Gregorio Manzano

1956 - Today

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Gregorio "Goyo" Manzano Ballesteros (Spanish pronunciation: [ɡɾeˈɣoɾjo manˈθano]; born 11 March 1956) is a Spanish football manager. In a career of 35 years, he managed for 14 consecutive seasons in La Liga with seven clubs, including three spells at Mallorca and two at Atlético Madrid, winning the Copa del Rey with the former in 2003. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Gregorio Manzano has received more than 206,441 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 18 in 2019). Gregorio Manzano is the 227th most popular coach (down from 199th in 2019), the 1,498th most popular biography from Spain (down from 1,455th in 2019) and the 18th most popular Spanish Coach.

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Among coaches, Gregorio Manzano ranks 227 out of 471Before him are Sef Vergoossen, Jan Zwartkruis, Michael Skibbe, Hussein Ammouta, Domenico Tedesco, and Juan Ramón López Caro. After him are José Juncosa, Borislav Cvetković, Andrej Panadić, Alberto Malesani, Jorvan Vieira, and Bob Houghton.

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Among people born in 1956, Gregorio Manzano ranks 299Before him are Tomáš Šmíd, Bernie Shaw, Kazumi Tsubota, Alain Perrin, Mitsugu Nomura, and Ismaël Lô. After him are Choi Soon-sil, Ilie Balaci, Anne Veski, Marin Alsop, Mima Jaušovec, and Li Xi.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Gregorio Manzano ranks 1,498 out of 3,355Before him are Ernest Lluch (1937), José López Domínguez (1829), Miguel Fleta (1897), Joaquín Cortés (1969), José Planas (1901), and Concha Piquer (1908). After him are Carlos Sastre (1975), Amparo Poch y Gascón (1902), Vicente Trueba (1905), Manuel Anatol (1903), Juan Antonio Ipiña (1912), and Lucas Alcaraz (1966).

Among COACHES In Spain

Among coaches born in Spain, Gregorio Manzano ranks 18Before him are Ramón Encinas (1893), Benito Floro (1952), Amadeo García (1887), Baltasar Albéniz (1905), Domènec Torrent (1962), and Juan Ramón López Caro (1963). After him are José Juncosa (1922), Félix Sánchez Bas (1975), Valero Rivera López (1953), Pepe Mel (1963), Juan Carlos Garrido (1969), and Robert Moreno (1977).