Alberto Rujana

Alberto Rujana Perdomo (born 29 March 1955) is a Lebanese Colombian football manager. He was lately the manager of Llaneros F.C.[4] from the Categoría Primera B until October 2013.

Alberto Rujana
Personal information
Full name Alberto Rujana Perdomo
Date of birth (1955-03-29) 29 March 1955 (age 65)
Place of birth Beirut, Lebanon
Teams managed
Years Team
1991 Once Caldas (assistant)[1]
1992–1995 Atlético Huila
1996–1998 Once Caldas (assistant)[2]
1999 Unión Minas
2001–2002 Real Cartagena
2002 Maracaibo
2009–2010 Maracaibo
2010 FAS
2011–2012 Academia (assistant)[3]
2012–2013 Llaneros

Managerial careerEdit

Rujana studied around six months in Italy, with teams as AC Milan and Internazionale.[5] The first professional team in which he worked as manager was Atlético Huila, team with which won the 1992 Categoría Primera B season in his first year at the club. On 1999, he becomes manager of Peruvian club Unión Minas. For the 2001, he returns to Colombia, where becomes manager of Real Cartagena, and the next year is hired by Unión Atlético Maracaibo of Venezuela.

In July 2010, he becomes manager of Salvadoran club C.D. FAS, but is fired three months later. In July 2012, he is contracted by the recently founded Categoría Primera B club Llaneros F.C., however he resigned in October 2013.

Personal lifeEdit

Rujana was born in Beirut, Lebanon, from Syrian-Lebanese parents. From a family of 12 children, they moved to Vegalarga, a town in Huila. There, they hispanicized their names and changed their surnames Rujana Perdomo. Rujana is a graduate of the South Colombian University, where he studied Licenciatura en Educación Básica, con énfasis en Educación Física, Recreación y Deportes (Bachelor of Primary Education with emphasis on Physical Education, Recreation and Sports).[1]

HonoursEdit

Atlético Huila

Managerial statisticsEdit

As of 22 October 2013
Team Nation From To Record
G W D L Win %
Atlético Huila Colombia 1 January 1992 30 December 1995 148 50 46 52 033.78
Unión Minas Peru 1 January 1999 30 December 1999 44 13 14 17 029.55
Real Cartagena Colombia 1 January 2001 30 July 2002 66 15 21 30 022.73
Maracaibo Venezuela 1 August 2002[6] 6 October 2002[7] 9 2 4 3 022.22
Maracaibo Venezuela 1 July 2009 30 June 2010 32 9 7 16 028.13
FAS El Salvador 1 July 2010 20 September 2010 12 2 4 6 016.67
Llaneros Colombia 1 July 2012 31 October 2013 70 23 18 29 032.86
Total 381 114 114 153 029.92

BooksEdit

  • Rujana, Alberto. Cómo llegar al pressing –un sistema para no dejar pensar–.
  • Rujana, Alberto. Los espacios en la zona pressing.
  • Rujana, Alberto. Método y eficiencia en el fútbol.
  • Rujana, Alberto. Juegos aplicados a la zona.
  • Rujana, Alberto. El fútbol que no sabemos.

Source: [8]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Alberto Rujana, la soledad del éxito". El Tiempo. 1992.
  2. ^ "Alberto Rujana's profile". worldfootball.net.
  3. ^ "Alberto Rujana Perdomo's profile". Footballzz.co.uk.
  4. ^ Alberto Rujana at Soccerway
  5. ^ Flores, Ricardo (2010). "El Colombiano Alberto Rujana es el nuevo Técnico de nuestra institución..." Club Deportivo FAS.
  6. ^ "La paridad es la consigna". TalCualDigital.com. 2002.
  7. ^ "Deportivo Táchira sorprendió a Estudiantes en el derby andino". El Universal. 2002. Archived from the original on 24 September 2015.
  8. ^ Castañeda, Heliodoro (2012). "Alberto Rujana será el primer DT de Llaneros". Torneo Postobón. Archived from the original on 6 March 2013.

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