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Fernando Riera
Personal information
Full name Fernando Riera Bauzá
Date of birth June 27, 1920 (1920-06-27) (age 89)
Place of birth    Santiago, Chile
Playing position Forward / Left Wing
Club information
Current club retired
Youth career
Chile Unión Española
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1937-1938
1939-1950
1950-1952
1953
1953-1954
Chile Unión Española
Chile Universidad Católica
France Stade Reims
Venezuela Deportivo Vasco de Caracas
France FC Rouen
   
National team2
1942-1950 Chile
Teams managed
1954-1957
1958-1962
1962-1963
1964-1965
1966
1966-1968
1968
1969-1970
1971-1972
1972-1973
1973
1974
1974-1975
1975-1976
1977
1977-1978
1978-1982
1983-1984
1985-1988
1988-1989
Portugal C.F. Os Belenenses
Chile Chile
Portugal Benfica
Chile Universidad Católica
Uruguay Nacional
Portugal Benfica
Chile Universidad Católica
Spain Espanyol
Argentina Boca Juniors
Portugal FC Porto
Spain Deportivo La Coruña
France Marseille
Portugal Sporting Lisboa
Mexico Monterrey
Chile Palestino
Mexico Monterrey
Chile Universidad de Chile
Chile Everton
Chile Universidad de Chile
Mexico Monterrey

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only and
correct as of 27 July 2007.
2 National team caps and goals correct
as of 27 July 2007.
* Appearances (Goals)

Fernando Riera Bauza (born 27 June 1920 at Santiago, Chile) is a former Chilean football player and manager.

He played for the Chile in the 1942[1], 1947[2] and 1949 Copa Américas.[3]

He played at the 1950 FIFA World Cup,[4] and managed them on home soil when they finished third in the 1962 FIFA World Cup.[5]

In 1962-63 he led SL Benfica to the Portuguese championship.[6]. He returned to the club in 1966 and led them to the 1966-67 championship[6]

In 1963 he coached a FIFA XI team that were beaten 2-1 by England.[7]

References

External links

  • (Spanish) Game log at Historia de Boca
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