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Francisco Jémez Martín (born April 18, 1970 in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria), aka Paco, is a former Spanish footballer, who played as a central defender, and a current coach.

Football career

During his career, Paco played for Córdoba CF (1989–91), Real Murcia (1991–92), Rayo Vallecano (1992–93, first appearing in La Liga and playing in all 38 matches of the season), Deportivo de La Coruña (1993–98, only appearing in ten matches combined in his first two seasons, as Depor achieved two consecutive runner-up spots, being more used afterwards) and Real Zaragoza (1998–2004, after 168 league games with one goal for the Aragonese outfit, which he helped to the 2001 Spanish Cup). From January-June 2004 he returned to Rayo, now in the second level.

During almost three years (first game on September 23, 1998, in a friendly match against Russia, in Granada), Paco played 21 times for the Spanish national team, and was a participant at UEFA Euro 2000.

In 2006, Jémez took up coaching, first with lowly RSD Alcalá. He moved to the second division the following season, with Córdoba, being sacked with 11 matches to go.

In early 2009, Jémez moved to FC Cartagena, ultimately being the coach that earned the Murcia outfit a first ever promotion to the "silver category". He left the club in the following July.

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