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José María Nogués

José María Nogués
Personal information
Full nameJosep María Nogués Salvatella
Date of birth (1959-04-29) April 29, 1959 (age 55)
Place of birthBarcelona, Spain
Club information
Current clubPolideportivo Ejido (manager)
Teams managed
YearsTeam
1993–1995L'Hospitalet
1995–1996Terrassa
1997–1999Gimnàstic de Tarragona
2002–2004Real Jaén
2005Girona
2007–2008Écija Balompié
2008–2009Real Betis B
2009Real Betis
2009–Polideportivo Ejido

Josep María Nogués Salvatella,[1] (born 29 April 1959 in Barcelona), better known as José María Nogués is a Spanish manager, currently coaching Real Betis. Nogués has previously coached teams in the Tercera and Segunda División, which includes L'Hospitalet (1993–1995), Terrassa (1995–1996), Gimnàstic de Tarragona (1997–1999), Real Jaén (2002–2004), Girona (2005), Écija Balompié (2007–2008) and Betis reserve team, Real Betis B (2008–2009).

Real Betis

On 6 April 2009, Nogués was appointed the new manager of Real Betis after the sacking of Paco Chaparro.[2] His first game in charge ended in a 3–2 win over Racing de Santander, followed by two losses to Valencia 1–2 and Atlético Madrid 0–2. Nogués won his second game against Sporting de Gijón 2–0.

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