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Luis Miró

Luis Miró
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Full nameLuis Miró Doñate
Date of birthMarch 3, 1913
Place of birthBarcelona, Spain
Date of deathSeptember 15, 1991
Place of deathBarcelona, Spain
Playing positionGoalkeeper, manager
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1939-1943FC Barcelona50(0)
Teams managed
1952-1953Sabadell
1953-1956Real Valladolid
1956-1958Valencia CF
1959Celta de Vigo
1959-1961Sevilla FC
1961FC Barcelona
1962-1963Olympique de Marseille
1964-1965A.S. Roma
1965-1966CD Málaga
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Luis Miró Doñate (born March 3, 1913; died September 15, 1991[1]) was a Spanish footballer and coach. As a player Miró played for FC Barcelona.

He then coached several teams in Spain, such as Sabadell,[2] Valencia CF, Sevilla FC[3] and former club FC Barcelona. He had then short spells abroad with Olympique de Marseille and A.S. Roma, before coming back in Spain with CD Málaga.

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  • La Liga player stats
  • La Liga manager stats
  • Profile
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