Jorge Garcés

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Jorge Garcés
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Personal information
Full name Jorge Luis Garcés Rojas
Date of birth (1954-05-13) 13 May 1954 (age 64)
Place of birth Talca, Chile
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1973–1977 Santiago Wanderers
1975San Luis de Quillota (loan)
1976Iberia (loan)
1977–1979 Real España
1979–1980 Lota Schwager
1980–1986 Royal Franc Borains
1983–1984Rayo Vallecano (loan)
1984–1985Universidad Católica (loan)
1985–1986La Serena (loan)
1986–1987 RFC Arquennes
Teams managed
1989–1991 RFC Arquennes
1992 Provincial Osorno
1993 Everton
1994–1995 Cobreloa
1996 Deportes Temuco
1997 Puerto Montt
1998–1999 Municipal Iquique
1999–2001 Santiago Wanderers
2001 Chile (caretaker)
2002–2003 Chiapas
2004–2005 Everton
2006–2007 O'Higgins
2008 Deportes Concepción
2008 Unión Española
2010 Santiago Wanderers
2011 Ñublense
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Jorge Luis Garcés Rojas (born May 13, 1954 in Talca) is a Chilean football manager. His last team was Ñublense in the Chilean First Division.


Garcés started his managerial career in 1989 with RFC Arquennes. In 1992, he won the Primera B Championship with Provincial Osorno.

Garcés joined Santiago Wanderers in 1999, getting promotion to First Division. In 2001, the team won the First Division championship, qualifying to the Copa Libertadores.

Following the resignation of Pedro García, manager of Chile national football team in 2001, Garcés was hired by the ANFP to coach the Chilean team, getting two defeats (Brazil 2–0 Chile, Colombia 3–1 Chile) and a draw (Chile 0–0 Ecuador).

O'Higgins hired Garcés for the 2007 Clausura, finishing second in the League Table. The club also reached the semi-finals. Garcés left the team in 2007.


Provincial Osorno
Santiago Wanderers

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