Expatriate football managers in Ecuador

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  1. Manuel Pellegrini

    Manuel Pellegrini


    Manuel Luis Pellegrini Ripamonti (born 16 September 1953) is a Chilean professional football manager and former footballer, who is the manager of Premier League side Manchester City. As a coach, he has managed teams mostly in Spain, Argentina, Chile and Ecuador. A qualified civil engineer and former footballer, after retiring as a player, he moved into coaching in his native Chile and subsequently Argentina. Pellegrini has won national leagues in four different countries.

  2. Sócrates



    Sócrates Brasileiro Sampaio de Souza Vieira de Oliveira, MD (19 February 1954 – 4 December 2011), simply known as Sócrates, was a Brazilian footballer who played as an attacking midfielder. His doctorate in medicine and his political awareness earned him the nickname "Doctor Socrates".

  3. Luis Cubilla

    Luis Cubilla


    Luis Alberto Cubilla Almeida (28 March 1940 – 3 March 2013) was a Uruguayan football player and coach. He had a successful playing career winning 16 major titles. He then went on to become one of the most successful managers in South American football with 17 major titles.

  4. Jorge Fossati

    Jorge Fossati


    Jorge Daniel Fossati Lurachi (born 22 November 1952 in Montevideo) is a former Uruguayan footballer and coach who currently manages Qatari club Al Rayyan. He was played as a goalkeeper, mainly in Peñarol. While playing at Peñarol, he helped the club win five league titles. He also had spells in Argentina with Independiente and Rosario Central, in Chile with Green Cross Temuco (currently Deportes Temuco) and with Brazilian team Coritiba.

  5. Juan López Fontana

    Juan López Fontana


    Juan López Fontana (15 March 1908 - 4 October 1983) was a Uruguayan football manager. He coached the Uruguay national team that won the 1950 FIFA World Cup.

  6. Anibal Ruiz

    Anibal Ruiz


    Aníbal "Maño" Ruiz Leites (born 30 December 1942 in Salto, Uruguay), is a football (soccer) coach. His last club charging was Universidad San Martín in Peru. His best coaching efforts include winning the Supercopa Sudamericana with Olimpia Asunción in 1991 and leading the Paraguayan national football team to the 2006 World Cup. "Maňo" is well known for his defensive and ordered style of coaching that led him to the South American Coach of the Year award in 2005.[1].

  7. Francisco Maturana

    Francisco Maturana


    Francisco Antonio Maturana García, also known as Pacho Maturana (born February 15, 1949) is a Colombian ex-football player and football manager. During his time managing most noticeably Atletico Nacional and the Colombian national football team, he achieved success marking an era in Colombian football by leading Nacional to be the first Colombian team to win the Copa Libertadores in 1989, while winning Colombia's first ever national title: the Copa America in 2001.

  8. Oscar Malbernat

    Oscar Malbernat


    Oscar Miguel Cacho Malbernat (born 2 February 1944) is a retired Argentine footballer, who was the captain of Estudiantes de La Plata between 1967 and 1972, when the team won a local championship in 1967, three consecutive Copa Libertadores titles (1968 to 1970) and one Intercontinental Cup (1968), where he marked Manchester United's George Best.

  9. Roberto Carlos Mario Gómez

    Roberto Carlos Mario Gómez


    Roberto Carlos Mario Gómez (born February 27, 1957 in Mar del Plata) is a football manager and former Argentine footballer who is the current head coach of Johor Darul Takzim FC in Malaysian Super League.

  10. Dalcio Giovagnoli

    Dalcio Giovagnoli


    Dalcio Víctor Giovagnoli (born 5 June 1963) is an Argentine football coach.

  11. Eduardo Antunes Coimbra

    Eduardo Antunes Coimbra


    Eduardo Antunes Coimbra (born on February 5, 1947), better known as Edu, is a former Brazilian footballer who played as an attacking midfielder and went on to become a manager.

  12. Roque Máspoli

    Roque Máspoli


    Roque Gastón Máspoli Arbelvide (12 October 1917 in Montevideo – 22 February 2004 in Montevideo) was an Uruguayan football player and coach. He was the goalkeeper for the Uruguay national team that won the 1950 World Cup. He was also the head coach for the Uruguayan team that won the 1980 Mundialito.

  13. José Daniel Carreño

    José Daniel Carreño


    José Daniel Carreño Izquierdo (born 1 May 1963) is a Uruguayan football manager, who currently manages Qatar. He is commonly known as "El Crespo" (Spanish word: "The curly"). Carreño played as a striker and spent the majority of his playing career at Montevideo Wanderers, having also spells in RC Lens and Nacional, in where with the last mentioned, he won the Intercontinental Cup and the Copa Libertadores, his unic two titles in his career.

  14. Reinaldo Merlo

    Reinaldo Merlo


    Reinaldo Carlos Merlo (born 20 May 1950) is an Argentine football coach and former player.

  15. Ever Hugo Almeida

    Ever Hugo Almeida


    Ever Hugo Almeida (born 1 July 1948) is a Paraguayan former footballer who played as a goalkeeper and is currently manager of Asunción side Libertad. Almeida was born in Salto, Uruguay, but became a naturalized Paraguayan in 1975.

  16. Jorge Luis Pinto

    Jorge Luis Pinto


    Jorge Luis Pinto Afanador (born 16 December 1952) is a Colombian football coach, and incumbent manager of the Honduras national football team.

  17. José María Silvero

    José María Silvero


    José María Silvero (September 21, 1931 – August 2, 2010) was an Argentine professional football defence player and coach. He played with Estudiantes de La Plata (198 matches) and with Boca Juniors (103 matches). He played in the NPSL for the Chicago Spurs in 1967. Upon retirement he managed several teams, most notably Boca Juniors, which he guided to the Nacional 1970 first division title.

  18. Jorge Sampaoli

    Jorge Sampaoli


    Jorge Luis Sampaoli Moya (born 13 March 1960) is an Argentine football manager, currently coaching the Chile national football team. Sampaoli started out as a youth player and eventually switched to management due to a severe injury. Sampaoli started with an impressive managerial period at Coronel Bolognesi in 2006, and then again with a brief but successful period at O'Higgins and Emelec.

  19. Gustavo Costas

    Gustavo Costas


    Gustavo Adolfo Costas Makeira (born February 28, 1963 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine former footballer and current manager.

  20. Todor Veselinović

    Todor Veselinović


    Todor "Toza" Veselinović (Serbian Cyrillic: Тодор Веселиновић Тоза; born 22 October 1930 in Novi Sad) is a former Serbian footballer and coach. He is one of the most renowned goalscorers in Yugoslavian national team history.

  21. Edgardo Bauza

    Edgardo Bauza


    Edgardo Bauza (born January 26, 1958 in Granadero Baigorria, Rosario, Santa Fe) is an Argentine former footballer. Before taking up management, he played over 300 games for Rosario Central, a club he went on to manage. He also played for Independiente in Argentina, Atlético Junior in Colombia and Veracruz in Mexico. .

  22. Benito Floro Sanz

    Benito Floro Sanz


    Benito Floro Sanz (born 2 June 1952) is a Spanish football manager, currently in charge of the Canadian national team. He is the father of Antonio Floro.

  23. Néstor Craviotto

    Néstor Craviotto


    Néstor Oscar Craviotto (born 6 October 1963 in La Plata) is an Argentine football manager and former player, who last managed club The Strongest in the Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviano.

  24. Juan Hohberg

    Juan Hohberg


    Juan Eduardo Hohberg (19 June 1926 - 30 April 1996) was an Argentine-born Uruguayan football player and coach.

  25. Salvador Capitano

    Salvador Capitano


    Salvador Capitano (born 1 January 1955 in Rosario) is an Argentinean former soccer player. He is currently a coach.

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