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Miguel Muñoz Trophy

The Miguel Muñoz Trophy (Spanish: Trofeo Miguel Muñoz) is a football award established by Spanish newspaper MARCA for the 2005–06 season, in memory of the legendary Real Madrid manager Miguel Muñoz.

The award is based on the MARCA's subjective scoring system: in which a manager is scored out of three, each match, for his team's performances. The manager with the highest points total, in both La Liga and the Segunda División, at the end of the season is the winner.

Contents

  • Winners 1
    • Primera División 1.1
    • Segunda División 1.2
  • See also 2

Winners

Primera División

José Mourinho, winner in 2010–11 and in 2011–12, with Real Madrid.
Season Manager Nat Club Score
2005–06 Bernd Schuster Getafe CF 63
2006–07 Juande Ramos Sevilla FC 63
Marcelino Recreativo de Huelva 63
2007–08 Manuel Pellegrini Villarreal CF 69
2008–09 Pep Guardiola FC Barcelona 77
2009–10 Pep Guardiola FC Barcelona 77
2010–11 José Mourinho Real Madrid C.F. 72
2011–12 José Mourinho Real Madrid C.F. 77
2012–13 Tito Vilanova FC Barcelona 252
2013–14 Diego Simeone Atlético Madrid 269.5

Segunda División

Season Manager Nat Club Score
2005–06 Unai Emery Lorca Deportiva CF 76
2006–07 Unai Emery UD Almería 78
2007–08 Manuel Preciado Sporting de Gijón 77
2008–09 Marcelino Real Zaragoza 78
2009–10 Luis García Plaza Levante UD 81
2010–11 José Ramón Sandoval Rayo Vallecano 85
2011–12 Juan Antonio Anquela AD Alcorcón 84
2012–13 Fran Escribá Elche CF 293.5
2013–14 Gaizka Garitano SD Eibar 272

See also

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