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Mr Pink 07-10-2019 20:20

Luis Ángel César Sampedro
 
Great. Another manager with a 3 month life span !!!!

Mr Pink 07-10-2019 20:28

Coaching career
Immediately after retiring, César began coaching his only club, being relegated from division two in his third season and promoting immediately back. In 2004, he signed with another team in the second tier, Gimnàstic de Tarragona.

Luis César led Nàstic to La Liga in the 2005–06 campaign, with the Catalans returning to the tournament after 56 years.[2] On 26 November 2006, however, after a 2–3 home loss against RCD Mallorca, with the side having only totalled five points in 12 rounds, he was fired.[3]

For 2007–08, César signed for Polideportivo Ejido in the second division, but did not finish the season once more, being sacked after the 21st matchday (out of 42), with Fernando Castro Santos taking his place as the Andalusians were relegated after a seven-year stay in the competition. On 6 March 2010, months after a move to UD Las Palmas was eventually aborted,[1] he returned to Gimnàstic after the dismissal of César Ferrando, with the team eventually finishing in 18th position – the first place above the relegation zone – just one point ahead of Cádiz CF.

On 6 December 2010, following a 1–2 home loss against Villarreal CF B, Luis César was relieved of his duties at Gimnàstic, as the team ranked 22nd and last with just two wins in 15 games.[4] In the 2011–12 campaign he was one of two managers in charge of CD Alcoyano,[5] who were finally relegated from the second level.

Luis César was appointed at division three club Albacete Balompié on 20 March 2013,[6] leading it to promotion at the end of his first full season.[7] He was fired on 12 March 2016,[8] and continued to work in the second tier with CD Lugo,[9] Real Valladolid[10] and CD Tenerife.[11



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ggeorg 07-10-2019 20:29

what puzzles me is that since Luis Cesar (which is obviously better than Anquela, because everyone is better than Anquela) was free at the start of the season, and is a choice of Carmelo, why Carmelo didn't appoint him in the summer?

Does he consider him a winter coach, or what?

ggeorg 07-10-2019 20:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mr Pink
Luis César was appointed at division three club Albacete Balompié on 20 March 2013,[6] leading it to promotion at the end of his first full season.[7] He was fired on 12 March 2016,[8] and continued to work in the second tier with CD Lugo,[9] Real Valladolid[10] and CD Tenerife.[11





That damn wiki, sums up a whole 6-year career within 2 lines :eek:
Or maybe they didn't have enough to write :D


In his last spell in Tenerife, he was in charge from May 13, 2019 to Jun 30, 2019 (transfermarkt)

Tjorni 07-10-2019 20:42

He doesn't lead Valladolid to promotion in 17/18, he started well and was at 2nd place at 7th matchday. But then he wasn't able to keep the pace and was replaced by Sergio after matchday 35 while Valladolid was at the 11 place. And then Sergio in rest games lead Valladolid to 5th place and promotion.

caabrego 07-10-2019 21:47

The guy is a lover of tactics. He even have a website
http://www.luiscesarsampedro.com/language/es/portada-2/

abdul001 07-10-2019 22:12

I wish him d best

Mr Pink 07-10-2019 22:53

Quote:

Originally Posted by caabrego
The guy is a lover of tactics. He even have a website
http://www.luiscesarsampedro.com/language/es/portada-2/


We are doomed.

Diligent 08-10-2019 03:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by ggeorg
Does he consider him a winter coach, or what?


No, this is the coach for the autumn. In a couple months we will have a winter coach, then in March another one for spring. :D

Shelvin 08-10-2019 09:14

Quote:

Originally Posted by ggeorg
In his last spell in Tenerife, he was in charge from May 13, 2019 to Jun 30, 2019 (transfermarkt)

:uhaha:

DepHun 08-10-2019 09:39

Quote:

Originally Posted by ggeorg
In his last spell in Tenerife, he was in charge from May 13, 2019 to Jun 30, 2019 (transfermarkt)

actually the season ended on the 9th June. ;) but even with that, this was the most successful period of his career.

Ricardo 08-10-2019 09:54

I am not going to lie, I wasn't exactly filled with joy when I heard his name announced yesterday evening.

But lets see what he can do, and hopefully he has lots of success with us.
I hope he brings in some players from the Fabril, as we need to build the foundations and not rely on 10 plus signings every summer.

DepHun 08-10-2019 14:16

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ricardo
I am not going to lie, I wasn't exactly filled with joy when I heard his name announced yesterday evening.

But lets see what he can do, and hopefully he has lots of success with us.
I hope he brings in some players from the Fabril, as we need to build the foundations and not rely on 10 plus signings every summer.

tell it to CdP, the guy has nothing to do that.

Shelvin 08-10-2019 16:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by DepHun
actually the season ended on the 9th June. ;) but even with that, this was the most successful period of his career.

He was incharge for 4 matches. He won 2 matches, drew 1 and lost 1. He saved them from relegation and then decided to not continue.

scoop 08-10-2019 16:04

He can't be worse right?


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