António Luís Alves Ribeiro de Oliveira (born 10 June 1952) is a retired Portuguese football attacking midfielder and manager.As a player, he notably represented two of the Big Three in his country, Porto and Sporting, amassing totals of 266 games and 99 Primeira Liga goals between the two and also later managing the former with great success.Having also represented it as a player, Oliveira had two coaching spells with the Portugal national team, leading it in one World Cup and one European Championship.

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