|Full name||Miguel Ángel Mansilla Acuña|
|Date of birth||25 April 1953|
|Place of birth||Cerro Largo, Uruguay|
|Date of death||26 June 2013(aged 60)|
|Place of death||Panama City, Panama|
|1972||River Plate Montev.|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Born in Cerro Largo, Mansilla came through the youth ranks at and made his professional debut for local giants Peñarol in 1971 and also played for River Plate Montevideo before moving abroad to enjoy a lengthy spell at Argentine side Chacarita Juniors. In 1977, he moved to Saprissa and became the Costa Rica Premier Division top goalscorer in 1977 with 27 goals.
After retiring as a player, Mansilla moved to Panama to take charge of the national team. He subsequently managed Panamanian outfit Tauro on four occasions, winning 5 league titles. On 26 February 1988, he became the first coach to manage in the then newly formed ANAPROF league when Tauro met Plaza Amador. He was in the hot seat at several other Panamanian clubs and won another title with Chorrillo in the 2011 Apertura season. He also managed Once Municipal, winning a Salvadoran title, and Alianza in El Salvador.
Mansilla died in June 2013, aged 60. He was reportedly transferred from the San Judas Tadeo Clinic in Panama City to the Complejo de la Caja de Seguro Social where he suffered a brain aneurysm and subsequently died from cardiac arrest.
- Fallece el técnico Miguel Mansilla - Panama Futbol (in Spanish)
- Breve historial de Miguel A. Mansilla (Bio) - Nación (in Spanish)
- Goleadores de Campeonato Nacional Archived 2013-10-30 at the Wayback Machine - UNAFUT
- Paz a su alma Profesor Miguel Mansilla - Tauro FC (in Spanish)
- Fallece experimentado técnico Miguel Mansilla - Prensa (in Spanish)
- Muere Miguel Ángel Mansilla, quien fuera parte del hexacampeonato de Saprissa - Al Día (in Spanish)