Francisco Higuera Soccer Midfielder

Francisco Higuera Fernández (born 30 January 1965 in Escurial, Cáceres) is a retired Spanish footballer who played mostly as an attacking midfielder – sometimes he could appear in the forward position. Nicknamed Paquete, he appeared in 367 La Liga games over the course of 12 seasons (76 goals), in representation of Mallorca and Zaragoza. After playing in all the youth categories at RCD Mallorca, Higuera made his senior debuts at only 17, in a Segunda División game against Deportivo de La Coruña on 10 October 1982 (3–0 home win), and finished his first season with 16 games and two goals as the Balearic Islands club promoted to La Liga. His first appearance in the top level occurred on 24 September 1983 in a 0–3 loss at Atlético de Madrid, and he went on to experience two relegations from the category with the team. In the 1988 summer, Higuera signed with Real Zaragoza, being an everpresent fixture with the Aragonese.

Personal details

Date of birth
January 30th, 1965
Nationality
Spain
Places lived
Escurial , Spain
pop. 876 (2012)

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