Joaquín Caparrós

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Joaquín Caparrós
Joaquín Caparrós 2012.jpg
Caparrós in 2012
Personal information
Full name Joaquín de Jesús Caparrós Camino
Date of birth (1955-10-15) 15 October 1955 (age 62)
Place of birth Utrera, Spain
Height 1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)
Youth career
Real Madrid
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
Plus Ultra
Leganés
Conquense
Tarancón
Teams managed
1981–1984 San José Obrero
1984–1986 Campillo
1986–1989 Motilla
1989–1990 Castile-La Mancha
1990–1992 Gimnástico Alcázar
1992–1993 Conquense
1994–1995 Manzanares
1995–1996 Moralo
1996–1999 Recreativo
1998–2000 Andalusia
1999 Villarreal
2000–2005 Sevilla
2005–2007 Deportivo La Coruña
2007–2011 Athletic Bilbao
2011 Neuchâtel Xamax
2011–2013 Mallorca
2013–2014 Levante
2014–2015 Granada
2016–2017 Osasuna
2017 Al Ahli
2018 Sevilla (caretaker)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Joaquín de Jesús Caparrós Camino (born 15 October 1955) is a Spanish football coach, and is the current director of football of Sevilla FC.

Football career[edit]

Caparrós was born in Utrera, Province of Seville, Andalusia. After an obscure career as a player, he started coaching in his mid-20s, his first club being amateurs San José Obrero CF. The first professional spell came at local Recreativo de Huelva, which he helped reach Segunda División in the second of his three years.[1]

Caparrós was then on Villarreal CF's bench for seven games, as the Valencian Community side returned to La Liga after one year out, then led his following team, Sevilla FC, to a similar fate.

With youth products such as Carlos Marchena, José Antonio Reyes and JesuliSergio Ramos soon followed – and the future signings of Júlio Baptista, Adriano, Daniel Alves and Renato, the manager set the foundations for future domestic and European success, but was replaced by Juande Ramos before any of the actual conquests.[2]

In the summer of 2005, Caparrós moved to Deportivo de La Coruña,[3][4] being fired after a poor second season.[5] He was appointed at Athletic Bilbao afterwards,[6] beating former club Sevilla in the semi-finals of the 2008–09 edition of the Copa del Rey (4–2 aggregate) and qualifying for the UEFA Europa League as FC Barcelona won the treble.[7]

In the 2010–11 campaign, Caparrós led the Lions to the sixth position, once again qualifying to the Europa League.[8] On 7 July 2011, after his contract expired – the club also underwent a chairman change after an election – he left Athletic Bilbao, being replaced by Argentine Marcelo Bielsa.[9]

On 27 July 2011, Caparrós accepted a coaching offer from Swiss team Neuchâtel Xamax. He resigned after just five matches, following a disagreement with owner Bulat Chagaev.[10] On 3 October, RCD Mallorca vice-president Lorenzo Serra Ferrer announced that the Balearic Islands side had reached an agreement with the manager.[11]

On 4 February 2013, after a promising start of the season, with three home wins and two away draws in the first five rounds, Caparrós was relieved of his duties as Mallorca ranked second from bottom. His last game in charge was a 0–3 away loss against Real Sociedad.[12]

After finishing his debut campaign with Levante UD in the tenth position, Caparrós was given a two-year contract extension on 23 May 2014.[13] However, the following week, he left and joined fellow league club Granada CF.[14]

On 16 January 2015, as Granada ranked last in the league table and had just been ousted from the domestic cup by Sevilla (1–6 on aggregate), Caparrós was relieved of his duties.[15] He returned to work in early November of the following year, replacing sacked Enrique Martín at the helm of CA Osasuna[16] but being himself dismissed on 5 January 2017 after seven losses in as many league games.[17]

On 2 June 2017, Caparrós left Europe for the first time in his career to manage Qatari club Al Ahli SC (Doha).[18] He resigned on 27 December, citing personal reasons.[19]

Caparrós returned to Sevilla on 28 April 2018 following the dismissal of Vincenzo Montella, being appointed caretaker manager until the end of the season.[20] In May, after the signing of Pablo Machín as his successor, he was named the club's director of football.[21]

Managerial statistics[edit]

As of 19 May 2018
Managerial record by team and tenure
Team Nat From To Record Ref
G W D L GF GA GD Win %
Gimnástico Alcázar Spain 1 July 1990 30 June 1992 88 37 29 22 114 79 +35 042.05 [22]
Conquense Spain 1 July 1992 30 June 1993 44 30 8 6 87 24 +63 068.18 [23]
Manzanares Spain 1 July 1994 30 June 1995 38 15 12 11 50 42 +8 039.47 [24]
Moralo Spain 1 July 1995 30 June 1996 44 26 9 9 80 33 +47 059.09 [25]
Recreativo Spain 1 July 1996 30 June 1999 140 61 44 35 154 110 +44 043.57 [26]
Andalusia Spain 30 June 1998 1 July 2000 2 2 0 0 3 0 +3 100.00
Villarreal Spain 1 July 1999 4 October 1999 7 2 3 2 7 8 −1 028.57 [27]
Sevilla Spain 1 July 2000 3 June 2005 226 102 55 69 310 235 +75 045.13 [28]
Deportivo Spain 3 June 2005 30 June 2007 98 38 25 35 110 114 −4 038.78 [29]
Athletic Bilbao Spain 1 July 2007 7 July 2011 187 70 44 73 242 260 −18 037.43 [30]
Neuchâtel Xamax Switzerland 27 July 2011 3 September 2011 5 1 3 1 4 5 −1 020.00
Mallorca Spain 3 October 2011 4 February 2013 64 19 16 29 70 95 −25 029.69 [31]
Levante Spain 9 June 2013 27 May 2014 44 14 13 17 42 53 −11 031.82 [32]
Granada Spain 28 May 2014 16 January 2015 22 3 9 10 14 36 −22 013.64 [33]
Osasuna Spain 8 November 2016 5 January 2017 8 1 0 7 3 17 −14 012.50 [34]
Al Ahli Qatar 3 June 2017 27 December 2017 16 6 4 6 21 25 −4 037.50
Sevilla (caretaker) Spain 28 April 2018 19 May 2018 4 3 1 0 7 4 +3 075.00 [35]
Total 1,037 430 275 332 1,318 1,140 +178 041.47

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