kidzsearch.com > wiki   Explore:web images videos games  

Joaquín Peiró




KidzSearch Safe Wikipedia for Kids.
Jump to: navigation, search
Joaquín Peiró
Joaquín Peiró 1962.jpg
Peiró in 1962
Personal information
Full nameJoaquín Peiró Lucas
Date of birth29 January 1936(1936-01-29)
Place of birthMadrid, Spain
Date of death18 March 2020(2020-03-18) (aged 84)
Place of deathMadrid, Spain
Height1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing positionMidfielder
Youth career
Atlético Madrid
Covadonga (loan)
Tolosa (loan)
→ Jusa (loan)
→ Ferroviaria (loan)
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1954–1962Atlético Madrid166(95)
1954–1955Murcia (loan)22(15)
1962–1964Torino46(10)
1964–1966Inter Milan25(8)
1966–1970Roma103(21)
1970–1971Atlético Madrid3(0)
Total365(149)
National team
1959Spain U211(0)
1956–1959Spain B5(5)
1956–1966Spain12(5)
Teams managed
1978–1985Atlético Madrileño
1985–1988Granada
1988–1989Figueres
1990Atlético Madrid
1992–1993Murcia
1997–1998Badajoz
1998–2003Málaga
2003–2004Murcia
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Joaquín Peiró Lucas (29 January 1936 – 18 March 2020) was a Spanish footballer and manager. He played as an attacking midfielder.

Peiró was born in Madrid. He played Atlético Madrid, where he would start and end his professional career. For Atlético, he played 166 La Liga games and scored 95 goals, over eight seasons. He moved to played for Italian clubs Torino, Inter Milan and Roma. He won a number of honours with Inter, including two Serie A titles and a European Cup in 1965. He played for the Spanish national team in two FIFA World Cups.

After retiring from playing, Peiró moved into management. He managed Granada, Figueres, Atlético Madrid, Murcia, Badajoz and Málaga. He guided Málaga to La Liga promotion after winning the Segunda División in 1999.

Peiró died in Madrid on 18 March 2020, at the age of 84.[1]

Honours

Player

Murcia

Atlético Madrid

Inter

Roma

Manager

Málaga

References

Other websites