FANDOM


General
Stub
Player stub
This article about Javi Gracia is a stub, an article too short to provide more than rudimentary information about a subject.
You can help The Football Wiki by expanding it.
Javi Gracia
Javi Gracia
Personal information
Full name Javier Gracia Carlos
Date of birth 1 May 1970 (1970-05-01) (age 50)
Place of birth    Pamplona, Spain, Flag of Spain
Height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Playing position Defensive midfielder
Club information
Current club Flag of Spain Valencia (manager)
Youth clubs
1977–1982 Flag of Spain Osasuna
Flag of Spain Chantrea
Flag of Spain Athletic Bilbao
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)






Total
Flag of None
Flag of None
Flag of None
Flag of None
Flag of None
Flag of None
00 00()
00 00()
00 00()
00 00()
00 00()
00 00()
430 0(44)   
National team
1989–1990
1991
Flag of Spain
Flag of Spain
0000(0)
0000(0)
Teams managed










2018–2019
2020–
Flag of None
Flag of None
Flag of None
Flag of None
Flag of None
Flag of None
Flag of None
Flag of None
Flag of None
Flag of None
England Watford
Flag of Spain Valencia

Javier "Javi" Gracia Carlos (born 1 May 1970) is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a defensive midfielder, and is the current manager of Valencia.

He played in 430 matches both major levels of Spanish football combined, during a 15-year professional career. After retiring he began working as a manager, going on to coach several clubs in Spain, Greece and Russia before being appointed at Watford in January 2018.

Gracia led Watford to the second FA Cup final in their history in 2019, but was sacked later the same year.

External links

Template:Pontevedra CF managers Template:Cádiz CF managers Template:Villarreal CF B managers Template:UD Almería managers Template:CA Osasuna managers Template:Málaga CF managers Template:FC Rubin Kazan managers

Watford Football Club - Managers

Goodall (1903–10) • Kent (1910–26) • Pagnam (1926–29) • McBain (1929–37) • Findlay (1938–47) • Bray (1947–48) • Hapgood (1948–50) • Gray (1950–51) • Green (1951–52) • Goulden (1952–55) • Paton (1955–56) • Goulden (1956) • McBain (1956–59) • Burgess (1959–63) • McGarry (1963–64) • Furphy (1964–71) • Kirby (1971–73) • Keen (1973–77) • Taylor (1977–87) • Bassett (1987–88) • Harrison (1988–90) • Lee (1990) • Perryman (1990–93) • Roeder (1993–96) • Taylor (1996) • Jackett (1996–97) • Taylor (1997–2001) • Vialli (2001–02) • Lewington (2002–05) • Boothroyd (2005–08) • Mackay (2008) • Rodgers (2008–09) • Mackay (2009–11) • Dyche (2011–12) • Zola (2012–13) • Sannino (2013–14) • Garcia (2014) • McKinlay (2014) • Jokanović (2014–15) • Flores (2015–16) • Mazzari (2016–17) • Silva (2017–18) • Gracia (2018–19) • Sánchez Flores (2019) • Pearson (2019–20) • Ivić (2020–)

Valencia Club de Fútbol, SAD - Managers

Kinké (1921–22 Sancho (1922–23) · Fivébr (1923–28) · Herriot (1928–29) · Fivébr (1929–31) · Galloway (1931–33) · Greenwell (1933–34) · Fivébr (1934–35) · Balsa (1935–36) · Encinas (1939–42) · Rino (1942–43) · Cubells (1943–46) · Pasarín (1946–48) · Quincoces (1948–54) · Iturraspe (1954–56) · Miró (1956–58) · Quincoces (1958–59) · Bumbel (1959–60) · Quincocesi (1960) · Balmanya (1960–62) · Scopelli (1962– 63) · Pasieguito (1963–64) · Mundo (1964–65) · Barinaga (1965–66) · Mundo (1966– 68) · Joseíto (1968–69) · Buqué & Artigas (1969–70) · Di Stéfano (1970–74) · Ćirić (1974–75) · Milošević (1975) · Mestre (1975–76) · Herrera (1976–77) · Mestre (1977) · Domingo (1977–79) · Pasieguito (1979) · Di Stéfano (1979–80) · Pasieguito (1980–82) · Mestre (1982) · Miljanić (1982–83) · Aguirre (1983) · Paquito (1983–84) · Gil (1984–85) · Valdez (1985–86) · Di Stéfano (1986–88) · Gil (1988) · Espárrago (1988–91) · Hiddink (1991–93) · Núñez (1993–94) · Hiddink (1994) · Parreira (1994–95) · Aragonés (1995–96) · Valdano (1996–97) · Ranieri (1997–99) · Cúper (1999–2001) · Benítez (2001–04) · Ranieri (2004–05) · López Habas (2005) · Flores (2005–07) · Koeman (2007–08) · Voroi (2008) · Emery (2008–12) · Pellegrino (2012) · Voroi (2012) · Valverde (2012–13) · Đukić (2013) · Estévezi (2013) · Pizzi (2014) · Nuno (2014–15) · Voroi (2015) · Neville (2015–16) · Ayestarán (2016) · Voroi (2016) · Prandelli (2016–)

417px-Spain National Football Team badge
Flag of Spain Spain
417px-Spain National Football Team badge
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.