|Full name||David Generelo Miranda|
|Date of birth||11 August 1982|
|Place of birth||Badajoz, Spain|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|2006–2007||→ Gimnàstic (loan)||26||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
He amassed La Liga totals of 100 games and six goals, representing in the competition Zaragoza, Gimnàstic and Elche (only one game with the latter club). He added 145 matches and 9 goals in Segunda División, during a 16-year professional career.
Born in Badajoz, Extremadura, Generelo emerged through local CD Badajoz's youth academy, signing with Real Zaragoza in January 2000 and being assigned to the reserves in the third division. He first appeared with the first team during 2002–03's second level and, from then on, would be regularly used by the Aragonese although never an undisputed starter, helping the club win the Copa del Rey in his first professional season.
In 2006–07, Generelo served a loan spell at newly promoted Gimnàstic de Tarragona, appearing regularly as the Catalans were immediately relegated from La Liga. The following campaign was curtailed after just four games, due to a serious foot injury.
After contributing with 23 matches – mainly from the bench – as Zaragoza returned to the top flight after one year out, Generelo's contract with the club expired. On 22 July 2009, he joined Elche CF in a 2+1 deal.
Generelo subsequently represented RCD Mallorca and Real Oviedo, achieving promotion to division two with the latter. He retired on 15 December at the age of 33, after suffering a knee injury.
On 17 March 2016, Generelo was appointed interim manager of his last club Oviedo after Sergio Egea's resignation. After working with Zaragoza's youth academy, he rejoined former Elche boss Fran Escribá's coaching staff at RC Celta de Vigo in March 2019.
- As of match played 4 June 2016
|Oviedo||17 March 2016||4 June 2016||13||4||1||8||11||17||−6||30.77|||
- El Zaragoza da el golpe en la Copa (Zaragoza strike in Cup); El Mundo, 17 March 2004 (in Spanish)
- Generelo grounded at Zaragoza; UEFA, 17 September 2007
- Zaragoza y Tenerife, también de Primera (Zaragoza and Tenerife, also of Primera); Diario del AltoAragón, 14 June 2009 (in Spanish)
- David Generelo ficha por dos temporadas por el Elche (David Generelo signs for two seasons with Elche); Marca, 28 July 2009 (in Spanish)
- David Generelo ficha por el Mallorca (David Generelo signs for Mallorca); Diario de Mallorca, 28 January 2014 (in Spanish)
- El Real Oviedo ficha al centrocampista David Generelo (Real Oviedo sign midfielder David Generelo); El Comercio, 18 July 2014 (in Spanish)
- El Oviedo asciende a Segunda doce años después (Oviedo promote to Segunda twelve years later); ABC, 31 May 2015 (in Spanish)
- David Generelo abandona la práctica del fútbol (David Generelo leaves football); La Nueva España, 15 December 2015 (in Spanish)
- Generelo ya ejerce (Generelo already at work); Marca, 17 March 2016 (in Spanish)
- Ex Oviedo: Generelo ficha por un banquillo de Primera División (Ex Oviedo: Generelo signs for Primera División bench); La Voz de Asturias, 5 March 2019 (in Spanish)
- "Generelo: David Generelo Miranda". BDFutbol. Retrieved 17 July 2016.
- El Zaragoza noquea al Valencia y gana la Supercopa (Zaragoza knock Valencia out and win the Supercup); El Mundo, 24 August 2004 (in Spanish)
- El Elche vuelve a la elite 25 años después (Elche return to the elite 25 years later); Mundo Deportivo, 11 August 2013 (in Spanish)
- La victoria del Real Oviedo ante el Nástic pone el broche de oro a la temporada (Real Oviedo win against Nástic puts icing on cake to season); El Comercio, 10 June 2015 (in Spanish)