Ignacio Trelles

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Ignacio Trelles
Personal information
Full name Ignacio Trelles Campos
Date of birth (1916-07-31) 31 July 1916 (age 100)
Place of birth Guadalajara, Mexico
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1932–1943 Necaxa
1943–1945 América
1946–1948 Chicago Vikings
1948–1949 América
Teams managed
1950–1951 Zacatepec
1953–1954 Club Deportivo Marte
1954–1958 Zacatepec
1957 Mexico (assistant)
1958–1960 América
1960–1969 Mexico
1966–1968 Toluca
1975–1976 Mexico
1976–1982 Cruz Azul
1983–1985 Atlante F.C.
1986–1989 UDG
1990–1991 Puebla
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Ignacio "Nacho" Trelles (born 31 July 1916) is a Mexican former football player and coach. He had five tenures as coach of the Selección de fútbol de México (Mexico national team) in 106 international matches, and was in charge of the Mexico squads at FIFA World Cup tournaments: 1962[1] and 1966. He guided Mexico to their first win in a FIFA World Cup when they defeated Czechoslovakia 3–1 in the 1962 FIFA World Cup in Chile. At the 1962 FIFA World Cup, Mexico finished eleventh, which was their best ranking in a World Cup outside home soil until 2002 where they also ranked eleventh.

With professional clubs, he has coached 1083 matches, collected 463 wins, 319 draws and 301 losses. He took Cruz Azul to consecutive México Primera División (Mexico First Division) championships, 1979 and 1980; a feat the team has yet to repeat.[2] He turned 100 in July 2016.[3]

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C.D. Marte
Club Zacatepec
Club Toluca
Cruz Azul


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