Manuel Jiménez González

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Manolo Jiménez
Personal information
Full name Manuel Jiménez González
Date of birth (1960-09-12) 12 September 1960 (age 58)
Place of birth Madrigalejo, Spain
Teams managed
Years Team
1984–1985 Benidorm (youth)
1986–1987 La Nucía
1987–1988 Calpe CF
1988–1991 Benidorm (youth)
1991–1994 Benidorm
1995–1996 Hércules
1996 Albacete
1997–1998 Real Jaén
1999–2000 Hércules
2000–2001 Benidorm
2002 Real Jaén
2003–2004 Figueres
2007 Benidorm
2008 Alicante
2010 Jove Español
2011– Valencian Community

Manuel Jiménez González known as Manolo Jiménez (born 12 September 1960) is a Spanish football manager.

Career

Jimenez was born in Madrigalejo, but raised in Benidorm.[1] He started in the Benidorm CD coaching youth football. His big break came in the Hércules CF. Got promoted to La Liga in 1995–96. Hércules did not renew for return to the top flight, and had two more chances in the second level with Albacete Balompié and Real Jaén CF. In Albacete was sacked at 5 league matches. At Real Jaén in 2 times down the third level. He also had a second time on Hércules CF and fell to third level. After the third level trained in Hércules, Benidorm and UE Figueres. In the 2008–09 season was the sports director of Alicante CF and arrived several days to train the team in the second level, being sacked because of disagreements with the policy.[2] He is currently the coach of the Valencian Community on UEFA Regions' Cup.[3]

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