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Eduardo Luján Manera

Eduardo Luján Manera
Personal information
Full name Eduardo Luján Manera
Date of birth (1944-08-22)August 22, 1944
Place of birth Concepción del Uruguay, Argentina
Date of death August 15, 2000 (Aged 55)
Playing position Right Back
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1963-1970 Estudiantes de La Plata 118 (13)
1971 Avignon 14 (1)
National team
Argentina 3 (0)
Teams managed
1975 Los Andes
1976 Estudiantes (BA)
1977 Estudiantes
1978 Once Caldas
1979-1980 Deportivo Cali
1981 Atlanta
1982 Platense
1983-1985 Estudiantes de la Plata
1985 Independiente Santa Fe
1986 Estudiantes de la Plata
1988-1989 Paraguay
1990 Necaxa
1991 Talleres
1992 Vélez Sársfield
1993 Newell's Old Boys
1994-1995 Estudiantes de la Plata
1996 Universitario de Deportes
1997 Deportivo Español
1998 Vélez Sársfield

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

† Appearances (goals)

Eduardo Luján Manera (22 August 1944 - 15 August 2000) was an Argentine football defender, and a manager who won the Argentine Primera with Estudiantes de La Plata as player and manager. He was banned from football for 20 games by the Argentine Football Association and sent to prison for a month following assaults on AC Milan players in the 1969 Intercontinental Cup final.

Titles

As a player
As a coach

External links

  • (Spanish) Argentine Primera managerial statistics
  • (Spanish) Noticia Clarín: obituary
  • (Spanish) Noticia Clarín: Manera at Deportivo Español
  • (Spanish) América de Cali
  • (Spanish) Find a grave
  • (Spanish) Estudiantes Campeón
  • (Spanish) Vélez-Universitario
  • (Spanish) Diario Hoy: obituary
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