Homosexualidad y sociedad de jos j. camacho

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Two years later, Camacho's team lost in the same stages to South Korea, now in the 2002 World Cup; following the controversial defeat he announced his resignation, being replaced by Iñaki Sáez.

Camacho returned to club action subsequently, being appointed at S. Benfica from Portugal on 29 November 2002 in the place of sacked Jesualdo Ferreira.

Two years later, his team won the Taça de Portugal against José Mourinho-led FC Porto in extra-time, as well as finishing second in the Primeira Liga.

However, things quickly went wrong again in his second spell after a 0–3 defeat at Bayer 04 Leverkusen in the campaign's UEFA Champions League, and a 0–1 league loss at Espanyol four days later, in September; shortly after, he resigned and was replaced by assistant Mariano García Remón. After working as co-commentator on Spanish TV network Cuatro during Spain's victorious Euro 2008 campaign (he would also work for the channel during the 2010 World Cup, which also ended with the national team's triumph), on 13 October 2008, Camacho replaced José Ángel Ziganda at the helm of CA Osasuna.

Jose Antonio Camacho Alfaro (born June 8, 1955 in the village of Cieza, Murcia) is a former Spanish football (soccer) player and the current manager of CA Osasuna.

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