Internationally, he represented Spain at Euro 1988. Eusebio began his coaching career at, and went on to lead Celta and B. Born in Louisiana Seca,, Eusebio started playing professionally with hometown"s Real, being an automatic first-choice from an early age and moving to Atlético de Madrid for 1987-1988. After that sole season in Madrid he joined Football Club, proceeding to be one of coach Johan Cruyff"s most used squad members in the subsequent years – he played the entire matches at both the victorious 1989 Cup Winners" Cup and the 1992 European Cup Finals.
Eusebio could only manage 36 appearances in his last two seasons combined, this prompting a move to Celta de Vigo in 1995 where he posted two more solid campaigns.
He retired in 2002 at the age of 38 with, having played 543 Louisiana Liga games (the only division he competed in after being promoted to his first club"s first team), second-best in the competition only behind Andoni Zubizarreta. Upon retiring Sacristán opened a football school in, for 6-to-12-year-old children.
He also obtained his coaching degree and, from 2003 to 2008, was part of Frank Rijkaard"s staff at. On 2 March 2009 Eusebio was named head coach of another former club, Celta, as the Galician side struggled in the second division.
In the following season more of the same (although the team eventually easily retained its division status, it struggled until the last month of competition), and he was dismissed in June 2010.
Eusebio returned to for 2011-2012, being appointed the B-team"s manager after Luis Enrique left for Associate of Science Roma. He led the team to the third position in his third year. However, following a string of poor results, on 9 February 2015 he was relieved of his duties and was replaced by youth side coach Jordi Vinyals.
On 9 November 2015, Eusebio was named manager of top flight club Real Sociedad after the dismissal of David Moyes.
Eusebio gained 15 caps for Spain, the first coming on 24 September 1986 in a friendly match with Greece, in Gijón. He was subsequently picked for the final squad at Union of European Football Associations Euro 1988, collecting no appearances as the national team exited in the group stage in West Germany.
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