Enrique "Quique" Sánchez Flores born 5 February 1965) is a Spanish former footballer who played as a right back, and the current manager of RCD Espanyol.
He began his professional career with Valencia in 1984, going on to amass La Liga totals of 304 games and 16 goals over the course of 12 seasons and also appearing for Real Madrid and Zaragoza in the competition, retiring in 1997. Internationally, he represented Spain at under-18, under-21 and under-23 levels, appearing with the senior side at the 1990 World Cup.
In 2001, Flores began his managerial career when he took charge of Real Madrid's youth team. His first senior post came in 2004, with Getafe. Afterwards he returned to Valencia in 2005, being sacked after two years and going on to work with Benfica, Atlético Madrid – where he won the 2010 Europa League – Al-Ahli, Al-Ain and Watford, before being appointed to Espanyol in 2016.
Date of Birth (Current Age)
Feb 05, 1965 (52)
Place of Birth
Licenses and Qualifications
N/A - AIFF/AFCA/UEFA
Honours and Awards
Segunda División - 1986–87 (Player )
La Liga - 1994–95 (Player )
UEFA European Under-21 Championship - 1986 (Player )
Taça da Liga - 2008–09 (Coach)
UEFA Europa League - 2009–10 (Coach)
UEFA Super Cup - 2010 (Coach)
UAE League Cup - 2011-12 (Coach)
UAE President's Cup - 2012-13, 2013-14 (Coach)