Presentation, the New Coach
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Presentation, the New Coach

Joaquín Caparrós was presented to the public today, being Friday the 13th of July, at…

Athletic Club
Athletic Club
Jul 13, 2007

Joaquín Caparrós was presented to the public today, being Friday the 13th of July, at 13:00 hours in the Press Conference Room at San Mamés as Athletic Club’s new coach.

Joaquín Caparrós Camino
Utrera (Seville), 13-10-1955

Career:

1981-82 – San José Obrero C.F.
1982-83 – San José Obrero C.F.
1983-84 – San José Obrero C.F.
1984-85 – Campillo C.F.
1985-86 – Campillo C.F.
1986-87 – Motilla C.F.
1987-88 – Motilla C.F.
1988-89 – Motilla C.F.
1989-90 – Castellano-Manchega Federation Selector
1991-92 – Gimnástico Alcázar (3rd)
1992-93 – Conquense (3rd)
1994-95 – Manzanares C.F. (3rd)
1995-96 – Moralo C.P. (3rd)
1996-97 – Recreativo (2nd B)
1997-98 – Recreativo (2nd B)
1998-99 – Recreativo (2nd A) / Andalusian Team
1999-00 – Villarreal (2nd A) / Andalusian Team
2000-01 – Sevilla (1st)
2001-02 – Sevilla (1st)
2002-03 – Sevilla (1st)
2003-04 – Sevilla (1st)
2004-05 – Sevilla (1st)
2005-06 – Deportivo (1st)
2006-07 – Deportivo (1st)

Achievements:

Campillo C.F.: Promotion to 3rd Division
Montilla C.F.: Promotion to 3rd Division
1987/88: Montilla C.F.. 3rd in the League and the team qualified for the Copa
1991/92: Gimnástica de Alcalá. The team took part in the promotion to 2nd A play offs
1992/93: U.B. Conquense. The team took part in the promotion to 2nd B play offs
1995/96: Moralo C.P. The team took part in the promotion to 2nd B play offs
1996/97: Recreativo de Huelva. The team took part in the promotion to 2nd A play offs
1997/98: Recreativo de Huelva. Promotion to 2nd Division
1998/99: Colombino Trophy
2003/04: The team qualified for the UEFA
2004/05: The team qualified for the UEFA

Player achievements: Real Madrid (Juvenile A, Amateur and Castilla), Pegaso C.F. Leganés, and Balompédica Conquense.

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