Hamilton Ricard

Soccer Player

Hamilton Ricard was born in Quibdó, Chocó Department, Colombia on January 12th, 1974 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 50, Hamilton Ricard biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 12, 1974
Place of Birth
Quibdó, Chocó Department, Colombia
50 years old
Zodiac Sign
Association Football Player
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Hamilton Ricard Life

Hámilton Ricard Cuesta (Spanish pronunciation: [xamilton kwesta]; born 12 January 1974) is a Colombian former footballer who played as a striker. He played for clubs in ten countries over the course of his career, including Colombian side Deportivo Cali, Independiente Santa Fe, and Deportes Quindo, Ecuador's Emelec, APOEL in Bulgaria, Spanish side Numancia, Uruguayan club Danubio and Concepción in Chile, among other things.

Personal life

Ricard is the mother of a child.


Hamilton Ricard Career


In 1998, Ricard was signed for Middlesbrough by manager Bryan Robson for a £2 million fee. Because Middlesbrough had no papers, he signed his signature on a napkin. He scored 33 goals in 115 appearances during his four-year Middlesbrough career. He was the top scorer in Middlesbrough twice. Ricard was deemed surplus to requirements and allowed to move to CSKA Sofia on a free transfer when Steve McClaren took over the reins, and was able to move to CSKA Sofia. Ricard left Bulgaria after one season in Bulgaria and went to Japan, where he played for Shonan Bellmare in Second Division.

Ricard has rowed controversy both on and off the field after leaving Middlesbrough. While playing for Guayaquil's Emelec in 2002, he was involved in a car crash that killed a pilot and was barred from football for 12 months for attacking a referee and making offensive gestures to the crowd. The ban was reduced on appeal, and Ricard attempted to return to Europe to resurrect his career. He played for APOEL in Cyprus briefly before deciding on Numancia for a year. He played 16 times, scoring two goals.

Since moving to Danubio, Uruguay, where he scored 12 goals and was named one of the best players of the decade, he was voted one of the best players of the decade. He trialled with Chinese Super League team Shenhua in June 2007, before committing to the Chinese club and concluding a long-term deal.

Ricard has represented Colombia 27 times, scoring five goals.