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Name Ricardo Pini Ivancevic
Birth Buenos Aires, Argentina
Nationality Flag of Argentina
Predecessor Arnoldo Sanchez
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Ricardo Pini Ivancevic is a teacher, lawyer and businessman Argentine current owner and president of the Chilean club Rangers de Talca.
Lawyer U.B.A. 1973
Professor U.B.A. Head of Civil Law III works 1974
Professor U.B.A. Deputy Labour Law 1975
Member of the Institute of Commercial Law of the UNA
Purchase Rangers football team, through Piduco SADP 
On January 5, 2010 the Rangers auction process begins. The auction contemplated the federal rights of the club, trophies, sports equipment and passes some players. The minimum bid was $ 500 million. After two failed attempts, the most striking of the participation of businesswoman Gladys González (better known as Cuca), the Club was finally topped the August 26, 2010, adjudicándoselo the corporation Piduco SADP, formed by Antoinette Costa and Monserrat Olivares, wife and daughter of Eduardo Olivares, president Rama Football Union San Felipe, whose advisers and representatives in the auction were Ricardo and Sebastian Pini. The Club was sold at $ 550 million. However, the Third Court of Talca rescinded the auction because of alleged defects in the process. But the November 3, the Court of Appeals overturned this ruling and place the Corporation could take control of the club.
After the sales process, and lack of refining certain details of writing, the company Piduco SADP, managed by Ricardo and Sebastian Pini brothers, took full control of Rangers on November 23, 2010. Among the first acts of the new management restructuring and sports club management level were highlighted; an agreement with the Municipality of San Javier to use their stadium while the Fiscal remodels; Sponsor change with a new fashion design; and hiring a new coaching staff along with the almost total renovation of campus.
After nearly four years of purchase, Ricardo Pini y Cia. Talquino club centenary lead to one of his worst football and institutional crisis, a rift never before seen between the leaders of the club and the supporters.