|Full name||Jorge Alberto Ábrego Martínez|
|Date of birth||October 16, 1964|
|Place of birth||Santa Ana, El Salvador|
|2003–2004||C.D. FAS reserves|
|2006–2007||C.D. FAS (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
- 1 Playing Career
- 2 Coaching Career
- 3 Honours
- 4 References
- 5 External links
After he retired, Ábrego became a football manager.
In 2008, Ábrego signed as coach of Juventud Independiente.
Titán de Texistepeque
In 2010, Ábrego signed as new coach of Titán.
Return to UES
In October 2012, Ábrego signed as coach of UES, replacing Roberto Gamarra. In March 2013, Ábrego was replaced by assistant coach Miguel Ángel Díaz.
In February 2015, Ábrego signed as coach of Real Destroyer, replacing Jorge Calles. In June 2015, Ábrego was replaced by Jorge Calles himself.
Return to Juventud Independiente
In June 2015, Ábrego signed again as coach of Juventud Independiente.
In December 2015, Ábrego was confirmed as new assistant coach of Pasaquina for the Clausura 2016 tournament.
In September 2016, Ábrego signed as coach of Audaz, replacing René Angulo. In December 2016, Ábrego left the club.
Ábrego made his debut for El Salvador in 1984, and has earned well over 40 caps.
- Jorge Ábrego at Soccerway (in Spanish)