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Fernando Castro Santos
Personal information
Full name Fernando Castro Santos
Date of birth February 20, 1952 (1952-02-20) (age 57)
Place of birth    Pontevedra, Spain
Teams managed
1983-1988
1988-1995
1995-1997
1997-1998
1998-1999
1999-2000
2000-2002
2002-2003
2003-2004
2004-2006
2006-2007
2007-2008
Pontevedra
Compostela
Celta Vigo
SC Braga
Sevilla
Tenerife
Polideportivo Ejido
SC Braga
Córdoba
Almería
Vecindario
Polideportivo Ejido


* Appearances (Goals)

Fernando Castro Santos born on 20 February, 1952 in Pontevedra, Spain is a Spanish football manager who has managed in his homeland of spain as well as in Portugal. He started his managerial career with Pontevedra before moving to Compostela in which he managed for seven years as well he achieved promotion to La Liga in which now he is regarded as one of the greatest managhers of all time of Compostela because when he took over the club was playing in the Tercera División and in six years managed promotion to the La Liga. In the 1994/95 season in the first division he led the club to 16th place and just avoided relegation but at the end of the season he left the club to join Spanish giants Celta Vigo. In his first season with Celta Vigo he managed a mid table 11th place finish and in the following season his side just avoided relegation and this led to the sacking of Castro Santos. In the following season he went to manage in the Portuguese Liga of rising club SC Braga in which he finished 10th place but also managed to get SC Braga in the cup final were they lost 3-1 to FC Porto. At the end of the season he was sacked. Over the next season of 1998/99 he managed Sevilla but returned back Portugal to manage SC Braga again in the 2002/03 season but only managed a 14th place finish and was eventually sacked. He has also managed other smaller spainish teams which include Tenerife, Polideportivo Ejido, Córdoba, Almería and Vecindario.

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