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Jesús Tartilán

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Jesús Tartilán
Personal information
Full name Jesús Tartilán Requejo
Date of birth (1940-08-02) 2 August 1940 (age 80)
Place of birth Lugo, Spain
Position(s) Midfielder
Youth career
Ponferradina
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1960–1961 Ponferradina 1 (0)
1961–1963 Betis 0 (0)
1962–1963Cultural Leonesa (loan)
1963–1964 Cádiz 1 (0)
1964–1965 Espanyol 2 (0)
1965–1966 Hospitalet 9 (0)
1966–1967 Ponferradina 2 (0)
1967–1968 Melilla
1968–1969 Cleveland Stokers 29 (0)
Teams managed
1978–1979 Cacabelense
1979–1982 Cultural Leonesa
1985–1986 Ponferradina
1988 Racing Ferrol
1989–1991 Ponferradina
1991 Numancia
1992–1993 Atlético Madrid B
1993–1994 Ponferradina
1998–2000 Ponferradina
2001 Ponferradina
2007 Ponferradina
2009 Ponferradina
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Jesús Tartilán Requejo (born 2 August 1940) is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a midfielder, and a current coach.

Playing career

Born in Lugo, Galicia, Tartilán was a SD Ponferradina youth graduate, and made his senior debuts in 1960. In the following year, he moved to Real Betis in La Liga, but failed to appear in any official matches for the club, being also loaned to Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa in 1962.

In 1963, Tartilán moved to Segunda División with Cádiz CF. He made his professional debut on 23 February 1964, starting in a 1–2 away loss against CA Ceuta; it was his maiden appearance for the club.

In the 1964, summer Tartilán joined RCD Espanyol, and made his top level debut on 7 February 1965, playing the full 90 minutes in a 4–2 home win against Real Zaragoza. He left the Pericos in June, and subsequently represented CE L'Hospitalet, Ponferradina, UD Melilla and Cleveland Stokers, retiring with the latter in 1969.[1]

Post-playing career

Tartilán started his managerial career at UD Cacabelense in 1978, and was also at the helm of Cultural Leonesa in the following year. With the latter, he remained three seasons in Segunda División B, until being sacked in 1982.

Tartilán was subsequently manager of SD Ponferradina in seven occasions, only split by a spell at CD Numancia in 1991.[2][3][4]

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