Márquez in 2012
|Full name||Bartolomé Márquez López|
|Date of birth||7 January 1962|
|Place of birth||Barcelona, Spain|
|Height||1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Playing position||Attacking midfielder|
|1980–1981||→ Sant Andreu (loan)|
|1981–1982||→ Sabadell (loan)||20||(1)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Born in Barcelona, Catalonia, Márquez signed for RCD Español in early 1980, and played exclusively in his native region during his 15-year professional career. After two loans, at UE Sant Andreu and CE Sabadell FC, he was definitely promoted to the first team in the 1982–83 season, making his La Liga debut on 4 September 1982 by coming on as a late substitute in a 1–0 home win against Racing de Santander.
Márquez played six full campaigns with the Pericos, always in the top flight. His best year was 1985–86, when he scored ten goals in 32 games to help his team to the 11th position, including a hat-trick on 20 April 1986 in a 5–3 home success over FC Barcelona; he was also part of the squad that reached the final of the 1987–88 UEFA Cup, but took no part in the competition after falling out of favour with manager Javier Clemente.
Márquez signed with UE Figueres in the 1988 summer, going on to spend five of his six years in Segunda División and appear in the promotion playoffs in 1992. He retired at the age of 33, after a spell in Segunda División B with CE Europa.
On 26 May 1998, Márquez returned to Espanyol – the organization changed its denomination three years later– going on to be in charge of its youth and reserve teams in the following six years. He subsequently served as an assistant to the main squad, first under Miguel Ángel Lotina then Ernesto Valverde.
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