Narciso Horácio Doval (4 January 1944 - 12 October 1991) was an Argentine football player.
El Loco Doval was born in Buenos Aires.
Playing in the hole, as a winger, or as a forward, Doval was skillful, had a good technical ability, and could both score and create a lot of opportunities for a centre forward.
His style of playing quickly made him an idol in every club he played for, but especially in Rio de Janeiro rivals Flamengo and Fluminense.
He scored 95 goals in 263 matches for Flamengo, and 68 goals in 142 matches for Fluminense.
Zico said that he was one of the best attacking partners he ever had.
Doval also participated in Garrincha's farewell match at the Maracanã Stadium in 1973.
In 1980, he played a single season with the Cleveland Cobras and New York United in the American Soccer League.
He was traded from Cleveland in mid-season for American-born star Joey Fink.
In 1991, after winning a Supercopa Libertadores match against Estudiantes de la Plata, Flamengo's players met Doval and they went together to a night club in Buenos Aires.
During the celebration he suffered a fatal heart attack at the age of 47.