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Unai Emery is a Spanish manager who has been in charge of Sevilla since 2013. The affable 44-year-old is famed for his man management, intensity, and meticulous preparation, which have in turn taken him far in the managerial arena.

Emery started life out at Lorca Deportiva in 2004, moving to Almeria in 2006, before earning a big move to Valenica two years later. Under financial restrictions Emery, in his second season, led Los Che back into the Champions League after registering a 3rd-place finish - a standing he repeated in the following two campaign.

A brief and unsuccessful spell in Russia, with Spartak Moscow, followed, only top return to Spain in early 2013 with Sevilla. Emery has enjoyed great success with the club, leading them to back-to-back Europa League crowns - a tally he'll be looking to enhance to three in 2015/16.

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TeamWDLWIN%
Paris Saint Germain0000
Sevilla107435552.2
Spartak Moscow1231146.2
Valencia107585548.6
Almeria39202546.4
Lorca34162048.6
TOTAL29914016649.4

Unai Emery Quotes

It has been a lot of work. The whole side worked very well. We'™ve had difficulties in all of the games. At half-time, we spoke about how this competition takes a lot out of you, and that we had to wait for our moment. We deserve this. We have to enjoy it.


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Emery has proved himself with both valencia and current club Sevilla, with whom he's led to a brace of Europa League crowns. The Spaniard has been hotly linked with a move to the Premier League, but for the time being he appears to be more than happy in south Spain, where his profile will continue to grow so long as he keeps on hoisting silverware.

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