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Héctor Núñez
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Full name Héctor Núñez Bello
Date of birth May 8, 1936 (1936-05-08) (age 73)
Place of birth    Montevideo, Uruguay
Playing position Striker
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1954-1959
1959-1965
1965-1966
1966
Nacional
Valencia
Mallorca
Levante
00? 0(?)
154 (61)
00? 0(?)
00? 0(?)   
National team
1957-1959 Uruguay 007 0(0)
Teams managed
1971-1973
1975-1976
1978

1981-1983
1984
1984-1987
1989
1992
1994
1994-1997
2001
Tenerife
Real Valladolid
Atlético Madrid
Granada
Tecos UAG
Las Palmas
Rayo Vallecano
Nacional
Costa Rica
Valencia
Uruguay
Al-Nasr

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only and
correct as of October 2008.
* Appearances (Goals)

Héctor Núñez Bello (born 8 May 1936 in Montevideo) is a former Uruguayan footballer and manager. He was manager of the Uruguay squad that won Copa América 1995.

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Playing career

Núñez started his playing career at the age of 19 playing for Nacional. His good form earned him a chance to play for Uruguay, he was part of the squad for the 1959 Copa América.[1]

He moved to Spain to join Valencia, he won the Fairs Cup in two consecutive seasons with the club. Later in his career he played for Mallorca and Levante.

Titles as a player

Season Team Title
1955 Uruguay Club Nacional de Football Primera División Uruguaya
1956 Uruguay Club Nacional de Football Primera División Uruguaya
1957 Uruguay Club Nacional de Football Primera División Uruguaya
1962-63 Spain Valencia Fairs Cup
1963-64 Spain Valencia Fairs Cup

Managerial career

Núñez has worked as the manager of a considerable number of clubs in Spain, he has also managed in Mexican and Uruguayan club football. He was manager of the Costa Rica national team in 1992 and the Uruguay national team between 1994 and 1997 where he led them to the Copa América 1995 championship.

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