Óscar Ramírez Hernández (born 8 December 1964 in Heredia), nicknamed "El Machillo" (The Blondie), was a Costa Rican internationalfootballer, whose great career is often considered as legendary in his native country. He played for the two most important teams in his country, LD Alajuelense and Deportivo Saprissa, becoming a star and an idol for both team's fans. With LD Alajuelense he won four national championships during the 1980s and early '90s, as well as a CONCACAF Champions Cup in 1986. During 1993's season, "El Machillo" switched to Alajuela's arch-rival team Saprissa, causing a commotion on Liga's fans. With Saprissa, he won a total of three more national championships and two CONCACAF Champions Cup titles.