Ricardo Nicolás Abumohor Salman
9 June 1942
|Known for||President and owner of O'Higgins|
Ricardo Abumohor (Spanish pronunciation: [riˈkaɾðo aβumoˈoɾ], born 9 June 1942) is a Chilean businessman of Palestinian origin, current owner of Primera División club O'Higgins since 2006. He also was the president of the Anfp five years, in where the Chilean national team during his period qualified to the 1998 FIFA World Cup held in France thanks to the coach Nelson Acosta.
Abumohor bought the team to Codelco, having the Primera B title as principal objective for return to the Primera División, achieving also that objective, defeating 4–3 to Deportes Melipilla in the aggregate for the promotion with Hugo Brizuela and Mario Núñez as the key players of the success.
In 2013, he won the Apertura 2013–14 with O'Higgins, being the first title in the history of the club, receiving with the coach Eduardo Berizzo the Llaves de la Ciudad de Rancagua by the Rancagua's alcalde Eduardo Soto. In 2014, he won the Supercopa de Chile against Deportes Iquique in the penalty shoot-out.
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Abel Alonso Sopelana
| President of Anfp
Mario Mosquera Ruíz
Juan Carlos Latife
| President of O'Higgins