Jaume Bonet

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Jaume Bonet
Personal information
Full name Jaume Bonet Serrano
Date of birth (1957-05-24) 24 May 1957 (age 62)
Place of birth Valls, Spain
Teams managed
Years Team
2001–2002 Gimnàstic
2006 Sabadell
2007–2008 EF Valls
2009–2010 Gavà
2012–2013 UE Valls
2014 Santboià
2014– Vilassar Dalt

Jaume Bonet Serrano (born 24 May 1957) is a Spanish football coach, currently in charge of CE Vilassar de Dalt.

Playing career

Born in Valls, Alt Camp, Catalonia, Bonet was a goalkeeper coach at Gimnàstic de Tarragona and in November 2001 was appointed manager of the club, replacing fired Josep María Nogués.[1] He was also in charge during the historical 1–0 Copa del Rey win against Real Madrid,[2] but his side was eventually knocked out after a 2–4 loss at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium.

On 20 January 2002 Bonet was relieved from his duties after the arrival of Carlos Diarte,[3] and eventually returned to his previous role. On 2 January 2006 he was named CE Sabadell FC manager, with the side struggling in Segunda División B;[4] on 21 March, after failing to achieve any win, he was sacked.[5]

In the 2009 summer, after a spell at EF Valls, Bonet was appointed at the helm of CF Gavà.[6] Despite the club's relegation from the third division, he was sacked in May 2010 due to 'economical reasons'.[7]

On 8 April 2014 Bonet was named manager of FC Santboià until the end of the season.[8] On 21 May he left the club,[9] and moved to CE Vilassar de Dalt shortly after.

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