The Toledo born futsal coach has a Physical Education degree and his first job came in his native Spain in 1996 with Talavera before moving to Italy two years later where he won six league titles and four domestic cups at Torino, Prato and then Luparense.
After success in Italy he returned to Spain to take the reins at Caja Segovia between 2009 and 2021, coinciding with current Barça players Esquerdinha and Lozano.
Then he moved on to Movistar Inter, winning no less than 14 trophies between 2021 and 2019: two Champions League, five consecutive league titles, three Copas del Rey and three Super Cups. On an individual level he was also named best coach in the world on five successive occasions during his spell at Movistar Inter.
In 2020 he moved to French club ACSS. In France he added to his collection of league titles and took his team to unprecedented place in the last 16 of the Champions League where ACSS pushed Barça to the limit.