Spanish La Liga latest managers list (updated)

Below the latest update for the list of Spanish La Liga Managers for 2009-10 season:

AlmeriaJuan Manuel Lillo (Spain :: November 2, 1965 :: since Dec 2009)

Athletic Bilbao: Joaquín Caparrós (Spain :: October 13, 1955 :: since 2007)

Atlético Madrid: Quique Sanchez Flores (Spain :: February 2, 1965 :: since Oct 2009)

Barcelona: Josep Guardiola (Spain :: January 18, 1971 :: since June 2008)

Deportivo La Coruña: Miguel Ángel Lotina (Spain :: June 18, 1957 :: since 2007)

Espanyol: Mauricio Pochettino (Argentina :: March 1972 :: since Jan 2009)

Getafe: Michel (Spain :: March 23, 1963 :: since April 2009)

Málaga: Juan Ramón Muñiz (Spain :: November 2, 1968 :: since 2009)

Mallorca: Gregorio Manzano (Spain :: March 11, 1956 :: since Feb 2006)

Osasuna: José Antonio Camacho (Spain :: June 8, 1955 :: since Oct 2008)

Racing Santander: Miguel Angel Portugal Vicario (Spain :: November 28, 1955 :: since Nov 2009)

Real Madrid: Manuel Pellegrini (Chile :: September 16, 1953 :: since June 2009)

Sevilla: Manolo Jiménez (Spain January 21, 1964 :: since Oct 2007)

Sporting Gijón: Manuel Preciado (Spain :: August 28, 1957 :: since 2006)

Tenerife: José Luis Oltra (Spain :: March 24, 1969 :: since

Valencia: Unai Emery (Spain :: November 3, 1971 :: since 2008)

Valladolid: José Luis Mendilíbar (Spain :: March 14, 1961 :: since 2006)

Villarreal: Ernesto Valverde (Spain :: February 9, 1964 :: since June 2009)

Xerez: Jose Angel Ziganda (Spain :: October 1, 1966 :: since July 2009)

Zaragoza: Jose Aurelio Gay (Spain :: December 10, 1965 :: since Dec 2009)

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