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|Full name||Luis Ángel Duque Mata|
|Date of birth||31 October 1953|
|Place of birth||Madrid, Spain|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Born in Madrid, Duque began his managerial career with CD Leganés' youth setup, being promoted to the main squad in 1989. After taking the club to Segunda División and narrowly avoiding relegation in the 1994–95 campaign, he was appointed Getafe CF manager in December 1995.
Duque subsequently suffered relegation with Geta in June of the following year, and was relieved from his in May 1997, with the side already out of the promotion zones. In 1999, he was appointed at the helm of Real Ávila CF, and subsequently managed SD Compostela and Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa, all in Segunda División B.
In the 2005 summer Duque returned to his first club Leganés, managing the side during the most of the 2005–06 campaign. He was later the club's sports director, eventually returning as manager in July 2009.
On 22 March 2010 Duque stepped down as manager, returning to his previous position. He left Lega in the end of the season.
- Duque, nuevo entrenador del Getafe (Duque, new manager of Getafe); El País, 28 December 1995 (in Spanish)
- Luis Angel Duque, nuevo entrenador (Luis Angel Duque, new manager); Diario AS, 2 February 2004 (in Spanish)
- Luis Angel Duque, entrenador del Almería, destituido (Luis Angel Duque, Almería manager, sacked); Nación, 5 April 2004 (in Spanish)
- El Leganés presenta a su nueva presidenta y al técnico Luis Ángel Duque (Leganés presents their president and manager Luis Ángel Duque); La Información, 13 July 2009 (in Spanish)
- Luis Ángel Duque deja de entrenar al Leganés y vuelve al cargo de director deportivo (Luis Ángel Duque leaves Leganés' manager post and returns to sports director job); Marca, 22 March 2010 (in Spanish)
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