|Full name||Héctor Oscar Rivoira|
|Date of birth||April 10, 1960|
|Place of birth||Ituzaingó, Argentina|
|Playing position||A la defensiva|
|1989–1991||Defensores de Belgrano|
|2004–2005||Ferro Carril Oeste|
|2011–2012||Olimpo de Bahía Blanca|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 21:18, 3 December 2009 (UTC).
Rivoira played for the River Plate youth teams but never played for the first team. in 1981 he joined Almirante Brown where he played 155 games. He then joined Deportivo Italia where he had a brief stint as a Primera División player during the 1986-87 season. Later in his career he played for Club Atlético Lanús and Defensores de Belgrano before playing out his career with local side Club Atlético Ituzaingó.
Rivoira was given the job as manager of Club Atlético Ituzaingó in 1992. He also managed a number of other teams in the 2nd division (Primera B Nacional) teams in the 1990s. In 1999 his Chacarita Juniors team was promoted to the Primera Division after a 2nd place finish. He managed the team for the full Apertura 1999 tournament but was sacked four games into Clausura 2000.
In 2003, he returned to Argentina and became manager of Instituto de Córdoba and led them to the Primera B Nacional championship and earned a team promotion to the Primera División for the 2nd time. Following this promotion he was sacked only 9 games into the Primera División season.
In 2008, he took over as manager of newly promoted Atlético Tucumán and led them to the 2008-09 Primera B Nacional championship, his 2nd championship and third promotion at this level. After a poor start to the Primera División season he resigned after 12 games of the Apertura. In December 2009 he was unveiled as the new manager of Club Atlético Huracán, his first appointment as manager of an established Primera División club.
Titles as a manager
|2003-04||Instituto de Córdoba||Primera B Nacional|
|2008-09||Atlético Tucumán||Primera B Nacional|
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