| Quim Machado|
| Joaquim Machado Goncalves|
(1966-10-10) 10 October 1966 (age 49)
Bruno Ribeiro, Jerzy Brzeczek, Marcin Kaczmarek, Piotr Brozek, Grzegorz Rasiak
Santo Tirso, Portugal
Quim Machado Wikipedia
Joaquim Machado Gonçalves (born 10 October 1966), known as Quim Machado, is a former Portuguese footballer who played as a right back, and is the current manager of Saudi Arabian club Al-Batin FC.
Born in Santo Tirso, Porto District, Machado began his senior career with local F.C. Tirsense in 1985, competing in the second division with the club. Subsequently, during one full decade and always in the Primeira Liga, he represented S.C. Braga, Vitória de Guimarães, C.F. Estrela da Amadora, G.D. Chaves, Varzim S.C. and S.C. Campomaiorense; with the second team, he appeared in four complete games in the 1992–93 UEFA Cup, helping dispose of Real Sociedad in the first round (3–2 on aggregate).
Machado returned to the second level for his last seasons, playing for F.C. Maia and C.D. Aves. He also spent one year in lower league football with first team Tirsense, before retiring altogether at nearly 37 with F91 Dudelange in Luxembourg.
Machado began his coaching career in 2004, with amateurs A.D. Oliveirense. He moved to Tirsense also in division four two years later, promoting to the third tier at the first attempt and going on to achieve a further three top-four finishes.
Machado signed with second division club C.D. Feirense in June 2010, winning promotion at the end of his first season and returning the Azuis da Feira to the top flight after 23 years. He was relieved of his duties on 2 April 2012 due to poor results, and the team was ultimately relegated back as second from bottom; in July, he was appointed at Hungary's Vasas SC, only to return to his previous job after a mere two months.
In October 2013, Machado signed for Chaves also in level two. On 16 June of the following year, he was appointed at Ekstraklasa club Lechia Gdańsk, leaving in September due to poor results.
In the 2014–15 campaign, Machado led C.D. Tondela to the second tier championship, with the subsequent first-ever promotion to the top flight. On 18 May 2016, after having narrowly avoided relegation from the latter competition with Vitória de Setúbal, he resigned.