Jesualdo Ferreira

1946 - Today

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Manuel Jesualdo Ferreira (born 24 May 1946) is a Portuguese football manager, currently in charge of Boavista. In a managerial career of forty years, he was in charge of all of his country's Big Three and had his greatest successes at Porto, where he became the first manager to win three consecutive Primeira Liga titles and also lifted the Taça de Portugal twice. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jesualdo Ferreira has received more than 232,174 page views. His biography is available in 22 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 21 in 2019). Jesualdo Ferreira is the 8,314th most popular politician (down from 6,817th in 2019), the 181st most popular biography from Portugal (down from 147th in 2019) and the 89th most popular Portuguese Politician.

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Among politicians, Jesualdo Ferreira ranks 8,314 out of 15,710Before him are Christoph Blocher, Hubert Pierlot, Seocheon of Goguryeo, Agesipolis III, András Hegedüs, and Neferkahor. After him are Amaury de Montfort, Osvaldo Cavandoli, Abbas al-Musawi, Abdallah al-Adil, King Xiao of Zhou, and Khaltmaagiin Battulga.

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Among people born in 1946, Jesualdo Ferreira ranks 186Before him are Jean-Pierre Jarier, Grigory Margulis, Shlomo Sand, Michael Radford, Héctor Lavoe, and Issa Hayatou. After him are Terence McKenna, Maria Bethânia, Robert Fisk, Alison Steadman, Rita Marley, and Petre Roman.

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In Portugal

Among people born in Portugal, Jesualdo Ferreira ranks 181 out of 479Before him are Mário de Araújo Cabral (1934), Infanta Maria of Guimarães (1538), Camilo Castelo Branco (1825), Humberto Delgado (1906), Infanta Isabel Maria of Braganza (1801), and Manuel de Arriaga (1840). After him are Gaius Appuleius Diocles (104), Carlos Seixas (1704), Garcia de Orta (1499), Nuno Tristão (1500), Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen (1919), and Francisco de Sá Carneiro (1934).

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