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The former coach of Spain, Luis Aragones has passed on at the age of 75. He passed on this morning in a Madrid clinic.
Aragones was in charge of the triumphant Spanish side at Euro 2008. He had coached Athletico Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia in the past.
During his coaching career, he was dubbed ‘The Wise Man from Hortaleza’
He played more than 370 games for Atletico, winning three La Liga titles from 1966 to 1973 and lifting the Pichichi prize for top scorer in 1969-70.
He also had 11 caps for Spain.
He coached Fenerbahce for the 2008-09 season.
He won nine titles as a coach with Barca and Atletico.
The football world will definitely miss him as we expect teams to file out in black armbands this weekend in honour of the great man
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