Francisco Miguel Narváez Machón


Kiko: A fan favourite

Francisco Narvaez Manchon (Jerez de la Frontera, 26 April 1972), better known as Kiko, spent 12 seasons in LaLiga playing with Cadiz CF, Atletico Madrid and CF Extremadura, where he proved himself to be one of the most talented Spanish players of his era.

Kiko's playing style combined power and height with great technique. His heyday came at Atletico Madrid, where he became a cult hero up front thanks to his skill, vision, hold-up play and goalscoring ability. He played a pivotal role as the Rojiblancos famously won a league and cup double in 1996, which sealed his place in the club's history books.