Tito Vilanova & Luis Enrique

Francesc Tito Vilanova i Bayó (17 September 1968 – 25 April 2014) was a Catalan manager and footballer who played as a central midfielder. Luis Enrique Martínez García (born 8 May 1970), known as Luis Enrique, is a Spanish retired footballer, and a current coach. 5.0/5

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Preparations begin for the derby with Espanyol: Luis Enrique and his team work out at the Tito Vilanova for the…
In the last 12years Frank Rijkaard, Pep Guardiola, Luis Enrique, Tito Vilanova and Diego Simeone have all learned how to coach and won.
I miss Tito Vilanova, what if he lived today I think that we would've won what we already won with Luis Enrique. We love you and miss you
Barcelona have announced that a pitch at the club's training ground is to be named after former coach Tito Vilanova, who died earlier this year. - Tomas: Luis Enrique's Barcelona emerging from shadow of last season Vilanova passed away in April aged just 45, after a long battle with cancer. The former Blaugrana midfielder was assistant to Pep Guardiola for four trophy-laden seasons, before taking the top job himself and guiding the team to the 2012-13 La Liga title with a record tally of 100 points. The Girona-born coach then had to step down from the position in the summer of 2013, when it became evident that it was impossible for him to continue given the gravity of his illness. His passing just months later was marked by an outpouring of grief from Blaugrana players and fans. The decision to remember Vilanova in this way was announced in a club statement released after Tuesday's board meeting at the Camp Nou. "The board gave its unanimous approval of the proposal to rename pitch number one at the Ciuta ...
'Tata' out, Barca confirm . Q: Should Barcelona have maintained their coach? . Details: Barcelona have confirmed coach Tata Martino has left the club by mutual consent. The Argentine only took over last summer but has failed to land a major trophy following a season blighted by problems off the pitch, including the controversy surrounding Neymar's move to the club, Sandro Rosell's resignation and the tragic passing of former boss Tito Vilanova late last month. Former Barca midfielder Luis Enrique is the overwhelming favourite to succeed Martino. He resigned as boss of Celta Vigo on Friday and Goal understands he is in pole position to take over at Camp Nou. Barca’s last hope of silverware in 2013/14 disappeared with Saturday’s 1-1 draw at home to Atletico Madrid. They went into the final-day contest needing a victory to land the Liga crown on a better head-to-head record than Atleti. All appeared to be going to plan when Alexis Sanchez put them in front in the first half but Diego Godin’s towering h ...
Luis Enrique has insisted that any suggestion he held talks with Barcelona about replacing Tito Vilanova were just hearsay
Empty benches at Real Madrid and Athletic de Bilbao Everyone at the Bernabéu takes it for granted that Carlo Ancelotti will replace José Mourinho and Ernesto Valverde is on the verge of becoming the first coach to occupy the bench at the new San Mamés stadium. But the simple truth is that to date, Real Madrid and Athletic are the only First Division teams in Spain that still don’t have coaches. After a successful stint with Valladolid, Miroslav Djukic, has made the leap to a big club like Valencia. The domino effect has led to Juan Ignacio Martínez who was in charge of Levante, to take over Valladolid. His place will be taken by Joaquín Caparrós. Celta are pinning their hopes on First Division debutant, Luis Enrique. At the other end of the scale is tried and tested coach, Bernd Schuster who has signed with Málaga until 2018. Jagoba Arrasate, former assistant coach at Real Sociedad, will replace Philippe Montanier as boss. Those staying where they are next season include: Tito Vilanova (Barcelona ...
Luis Enrique : "Tito Vilanova has his own touch, but the style and identity remain as the fans know and love ...
Can't help but think Luis Enrique announcing he's burnt out has something to do with him wanting the job at Barcelona from Tito Vilanova.
Luis Enrique bails out on Roma. Tito Vilanova probably called offering an assistant role on the Barça bench.
Luis Enrique has parted ways with Roma.more to follow soon. Is he going to assist Tito Vilanova?
Tito Vilanova?? i'm pretty sure Luis Enrique had an even better project in mind :(
Barcelona has set its sights on luring Athletic boss Bielsa to Camp Nou.Should the 56-year old decide to remain at San Mames, Barcelona will then seek to appoint someone from within Guardiola's inner circle, namely assistant Tito Vilanova, former B team boss Luis Enrique, who is currently in charge of Roma, or even ex-youth team coach, Oscar Garcia.
Tito Vilanova. Wonder what Luis Enrique makes of that?
More or less was expecting Tito Vilanova to take over but thought it would be to the end of the season. Luis Enrique will be long term
Tito Vilanova is officially the new coach luis enrique? HMmm
Tito Vilanova's got the barca job already... I was goin to put money on Luis Enrique lol
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