José Ángel Moreno

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Full name José Ángel Moreno
Date of birth (1953-09-19) 19 September 1953 (age 65)
Place of birth Seville, Spain
Teams managed
Years Team
1980–1983 Betis (youth)
1983–1986 Betis B
1988–1994 Sevilla B
1994–1995 Xerez
1996–1997 Sevilla B
1997–1998 Almería
1998–1999 Écija
1999–2001 Poli Almería
2001 Granada
2001–2002 Algeciras
2003–2006 Levante B
2008 Levante
2011 Ceuta

José Ángel Moreno (born 19 September 1953), simply known as Moreno, is a Spanish football manager.

Managerial career

Born in Seville, Andalusia, Moreno began his managerial career in Real Betis' youth setup, being also manager of the reserves. In 1988 he was appointed Sevilla Atlético manager, remaining in charge for six seasons.

Moreno subsequently managed clubs in Segunda División B, coaching Xerez CD, UD Almería, Écija Balompié, Polideportivo Almería, Granada CF and Algeciras CF. In 2003 he was named manager of another reserve team, Levante UD B in Tercera División.

In 2006, after taking the Valencians to the third level, Moreno was appointed director of the youth setup. On 16 April 2008 he was appointed at the helm of the main squad in La Liga, replacing Gianni De Biasi.[1]

After achieving a 3–1 home win against Getafe CF (and being the first manager of the club's history to do so in his first match in charge in the category),[2] Moreno only obtained one point out of 15, and his side was eventually relegated as dead last. He subsequently returned to his previous role, and left the Granotes on 10 July 2009.[3]

On 20 April 2011 Moreno was named AD Ceuta manager until the end of the season.[4] He only remained in charge for the last four matches, and eventually left the club.


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