Gregorio Manzano

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Gregorio Manzano
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Personal information
Full name Gregorio Manzano Ballesteros
Date of birth (1956-03-11) 11 March 1956 (age 61)
Place of birth Bailén, Spain
Teams managed
Years Team
1983–1985 Santisteban
1985–1986 Villacarrillo
1986–1988 Iliturgi
1988–1989 Villanueva
1989–1990 Úbeda
1990–1991 Jaén
1991–1993 Martos
1996–1998 Talavera
1998–1999 Toledo
1999–2000 Valladolid
2000–2001 Racing Santander
2001–2002 Rayo Vallecano
2002–2003 Mallorca
2003–2004 Atlético Madrid
2004–2005 Málaga
2006–2010 Mallorca
2010–2011 Sevilla
2011 Atlético Madrid
2013 Mallorca
2014–2015 Beijing Guoan
2015–2016 Shanghai Shenhua
This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Manzano and the second or maternal family name is Ballesteros.

Gregorio "Goyo" Manzano Ballesteros (born 11 March 1956) is a Spanish football manager.

Football career[edit]

Born in Bailén, Jaén, Andalusia, Manzano's training career started in 1983 at the age of 27. He took charge of several teams in his native region, including Real Jaén in the fourth division.

In 1996, Manzano signed with Talavera CF from the third level. During his two-season spell he led the Castile-La Mancha club to a second-place finish in its group (1996–97), and a narrow miss on promotion (1997–98). His good work there prompted the interest – and signing – from division two's CD Toledo,[1] which he helped retain their league status with a comfortable seventh place.

Manzano had his first La Liga experience with Real Valladolid, in 1999–2000.[2] His new club finished eighth, and the season included a 1–0 win over Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. For the following campaign, he stayed in the top flight with Racing de Santander;[3] in spite of a 4–0 home success against FC Barcelona, the Cantabrians were relegated and the coach was fired.

After helping Rayo Vallecano[4] finish 11th in 2001–02's top division, Manzano signed for RCD Mallorca.[5] Season highlights were another win at Real Madrid (5–1) and the conquest of the Copa del Rey, over Recreativo de Huelva.[6]

Subsequently, Manzano signed with Atlético Madrid,[7] nearly qualifying the side for the UEFA Cup after finishing seventh.[8] After the sacking of Iñaki Sáez as Spanish national team coach, he was rumoured to be one of his possible successors,[9] but nothing came of it, and he took charge of Málaga CF instead.[10][11]

On 15 February 2006, Manzano returned to Mallorca after Héctor Cúper's dismissal,[12] and continued to work with the Balearic Islands club in the following seasons. In 2009–10, the team won their first ten home fixtures, eventually only losing three of the 19 in the league (Sevilla FC, Barcelona and Real Madrid) and qualifying for the Europa League, as fifth.

On 19 May 2010, it was announced Mallorca would not renew Manzano's contract despite his achievements, due to financial difficulties.[13] On 26 September he returned to active, being appointed at Sevilla as a replacement for fired Antonio Álvarez.[14]

On 8 June 2011, after leading Sevilla to the fifth place, with the subsequent Europa League qualification, Manzano returned to former team Atlético Madrid after replacing Quique Sánchez Flores.[15][16] Early into 2011–12, he and José Antonio Reyes had a serious altercation which resulted in the player being relegated to the bench and sometimes not even selected for matchday squads.[17][18]

On 22 December 2011, following a 0–1 home and 1–3 aggregate loss against Albacete Balompié for the domestic cup, Manzano was relieved of his duties, as the club also ranked 10th in the domestic league.[19] On 5 February 2013 he returned to Mallorca for a third spell, following the sacking of Joaquín Caparrós,[20] as the campaign went on to end in top level relegation.

On 11 February 2014, Manzano was appointed at Beijing Guoan F.C. in the Chinese Super League.[21]

Managerial statistics[edit]

As of 30 October 2016
Managerial record by team and tenure
Team Nat From To Record
G W D L Win %
Santisteban[22] Spain 1 July 1983 30 June 1985 64 26 19 19 40.63
Villacarrillo[23] Spain 1 July 1985 30 June 1986 38 16 9 13 42.11
Iliturgi[24] Spain 1 July 1986 30 June 1988 70 31 12 27 44.29
Villanueva[25] Spain 1 July 1988 30 June 1989 40 10 12 18 25.00
Úbeda[26] Spain 1 July 1989 26 February 1990 25 9 9 7 36.00
Jaén[27] Spain 26 February 1990 30 June 1991 58 28 15 15 48.28
Martos[28] Spain 1 July 1991 30 June 1993 74 29 19 26 39.19
Talavera[29] Spain 1 July 1996 30 June 1998 94 45 25 24 47.87
Toledo[30] Spain 1 July 1998 30 June 1999 44 18 12 14 40.91
Valladolid[31] Spain 1 July 1999 30 June 2000 40 14 12 14 35.00
Racing Santander[32] Spain 5 December 2000 19 March 2001 20 7 3 10 35.00
Rayo Vallecano[33] Spain 1 October 2001 30 June 2002 39 17 10 12 43.59
Mallorca[34] Spain 1 July 2002 30 June 2003 47 19 14 14 40.43
Atlético Madrid[35] Spain 23 July 2003 25 May 2004 44 17 12 15 38.64
Málaga[36] Spain 13 June 2004 11 January 2005 20 5 3 12 25.00
Mallorca[37] Spain 15 February 2006 19 May 2010 191 78 50 63 40.84
Sevilla[38] Spain 27 September 2010 8 June 2011 48 24 7 17 50.00
Atlético Madrid[39] Spain 8 June 2011 22 December 2011 28 13 5 10 46.43
Mallorca[40] Spain 5 February 2013 5 June 2013 16 5 4 7 31.25
Beijing Guoan China 11 February 2014 26 November 2015 80 45 19 16 56.25
Shanghai Shenhua China 18 December 2015 9 November 2016 36 16 12 8 44.44
Total 1,116 472 283 361 42.29

Honours[edit]

Club[edit]

Mallorca

Individual[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Manzano, presentado en Valladolid" [Manzano, presented in Valladolid] (PDF) (in Spanish). Mundo Deportivo. 24 June 1999. Retrieved 5 April 2016. 
  3. ^ "Manzano ocupa ya el puesto de Goikoetxea" [Manzano already in place of Goikoetxea] (PDF) (in Spanish). Mundo Deportivo. 6 December 2000. Retrieved 5 April 2016. 
  4. ^ "Teresa Rivero, 'entrenadora'" [Teresa Rivero, 'coach'] (PDF) (in Spanish). Mundo Deportivo. 3 October 2001. Retrieved 5 April 2016. 
  5. ^ ""Espero devolver al club a Europa"" [“I hope to return the club to Europe”] (PDF) (in Spanish). Mundo Deportivo. 4 June 2002. Retrieved 5 April 2016. 
  6. ^ "Eto'o pone Mallorca a brindar" [Eto'o has Mallorca toasting] (in Spanish). El País. 29 June 2003. Retrieved 5 April 2016. 
  7. ^ "El Atlético presenta a Manzano por una temporada" [Atlético presents Manzano for one season] (in Spanish). El Periódico de Extremadura. 23 July 2003. Retrieved 5 April 2016. 
  8. ^ "Manzano no seguirá en el Atlético" [Manzano will not continue in Atlético] (in Spanish). El País. 25 May 2004. Retrieved 5 April 2016. 
  9. ^ Manzano: ‘Sería un orgullo dirigir la Selección’ (Manzano: ‘It would be an honour to manage the national team’); Mallorca Diario, 14 September 2007 (Spanish)
  10. ^ "Gregorio Manzano, entrenador del Málaga para las dos próximas temporadas" [Gregorio Manzano, Málaga coach for next two seasons] (in Spanish). El País. 14 June 2004. Retrieved 5 April 2016. 
  11. ^ "Manzano no se esperaba este final" [Manzano did not expect this ending] (PDF) (in Spanish). Mundo Deportivo. 13 January 2005. Retrieved 5 April 2016. 
  12. ^ "Manzano vuelve al Mallorca" [Manzano returns to Mallorca] (in Spanish). La Rioja. 15 February 2006. Retrieved 5 April 2016. 
  13. ^ Manzano se marcha porque el club no puede asumir su ficha (Manzano leaves because the club can't pay his salary); Marca, 19 May 2010 (Spanish)
  14. ^ "Sevilla sack Antonio Alvarez and appoint Gregorio Manzano". Goal.com. 27 September 2010. Retrieved 28 September 2010. 
  15. ^ Ya es oficial: Manzano es el nuevo técnico del Atlético (It's official: Manzano is new Atlético coach); Diario AS, 8 June 2011 (Spanish)
  16. ^ Manzano, nuevo entrenador del Atlético (Manzano, new Atlético coach); Marca, 8 June 2011 (Spanish)
  17. ^ "Atletico Madrid's Gregorio Manzano: There is no conflict with Jose Antonio Reyes". Goal.com. 2 November 2011. Retrieved 27 December 2011. 
  18. ^ "Atletico Madrid's Gregorio Manzano retains confidence in Jose Antonio Reyes". Goal.com. 16 December 2011. Retrieved 27 December 2011. 
  19. ^ Manzano sacked by Atletico; ESPN Star Sports, 23 December 2011
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