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Tintín Márquez
Personal information
Full name Bartolomé Márquez López
Date of birth 7 January 1962 (1962-01-07) (age 48)
Place of birth    Barcelona, Spain
Playing position Midfielder
Club information
Current club Castellón
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1980–1988
1980–1981
1981–1982
1988–1994
Espanyol
Sabadell (loan)
Sant Andreu (loan)
Figueres
140 0(29)   
National team
1982–1983 Spain U21 002 00(0)
Teams managed
1997–1998
1998–2002
2002–2004
2004–2008
2008
2009–
Europa
Espanyol (youth teams)
Espanyol B
Espanyol (second coach)
Espanyol
Castellón

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Bartolomé "Tintín" Márquez López (born 7 January 1962 in Barcelona, is a Spanish ex-footballer and current manager.

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As a player

He began playing football at FC Martinenc, in Barcelona, from where he was signed by RCD Espanyol, in early 1980s. At Espanyol he played most of his career as a professional footballer but before playing for the first team he went out on loan at Sabadell (1980–1981 season) and later at Sant Andreu (1981–1982).

He came back after those short spells at lower Catalan clubs in 1982 and remained at the club for six season in Primera División. During that time, playing as a midfielder, scored a total of 29 goals in the 140 games he played wearing the blanquiazul. One of his best memories while playing for Espanyol is the hat-tick he scored against FC Barcelona, in a match at which the pericos won for 5–3.[1]

In 1988, the club reached the final at the UEFA Cup but at that point, then-manager Javier Clemente didn't count with Márquez so Tintín left the club when the season ended. After that huge disappointment, he went to les terres de l'Ebre and played six seasons at UE Figueres, in Segunda División.

As a manager

Marquez began his managing career in 1997, at CE Europa in Tercera División. His debut couldn't have been better, as he won the Catalonia Cup against FC Barcelona in the final.

Later on he began coaching at the youth teams of Espanyol. Year after year he kept going up at the several ranks (cadete, juvenil and Espanyol B) until he finally reached the first team, in 2004, first as second coach of Miguel Ángel Lotina and two years later of Ernesto Valverde.

After Txingurri left the club, he became Espanyol's first team manager.[2]

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