|Full name||Eugenio Emilio Umanzor Andino|
|Date of birth||19 October 1973|
|Place of birth||Olanchito, Honduras|
|2013–||Lepaera San Isidro|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.|
Umanzor brought Real Juventud to the Honduran top division winning two consecutive championships, 2007-08 Apertura and 2007-08 Clausura but was replaced by Edwin Pavón in October 2008 after he left the club citing they owed him wages.
In June 2011 he took charge of second division side Parrillas One but left them after club president Luis Girón released four players without consulting Umanzor. In December 2012, Umanzor was named the new manager of Deportes Savio but he was dismissed in March 2013.
- Emilio Umanzor, de las sombras al éxito - La Prensa (Spanish)
- Edwin Pavón toma el mando del Real Juventud - La Prensa (Spanish)
- Emilio Umanzor, nuevo técnico del Parrillas One - La Prensa (Spanish)
- Emilio Umanzor renunció al Parrillas One - Fútbol de Honduras (Spanish)
- Emilio Umanzor es nombrado nuevo técnico del Deportes Savio - Diez (Spanish)
- Umanzor, separado del Deportes Savio - Diez (Spanish)
- La Liga de Ascenso estará de primera - Diez (Spanish)
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