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Sá Pinto

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Name
Ricardo Manuel Andrade e Silva Sá Pinto
Date of birth
10 October 1972 (age 49)
Birth Country
Portugal
Birth Place
Porto
Nationality
Portugal
Current team
Biography

Ricardo Manuel Andrade e Silva Sá Pinto is a Portuguese former footballer who played as a forward, and is the manager of S.C. Braga.

He was known for his fighting spirit, best displayed in his stints at Sporting, where he was dubbed “Ricardo Lion Heart” by the club’s fans.[1] In a career which was cut short by injury and suspension, he appeared in 230 Primeira Liga games (scoring 51 goals), also playing abroad in Spain for two years.

Sá Pinto appeared with the Portugal national team in two European Championships, reaching the semi-finals at Euro 2000. He started working as a manager in 2012, having spells at Sporting, Red Star, OFI, Atromitos, Belenenses, Al-Fateh, Atromitos and Standard Liège.

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