Manuel García Calderón
|Full name||Manuel García Calderón García Rama|
|Date of birth||28 September 1953|
|Place of birth||Madrid, Spain|
|Real Madrid (youth)|
Born in Madrid, García Calderón made his managerial debuts with Real Madrid's youth system. In 1996, he was appointed CD Toledo manager in Segunda División, after previous stints at CD Numancia and CD San Fernando; while in charge he only suffered two defeats, and his side finished 9th.
In August 1997, after suffering team relegation with SD Huesca, García Calderón was named Getafe CF manager. He was relieved from his duties in April of the following year, after losing his last three games.
García Calderón subsequently managed Algeciras CF, AD Alcorcón and CD Móstoles, all in Segunda División B. On 28 June 2006 he was appointed at the helm of CD Illescas, being sacked on 7 November of the following year.
On 18 June 2008 García Calderón returned to his former club Getafe, being appointed manager of the reserves. He was relieved from his duties on 9 January 2009, after achieving five consecutive defeats.
In 2014 García Calderón was named manager of the newly formed CD Móstoles B.
- García Calderón será el entrenador del Illescas la próxima temporada (García Calderón will be the manager of Illescas in the following season); ABC, 28 June 2006 (in Spanish)
- García Calderón no sigue en el Illescas (García Calderón will not continue at Illescas); Diario Sur, 7 November 2007 (in Spanish)
- Manuel García Calderón, nuevo entrenador del filial del Getafe CF (Manuel García Calderón, new manager of Getafe CF's reserves) Archived 2015-04-02 at the Wayback Machine; JoinFutbol, 18 June 2008 (in Spanish)
- El Getafe pide a Boca que pague por el Pato (Getafe wants Boca to pay for Pato); Diario AS, 9 January 2009 (in Spanish)
- Entrevista a Manuel García-Calderón, entrenador del C.D. Móstoles URJC "B" (Temporada 2014/15) (Interview to Manuel García-Calderón, manager of C.D. Móstoles URJC "B" (2014/15 season)); FutMadrid, 13 February 2015 (in Spanish)
- Manuel García Calderón manager profile at BDFutbol
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