Joaquín Yarza

Quincho Yarza in the 1908 Copa del Rey Final Joaquín Yarza Ormazábal, also known as Quincho Yarza (1881 - 1972), was a Spanish footballer who played as a midfielder for Madrid FC. Along with his brother Manuel, he was a member of the Madrid FC side that won the Copa del Rey four times in a row, between 1905 and 1908, although Joaquín only participated in the first three, leaving the club in 1907 to join Sporting de Vigo. Quincho helped Sporting reach their first-ever final in 1908, in which the Yarza brothers were rivals, as Manuel stayed at Madrid. Quincho was a versatile footballer, playing in defense, midfield and attack.

Outside of football, he served in the Spanish Navy, reaching the rank of captain, and dedicated himself to the naval industry in Vigo, creating, among other companies, the shipyard Construcciones Navales Yarza. Provided by Wikipedia
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