Vicente Carlos Campillo

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Vicente Campillo
Personal information
Full name Vicente Carlos Campillo Candel
Date of birth (1951-04-22) 22 April 1951 (age 66)
Place of birth Santomera, Spain
Youth career
Murcia
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
Murcia B
Teams managed
1978–1979 Santomera
1979–1980 Molinense
1982–1983 Muleño
1983–1984 Torrevieja
1984–1985 Murcia B
1985–1986 Murcia
1987–1988 Córdoba
1989–1990 Orihuela Deportiva
1990–1992 Hércules
1993 Murcia
1995 Extremadura
1996–1997 Écija
1997–1998 Murcia
1999 Xerez
2000–2001 Cacereño
2002 Linares
2004 Cartagena
2006 Algeciras
2006 Orihuela
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Campillo and the second or maternal family name is Candel.

Vicente Carlos Campillo Candel (born 22 April 1951) is a retired Spanish footballer and manager.

Football career[edit]

Born in Santomera, Region of Murcia, Campillo's career as a player ended prematurely due to a knee injury. In 1984, he became manager of Real Murcia's reserves and, late into the season, as the first team had already been virtually relegated from La Liga, he replaced Eusebio Ríos at the helm of the latter, going on to achieve promotion the following campaign, as champions.[1]

Campillo was fired in early October 1986, following a 1–3 away loss against Real Betis. He was one of three coaches during that season, where the team ranked 11th after both the regular season and the second stage.[2][3]

After leaving the Estadio de La Condomina, with the exception of three incomplete spells in Segunda División (being relegated with Murcia in 1994 and Écija Balompié in 1997) Campillo worked exclusively in the lower leagues. His last job was at Orihuela CF, where he was in charge until 20 November 2006.[4][5]

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