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Hércules CF

Hércules CF is a football (soccer) club from Spain.

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About Hércules CF

Hércules Club de Fútbol, S.A.D. is a Spanish football league teams based in Alicante, in the autonomous community of Valencian Community. Founded in 1922, it currently plays in the Segunda División, and holds home games at the Estadio José Rico Pérez, which seats 30,000 spectators.

History

After first appearing in La Liga in 1935–36 La Liga, Hércules would play sporadically in the category for the next forty years, playing mainly in the Segunda División but going as low as Tercera División. From 1961–69, neighbours Alicante CF acted as its Farm team.

After a ten-year spell in the topflight, encompassing 12 seasons in the 1970s/80s, the club only returned again in 1996–97 La Liga; though finally relegated, it managed two remarkable comeback wins over FC Barcelona, which ultimately handed over the league title to Real Madrid C.F..

In 2004–05 Segunda División B, after five years in the Segunda División B, Hércules finished second, being subsequently promoted to the second level. After posting three consecutive solid seasons, the club would narrowly miss on a return to the top division in 2008–09 Segunda División, finishing fourth, three points behind last-promotee CD Tenerife.

In 2010–11 La Liga, one year, three months and 19 days after FC Barcelona's last home defeat in the league, Hércules recorded a shock 2–0 win at the Camp Nou, thanks to a brace from Paraguayan Nelson Haedo Valdez. Barça had won their last 11 home matches, scored at least three times in each of their last six league fixtures and were protecting a 17-game unbeaten streak. Amazingly, however, this was the Alicante outfit’s third successive win over the Catalonia side, having won both meetings in their last league campaign 1996–97 La Liga. After a solid first round of 19 matches, the team slumped in the table, eventually ranking in 19th position for an immediate relegation back.

Season to season



- 40 seasons in Segunda División
- 11 seasons in Segunda División B
- 7 seasons in Tercera División

The numbers are established according to the official website:

As of 8 September, 2011.
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Notable players

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- Raúl Castronovo
- Eduardo Commisso
- Siro Maximiliano Darino
- Joaquín Irigoytia
- Mario Kempes
- Ariel López
- Pedro Morant
- Geronimo Saccardi
- Miguel Santoro
- Rolando Schiavi
- Alfonso Troisi
- Željko Adžić
- Peter Artner
- Mehmed Janjoš
- Waldo Machado da Silva
- Rónald Gómez
- Alejandro Morera Soto
- Janko Janković
- Miodrag Kustudić
- Dubravko Pavličić
- Josip Višnjić
- Sandro Mendes
- Jacinto Ela
- Ludovic Butelle
- David Trezeguet
- Gaëtan Huard
- Joachin Yaw Acheampong
- Peter Lübeke
- Jorge Roldán
- José Roberto Figueroa
- Sandor Müller
- Antal Nagy (footballer born 1944)
- Pétur Pétursson
- Damiano Longhi
- Aarón Galindo
- Peter Rufai
- Kiran Bechan
- Royston Drenthe
- Blas Pérez
- Nelson Haedo Valdez
- Julio Irrazábal
- Líder Mármol
- Humberto de la Cruz Núñez Cubillas
- Flavio Maestri
- Juan Carlos Mariño
- José Manuel Velásquez
- Jan Tomaszewski
- Andrey Mokh
- Nenad Djukanovic
- Ranko Golijanin
- Predrag Stanković
- Milan Osterc
- Ionel Dănciulescu
- Cristian Pulhac
- Manolo Alfaro
- Luis Aragonés
- David Castedo
- Álvaro Cervera
- Josep Maria Fusté
- Salvador García (footballer)
- Javier Sánchez Broto
- Nemanja Miljanović
- Kossi Agassa
- Gonzalo de los Santos
- Jimmy Schmidt
- Ljubomir Vorkapić
(1930–31)
- Walter Harris (manager) (1931–33)
- Lippo Hertzka (1932–34)
- Manuel Suárez de Begoña (1933–36)
- Luis Surruca (1939)
- Francisco Gamborena (1939–40)
- José Quirante (1939–40)
- Manuel Olivares Lapeña (1940–42)
- Teodoro Mauri (1941–42)
- Manuel Maciá Gómez (1943–44)
- Francisco Pagaza-Urtundua González-Murrieta (1944–46)
- Luis Urquiri (1945–48)
- Gaspar Rubio (1948–50)
- Antonio Bonet (1950–51)
- Edmundo Suárez (1951–52)
- Gaspar Rubio (1952–53)
- La Riva (1952–53)
- Llopis (1952–53)
- Pina (futbolista) (1952–53)
- Amadeo Sánchez (1953–54)
- Patricio Caicedo (1954–56)
- José Iraragorri (1955–56)
- Amadeo Sánchez (1956–57)
- Gallart (1957–58)
- Echezarreta (1958–59)
- Sierra (1958–59)
- Álvaro Pérez Vázquez (1959–60)
- Satur Grech (1960–61)
- Diego Lozano (1961–62)
- Carlos Iturraspe (1961–63)
- José Bermúdez (1962–65)
- Pepe Millán (1964–65)
- Luis Belló (1965–66)
- Vicente Dauder (1966–67)
- Eduardo Toba (1966–68)
- Sergio Rodríguez (entrenador) (1967–68)
- Antoni Ramallets (1967–68)
- Álvaro Pérez Vázquez (1968–69)
- Luis Ortega (1968–69)
- Vicente Barberá (1968–69)
- César Rodríguez Álvarez (1969–71)
- Miguel González Pérez (1970–71)
- Sandor Kocsis (1970–71)
- Ignacio Eizaguirre Arregui (1971–72)
- Mariano Vivancos Sánchez (interim) (1971–72)
- José Valera Nocera (1971–72)
- Janos Kalmar (1972–73)
- Arsenio Iglesias Pardo (1973–77)
- Felipe Mesones Temperán (1977–78)
- Benito Joanet Jiménez (1977–80)
- Luis María Aguirre Vidaurrázaga (1979–82)
- Francisco García Gómez (1982–83)
- Humberto de la Cruz Núñez Cubillas (interim) (1982–83)
- Pachín (1982–84)
- Humberto de la Cruz Núñez Cubillas (interim) (1983–84)
- Carlos Jurado (1983–85)
- Humberto de la Cruz Núñez Cubillas (interim) (1984–85)
- Antonio Torres García (1984–86)
- Manuel José Villanova Rebollar (1985–86)
- Alberto Ormaetxea (1986–87)
- García Traid (1986–87)
- José Manuel Delgado Rivera (1986–88)
- Benito Joanet (1987–88)
- José Martínez Palomar (1988–89)
- Marcel Domingo (1988–89)
- José Ramón Rodríguez Pérez (1989–90)
- Juan Antonio Carcelén García (1989–90)
- José Víctor Rodríguez de Miguel (1990–91)
- Vicente Carlos Campillo (1991–92)
- Quique Hernández (1992–94)
- Felipe Mesones Temperán (1994–95)
- Humberto de la Cruz Núñez Cubillas (interim) (1995–96)
- Manuel Jiménez González (1994–96)
- Ivan Brzić (1996–97)
- Quique Hernández (1996–98)
- David Vidal Tomé (1997–98)
- Sergio Egea Rueda (1998–99)
- Miguel Ángel Alonso (1998–99)
- Manuel Jiménez González (1998–2000)
- Teodoro Rastrojo Méndez & Vicente Russo Sellés (1999–2000)
- Miquel Corominas (2000–01)
- Joaquín Carbonell Barberá (2000–01)
- Álvaro Pérez Domínguez (2001–02)
- Felipe Miñambres & Ernesto Llobregat Pérez (2001–02)
- Felipe Miñambres (2002–03)
- Josip Višnjić (2002–03)
- José Carlos Granero Granero (2003–05)
- Javier Subirats (interim) (2004–05)
- Juan Carlos Mandiá (2004–06)
- Francisco Gabriel Escudero Martínez (interim) (2005–06)
- José Bordalás Jiménez (2005–07)
- Josu Uribe (2006–07)
- Francisco Gabriel Escudero Martínez (2006–07)
- Andoni Goikoetxea Olaskoaga (2007–08)
- Juan Carlos Mandiá (2008–09)
- Esteban Vigo (2009–2011)
- Miroslav Đukić (2011–2011)
- Juan Carlos Mandiá (2011-)
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