He was the man who made the city of Albacete known on the soccer world map. Benito Floro has been chosen as the best coach in the history of the white team in an initiative launched by the club through social networks and in which fans from La Mancha have participated.Floro has won by a landslide and the response from Albacete fans has been overwhelming. With 198 games directed and the leader on the bench of the legendary ‘Queso Mecánico’ of the nineties, he was able to ascend in just two years from Second Division to B to the elite of Spanish football, who in his first year in Europe was very close even to qualify for the European competition. Floro’s great career at Albacete helped him later to lead Real Madrid and throughout his long career on the bench he was also at the forefront of teams like Sporting de Gijón, Villarreal and Mallorca as well as undertaking various adventures abroad.With Benito Floro on the bench, legendary white team players such as Zalazar, Catali, Chesa, Antonio, Geli and Menéndez They reached their maximum level and that team, despite the years, is still remembered with some nostalgia in the city of La Mancha. In addition to Benito Floro, another coach who has been voted is César Ferrando, a Valencian coach who achieved the second promotion in the history of the white club to the First Division and in addition to other technicians who left their mark on the bench of Carlos Belmonte such as Luis César Sampedro, Víctor Espárrago and Luis Miguel Ramis, the latter ceased in February due to the poor results of the team and that last season was very close to achieving promotion to First division.This initiative to choose the best eleven in the history of Albacete, which will be 80 years old next August, has been launched by the club so that its fans can vote through social networks during these days of confinement.