Carlos de los Cobos

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Carlos de los Cobos

Mexican former football player add

Category: Football

Born in 1958.

Countries: El Salvador (50%), United States (25%), Mexico (25%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Frank Klopas, Carlos Munoz (Mexican footballer)

Linked to: Midfielder, Mexico national football team




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Carlos de los Cobos was born in 1958 add something


Carlos Munoz (Mexican footballer) - He was considered one of the best midfielders in Mexico, and remained that until the arrival of Carlos de los Cobos, who began to take his place for the Mexican national team in 1995


He managed to advance El Salvador to the Hexagonal which is the final qualifying round for CONCACAF. El Salvador had not qualified to the Hexagonal since the 1998 World Cup qualifying add something


In 2002, Mexican team manager Ricardo Lavolpe designated him as the Under-23 national team coach, participating in 2002 Central American and Caribbean Games held in San Salvador, El Salvador, the Mexican team finished in second place after being defeated in the Final by the home team, El Salvador add something


On August 26, 2006 De Los Cobos was appointed coach of the El Salvador national football team add something


On 14 December 2009, De los Cobos announced he would not continue as the manager of the Salvadoran national team after the end of his contract add something


Having missed the playoffs for just the second time in club history in 2010 and sitting near the bottom of the league with a 1-4-6 record, De Los Cobos was dismissed on May 30, 2011 and replaced by Frank Klopas add something


On January 8, 2010, it was declared that Carlos de los Cobos was the new coach for the Chicago Fire add something


Frank Klopas - He was appointed the Fire's interim manager following the dismissal of Carlos de los Cobos on May 30, 2011