After several years without training, he arrived in Badajoz in 1998 where he saved the team from a certain descent. The following year he moved to Malaga where he resumed his pulse as a great coach and became a legend at La Rosaleda. Promotion to the First Division, remembered victory at the Camp Nou (1-2) with goals from Agostinho and Vicente Valcarce and consolidation of the team among the greats.Peiró, a coach with great eyesight, built a recognizable eleven that 20 years later, the malaguistas recite from memory: Contreras; Rojas, Fernando Sanz, Roteta, Valcarce: Rufete, De los Santos, Sandro, Agostinho, Darío Silva and Dely Valdés. For the memory, his famous guards have remained at the Guadalmar hotel to prevent Darío Silva from leaving. He got the best performance from the brilliant and wayward Uruguayan. His great frustration was not being able to sign Pedro Munitis, Mista and Samuel Etoo for Malaga, despite the fact that he had convinced them.After a brief stage in Murcia, he left the benches and stayed in Madrid with his family, his friends, his memories. At 84 years old he is gone forever but his memory is indelible. See you forever, Don Joaquín! Joaquín Peiró (Madrid, 29-1-1936), a legend of Atlético de Madrid as a player, and of Malaga, during his time as coach, has died at the age of 84 in Madrid. A piece of news that has filled with regret all those who knew, treated, admired and enjoyed their friendship. Peiro He was an extraordinary footballer and as a coach he did great campaigns especially in Malaga, where his death has impacted in a very heartfelt way.Raised in post-war Madrid was forged as a footballer in the historic Ferroviaria, a club from Madrid that came to play in Segunda already disappeared. In 1955 he joined Atlético de Madrid and from the beginning he left an imprint of his class and a colossal charisma that made him one of the first media players in Spain. Quick and with a huge stride, he had on his back the ‘10’ and had as a partner Enrique Collar, a great winger who was Paco Gento’s rival for the national team title. Peiró and Collar formed what the good athletic fans knew as “the infernal wing”.ATLÉTICO DE MADRID ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Joaquín Peiró forms in his stage as an Atlético player with Miguel, Callejo, Chuzo and CollarATLÉTICO DE MADRID Despite his enormous talent, Peiró he was only 12 times international with Spain (other five with Selection B today in disuse). He debuted on 23-6-1956 with defeat, 3-1 in Portugal. He scored the honor goal. In addition to the 1962 Chile World Cup, the England World Cup of 1966 played, both unfortunate and conflictive for the Red due to a tremendous concentration of 40 days imposed by the coach, José Villalonga, and which broke the spirit of the squad. His last game was against Switzerland in Sheffield (2-1) and the lead was as follows: Amancio, Del Sol, Peiró, Luis Suárez and Gento.On the bench in place of Clemente.As a coach he had good experiences. He was a technical supporter of good football and not a single detail escaped him. “I know when a player has come out at night as soon as I see him, because I also went out when I was a player”, used to say. He had great eyesight and a sly and kind character that made him win everyone’s affection. He directed Atlético Madrileño, a subsidiary of Atlético de Madrid, Granada (he continues to be the coach who has spent the longest time on this bench consecutively, two seasons and 21 games) and Figueres. Being on this team, In March 1990, Jesús Gil fired Javier Clemente and decided to sign Peiró in the middle of the season. The technician collides with the volcanic character of Gil and is dismissed shortly after.MARIANO POZO & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Peiró runs a training session for Málaga (01-02)MARIANO POZO (DAILY AS) ‘The Galgo de Cuatro Caminos’, as he was nicknamed, won with the rojiblancos two consecutive Cups, both at Real Madrid and the 1962 Recopa at Fiorentina. He was also at the World Cup in Chile of that year where Spain was eliminated in the first phase. It was a great Atlético that where his attack was recited from memory: Jones, Adelardo, Mendonça, Peiró and Collar. His brilliant performances attracted the attention of Italian teams and Torino signed him after paying 25 million pesetas at the time (about 150,000 euros in exchange). He was the third Spanish player to go to Calcio after Luis Suárez and Luis Del Sol. It was a controversial sale. Atlético needed money. His financial situation was delicate. Hundreds of fans, angry, showed up and cut Calle Barquillo (club headquarters) to express their protest to the president, Javier Barroso. There was no going back and ‘El Galgo de Cuatro Caminos’ went to Torino where he was two seasons.Del Torino, to Inter by Helenio Herrera. ‘El Mago’, with whom he won two European Cups to finish in Rome where he retired at 34 years old. It can be said that he triumphed in complicated Italian football (a language that spoke perfectly).