Óscar Cano

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Óscar Cano
Personal information
Full name Óscar Pedro Cano Moreno
Date of birth (1972-11-06) 6 November 1972 (age 46)
Place of birth Granada, Spain
Teams managed
Years Team
1997–1999 Granada (youth)
1999–2002 Imperio Albolote (youth)
2002–2005 Imperio Albolote
2005–2006 Arenas Armilla
2006–2007 Baza
2007–2008 Granada
2010 Poli Ejido
2010–2011 Salamanca
2001–2012 Melilla
2012–2014 Betis B
2014–2015 Alcoyano
2015 Elche B

Óscar Pedro Cano Moreno (born 6 November 1972) is a Spanish football manager.

Manager career

Born in Granada, Andalusia, Cano began his managerial career at lowly CD Imperio de Albolote and subsequently managed neighbours Arenas CD in Tercera División, before moving to Segunda División B side CD Baza in the 2006 summer.[1] After taking the club an historical 12th position, he was appointed at the helm of Granada CF, also in the third level.[2]

In October 2008 Cano left the club, and was appointed Polideportivo Ejido manager in January 2010.[3] On 1 July 2010 he was appointed at Segunda División's UD Salamanca, replacing resigned Jorge D'Alessandro.[4]

Cano was sacked by the Charros on 14 February 2011, after suffering ten consecutive defeats.[5] On 26 July he joined UD Melilla,[6] leaving the club in June 2012.[7]

On 10 December 2012, Cano was appointed at the helm of Real Betis B, replacing fired Puma.[8] After achieving promotion back to the third level at the end of the 2013–14 campaign, he signed for CD Alcoyano;[9] he was sacked on 16 February 2015, after only winning three points out of 18.[10]

On 15 July 2015 Cano was named Elche CF Ilicitano manager,[11] but resigned on 3 August due to the club's poor in and out field situation.[12]

References

  1. Óscar Cano, un técnico capitalino en el CD Baza (Óscar Cano, a manager from the capital at Baza); Ideal, 6 September 2006 (Spanish)
  2. Óscar Cano comunica que no seguirá en el CD Baza (Óscar Cano announces his departure from CD Baza); Ideal, 3 May 2007 (Spanish)
  3. Óscar Cano, nuevo entrenador del Polideportivo Ejido (Óscar Cano, new manager of Polideportivo Ejido); Ideal, 6 January 2010 (Spanish)
  4. Óscar Cano, nuevo entrenador del Salamanca (Óscar Cano, new manager of Salamanca); Marca, 1 July 2010 (Spanish)
  5. El Salamanca destituye a Óscar Cano como entrenador (Salamanca sacks Óscar Cano from the manager post); Marca, 14 February 2011 (Spanish)
  6. Óscar Cano ficha por la UD Melilla (Óscar Cano signs for UD Melilla); Granada en Juego, 26 July 2011 (Spanish)
  7. Óscar Cano deja el Melilla (Óscar Cano leaves Melilla); Ideal, 8 June 2012 (Spanish)
  8. Óscar Cano, nuevo técnico del filial (Óscar Cano, new manager of the reserves); ABC, 10 December 2012 (Spanish)
  9. Óscar Cano, nuevo entrenador del CD Alcoyano (Óscar Cano, new manager of CD Alcoyano; Vavel, 26 June 2014 (Spanish)
  10. El Alcoyano destituye al entrenador, Óscar Cano (Alcoyano sacks the manager, Óscar Cano); Diario Información, 16 February 2015 (Spanish)
  11. Óscar Cano, nuevo entrenador del Ilicitano (Óscar Cano, new manager of Ilicitano); Diario Información, 14 July 2015 (Spanish)
  12. Parras dirigirá al filial del Elche tras la renuncia de Óscar Cano (Parras will manage Elche's reserves after the resignation of Óscar Cano); El Mundo Deportivo, 3 August 2015 (Spanish)

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