COACH

Manuel Pellegrini

1953 - Today

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Manuel Luis Pellegrini Ripamonti (Spanish pronunciation: [maˈnwel peleˈɣɾini]; Italian: [pelleˈɡriːni]; born 16 September 1953) is a Chilean professional football manager and former player who is the manager of Real Betis. As a coach, he has managed teams in Spain, England, Argentina, Chile, China and Ecuador. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Manuel Pellegrini has received more than 2,957,475 page views. His biography is available in 37 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 36 in 2019). Manuel Pellegrini is the 43rd most popular coach (up from 45th in 2019), the 14th most popular biography from Chile (up from 15th in 2019) and the most popular Chilean Coach.

Manuel Pellegrini is most famous for being the manager of Manchester City. He is also famous for his time managing Villarreal, Malaga, and Real Madrid.

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Among COACHES

Among coaches, Manuel Pellegrini ranks 43 out of 329Before him are Diego Simeone, Óscar Tabárez, Tomislav Ivić, Bernd Schuster, Vicente Feola, and Matt Busby. After him are Bill Shankly, Jean-Pierre Papin, Enzo Bearzot, Sven-Göran Eriksson, Hugo Sánchez, and Pierre Littbarski.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1953, Manuel Pellegrini ranks 44Before him are Kitarō, Thomas Bach, Tess Gerritsen, Guy Verhofstadt, Lenín Moreno, and Ron Jeremy. After him are Felix Magath, David Morse, Roberto Bolaño, Steve Bannon, Alan Moore, and Bill Pullman.

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In Chile

Among people born in Chile, Manuel Pellegrini ranks 14 out of 225Before him are Luis Sepúlveda (1949), Bernardo O'Higgins (1778), Sebastián Piñera (1949), Claudio Arrau (1903), Violeta Parra (1917), and Patricio Aylwin (1918). After him are Roberto Bolaño (1953), Eduardo Frei Montalva (1911), Ricardo Lagos (1938), Hugo Gunckel Lüer (1901), Lautaro (1534), and Iván Zamorano (1967).

Among COACHES In Chile

Among coaches born in Chile, Manuel Pellegrini ranks 1

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