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Jack Greenwell Biography »
John Richard "Jack"Greenwell (born in Crook, County Durham, England; 2 January 1884 – 20 November 1942, Bogota, Colombia) was an English footballer and manager. He served as manager of Barcelona for seven consecutive seasons, a record that has only been beaten by Johan Cruyff and later had a second spell as Barcelona manager. In 1939 Greenwell became the only non-South American coach to date to win the South American Championship when he guided Peru to their first win. He also served as a manager with CD Castellón, RCD Español, Valencia CF, Sporting de Gijón, RCD Mallorca and Universitario de Deportes.