Chispi starts as coach in Antequera

Juan Antonio Vázquez (39), popularly known as Chispi in handball, retired as a player at Antequera, a 1.96-meter veteran winger with scoring ability, as he demonstrated as Asobal’s top scorer in the past decade with 216 goals in one season. The Sevillian hung up his shirt at the end of the season at Antequera, to move to the bench and after a long sports career in which he had his dark year with the cruciate ligament injury, which had him on the brink of abandonment. However, he returned, and now the Sevillian is the new national beach handball coach.

Chispi has been the professional track player who has played the beach competition for the longest time, with a World Cup and a European with the Spanish team, which has earned him the Spanish Federation trust in his management capacity to direct the selection in the European Beach Handball Championship 2023 (Group C, with Sweden, Ukraine and Greece), which will be held in Nazaré (Portugal) from May 24 to 28. That is why his first activity will take place from April 26 to 30, in Antequera (Málaga), practically the house of adoption of the man from Seville as a player and coach.

The summoned players are summoned on Wednesday, April 26 and will remain in Antequera until Sunday 30. The El Maulí Sports Complexwhich has already hosted other National Teams in recent times, will host the team’s training sessions during this activity.

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