In Benito’s case, even players in the UD squad coincided with him in this long stage of technical preparation. He then left. He moved to a training project in Qatar, the Aspire Academy, which he entered on the recommendation of Roberto Olabe, a key person in his career whom he met while doing a doctorate in Physical Activity and Sports in Vitoria. In fact, in the Álava capital, he ventured into the Alavés base. In Qatar, he ended up assuming responsibilities in the national youth teams.
Olabe promoted him to Independiente del Valle in Ecuador for organizational tasks. Still, shortly after, he ended up leading the first team, with which he established himself by winning the Copa Sudamericana in 2019.
From there to the International of Brazil (2021) and Charlotte of the United States (2021-22) before landing at Sporting de Gijón, with which he will visit his land and what was his house next Sunday. Miguel Angel Ramirez.
Tonono, Director of Training and Recruitment at UD, has “unbeatable personal and professional” memories of the current Sporting coach, whom he cradled as an outstanding student in the entity’s structure.