Carlos Fernando Navarro Montoya

Carlos Fernando Navarro Montoya

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Carlos Fernando Navarro Montoya

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Carlos Fernando Navarro Montoya (born 26 February 1966 in Medellín) is a retired Colombian-Argentine footballer who played as a goalkeeper.

During a professional career which spanned 25 years, he represented teams in Argentina, Colombia, Spain, Chile, Brazil and Uruguay, appearing for 15 different clubs, namely Boca Juniors, and totalling 752 official matches.

Club career

Navarro, nicknamed El Mono (Monkey) whilst in Argentina, Montoya started playing professionally in the country at only 18, with Club Atlético Vélez Sarsfield. In 1988, after one year in his country with Independiente de Santa Fe, he joined Boca Juniors, where he would rarely miss a game in nearly ten years - never played in less than 35 matches in his full seasons - also setting club records of consecutive games (180) and minutes without conceding a goal (824), and eventually appearing in 396 official matches for the Xeneizes. His last game, however, ended in defeat, 1–3 at Club Atlético Banfield.

In January 1997, aged almost 31, Montoya joined CF Extremadura in La Liga, suffering relegation with that and his following two teams, CP Mérida and CD Tenerife, also in the first division. After a brief spell in Chile with Club de Deportes Concepción, he returned to Argentina and played topflight football for Chacarita Juniors, Club Atlético Independiente- after the promotion of youngster Óscar Ustari, the...
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