Alberto Aguiar de Luque

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Alberto Aguiar de Luque (130468075)
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Personal Information
Full name Alberto Aguiar de Luque
Nickname Aguiar de Luque
Age69 years and 25 days
Region  Canarias
Country  España
PositionCoach, former forward
Current team España La Ciutat C.F.
Senior Career
Seasons (Global)TeamAppearances(Goals)
18 (30) - 24 (36)España La Ciutat C.F.97(58)
Teams Managed
25 (37) - 35 (47)España La Ciutat C.F.

Appearances and goals counted for competitive matches only.

Alberto Aguiar de Luque is a Spanish coach and former forward in Hattrick.

Biography[edit]

Aguiar de Luque is one of the La Ciutat C.F. legends both as a player and as a coach. He was one of the original squad members and played for the club all his senior career, where he became an undisputed forward in competitive matches. He won the first club Top Scorer and his only individual trophy on season 23 (35) scoring 19 goals in 14 matches.

Two seasons after Aguiar de Luque replaced Iván Prieto. He became the first coach raised in this team and the club achieved the Fully Home-grown Team consideration. Although Aguiar de Luque only won one VIII series trophy, he promoted the club to the VI series and maintained it for more than one season.

After ten seasons coaching, he retired at the age of 44.

Honours[edit]

Division VIII.PNG Division IX.PNG Division X.PNG Topscorer IX.PNG

Player[edit]

Club[edit]

La Ciutat C.F.

Individual[edit]

  • 1  España IX.336 Top Scorer: Season 23 (35)

Coach[edit]

La Ciutat C.F.

Trivia[edit]


Preceded by
Iván Prieto
Seasons ? - 24 (36)
Coach of La Ciutat C.F.
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Seasons 25 (37) - 35 (47)
Succeeded by
Manolo Parrilla
Seasons 36 (48) -


Players of La Ciutat C.F.
Coaches Marco Magro · Iván Prieto · Alberto Aguiar de Luque
Original Squad Alberto Aguiar de Luque · Juan Antonio Balsalobre · Simón Fernández · David Tirado
Promoted and retired in the club Josep Joan Costa · Antonio Echavarría · Santiago Goicoa · Xacobe Meira · Kiko Zahonero
Promoted and transferred to other clubs Tarsaci Castellar · Diego Molins · Jordi Olivet