ESTEBAN BECKER CHURUKIAN
EQUATORIAL GUINEA NATIONAL TEAM COACH.
PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL COACH UEFA PRO
SPORTS DIRECTOR (awarded by RFEF)
NATIONAL FOOTBALL COACH Level 3
DEGREE OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SPORT.
LECTURER AND MASTER OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION.
Was born on Agost 31 in Bernal - Quilmes, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
1974 - 1984
Have made the youth ranks at Club Atlético Independiente de Avellaneda.
1984 - 1988
Have played in Quilmes Atletico Club (teams were active in 1st Division). Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Participated representing Argentina in the 30th Maccabiah Games in Israel, and won the silver medal.
Have played in Holstein Kiel in Germany, and Union Royale Namur in Belgium.
Have played in the C. D. Ciempozuelos.
1993 -1994 Have played in Loeches CD. Madrid, Spain.
Physical trainer and coach at Club Deportivo Español (Buenos Aires, Argentina) active in the 1st Division of Argentine football, with former international footballer Alberto Gonzalez (62 World Cup in Chile and England 66), Carlos Aimar, and Luis Enrique Polola Nucara.
Campus Director of MONTFútbol in Colegio Montfort de Loeches. Madrid, Spain.
1995 - 1999 Coaching Loeches C.D., Atletico Velilla and A.D. Naya, Madrid, Spain.
2000 - 2002
Coaching RSD Alcalá (Alcalá de Henares, Madrid).
Coaching the 2nd Division B team U.D. San Sebastián de los Reyes. Madrid, Spain.
2004 - 2007
Coaching RSD Alcalá.
Coach of the Women's National Team Football in Equatorial Guinea
Sports Director (Manager) all National Teams Football in this country.
Participated in the Under-20 Team and Under-17 competitions throughout Africa, Sub-running champions on the continent.
Esteban Becker was summoned to coach men's National Team of Equatorial Guinea just 15 days before the African Cup of Nations.
Equatorial Guinea [118th FIFA Ranking] managed to overcome the likes of Congo [48th FIFA Ranking], Burkina Faso[48th FIFA ranking], Gabón [83rd FIFA Ranking], and finally Tunisia [31st FIFA Ranking] in the quarter-finals, before a solid Ghana [33rd FIFA Ranking] ended their run with a 3-0 semi-final defeat.
The results they were able to achieve at the tournament saw their ranking change 69 places to a February ranking from 118th to 49th in the list, their best ever position.
1989 - 2006
Professor of Physical Education and Head of PE at Montfort School in Madrid.
2004 - 2012
Professor of the School of Coaching of Real Federación Española de Fútbol, for courses in Technical and Tactical.
2007 - 2012
Professor of Modernization in the Fundación Real Madrid Club de Fútbol.
2009 - 2012
Professor of Football Training and Updating. Methodology and Model Game. New currents.
Professor speaker at the seminar "The struck ball in football - Biomechanical Study" in the hall of the Museo de la Real Federación Española de Fútbol.
2003 - 2015
Writing monthly in FUTBOLISTAS magazine and is a regular contributor to journals and newspapers in Spain.
2005 published "Frontera, hombre de cuero".
2008 published football storybook "Ni un gol al arcoiris”.
2010 - 2014
Reviewed Technical and Tactical Notebooks Football for different stages Teaching-Learning.
Coaching C.D. Ciempozuelos (Madrid, Spain) being the 3rd Division 6th place, playing at the national level Copa del Rey.
2009 - 2010
Coaching C.F. Fuenlabrada (Madrid, Spain) and finished in 5th place level on points with 4th place.
Coaching C.D. San Fernando (Madrid, Spain) de Henares and have moved up to 3rd Division.
Once he consummated the Ascent, received an unexpected offer, and ventured into an international experience.
Coach of the National Women's Football Team Equatorial Guinea.
Scouting the London Olympics.
9 weeks training in Bitburg, Germany, playing 11 international matches with a balance of 8 wins and 3 draws.
In November they were proclaimed Champions of Africa in the AFRICAN CUP OF NATIONS (CAN) winning all matches, played with 18 goals scored and none against.