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Moisés García Fernández (born 1 June 1969), known as Arteaga, is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a left midfielder.
Born in Cádiz, Arteaga made his professional debuts with hometown's Cádiz CF, being firmly established as a first-team member in 1991–92. In the following season the Andalusians were relegated from La Liga, and he also moved to Segunda División with RCD Espanyol.
In his first two seasons with the Catalans, Arteaga was instrumental in helping them return to the top flight and immediately finish sixth in the following campaign, with 66 games and ten goals combined. He continued appearing regularly for the club until 2000–01, helping to the 2000 conquest of the Copa del Rey.
After one year on loan at Rayo Vallecano, Arteaga returned to Espanyol, retiring from professional football at the end of the season with top division totals of 330 matches and 37 goals. Until 2007, he played with amateurs Chiclana CF in his native region.Copa del Rey: 1999–2000
Arteaga shares birthplace and date with José María Quevedo, also a Cádiz youth graduate.