| Olaf Heredia|
| Carlos Olaf Heredia Orozco|
(1957-10-19) 19 October 1957 (age 58)
Olaf Heredia Wikipedia
Carlos Olaf Heredia Orozco (born 19 October 1957) is a Mexican football goalkeeper who played for Mexico in the 1986 FIFA World Cup. He also played for Tigres de la UANL.
Born in Apatzingán, Heredia was the fifth of seven children and devoted himself to football. He began playing football with UNAM Pumas and made his Mexican Primera División debut against Atlético Potosino in 1978. Heredia would play six seasons with Pumas, and won the 1980–81 Primera title with the club.
After leaving Pumas, Heredia had spells with Tigres de la UANL, Monarcas Morelia, Cruz Azul and Santos Laguna. Before he retired, he won a second Primera title with Santos in 1996.
After he finished playing football, Heredia became a goalkeeping coach for Pumas. On 2012 he was appointed new Chivas GK coach.