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José Enrique Díaz
Personal information
Full name José Enrique Díaz Barrera
Date of birth (1953-04-07) 7 April 1953 (age 68)
Place of birth Seville, Spain
Teams managed
Years Team
1984–1986 Betis Deportivo
1986–1989 Sanluqueño
1989–1990 Granada
1991 Mérida
1991–1992 Xerez
1992 Mérida
1992–1993 Badajoz
1993–1994 Levante
1994–1995 Almería
1995–1996 Écija
1997 Levante
1998 Xerez
2000 Cultural Leonesa
2000–2001 Ceuta
2001–2002 Cádiz
2003 Ceuta
2007–2008 Ceuta

José Enrique Díaz Barrera (born 7 April 1953) is a Spanish football manager.

Managerial career

Born in Seville, Andalusia, Díaz made his managerial debut with Betis Deportivo, and achieved promotion to Segunda División B in 1985. After stints at Atlético Sanluqueño CF, Granada CF, CP Mérida and Xerez CD in division three, he was returned to Mérida in 1992, with the club now in Segunda División.

In the 1992 summer Díaz was named CD Badajoz manager. In 1994, after a year at Levante UD, he was appointed at the helm of UD Almería and led the club to its first promotion to the second level ever.

Díaz subsequently managed Écija Balompié and Levante in the second level, being sacked by the latter on 24 November 1997.[1] He resumed his career in the third level, managing Xerez, Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa,[2] AD Ceuta (three spells)[3] and Cádiz CF; he was also Andalusia Football Federation's manager for eight years.[4]


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