The soccer player Gregorio Vergel Serrano was born in the city of Madrid, in Spain, on October 26, 1930. He was known, footballingly speaking, as Goyo, and his demarcation was that of goalkeeper.
In 1947, the goalkeeper was hired by the CD Numancia team, where he began to stand out as a good goalkeeper, beginning to be observed by different clubs in the Spanish First Division.
In 1948, CA Osasuna signed him for 6 seasons, beginning to play his first matches in the Spanish First Division.
In the 54/55 and 55/56 seasons, Goyo played for the Atlético Tetuán and Cádiz CF teams, respectively.
In 1956, Valencia CF signed him for 6 seasons to play again in the top flight of the Spanish League.
After fighting to win ownership with players like José Manuel Pesudo and José Ginesta, the goalkeeper went to CD Castellón, where he stayed for a season, until in 1963, at the age of 33, Goyo decided to retire as a player. soccer.
Within the record of the goalkeeper is a Fairs Cup (currently UEFA Cup). He also has as a personal distinction 1 Zamora Trophy.
Gregorio Vergel died in the city of Valencia, in Spain, in 1988.