A product of hometown Real Zaragoza's youth ranks, Segura made his senior debuts in the 1992–93 season with its B-team, in the third division. Released by the Aragonese without making any competitive appearances, his first club as a professional was Palamós CF in the second level.
After a solid 1993–94, Segura was signed by La Liga's CD Logroñés, appearing regularly but facing relegation in 1995, in what was his sole top flight campaign – the Riojan side ranked last with an all-time low 13 points. He then had two unassuming seasons with UE Lleida, also in Catalonia and division two.
A Spanish under-21 international, Segura moved to England in 1997 with Norwich City, signed by manager Mike Walker on a Bosman transfer. His spell with the club was not a successful one, and he was released by Walker's successor Bruce Rioch two years later, having spent his final year majorly with the reserves.
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