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Formerly in Santa Marta on 9 August 1979, David Arturo Ferreira Rico is a Columbian soccer player who attaches himself to Unión Magdalena as an offensive middlefielder. Mr Ferreira began his carreer in 1997 with the Primera B Expresso Rojo in Colombia. In 1999 he came to Real Cartagena and helped them gain a championship status.
Joining América de Cali in the first league in 2000, he helped the side triumph over three successive league titles between 2000 and 2002 before joining Brazil's Atletico Paranaense in 2005. While at Atletico Paranaense, from 2005 to 2008, he performed in 179 matches, beginning with 175 of them, with 38 gates and 42 templates.
On 7 March 2007, in Curitiba, Brazil, he played his future FC Dallas in the first match of the USA-Brazil Challenge. Between February and June 2008, David was loaned to the Al-Shabab Dubai, United Arab Emirates clubs to perform 12 times and help the squad secure the championship trophy before he returned to Atletico Paranaense.
Ferreira was awarded to FC Dallas in Major League Soccer on 24 February 2009. On November 19, 2010, he was voted into the MLS MVP division after score eight times and add 13 assist points in the normal year. FC Dallas released a multi-year deal with Atletico Paranaense on 20 December 2010 He was appointed to the MLS Week 4 team for his two rapids strikes in the 2011 MLS campaign.
However, his game never reverted to the high levels before his injuries in 2011, and the side rejected his post-season contractual option. David then came back to gamble in his home country of Colombia. A member of the Colombian side since 2001, Ferreira won the Copa America in 2001 and took part in Copa America competitions in 2004 and 2007.
Jesus Ferreira is the professional FC Dallas player's ancestor.