Isco Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts

Isco Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts

LB presents the Full Story of a Midfield Genius who is best known by the Nickname; “Magic”.

Our version of Isco’s Biography, including his Childhood Story, brings to you a full account of notable events from his childhood time to date.

The analysis of the Los Blancos Spanish professional footballer involves his early life story before fame, personal life, relationship life, family life and other little-known facts about him.

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Yes, everyone knows about his abilities but few consider Isco’s biography which is quite interesting. Now without further adieu, let’s Begin.

Isco Childhood Story – Early Life and Family Background:

Francisco Román Alarcón Suárez best known as ‘Isco’ was born on the 21st of April, 1992 at Benalmádena, Spain.

The Spaniard was born to his mother, Jenny Suárez (a housewife) and father, Paco Alarcón (a former hotel worker and presently, his son’s manager). He grew up with his elder brother, Antonio Carlos Alarcón.

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Just like English’s Jack Wilshere, Isco was born having bow-legs. He was also overweight during his childhood time.

This overweightedness never helped the straightening of his legs. Only a little of his bow-legged curvature was corrected as he began to grow.

Back then as a child, Isco was known to never allow his physical condition to limit his dreams of becoming a footballer.

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He fought his way to overcome his overweightedness before registering in his first youth club. His motivation to be a footballer came from his elder brother who lost his football career at an early age due to injury.

Isco Biography – Career in Summary:

The career summary of Isco focuses on major writing points as to how Isco defied all odds to become one of the greatest midfielders of modern-day football.

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In 1997, Isco got himself registered at PDM Benalmádena first youth club after getting the necessary support from his parents.

Support here also includes Isco having an educational background. He played for them and studied at the same time.

While playing, it became obvious that Isco’s dribbling and running style got different from anyone else. His bow-legged nature which was feared from hindering his career miraculously became an added advantage to his skill.

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In fact, the shape of his legs which was also different made him move differently and helped him deliver good results. Thanks to his progress, another youth club named Atlético Benamiel attained his services.

Isco progress at Atlético Benamiel from 1999 to 2006 was smooth. However, there was an issue with scouts from bigger clubs being afraid to give him a call. A close childhood friend and a fan of Isco once revealed…

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“Ever since I was a kid, I used to say to myself: ‘If Isco doesn’t make it, we’ll never know anyone who does’ – I saw Isco was special.

The funny thing was, at the time there were scouts constantly watching him but no one used to call him, [people] used to say it’s because of the bandy legs, [or] he’s too slow. Well, I don’t think he did badly.”

It was Valencia who took the bold step to sign Isco. He played for Valencia B making 52 appearances and scoring 16 Goals from 2009 to 2011.

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Isco became a hot cake during his Valencia B days. This was when he saw the last days of his youth career.

Isco only played 4 matches for Valencia senior squad before accepting a transfer to Manuel Pellegrini’s Malaga. The club released a statement after his acquisition.

If his bow legs were initially the reason why he wasn’t marketed,…then, it shouldn’t have been.

I don’t care when Isco walks down the road, I don’t care when Isco walks with his dog; I only care how he plays,” says Antonio Fernández, the sporting director who signed Isco for Málaga from Valencia, just as he was turning 19.

Isco Relationship Life:

Isco is not only known for his on-field techniques, but he is also a great performer off-field. He is known for his simple personal life which he manages from a professional angle. 

When he first came into the limelight, lots of fans enquired about Isco’s Love story or Wag. People were eager to know who Isco girlfriend or wife was and how their love life was going.

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You might get surprised knowing a fact that Isco is still unmarried as at the time of writing this piece. He was once in a relationship with Victoria Calderón. They started dating each other in early 2010.

Isco and Beautiful Victoria Calderón.
Isco and Beautiful Victoria Calderón.

They were blessed with a son named Francisco Alarcón Calderón. He was born in 2014.

Isco's family photo.
Isco’s family photo.

Trophy moments are happy moments for Isco and his son as seen below.

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Trophy moment for Isco and Francisco.
Trophy moment for Isco and Francisco.

He takes Francisco his son to training. Isco hopes his son succeeds him in future.

Francisco points a distance for his dad.
Francisco points a distance for his dad.

After his relationship with Victoria got soured, Isco started dating Carmen Munoz who is a model by profession.

Seems like there are no signs of any problem between the couple who started dating in 2016.

We came to know that the couple is enjoying their relationship and support each other in their profession. If everything goes well, Carmen Munoz could turn to be Isco’s future wife.

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More recently, the above point has been put into speculation. This happened as Isco was recently spotted with a new mystery girl, who sent tongues wagging in the Spanish press.

Isco Family Life:

Isco comes from a Spanish middle-class family background. His father, Paco Alarcon, is his current manager and representative.

Paco Alarcón once worked in the maintenance section of in the El Puerto Marina Beach Resort & Vacation Club. 

About Isco’s Mother:

Jenny Suárez is the mother of Isco. The housewife is known to have instilled determination in her son which has helped him to fight and achieve his goals. Jenny was instrumental in teaching her son the basic values of humility.

Isco and mother, Jenny Suárez.
Isco and mother, Jenny Suárez.

About Isco’s Brother:

The first thing to know is the fact that both look very much alike. Isco’s is Antonio Carlos Alarcon. Antonio also played football but due to his injury, he left it. Below are the handsome and hot Alarcon brothers.

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Isco (left), Antonio Carlos Alarcon (right).
Isco (left), Antonio Carlos Alarcon (right).

Isco Biography Facts – Mocking Rival for Loss:

In April 2017, Isco trolled FC Barcelona player Pique after Barcelona suffered a 2-0 defeat against Malaga. After the loss, He tweeted several tweets mocking his rival team and the player Pique.

Isco's only controversial moment.
Isco’s only controversial moment.

For his act, many football fans criticized him for mocking a senior player of the same national team.

Isco Nickname Fact:

His wonky walk from twisted feet, bendy legs, and ball control resulted in his nickname.  It was Iker Casillas and Sergio Ramos who first called him “Magia” meaning ‘Magic’. Soon, everyone in the Real Madrid dressing room followed.

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