General
Carlos Corberán
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Personal information
Full name Carlos Corberán Vallet
Date of birth 7 April 1983 (1983-04-07) (age 37)
Place of birth    Valencia, Flag of Spain Spain
Height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Playing position Goalkeeper
Club information
Current club Flag of England Huddersfield Town (Head Coach)
Youth clubs
Flag of Spain Valencia
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
Flag of Spain Valencia B    
Teams managed
2013–2014
2016–2017
2017
2018–2020
2020–
Flag of Spain Alcorcón Youth
Flag of Cyprus Doxa
Flag of Cyprus Ermis
Flag of England Leeds United U23
Flag of England Huddersfield Town

Carlos Corberán Vallet (born 7 April 1983) is a Spanish football coach and former youth player. He currently serves as the head coach of Championship club Huddersfield Town.

Previously the head coach of Doxa and Ermis in the Cypriot First Division, Corberán made his coaching breakthrough with Leeds United, where he has held roles as first team assistant coach and was the manager of their under-23s side.

External links

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Huddersfield Town A.F.C. squad - 2020–21

1 Grabara · 3 Toffolo · 4 Elphick · 6 Hogg · 7 Bacuna · 9 Kachunga · 11 Diakhaby · 12 Stearman · 13 Coleman · 14 Bockhorn · 16 Grant · 17 Simpson · 21 Pritchard · 22 Campbell · 23 Quaner · 24 Mounié · 25 Pyke · 26 Schindler · 28 J. Brown · 29 King · 37 Harratt · 38 Duhaney · 39 O'Brien · 41 Daly · 42 Chapman · 43 High · 46 Austerfield ·

  • Manager: Flag of Spain Carlos Corberán
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Huddersfield Town Association Football Club - Managers

Walker (1908–10) · Pudan (1910–12) · Knightonc (1912) · Fairclough (1912–19) · Langley (1919–21) · Chapman (1921–25) · Potter (1925–26) · Chaplin (1926–29) · C. Stephenson (1929–42) · Magner (1942–43) · Steele (1943–47) · G. Stephenson (1947–52) · Board Of Directorsc (1952) · Beattie (1952–56) · Shankly (1956–59) · Boot (1959–64) · Greavesc (1964) · Johnston (1964–68) · Greaves (1968–74) · Collins (1974–75) · Johnston (1975–77) · Haselden (1977) · Johnston (1977–78) · Buxton (1978–86) · Smith (1986–87) · McAllisterc (1987) · Macdonald (1987–88) · Hand (1988–92) · Ross (1992–93) · Warnock (1993–95) · Horton (1995–97) · Jackson (1997–99) · Bruce (1999–2000) · Macari (2000–02) · Wadsworth (2002–03) · Machin (2003) · Jackson (2003–07) · Murphy, Mitchell, Booty, Dungworthc (2007) · Ritchie (2007–08) · Murphyc (2008) · Ternent (2008) · Murphyc (2008) · Mitchellc (2008) · Clark (2008–12) · Grayson (2012–13) · Lillisc (2013) · Robins (2013–14) · Lillisc (2014) · Powell (2014–15) · Lillisc (2015) · Wagner (2015–2019) · Hudsonc (2019) · Siewert (2019) · Hudsonc (2019) · Cowley (2019–20) · Corberán (2020–)

Current EFL League Championship managers

Ismaël (Barnsley) · Karanka (Birmingham City) · Mowbray (Blackburn Rovers) · Tindall (Bournemouth) · Frank (Brentford) · Holden (Bristol City) · Harris (Cardiff City) · Robins (Coventry City) · Vacant (Derby County) · Corberán (Huddersfield Town) · Jones (Luton Town) · Warnock (Middlesbrough) · Rowett (Millwall) · Farke (Norwich City) · Hughton (Nottingham Forest) · Neil (Preston North End) · Warburton (Queens Park Rangers) · Paunović (Reading) · Warne (Rotherham United) · Pulis (Sheffield Wednesday) · O'Neill (Stoke City) · Cooper (Swansea City) · Xisco (Watford) · Ainsworth (Wycombe Wanderers)

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