Martin Rueda

Martin Rueda ( born January 9, 1963) is a Swiss- Spanish citizen, football coach and former football player. In the 2012/13 season he coached the Swiss Super League club BSC Young Boys. His previous positions as coaches were the FC Wohlen, FC Winterthur, FC Aarau, FC Lausanne-Sport and the U -16 and U-18 team of the Grasshopper Club Zurich. After victories against FK Borac Banja Luka ( second qualifying round), Randers FC (3rd qualifying round) and Lokomotiv Moscow ( Barrage ) qualified 2010/11 Rueda with Lausanne-Sport to the group stage. In the group stage Lausanne and Martin Rueda met CSKA Moscow, Palermo and Sparta Prague. Lausanne-Sport retired at the end of the group stage as a group last from a single point.

Rueda led the team to promotion to the Axpo Super League. In 2012 he moved to the BSC Young Boys Bern. After a long series of inadequate performances of the 1st team Martin Rueda was released in YB on 7 April 2013.

As a player, Rueda worked for the Grasshopper Club Zurich FC Wettingen, FC Luzern, Neuchatel Xamax. It was used in five games for the Swiss team. In the Football World Cup 1994, he belonged to the Swiss squad.

Martin Rueda was married to a Dane and therefore speaks also Danish.