[56] 30 June 2012 110 54 31 25 49.09%
Mauricio Pellegrino  Argentina 1 July 2012[57] 1 December 2012 21 10 4 7 47.62%
Ernesto Valverde  Spain 3 December 2012[58] 1 June 2013 31 17 7 7 54.84%
Miroslav Dukic  Serbia 4 June 2013 16 December 2013 23 11 3 9 47.83%

Nationalities[edit]

  • Valencian Community Valencian Community (7): Leopoldo Costa Rino, Eduardo Cubells, Manolo Mestre, Roberto Gil, Paco Real, Jose Manuel Rielo and Óscar Fernandez.
  • Basque Country (autonomous community) Basque Country (7): Jacinto Quincoces, Carlos Iturraspe, Bernardino Pérez "Pasieguito", Edmundo Suárez "Mundo", Sabino Barinaga, "Koldo" Aguirre and Unai Emery.
  • Catalonia Catalonia (4): Luis Miró, Domingo Balmanya, Salvador Artigas and Enrique Buqué.
  • Community of Madrid Madrid (3): Luis Aragonés, Rafael Benítez and Quique Sánchez Flores.
  • Galicia (Spain) Galicia (3): Andrés Balsa, Ramón Encinas Dios and Luis Casas Pasarín.
  • Andalusia Andalusia (1): Antonio López.
  • Castile and León Castile and León (1): José Iglesias Joseíto.
  • Asturias Asturias (1): Francisco García "Paquito".
  • Argentina Argentina (5) Alejandro Scapelli, Alfredo Di Stéfano, Óscar Rubén Valdez, Jorge Valdano and Héctor Cúper.
  • England England (3): James Herriot, Rodolfo Galloway and Jack Greenwell.
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia (3): Milovan Ciric, Dragoljub Milosevic and Miljan Miljanic.
  • Brazil Brazil (2): Pedro Otto Bumbel and Carlos Alberto Parreira.
  • Uruguay Uruguay (2): Víctor Espárrago and Héctor Nuñez.
  • Netherlands Netherlands (2): Guus Hiddink and Ronald Koeman.
  • Paraguay Paraguay (1): Heriberto Herrea.
  • Czech Republic Czech Republic (1): Anton Fivber.
  • France France (1): Marcel Domingo.
  • Italy Italy (1): Claudio Ranieri.
  • Serbia Serbia (1): Miroslav Dukic.

Records[edit]

Most games in all official competitions[edit]

  1. Argentina Alfredo Di Stéfano: 303
  2. Spain Jacinto Quincoces: 229
  3. Spain Rafael Benítez: 163
  4. Spain Mundo

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