Noguerol was born in San Cristovo de Cea, Province of Ourense. After emerging through local giants RC Celta de Vigo‘s youth ranks he made his professional debut also in Galicia, loaned in the lower leagues. He rejoined Celta in the 2000–01 season but only appeared in four La Liga games, after which he returned to the second division, going on to have a steady career in that tier (for instance, from 2006 to 2008, at Albacete Balompié, he played 80 out of 82 possible league matches).
For the 2008–09 campaign, 32-year-old Noguerol returned to Celta, still in division two, for a third spell. He was relatively used in his two-year stay as the Vigo side constantly battled with relegation, eventually managing to stay afloat.
On 7 June 2015, after five seasons between Girona FC and Albacete, competing in both the second and third tiers, Noguerol announced his retirement at the age of 38, being immediately appointed manager of his last club’s reserves. In 2016 he became an assistant to the first team, only to return to his previous role on 27 June 2018.