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Heron Ferreira

Heron Ferreira
Personal information
Full name Heron Ricardo Ferreira
Date of birth (1958-01-28) 28 January 1958
Place of birth Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Teams managed
Years Team
1992-1993 Olaria
1994–1995 Juventude
1996 Americano
1996 Coritiba
1997 Al-Hilal (Riyadh)
1998 Ituano
1998 Bragantino
1999 Ituano
2000 União São João
2000 Anápolis
2002 Santa Cruz
2003 Figueirense
2004 CRB
2006–2008 Al-Hilal (Omdurman)
2008–2009 Ismaily
2009 Al-Ahli (Doha)
2011 Vila Nova
2011–2012 Al-Merrikh
2013–2014 ASA
2014–2015 Ismaily

Heron Ricardo Ferreira known as Heron (born 28 January 1958 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian professional football manager.


  • Career 1
  • Titles 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


Since 1987 he coached many clubs, including Olaria, Juventude, Coritiba, Americano-RJ, Al-Hilal (Riyadh), Ituano, Anápolis, Náutico,[1] Al-Hilal (Omdurman), Ismaily,[2] Al-Ahli (Doha),[3] Vila Nova,[4] Al-Merrikh[5] and ASA.[6][7]




  1. ^ Heron Ferreira será técnico do Náutico em 2005 - Terra Brasil
  2. ^ Ismail Set To Unveil Ricardo As New Coach -
  3. ^ Al-Ahly fire Ferreira :: Middle East Football :: Your Ultimate Source of Football in the Middle East
  4. ^ Heron Ferreira é o novo treinador do Vila Nova - Futebol - iG
  5. ^ "We haven't qualified for the semi-finals yet," Sudan's Al-Merreikh football coach Ricardo
  6. ^ 22:06 · New recruits Banahene and Anobaah sign for Ismaily
  7. ^ Heron Ferreira - Heron Ricardo Ferreira -

External links

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