Draco Sanchez during Tiana's 2–1 defeat to Craitland
|Full name||Draco Rodger Sanchez|
|Year of birth||1974|
|Place of birth||Moroni, Senya,|
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Player has received at least one call-up for any emboldened national teams
On 9 December 2012, he was announced as the new manager and head coach of the Tiana national football team.
His first major challenge for Tiana came during qualifying for the 2013 FMF World Cup. Tiana were drawn alongside Lolland and Normark as well as four-time champions Craitland. Despite the group being tough, Sanchez guided Tiana to a respectable second place finish. That was enough to guide the Tianans to the 2013 EMU Championships where they finished bottom of their group. Later in 2013, he gained his first title as a manger, when he oversaw a 1–0 victory over his nation of birth, Senya to give Tiana their first ever competition win.
In late 2014, he was announced as the head coach of Fort Kolgrad, where guided them to a 3rd place finish in their World Cup qualifying group. In early 2016, he was announced as the new Senyan manager.
Sanchez achieved almost immediate success with the Senyan national team, winning the 2016 Copa Apollonia, which was Senya's first major trophy. Subsequently, Sanchez guided them to the 2017 FMF World Cup final as hosts, which Senya lost 2–1 to Tellia. In 2018, Sanchez guided Senya to a third final, this time of the 2018 FMF Confederations Cup, where they again lost 2–1, this time to Birgeshir. However, after a poor start in the group stage of the 2018 Copa Apollonia, Sanchez resigned after two group games, having received death threats from the Naldas. Senya went on to win the Copa Apollonia without Sanchez in charge.
Following the Copa Apollonia, he was announced as head coach of the Florian side Northcliff United.
Sanchez is married to Jenny Sanchez (née Louise), a teacher from Amokolia that he met in Cherry Trees in 1997, and married in August 2000 in a small ceremony in Cherry Trees. They have four children, Robert (born 26 February 2000), twins Jennifer and Alison (born 18 March 2003) and Alexander (born 8 November 2004).