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Full name  Miquel Soler Sarasols
Years  Team
Position  Midfielder
1979–1983  Olot
Height  1.83 m
Role  Footballer
Place of birth  Girona, Spain
Name  Miquel Soler

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Date of birth  (1965-03-16) 16 March 1965 (age 50)
Team coached  RCD Mallorca (Manager, 2015–2015)
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Playing position  Left back / Midfielder

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Miquel Soler Sarasols (born 16 March 1965) is a Spanish retired footballer, and a current coach.


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Mainly a left back who could also operate in midfield, his career spanned two La Liga decades (with nearly 700 official games), and he was the only player to represent both Barcelona and Madrid main teams.

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Soler appeared for Spain at Euro 1988.

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Club career

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Born in Girona, Catalonia, Soler was a RCD Espanyol youth graduate, making his first-team – and La Liga – debuts in the 1983–84 season and going on to become an essential element after a loan to neighbouring CE L'Hospitalet. In his fourth year, as the club finished third after the second stage, he appeared in 41 out of 42 games and scored two goals, going on to help it reach the final of the 1988 UEFA Cup, netting in the first leg (3–0 home win) as the Pericos eventually lost on penalties against Bayer 04 Leverkusen.

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Subsequently, Soler joined neighbours FC Barcelona, helping the side to the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in his first season while also appearing in 23 matches in the league. After a sole campaign with Atlético Madrid, where he won his second Copa del Rey, he returned to Barcelona, with no impact.

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After two excellent years with Sevilla FC, Soler moved to Real Madrid, but appeared scarcely during 1995–96, his sole season with the Merengues. After two years with Real Zaragoza he was still able, at 33, to sign with RCD Mallorca, where he amassed a further 152 top flight appearances, winning another domestic cup and retiring at the end of the 2002–03 season; he played in a total of 504 first division games, scoring 12 times.

Soler started working as a manager with Mallorca's reserves, going on to be in charge of the team for three years, two in Segunda División B. In the 2014 summer, he was appointed at the helm of the main squad in Segunda División, being relieved of his duties one month later after a directorial change but returning in February 2015 after his successor Valery Karpin was sacked.

International career

Soler won nine caps for the Spain national football team, and represented the nation at UEFA Euro 1988, where he appeared in the win against Denmark (playing the second half) and the loss to Italy.

His debut came in an Euro 1988 qualifier in Bucharest, a 1–3 defeat against Romania on 29 April 1987.

Managerial statistics

As of 20 June 2015


  • La Liga: 1990–91, 1992–93
  • Copa del Rey: 1989–90
  • UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1988–89; Runner-up 1990–91
  • Atlético Madrid
  • Copa del Rey: 1991–92
  • Mallorca
  • Copa del Rey: 2002–03
  • Supercopa de España: 1998
  • UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: Runner-up 1998–99
  • References

    Miquel Soler Wikipedia

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