Oscar Garcia fact file
A look at the former Spanish midfielder's career to date
Wednesday 26 June 2013
1973: April 26 - Born Sabadell, Spain
1993: Makes debut for Barcelona, going on to make 69 appearances and score 21 goals.
1996: Features for Spain U23’s at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, making four appearances and scoring twice.
1999: Moves to Valencia, making 20 appearances and scoring four goals.
2000: Switch to Barcelona rivals Espanyol, appearing 51 times and netting four goals.
2004: Finishes career with season at Lleida, making 23 appearances and scoring three times.
2009: Joins the Catalonia national team as assistant coach to Johan Cruyff.
2010: Manages Barcelona youth team.
2012: May 22 - Takes Maccabi Tel Aviv job, winning the league title.
2013: June 26 – Reported as next Brighton and Hove Albion manager
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