What is the most important value your parents taught you?
I would highlight two: honesty and humbleness
Who is nowadays a referent for you and why?
I would definitely say my parents. They have worked very hard and have made a lot of sacrifices for the family.
Who has influenced your life the most and how?
I think my father. He is an example, mainly by the way he treated me, and still treats me. Professionally, Manel Casanova, who taught me everything I know about soccer management.
What is your best memory outside the world of sports?
The moment my children were born.
For you, what are the three most important values sports have?
Sports are fun. They help you staying healthy and they also allow you to improve yourself, both on and off the field.
What is the most important thing sports have given you?
Sports have given me everything I have. My life has always been linked to soccer, both personal y and professionally.
A pastime away from sports…
I enjoy reading and going to the movies.
What advice would you give to young athletes?
I would recommend them to make sports their way of living. With hard work they can achieve it.
What do you need to be happy?
Not much, the most important is to approach things the way they make you happy.
How would you like to be remembered?
I would like to be remembered as an honest and humble person that always tried to help others.
What would you like to tell the world? You have 140 characters.
I would tell them to not fight to not argue. It is better to reach agreements and to have an attitude that leads us to build things and not to destroy them.
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