bio

2018: I move to Chelsea SC in Chelsea, MI in my first Director of Coaching role. I oversee the training and performance of all the club teams, I hire and develop coaches, as well as creating the club technical, tactical and futsal curriculums, and leading the club's way towards a more modern and structured soccer organization. I also join the Madonna Women's Soccer program in Livonia, MI as an Assistant Coach, work as an evaluator for the Olympic Development Program in Canton, MI, and as a staff coach for futsal club Michigan Futsal Factory during the Winter also in Canton, MI.

2017: I move to Kingom SC in Kalamazoo, MI, as Girls Director & Director of Futsal. I oversee the training and performance of all girls teams and implement  futsal training and futsal club programs within the club for the first time. My 99 Girls Red win Michigan Premier 1 and make it to the semifinals of the State Cup, while my 04 Girls Red make it to the semifinals of the State Cup as well and qualify for the Midwest Regional League.

2016: I get promoted to Director of Methdology in Chill SBC. There I coordinate the seasonal plan of all the club teams and implement a format of tactical periodization that ensures the learning of all the required technical and tactical abilities throughout the competitive season. I also participate in futsal programs during the Winter.

2015: I get my UEFA A License. I finish my Bachelor's Degree in Translation and Interpretation through Universidad de Granada. I travel to Burton Albion in the UK for a coaching internship. Shortly after that, I travel to the United States for my first position abroad in Chill SBC in Lansing, MI, where I work as a staff coach my first season.

2014: I get my UEFA B License.

2013:  I get my Basic Diploma in Soccer and Futsal through the RFEF.

2012: I begin coaching in local club Granada Noroeste in my native Granada, Spain.