Luis Rodríguez Vaz

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Rodríguez Vaz
Personal information
Full name Luis Rodríguez Vaz
Date of birth (1942-02-07) 7 February 1942 (age 77)
Place of birth Verín, Spain
Teams managed
Years Team
1967–1968 Ciudad Jardín
1968–1969 Unión Sportiva
1969–1971 Deportivo La Coruña (youth)
1971–1973 Órdenes
1974–1975 Compostela
1975–1978 Racing Ferrol
1981–1982 Deportivo La Coruña
1987–1988 Deportivo La Coruña
1989–1992 As Pontes
1992–1993 Lugo
1993–1995 Racing Ferrol
1996 Racing Ferrol
1997–1998 Ourense
1998–1999 Ourense
1999–2000 Chaves
2001–2002 Ourense

Luis Rodríguez Vaz (born 7 February 1942) is a Spanish football manager.

Manager career

Born in Verín, Ourense, Galicia,[1] Rodríguez Vaz was appointed Deportivo de La Coruña in November 1981, after a spell at Racing de Ferrol.[2] In 1987 he returned to Dépor, but was sacked in February of the following year.

In December 1992 Rodríguez Vaz was named CD Lugo manager, with the side struggling in Segunda División. However, after only winning five matches out of 24, he suffered team relegation.[3]

In June 1997, after another spell at Racing, Rodríguez Vaz was appointed at the helm of CD Ourense, narrowly avoiding the drop in the last matchday. He left the club in June 1998, but eventually returned in December.[4]

On 19 November 2001 Rodríguez Vaz was again appointed at the Rojillos,[5] being relieved from his duties at the end of the campaign. He was also manager of SD Compostela, CD As Pontes and G.D. Chaves.[6][7]


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