Enrique Martín Monreal

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Enrique Martín
Personal information
Full name Enrique Martín Monreal Lizarraga
Date of birth (1956-03-09) 9 March 1956 (age 62)
Place of birth Pamplona, Spain
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position Forward
Youth career
Osasuna
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1975–1977 Osasuna B
1977–1988 Osasuna 253 (47)
1977–1978Tudelano (loan)
1978–1979Lleida (loan) 38 (15)
Total 291 (62)
National team
1982 Spain U23 1 (0)
1981 Spain B 1 (0)
1982 Spain 2 (0)
Teams managed
1990–1993 Osasuna (youth)
1993–1994 Osasuna
1994–1997 Osasuna B
1997–1999 Osasuna
1999–2001 Leganés
2001–2002 Burgos
2002–2003 Leganés
2003–2004 Terrassa
2005 Xerez
2005 Numancia
2006–2008 Osasuna B
2012 Osasuna B
2015–2016 Osasuna
2017–2018 Albacete
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Enrique Martín Monreal Lizarraga (born 9 March 1956), known as Martín, is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a forward, and is a current coach.

His professional career was intimately connected with Osasuna, as both a player and manager.

Playing career[edit]

Born in Pamplona, Navarre, Martín played his entire career with local CA Osasuna, making his professional debuts in the 1979–80 season whilst the club was in Segunda División and helping it return to La Liga after a 17-year absence.[1][2] He previously represented CD Tudelano and UE Lleida, both on loan.[3]

Subsequently, until his retirement in 1988 at the age of 32, he always competed in the top flight, his first game in the competition taking place on 7 September 1980 in a 1–0 home win against UD Las Palmas.[4] His best outputs occurred in that and the 1982–83 campaigns, when he netted seven times from 34 appearances.[5]

In May 1982, Osasuna rejected an offer of 80 million pesetas from Real Madrid.[6] Martín appeared in three games with his only team in the 1985–86 UEFA Cup, scoring in a 2–0 home triumph over Rangers in the first round (2–1 on aggregate);[7] he gained two caps for Spain, his debut coming on 27 October 1982 in a 1–0 win over Iceland for the UEFA Euro 1984 qualifiers (six minutes played in Málaga).[8]

Coaching career[edit]

Martín worked with Osasuna from 1990 to 1999, being in charge of the youth sides, the reserves and the main squad. In 1993–94, he was one of two coaches as the latter suffered top level relegation after ranking in last position.

After leaving the Rojillos, Martín coached in the second tier with CD Leganés (two spells),[9][10] Burgos CF,[11] Terrassa FC,[12] Xerez CD[13] and CD Numancia.[14] He led the second club to the 16th position out of 22 teams in the 2001–02 season, but saw it suffer administrative relegation;[15] during one of his spells with Léganes he earned noterity for racing onto the pitch to tackle a CD Badajoz player, and earned a ten-game ban.[16][17]

On 5 May 2015, after another two stints with Osasuna B (two full seasons, three games in 2011–12),[18][19][20] Martín returned to the first team, seriously threatened with relegation in the second division.[21] After managing to narrowly avoid relegation he achieved promotion to the top tier in the following campaign, through the play-offs; on 7 November 2016, however, with the side in the relegation zone, he was sacked.[22]

On 5 October 2017, Martín was named manager of Albacete Balompié in the second division.[23] The following 4 June, after avoiding relegation, he left the club.[24]

Managerial statistics[edit]

As of 27 May 2018
Managerial record by team and tenure
Team Nat From To Record Ref
G W D L GF GA GD Win %
Osasuna Spain 20 December 1993 1 July 1994 22 4 8 10 19 37 −18 018.18 [25]
Osasuna B Spain 1 July 1994 5 May 1997 118 48 34 36 134 113 +21 040.68 [26]
Osasuna Spain 5 May 1997 30 June 1999 105 40 27 38 105 104 +1 038.10 [27]
Leganés Spain 11 October 1999 30 June 2001 82 27 30 25 84 77 +7 032.93 [28]
Burgos Spain 30 June 2001 25 June 2002 43 12 16 15 31 38 −7 027.91 [29]
Leganés Spain 10 November 2002 30 June 2003 32 10 10 12 37 40 −3 031.25 [30]
Terrassa Spain 21 September 2003 30 June 2004 39 12 13 14 42 44 −2 030.77 [31]
Xerez Spain 17 January 2005 30 June 2005 22 7 10 5 19 20 −1 031.82 [32]
Numancia Spain 1 July 2005 5 December 2005 18 4 6 8 17 29 −12 022.22 [33]
Osasuna B Spain 1 July 2006 18 March 2008 67 18 20 29 49 70 −21 026.87 [34]
Osasuna B Spain 24 April 2012 30 June 2012 3 0 1 2 2 6 −4 000.00 [35]
Osasuna Spain 5 May 2015 7 November 2016 64 24 20 20 77 74 +3 037.50 [36]
Albacete Spain 5 October 2017 Present 34 10 14 10 30 31 −1 029.41 [37]
Career Total 649 216 209 224 645 683 −38 033.28

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 0–2: Osasuna arruinó las esperanzas del Alavés (0–2: Osasuna ruined Alavés' hopes); Mundo Deportivo, 19 May 1980 (in Spanish)
  2. ^ 0–1: El Murcia entonó un alirón que esperaba hace 17 años (0–1: Murcia sang victory song that had been sleeping for 17 years); Mundo Deportivo, 2 June 1980 (in Spanish)
  3. ^ Carlos Juan y Martín, refuerzos para el Lérida (Carlos Juan and Martín, additions to Lleida); Mundo Deportivo, 9 August 1978 (in Spanish)
  4. ^ 1–0: Osasuna debutó ganando (1–0: Osasuna had winning debut); Mundo Deportivo, 8 September 1980 (in Spanish)
  5. ^ En Pamplona ya lo ven más claro (They see it clearer in Pamplona); Mundo Deportivo, 11 April 1983 (in Spanish)
  6. ^ El Osasuna rechaza los 80 millones del Real Madrid (Osasuna reject Real Madrid's 80 million); El País, 12 May 1982 (in Spanish)
  7. ^ 2–0: El Euro-Osasuna dio un recital (2–0: Euro-Osasuna put on a show); Mundo Deportivo, 3 October 1985 (in Spanish)
  8. ^ 1–0: Pobre resultado para la nueva selección (1–0: Poor result for the new national team); Mundo Deportivo, 28 October 1982 (in Spanish)
  9. ^ Enrique Martín, nuevo técnico del Leganés (Enrique Martín, new manager of Leganés); El País, 8 October 1999 (in Spanish)
  10. ^ Enrique Martín vuelve a ser técnico del Leganés (Enrique Martín returns as Leganés manager); El Periódico de Extremadura, 14 November 2002 (in Spanish)
  11. ^ Enrique Martín será el entrenador (Enrique Martín will be the manager); Mundo Deportivo, 27 June 2001 (in Spanish)
  12. ^ Quique Martín firma por dos años con opción a otro (Quique Martín signs for two years with an option for another); Diario AS, 2 August 2003 (in Spanish)
  13. ^ Enrique Martín dirigirá al Xerez (Enrique Martín will manage Xerez); Mundo Deportivo, 19 January 2005 (in Spanish)
  14. ^ Enrique Martín y Lucas Alcaraz, presentados (Enrique Martín and Lucas Alcaraz, presented); Mundo Deportivo, 28 June 2005 (in Spanish)
  15. ^ El CSD no atiende la petición del Burgos (CSD rejects Burgos' petition); Mundo Deportivo, 30 July 2002 (in Spanish)
  16. ^ Martín, técnico del Leganés, frena un ataque del rival (Martín, manager of Leganés, stops an attack of the rival); El País, 1 November 1999 (in Spanish)
  17. ^ El técnico del Leganés, Enrique Martín, sancionado durante 10 partidos por quitarle el balón a un rival (Leganés manager Enrique Martín, suspended for 10 matches for taking away the ball from an opponent); El Mundo, 5 November 1999 (in Spanish)
  18. ^ Osasuna Promesas comienza el trabajo (Osasuna Promesas start working); CA Osasuna, 19 July 2006 (in Spanish)
  19. ^ Enrique Martín es destituido en Osasuna B (Enrique Martín is sacked at Osasuna B); El Correo, 20 March 2008 (in Spanish)
  20. ^ Enrique Martín Monreal sustituye en el Osasuna B a Miguel Merino por problemas de salud (Enrique Martín Monreal replaces Miguel Merino at Osasuna B due to health problems); Depor Press, 24 April 2012 (in Spanish)
  21. ^ Enrique Martín Monreal entrenará a Osasuna (Enrique Martín Monreal will manage Osasuna); CA Osasuna, 5 May 2015 (in Spanish)
  22. ^ "Enrique Martín no continuará como entrenador del Club Atlético Osasuna" [Enrique Martín will not remain as manager of Club Atlético Osasuna] (in Spanish). CA Osasuna. 7 November 2016. Retrieved 8 November 2016. 
  23. ^ "Enrique Martín, nuevo técnico del Albacete Balompié" [Enrique Martín, new manager of Albacete Balompié] (in Spanish). Albacete Balompié. 5 October 2017. Retrieved 7 October 2017. 
  24. ^ "Gracias, Enrique Martín" [Thanks, Enrique Martín] (in Spanish). Albacete Balompié. 4 June 2018. Retrieved 4 June 2018. 
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