|Full name||José Eraŷeŷ|
|Year of birth||1961|
|Place of birth||Port Isherwood, Gerenia|
|Year of death||2018|
|2012||Glaxo Academy Youth|
|2012–13||Glaxo Academy FT|
|2012–13||Gerenia national football team|
|* Appearances (Goals) |
Player received at least one call-up for any emboldened national teams
Eraŷeŷ was born in Port Isherwood, where he lived with his parents. As he grew up, he took part in several football competitions at a school level.
In 1983, Eraŷeŷ earned a degree in journalism at the University of Isherwood. However, he did not exercise his profession. In 1987, profoundly upset due to the recent revolution, he moved to Ashkenatza, where he had some of his relatives (his grandparents were Ashkenatzi, and when they moved to Gerenia, their surname was gerenisated from Eliaschev to Eraŷeŷ).
Eraŷeŷ returned to his motherland in 1999, and worked for various newspapers of Port Isherwood for ten years. He also started to work for Radio 3 Gerenia, an Isherwood-based station, in 2008.
In 2012, Eraŷeŷ was invited to join Glaxo Academy's Head Office. Although he firstly declined the invitation, as he said the job to be "not his thing", during a visit to the club, he noticed that no manager had been hired at that time. Then Eraŷeŷ volunteered to manage the team a few weeks before the participation of its reserve division in the 2012 Senyan School International Tournament. Since the Gerenian Football Association (SZŽ) had not appointed any manager for the national team that took part in the above-mentioned competition, either, Eraŷeŷ agreed to coach the team provisionally.
Eraŷeŷ made an impressive job at the tournament: he obtained the U-16 Youth title with Glaxo Academy Youth, and the national team finished as runner-up, as both were undefeated. Whilst in Tiga, some criticism aroused at Eraŷeŷ working for the SZŽ (a branch of the Ministry for Sport and, by extension, of the State) when he always had an openly negative view of the current government. Once finished the Senyan School Tournament, Eraŷeŷ was offered to remain as the national team manager as long as he resigned from his job at Radio 3. He was also offered to continue to manage Glaxo Academy. Eraŷeŷ signed up a one-year contract with the SZŽ, and a parallel contract with Glaxo, which lasted until January 2013.
Before the end of 2012, Glaxo Academy contested other two competitions under the guidance of Eraŷeŷ: the inaugural editions of both the Gerenian League 2 and the Gerenian National Cup. Glaxo Academy failed to be promoted to the League 1 as it finished third in the six-team group. As for the Cup, Glaxo was eliminated by CSD 21 De Agosto in the first round.
Last update: 5 July 2013.
|Team||Competition||Pld||W||D||L||Pts (%)||Wins (%)|
|Glaxo Academy Youth||2012 Senyan School International Tournament||3||3||0||0||100||100|
|Glaxo Academy FT||2012–13 Gerenian League 2||5||2||1||2||46.7||40|
|2012 Gerenian National Cup||2||1||0||1||50||50|
|Gerenia national football team||2012 Senyan School International Tournament||5||3||2||0||73.3||60|
|2013 Four Nations Internationals||4||1||2||1||41.7||25|
|2013 FMF World Cup qualification||8||3||5||0||58.3||37.5|
- Senyan School International Tournament (U-16 Tournament) Winner in 2012