Koke (footballer born 1983)

Koke (Footballer Born 1983)

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Sergio Contreras Pardo, commonly known as Koke (born 27 April 1983 in Málaga, Andalusia), is a Spanish footballer who plays as a striker.

Football career


Koke started his football career at hometown club Málaga CF, being essential as the B team reached the second division for the first time its history, in 2002.

On 23 February 2003, he scored a late equalizer in a 1–1 home draw against Celta de Vigo in La Liga, where he appeared in six matches, five from the bench, totalling 176 minutes during the 2002–03 season.


In January 2004, after seeing very little playing time in the first team, blocked by veteran goal-poacher Salva, Koke joined French league powerhouse Olympique de Marseille, playing ten times without scoring the remainder of the season. The following one was much better, with Koke scoring five in 24 appearances, and making for a pacy attacking trio in Marseille with former French internationals Steve Marlet and Péguy Luyindula.

In 2005–06, with the arrival of Mamadou Niang (in August 2005) and Toifilou Maoulida (in January 2006), Koke was deemed surplus to requirements, scoring one goal in nine league games and, in January 2006, was sent on loan to Portugal's Sporting Clube de Portugal, where he played almost no part in the club's season, although he did score twice as a substitute against Gil Vicente FC, on March 5, in a 2–0 home win.


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