Maniche

maniche

What does Maniche stand for?

Nuno Ricardo de Oliveira Ribeiro OIH (born 11 November 1977), known as Maniche ( European Portuguese: [maˈniʃ] ), is a Portuguese retired professional footballer who played as a central midfielder .

Why did Maniche leave Coimbra?

On 12 June 2013, Maniche was appointed as assistant at Paços de Ferreira after his former Porto and international teammate Costinha was hired as the manager. Three years later he was hired in the same role alongside the same boss at Segunda Liga side Académica de Coimbra, but left after four months due to personal reasons.

How to get to Maniche?

Maniche has three communal sections. It is a landlocked town, most of which is a valley, and its climate is normal. Its inhabitants bear the name of Manichoix. Route 700-A enters the town from the south, it leaves the town through the west by turning left in the town center at a 4-way intersection.

What happened to Maniche?

Maniche was released from contract on 6 May, even before the season was over, being left available to sign for any club, with a return to Porto one of the possible destinations. On 20 July 2009, Maniche moved to the Bundesliga with 1.

What happened to Maniche?

Maniche was released from contract on 6 May, even before the season was over, being left available to sign for any club, with a return to Porto one of the possible destinations. On 20 July 2009, Maniche moved to the Bundesliga with 1.

How did Maniche get his nickname?

Known for his teamwork, stamina and powerful shot, Maniche received his nickname after Benficas 1980s Danish forward Michael Manniche. Jorge Ribeiro, Maniches younger brother, was also a footballer. Mainly a left midfielder, he also represented Benfica amongst many other clubs, and the two were teammates at Dynamo Moscow.

Who is Manuel Maniche?

Maniche enjoyed a successful period at Porto, winning both the UEFA Cup in 2003 and the UEFA Champions League in 2004 and contributing with 13 goals in 60 matches as the club also managed back-to-back Primeira Liga titles.

How many caps did Manuel Maniche have for Portugal?

Maniche won 52 caps for Portugal, representing the nation at Euro 2004 and the 2006 World Cup and finishing runner-up in the former competition. Born in Lisbon, Maniche played youth football for local S.L. Benfica.

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