Together with his brother Marià Gonzalvo and Joan Sans, he formed part of the best set of midfield players the team has ever had.
When he came to work as a coach, it was to substitute his colleague Ladislao Kubala. It was in the second half of the 62-63 season and the team was going through trying times, even though Barça ended up winning the Cup Final, beating Zaragoza 3-1 at Camp Nou. Gonzalvo left his position at the end of the year.
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