|Full name||Víctor Genés|
|Date of birth||29 June 1961|
|Place of birth||Paraguay|
|Playing position||Attacking midfielder|
|1997–2000||River Plate (PY)|
|2005||12 de Octubre|
|2007–2008||3 de Febrero|
Víctor Genes (born 29 June 1961) is a retired football (soccer) attacking midfielder from Paraguay. He played professional football in Paraguay for Cerro Porteño. He is the football manager of Paraguay.
Genés made his international debut for the Paraguay national football team on 14 June 1991 in a Copa Paz de Chico match against Bolivia (0–1 win). He obtained a total number of three international caps, scoring no goals for the national side.
After he retired from playing, Genés became a football coach. He managed the Paraguay national football team during the 2001 Carlsberg Cup. He led Club Libertad to the 2003 Paraguayan Primera División title, before moving to Ecuador to manage Club Social y Deportivo Macará. He has also managed José Gálvez FBC in Peru.
- "Alicio renunció y asumió Víctor Genes" [Alicio resigned and Víctor Genes assumed] (in Spanish). ABC Digital. 11 March 2006.
- "Víctor Genes seguirá como DT de Libertad" [Víctor Genes will continue as manager of Libertad] (in Spanish). ABC Digital. 8 November 2003.
- "Llega Víctor Genes para ver jugadores para el Macará" [Víctor Genes arrives to see players for Macará] (in Spanish). ABC Digital. 12 December 2006.
- "Paraguayo Víctor Genes, nuevo DT de José Gálvez en Perú" [Paraguayan Víctor Genes, new manager of José Gálvez in Peru] (in Spanish). Terra. 20 August 2009.
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