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Antonio Barrios

For the Paraguayan minister, see Antonio Carlos Barrios Fernández.
Antonio Barrios
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Full nameAntonio Barrios Seoane
Date of birth(1910-05-21)21 May 1910
Place of birthGetxo, Spain
Date of death19 August 2002(2002-08-19) (aged 92)
Place of deathDonostia, Spain
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
-Arenas de Getxo
Teams managed
1945–1948Real Valladolid
1949–1950Real Valladolid
1950–1951Racing de Santander
1951–1952CD Málaga
1952–1954Athletic Bilbao
1954–1955Atletico Tetuán
1955–1957Atlético Madrid
1957–1958Real Betis
1959–1960Espanyol
1960–1961Elche
1961–1963Sevilla
1963–1964Real Sociedad
1964–1965Athletic Bilbao
1965Real Valladolid
1966–1967Real Betis
1967Sevilla
1968Real Valladolid
1969–1971Real Betis
1972Recreativo de Huelva
1973–1974Osasuna
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Antonio Barrios Seoane (21 May 1910 – 19 August 2002) was a Spanish professional football coach. He managed a number of club sides including Real Valladolid, Racing de Santander,[1] Athletic Bilbao,[2] Atlético Madrid, Real Betis, Espanyol, Elche, Real Sociedad,[3] Sevilla and Recreativo de Huelva.[4]

He also played for Arenas de Getxo.[5]

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