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Joaquín Caparrós appointes as Armenian national team head coach
10.03.202013:00
Joaquín Caparrós appointes as Armenian national team head coach

Former Sevilla, Deportivo la Coruna and Athletic Bilbao head coach Joaquín Caparrós appointed as Armenian national team head coach. The contract will be valid until 30 November, 2021.

 

Jouaquin Capparos was born in Spanish municipality Utreta on March 15, 1955.

 

Teams managed 

 

San Jose Obrero (Spain) – 1981-1984

Campillo (Spain) – 1984-1986

Motilla (Spain) – 1986-1989

Castile-La Mancha (Spain) – 1989-1990

Gimnastico Alcazar (Spain) – 1990-1992

Conquense (Spain) – 1992-1993

Manzanares (Spain) – 1994-1995

Moralo (Spain) – 1995-1996

Recreativo (Spain) – 1996-1999

Andalusia (Spain) – 1998-2000

Villareal (Spain) – 1999

Sevilla (Spain) – 2000-2005

Deportivo La Coruna (Spain) – 2005-2007

Athletic Bilbao (Spain) – 2007-2011

Neuchatel Xamax (Switzerland) – 2011

Mallorca (Spain) – 2011-2013

Levante (Spain) – 2013-2014

Granada (Spain) – 2014-2015

Osasuna (Spain) – 2016-2017

Al Ahli (Qatar) – 2017

Sevilla (caretaker)(Spain)– 2018

Sevilla (caretaker)(Spain) – 2019         

VBET Armenian Premier League

N Teams GP Pts
1. Ararat-Armenia 15 40
2. FC Pyunik 15 32
3. FC Ararat 15 30
4. Noah 15 22
5. FC Alashkert 13 21
6. Urartu 14 16
7. Van 15 11
8. Noravank 15 9
9. CSKA 15 6