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Manuel Pellegrini is the manager of Hebei China Fortune, a position he took up in late August 2016.

Pellegrini is a vastly experienced manager from Chile, Manuel Pellegrini is on the market again after leaving Man City in the summer of 2016. A calm and dignified manager, Pellegrini enjoyed success at City during his three year spell, leaving the Etihad Stadium as a popular gaffer.

Pellegrini has also had spells at Real Madrid and Villarreal in Spain with plenty of success and has picked up trophies in his native South America as well as in England.

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Managerial Career

TeamWDLWIN%
Manchester City99293959.3
Malaga53304641.1
Real Madrid365775
Villarreal123726447.5
River Plate ARG--- Unknown ---
San Lorenzo ARG--- Unknown ---
LDU Quito--- Unknown ---
Palestino CHI--- Unknown ---
Universidad Catolica--- Unknown ---
O'Higgins--- Unknown ---
Palestino CHI--- Unknown ---
Universidad de Chile--- Unknown ---
TOTAL31113615651.6

Manuel Pellegrini Quotes

If you want to say i was a disaster of a player then say it. But give me another disaster of a player who played almost 500 games across 14 years.


Im not interested in external ego but internal satisfaction. I am not interested just in easy glory but in constructing something together. We are trying to build a project that is not just short term.


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The Sack Race's Opinion

A class act and a top class manager, Pellegrini has proven himself a success at Man City and he is sure to be back in the dugout soon.

Not necessarily a 'sexy' manager, Pellegrini does have an excellent CV and he remains one of the best and most experienced in the game.

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