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António Oliveira

1952 - Today

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António Luís Alves Ribeiro de Oliveira (born 10 June 1952) is a Portuguese former football attacking midfielder and manager. As a player, he notably represented two of the Big Three in his country, Porto and Sporting, amassing totals of 267 matches and 99 Primeira Liga goals between the two and also later managing the former club with great success. Also an international player, Oliveira had two coaching spells with the Portugal national team, leading them in one World Cup and one European Championship. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of António Oliveira has received more than 9,448 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. António Oliveira is the 3,206th most popular soccer player, the 336th most popular biography from Portugal and the 50th most popular Portuguese Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, António Oliveira ranks 3,206 out of 16,880Before him are Roman Bürki, Holger Badstuber, Leonid Buryak, Sven Ulreich, Henrik Larsen, and André Chorda. After him are Dani Olmo, Marinho Peres, Silviu Bindea, Makoto Hasebe, Ljubomir Lovrić, and José Antonio Zaldúa.

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Among people born in 1952, António Oliveira ranks 406Before him are Siegfried Stohr, Barbara Hendricks, David R. Ellis, Joe Alaskey, Tim Powers, and Nicholas Hooper. After him are Lydie Polfer, Jacek Yerka, Eliane Giardini, Randy Jones, Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, and Merrick Garland.

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In Portugal

Among people born in Portugal, António Oliveira ranks 336 out of 555Before him are Hélder Postiga (1982), Pedro Costa (1958), Pedro Proença (1970), Jorge Costa (1971), Eduardo Serra (1943), and João Cancelo (1994). After him are Lio (1962), Paulo de Carvalho (1947), Pedro Lamy (1972), Natália Correia (1923), João Félix (1999), and Jorge de Paiva (1887).

Among SOCCER PLAYERS In Portugal

Among soccer players born in Portugal, António Oliveira ranks 50Before him are Bernardo Silva (1994), Renato Sanches (1997), Fernando Chalana (1959), Hélder Postiga (1982), Jorge Costa (1971), and João Cancelo (1994). After him are João Félix (1999), Ricardo (1976), Domingos Paciência (1969), João Pinto (1961), Fernando Meira (1978), and Ricardinho (1985).