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Pako Ayestarán
Personal information
Full name Paco Ayestarán Barandiarán
Date of birth February 5, 1963 (1963-02-05) (age 46)
Place of birth    Spain
Playing position Physical Fitness Coach
Teams managed
2000-2001
2001-2004
2004-2007
2008-2009

2009-present

CD Tenerife (Assistant Manager)
Valencia CF (Assistant Manager)
Liverpool F.C. (Assistant Manager)
SL Benfica (Physical Fitness Coach)

Valencia CF (Physical Fitness Coach)


* Appearances (Goals)

Paco Ayestarán Barandiarán (born February 5, 1963 in Spain) was a long-serving and successful Assistant Manager to football Manager Rafael Benítez at both Liverpool FC and Valencia. He quit at the start of the 2007-08 season following an apparent disagreement[1], and was placed on gardening leave until June 30, 2008. He has since returned to Valencia.

Ayestarán was a good friend and highly trusted companion of current Liverpool Manager Benitez. Ayestaran worked with Benitez since their time together at CD Tenerife and was instrumental in planning daily training at Melwood, Liverpool's training ground, and organising the physical work and fitness training of the team. He has also won two Spanish La Liga titles alongside Benitez at Valencia.

At Liverpool

Ayestaran felt that "Training is very important, I think that no matter how fit players think they are, the same eleven can't play every game. For me, training is the most important thing. It is our job to make the players understand how important the training is and sometimes players come to me and say that they have trained too much and need to play. When they say this, you know they truly do not understand.".[2]

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Pako Ayesterán
Personal information
Date of birth February 5, 1963 (1963-02-05) (age 46)
Place of birth    Spain
Playing position Physical Fitness Coach
Teams managed
2000-2001
2001-2004
2004-2007
2008-Present
CD Tenerife (Assistant Manager)
Valencia CF (Assistant Manager)
Liverpool F.C. (Assistant Manager)
SL Benfica (Physical Fitness Coach)


* Appearances (Goals)

Pako Ayestarán (born February 5, 1963 in Spain) is the former Assistant Manager of Liverpool FC although he was still contracted to the club until June 30, 2008. He was a good friend and highly trusted companion of current Liverpool Manager Rafael Benítez. Ayestaran worked with Benitez since their time together at CD Tenerife and was instrumental in planning daily training at Melwood, Liverpool's training ground, and organising the physical work and fitness training of the team. He has also worked at Valencia, where he won two Spanish La Liga titles alongside Benitez.

At Liverpool

Ayestaran felt that "Training is very important, I think that no matter how fit players think they are, the same eleven can't play every game. For me, training is the most important thing. It is our job to make the players understand how important the training is and sometimes players come to me and say that they have trained too much and need to play. When they say this, you know they truly do not understand.".[1]

References


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