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Barcelona next permanent manager odds

Barcelona next permanent manager odds

FC Barcelona next manager after Quique Setién

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Barcelona – Quique Setién

Until recently Quique Setien might not have been a familiar name to football fans outside Spain. Now, the 61-year-old Santander-born manager has just completed his dream move to take charge of Barcelona.

Setien is very much in the mould of Barca managers in recent years. A Spaniard with a relatively himble recent past, Setien favours a sophisticated passing game which more than chimes with Barca fans' desires to see slick, attacking and cultured football played at the Camp Nou.

Setien played 204 games for Racing Santander in his playing days. A centre-midfielder by trade, Setien started his career with the club and spent eight years in total in their ranks. He scored 43 goals in this time, a sizable return which impressed Atletico Madrid who seized the opportunity to sign him in 1995.

He won the only honour, as a player or a manager, of his career so far when Atleti triumphed in the Supercopa de Espana in his very first game with the club. In total, Setien played 73 time for the club and scored seven times.

He then moved to Lorones and then Santander once more before a very brief stint Levante proved the final bookend of his playing career. As a manager, Setien returned to Racing Santander in 2001. He spent a season with the club before a spell with Poli Ejido, a now defunct team that played in the lower leagues of Spain.

From there, Setien joined Lugo where he stayed for six years. This was his longest spell as a manager and it is easy to see why. The brand of football he was playing with the club seemed much greater than their lowly league status dictated. It was enough to earn him a move to Las Palmas in 2015 where he really began to make a name for himself, leading the Canary Islands club to safety in La Liga before departing with his head held high.

Soon after, Setien was hired by Seville club Real Betis. There he continued to play beautiful football and achieved a 6th place finish in Spain's top flight, Betis's best finish in several years. He was linked with a move to Barcelona earlier this year after leaving Betis, but ultimately nothing came of it. He has spoken wholeheartedly about his dep admiration for Lionel Messi and he will be hoping to inspire the leading man to his best form.

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