|Full name Heiner Mora Mora|
Name Heiner Mora
Height 1.79 m
1999–2005 Santos de Guapiles
Weight 76 kg
|Date of birth (1984-06-20) June 20, 1984 (age 31)|
Current teams Costa Rica national football team (Defender, Midfielder), Deportivo Saprissa (#27 / Defender)
Similar People Johnny Acosta, Hansell Arauz, Daniel Cambronero, Waylon Francis, David Myrie
Place of birth Guacimo, Costa Rica
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Heiner Mora Mora (born 20 June 1984) is a Costa Rican professional footballer who plays for Deportivo Saprissa as a wingback.
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- Club career
- International career
- International goals
- Personal life
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Heiner Mora began his career with Santos de Guápiles. He was a regular starter at rightback for the club before moving to rivals Brujas in 2007. After being seldom used by Brujas, Mora moved to CF Universidad de Costa Rica and recaptured his previous form. In 2009, he returned to Brujas and became an instant starter for the club. The following season, he rejoined Santos de Guápiles and his form drew the attention of top Costa Rican side Saprissa who signed Mora on loan in early 2011. He is rumored to join the Seattle Sounders FC.
Mora has been playing for Norwegian side Hønefoss since 2012. Due to multiple issues, including an inhospitable climate, language barriers, inflexible regulations for immigrants and being separated from his family, he has expressed that he will leave and go back to Costa Rica on May 31, even if it means retiring from professional soccer.
In August 2013, Mora signed a one-year contract with Belén to play in the Costa Rican Primera División. In summer 2014 he returned to Saprissa.
Mora has played for Costa Rica since 2010. He started all three matches for Costa Rica in the 2011 Copa América and played in the 2011 Gold Cup. Mora missed the 2014 World Cup due to injury and was replaced by David Myrie.
International goalsScores and results list. Costa Rica's goal tally first.
Born to Dagoberto Mora and Luz Marina Mora, he was born and raised in Guácimo, where his father had a papaya farm.