Luis Miró

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Luis Miró
Personal information
Full name Luis Miró Doñate
Date of birth March 3, 1913
Place of birth Barcelona, Spain
Date of death September 15, 1991
Place of death Barcelona, Spain
Playing position Goalkeeper, manager
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1939-1943 FC Barcelona 50 (0)
Teams managed
1952-1953 Sabadell
1953-1956 Real Valladolid
1956-1958 Valencia CF
1959 Celta de Vigo
1959-1961 Sevilla FC
1961 FC Barcelona
1962-1963 Olympique de Marseille
1964-1965 A.S. Roma
1965-1966 CD Málaga
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Luis Miró Doñate (born March 3, 1913; died September 15, 1991[1]) was a Spanish footballer and coach. As a player Miró played for FC Barcelona.

He then coached several teams in Spain, such as Sabadell,[2] Valencia CF, Sevilla FC[3] and former club FC Barcelona. He had then short spells abroad with Olympique de Marseille and A.S. Roma, before coming back in Spain with CD Málaga.

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