José Manuel Sulantay Silva (*Coquimbo, Chile, April 3, 1940) is an ex-football player and former manager of both the Chile national under-20 football team and Chile national under-17 football team. He led Chile's under-20 football team to a third-place finish at the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Canada. At a FIFA level, Sulantay is Chile's second most successful coach after Fernando Riera.

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  • José Manuel Sulantay Silva (*Coquimbo, Chile, April 3, 1940) is an ex-football player and former manager of both the Chile national under-20 football team and Chile national under-17 football team. He led Chile's under-20 football team to a third-place finish at the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Canada. At a FIFA level, Sulantay is Chile's second most successful coach after Fernando Riera. (en)
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  • José Sulantay – Managerial positions (en)
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  • José Manuel Sulantay Silva (*Coquimbo, Chile, April 3, 1940) is an ex-football player and former manager of both the Chile national under-20 football team and Chile national under-17 football team. He led Chile's under-20 football team to a third-place finish at the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Canada. At a FIFA level, Sulantay is Chile's second most successful coach after Fernando Riera. (en)
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