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José Quirante

José Quirante
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Full nameJosé Quirante Pineda
Date of birth(1884-01-01)January 1, 1884
Place of birthAlicante, Spain
Playing positionMidfielder
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1901-1909FC Barcelona40(18)
1906-1908Real Madrid
1910RCD Espanyol
1910-1912FC Barcelona
1912FC Casual
Teams managed
1928-1929Unión Sporting Club de Madrid
1929-1930Real Madrid CF
1930-1933Sevilla FC
1933-1935Real Murcia
1939-1940Hércules CF
1940-1941Málaga CF
1941-1942Cádiz CF
1947-1948Real Betis
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

José Quirante Pineda (born 1 January 1884 in Alicante, Spain)[1] was a soccer player and manager. He coached Real Madrid during the first Spanish league season.

He played for FC Barcelona and Real Madrid. When playing for Real, he did not give up his attachment to Barcelona. He was the first footballer to play for the two rivals.[2]

He also coached Unión Sporting Club de Madrid, Sevilla FC,[3] Real Murcia, Hércules CF, Málaga CF, Cádiz CF and Real Betis.

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