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Javier Clemente Lázaro, (born 12 March 1950 in Barakaldo) is a Spanish football manager. Nicknamed The Barakaldo blonde one for his place of origin; the veteran La Liga manager has spent most of his career at two clubs: Athletic Bilbao and RCD Espanyol. Between 1992 and 1998, he managed Spain and went 31 games unbeaten. After training Spain and especially recently, has largely been chosen to train teams in difficult situation, but most times finished in relegation or failing to qualify in the objective competition: Betis, Marseille, Tenerife, Athletic Bilbao, Serbia, Murcia, Valladolid, Cameroon and Sporting de Gijón.