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Armando Husillos

Armando Husillos
Personal information
Full name Armando Mario Husillos
Date of birth (1959-02-05) 5 February 1959
Place of birth Morón, Argentina
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1977–1980 Boca Juniors 39 (10)
1978–1979 Castilla 8 (3)
1980–1982 Loma Negra
1982–1983 San Lorenzo 33 (18)
1983 Cartagena
1983–1985 Murcia 28 (7)
1985 Estudiantes
1985–1988 Málaga 91 (33)
1988–1989 Tenerife 8 (3)
1989–1991 Cádiz 46 (9)
1991 Cartagena
1991–1992 Málaga 6 (1)
1992–1993 Cieza
1993–1994 Málaga
Teams managed
1999–2000 Almagro
2004–2005 Murcia
2006–2007 Málaga B

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (goals)

Armando Mario Husillos (born 5 February 1959) is an Argentine football manager and former player who was top scorer in Nacional 1983.

He started his professional playing career in 1977 with Boca Juniors where he was part of the squad that won the Copa Libertadores in 1978. He also played for Loma Negra, San Lorenzo and Estudiantes de La Plata in Argentina.

Husillos played in Spain for Cartagena FC, Real Murcia, CD Málaga, CD Tenerife, Cádiz CF, CD Cieza and Málaga CF. He was notable for playing in Málaga during three different periods.

Managerial career

Husillos was the manager of Almagro, he guided the club to promotion from the Primera B Nacional to the Argentine Primera[1] but he resigned 10 games into the Apertura 2000 tournament.[2] In Spain he managed Málaga B between 2006 and 2007.

References

  1. ^ rsssf: Coaches of championship teams Primera B Nacional
  2. ^ Argentine Primera managerial statistics

External links

  • (Spanish) BDFA futbol
  • (Spanish) San Lorenzo profile
  • BDfutbol
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