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Manuel Pellegrini
Manuel Pellegrini
Personal information
Full name Manuel Luis Pellegrini Ripamonti
Date of birth 16 September 1953 (1953-09-16) (age 66)
Place of birth    Santiago, Flag of CHI Chile
Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position Centre back
Club information
Current club England West Ham United (manager)
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1973–1986 Flag of CHI Universidad de Chile 451 00(7)   
National team
1973–1986 Flag of CHI Chile 028 00(1)
Teams managed
1988–1989
1990
1991–1992
1992–1993
1993–1995
1998
1998–2001
2001–2002
2002–2003
2004–2009
2009–2010
2010–2013
2013–2016
2016–2018
2018–
Flag of CHI Universidad de Chile
Flag of CHI Palestino
Flag of CHI Palestino
Flag of CHI O'Higgins
Flag of CHI Universidad Católica
Flag of CHI Palestino
Flag of CHI L.D.U. Quito
Flag of CHI San Lorenzo
Flag of Argentina River Plate
Flag of Spain Villarreal
Flag of Spain Real Madrid
Flag of Spain Málaga
England Manchester City
Flag of the People's Republic of China Hebei China Fortune
England West Ham United

Manuel Luis Pellegrini Ripamonti (born 16 September 1953) is a Chilean professional football manager and former footballer, who is the manager of Premier League club West Ham United. As a coach, he has managed teams in Spain, England, Argentina, Chile, China and Ecuador. A qualified civil engineer and former footballer, after retiring as a player, he moved into coaching in his native Chile and subsequently Argentina. Pellegrini has won national leagues in four different countries.

Pellegrini moved to Europe in 2004 to take the manager's post at Villarreal, a club near Valencia. Under Pellegrini, Villarreal achieved a third-place finish in La Liga in 2004–05, a Champions League semi-final in 2005–06 and broke the big two in 2008 by securing a second-place finish in La Liga in 2007–08.

Pellegrini's consistent record at Villarreal attracted the attention of Real Madrid and he was appointed manager there in 2009. He amassed a total of 96 points, a club record until it was surpassed by José Mourinho in the 2011–12 season, but lost the title to Barcelona by three points. He was dismissed after one season and later lamented the Galácticos policy employed at Real which prevented him from building a balanced team.

Honours

Manager

Universidad Católica
LDU Quito
San Lorenzo
River Plate
Villarreal
Manchester City

Individual

  • Miguel Muñoz Trophy (1): 2007–08
  • Premier League Manager of the Month (2): December 2013, January 2014
  • Málaga Provincial Council: Gold Shield

External links

West Ham United FC logo 2016
West Ham United F.C. squad - 2019–20

1 Fabiański · 2 Reid · 3 Cresswell · 4 Balbuena · 5 Zabaleta · 7 Arnautović · 8 Anderson · 9 Carroll · 10 Lanzini · 11 Snodgrass · 13 Adrián · 14 Obiang · 15 Sánchez · 16 Noble · 17 Hernández · 18 Nasri · 19 Wilshere · 20 Yarmolenko · 21 Ogbonna · 23 Diop · 24 Fredericks · 26 Masuaku · 27 Pérez · 30 Antonio · 32 Silva · 37 Holland · 41 Rice · 45 Diangana · 53 Johnson · 54 Coventry ·

  • Manager: Flag of CHI Manuel Pellegrini
    West Ham United FC logo 2016
Current Premier League managers

Ljungberg (Arsenal) · Smith (Aston Villa) · Howe (Bournemouth) · Potter (Brighton & Hove Albion) · Dyche (Burnley) · Lampard (Chelsea) · Hodgson (Crystal Palace) · Silva (Everton) · Rodgers (Leicester City) · Klopp (Liverpool) · Guardiola (Manchester City) · Solskjær (Manchester United) · Bruce (Newcastle United) · Farke (Norwich City) · Wilder (Sheffield United) · Hasenhüttl (Southampton) · Mourinho (Tottenham Hotspur) · Sánchez Flores (Watford) · Pellegrini (West Ham United) · Nuno (Wolverhampton Wanderers)

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Villarreal CF - Managers

Causanilles (1985) · A. Sánchezc (1985) · Pesudo (1985–86) · Luiche (1986–88) · Floro (1988–89) · J. C. Rodríguez (1989) · A. Sánchezc (1989) · López Sanjuán (1990) · R. González (1990–91) · López Sanjuán (1991–92) · J.L. Linaresc (1992) · E. Linares (1992) · Osman (1992–93) · Simón (1993–95) · Uriarte (1995) · Vidal (1995–96) · Subirats (1996–97) · Irulegui (1997–99) · Paquitoc (1999) · Caparrós (1999) · Paquito (1999–2000) · Muñoz (2000–02) · Paquitoc (2002) · Floro (2002–04) · Paquito (2004) · Pellegrini (2004–09) · Valverde (2009–10) · Garrido (2010–11) · Molina (2011–12) · Lotina (2012) · Preciado (2012) · Velázquez (2012–13) · Marcelino (2013–16) · Escribá (2016–)

Real Madrid C.F. managers

Johnson 1910 to 20 • De Cárcer 1920 to 26 • Llorente 1926 to 27 • Bernabéu 1926 to 27 • Berraondo 1927 to 29 • Quirante 1929 to 30 • Hertzka 1930 to 32 • Firth 1932 to 1934 • Bru 1934 to 41 • Armet 1941 to 43 • Encinas 1943 to 45 • Quincoces 1945 to 46 • Albéniz 1946 to 47 • Quincoces 1947 to 48 • Keeping 1948 to 50 • Albéniz 1950 to 51 • Scarone 1951 to 52 • Ipiña 1952 to 53 • Fernández 1953 to 54 • Villalonga 1954 to 57 • Carniglia 1957 to 59 • Muñoz 1959 • Carniglia 1959 • Fleitas Solich 1959 to 60 • Muñoz 1960 to 74 • Molowny 1974 • Miljanić 1974 to 77 • Molowny 1977 to 79 • Boškov 1979 to 82 • Molowny 1982 • Di Stéfano 1982 to 84 • Amancio 1984 to 85 • Molowny 1985 to 86 • Beenhakker 1986 to 89 • Toshack 1989 to 90 • Di Stéfano 1990 to 91 • Antić 1991 to 92 • Beenhakker 1992 • Floro 1992 to 94 • Del Bosque 1994 • Valdano 1994 to 96 • Iglesias 1996 • Del Bosque 1996 • Capello 1996 to 97 • Heynckes 1997 to 98 • Hiddink 1998 to 99 • Toshack 1999 • Del Bosque 1999 to 2003 • Queiroz 2003 to 04 • Camacho 2004 • García Remón 2004 • Luxemburgo 2004 to 05 • López Caro 2005 to 06 • Capello 2006 to 07 • Schuster 2007 to 08 • Ramos 2008 to 09 • Pellegrini 2009 to 10 • Mourinho 2010 to 13 • Ancelotti 2013 to 15 • Benítez 2015 to 16 • Zidane 2016–2018 • Lopetegui 2018 • Solari 2018–2019 • Zidane 2019–

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Manchester City Football Club - Managers

Furniss (1889–93) • Parlby (1893–95) • Ormerod (1895–1902) • Maley (1902–06) • Newbould (1906–12) • Committee (1912) • Mangnall (1912–24) • Ashworth (1924–25) • Alexander/Committee (1925–26) • Hodge (1926–32) • Wild (1932–46) • Cowan (1946–47) • Wild (1947) • Thomson (1947–50) • McDowall (1950–63) • Poyser (1963–65) • Mercer (1965–71) • Committee (1965) • Allison (1971–73) • Hart (1973) • Book (1973) • Saunders (1973–74) • Book (1974–79) • Allison (1979–80) • Book (1980) • Bond (1980–83) • Benson (1983) • McNeill (1983–86) • Frizzell (1986–87) • Machin (1987–89) • Book (1989) • Kendall (1989–90) • Reid (1990–93) • Book (1993) • Horton (1993–95) • Hartford (1996) • Ball (1995–96) • Coppell (1996) • Neal (1996) • Clark (1996–98) • Royle (1998–2001) • Keegan (2001–05) • Pearce (2005–07) • Eriksson (2007–08) • Hughes (2008–09) • Mancini (2009–13) • Kidd (2013) • Pellegrini (2013–)

West Ham United Football Club - Managers

King (1901–32) • Paynter (1932–50) • Fenton (1950–61) • Greenwood (1961–74) • Lyall (1974–1989) • Macari (1989–90) • Boyce (1990c) • Bonds (1990–94) • Redknapp (1994–2001) • Roeder (2001–03) • Brooking (2003c) • Pardew (2003–06) • Curbishley (2006–08) • Keen (2008c) • Zola (2008–10) • Grant (2010–11) • Keen (2011c) • Allardyce (2011–15) • Bilić (2015–17) • Moyes (2017–18) • Pellegrini (2018–)

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