Frankie Oviedo (born September 21, 1973 in Cali, Colombia) is a Colombian former footballer and coach who played for various clubs of Colombia, Venezuela and Mexico as a midfielder. He retired in 2009 to lead a youth football academy in Cali. He capped 20 matches with the national team. In 2012, he joined Club Tijuana in Mexico as an assistant coach for the U-20 teams. He currently leads the youth division of the team Xoloitzcuintles.

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  • Frankie Oviedo (born September 21, 1973 in Cali, Colombia) is a Colombian former footballer and coach who played for various clubs of Colombia, Venezuela and Mexico as a midfielder. He retired in 2009 to lead a youth football academy in Cali. He capped 20 matches with the national team. In 2012, he joined Club Tijuana in Mexico as an assistant coach for the U-20 teams. He currently leads the youth division of the team Xoloitzcuintles. (en)
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  • Frankie Oviedo (born September 21, 1973 in Cali, Colombia) is a Colombian former footballer and coach who played for various clubs of Colombia, Venezuela and Mexico as a midfielder. He retired in 2009 to lead a youth football academy in Cali. He capped 20 matches with the national team. In 2012, he joined Club Tijuana in Mexico as an assistant coach for the U-20 teams. He currently leads the youth division of the team Xoloitzcuintles. (en)
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