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David Cabarcos

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Place of birth  Oviedo, Spain
Years  Team
Name  David Cabarcos
Height  1.84 m
Position  Forward
Playing position  Striker
1996–1998  Lugo
Role  Footballer
Weight  78 kg
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Full name  David Cabarcos Gonzalez
Date of birth  (1977-02-07) 7 February 1977 (age 38)

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David Cabarcos Gonzalez (born 7 February 1977) is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a striker.


Football career

Born in Oviedo, Asturias, Cabarcos moved in the 1999 summer to SD Compostela in the second division, from Galician neighbours Pontevedra CF. During his spell with the former club he was almost exclusively used as a backup to the likes of Vladimir Gudelj and Christopher Ohen, as his team suffered two relegations from that level during his spell.

Cabarcos then spent four years in division three, playing two seasons apiece for CD Ourense and UDA Gramenet. In 2007, aged 30, he moved abroad for the first time, joining Alki Larnaca FC, freshly promoted to the Cypriot First Division, but returned to his country after only a few months and signed with another side in the third tier, CF Badalona.

Cabarcos retired from football in March 2009, because of persistent problems in his tibia. He was by far the Valencian Community team's top scorer in only 22 matches, but they suffered relegation from the third level.


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