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Luis Sánchez Duque (born 13 November 1956), known as Sánchez Duque, is a Spanish football manager.

Sánchez Duque
Personal information
Full name Luis Sánchez Duque
Date of birth (1956-11-13) 13 November 1956 (age 62)
Place of birth Getafe, Spain
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1984–1988 Getafe Deportivo
Teams managed
1993–1995 Getafe
1995–1997 Leganés
1997 Albacete
1998–1999 Leganés
1999–2000 Toledo
2001 Córdoba
2001–2002 Numancia
2004–2005 Tomelloso
2005–2007 Valencia B
2007 Valencia (assistant)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Manager careerEdit

Born in Getafe, Madrid, Sánchez Duque began his managerial career with Getafe CF in 1993, after already representing the club's predecessor as a player in the 80's. He achieved a promotion to Segunda División in his first season in charge, but was sacked in May 1995.

Sánchez Duque was subsequently appointed CD Leganés manager, managing to stay two seasons in the second level. In the 1997 summer he was named Albacete Balompié manager, but was relieved from his duties in October.

In December 1999, after one season back at Leganés, Sánchez Duque was appointed at the helm of CD Toledo. He eventually left the club in the following year, after suffering team relegation.

On 23 December 2000 Sánchez Duque was appointed Córdoba CF manager.[1] On 1 March of the following year, after only eight matches, he was sacked.[2]

On 27 November 2001 Sánchez Duque joined CD Numancia.[3] On 17 February 2002 he was sacked, shortly after confirming his continuity in a press conference.[4]

Sánchez Duque subsequently managed Tomelloso CF and Valencia CF Mestalla, being later assistant of the latter's main squad. He stepped down from his job in April 2007, after suffering a cardiac arrhythmia.[5]


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