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RAMON RAMIREZ

"RR7"

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Position: Midfielder

Nickname: RR7

Nationality: Mexico

Birthplace: Tepic, Nayarit

Date of Birth: 12/5/1969

Special Interests:

  • reading
  • golf

Ramón's craftiness and playmaking ability made him a rare and unique offensive talent.

Ramón showed the world his versatility as a player by being able adapt and by finding ways to attack from different areas of the field.  At the club level Ramón would play as an offensive midfielder and with the Mexican National Team he would take on the responsibility of the left fullback position.  This is not something easy, not many players can make that kind of adjustment in their game.  Having earned the honor, Ramón represented Mexico in the 1994 World Cup in the United States and the 1998 World Cup in France.  Along with Claudio Suarez and Jorge Campos, Ramon also leads the list of players with the most games played for the Mexican National Team with 121 international matches.

Professional Club Career: 1988 – 2009

Santos Laguna (1990 – 1994)
* 1993 – 1994: Runner-up

Chivas de Guadalajara (1994 – 1998)
* Apertura 1996 – Clausura 1997: Citalis Best Midfielder
* Clausura 1997: League Champions
* 1998: Runner-up

Club América (Clausura 1999)


Tigres UANL (Apertura 1999 – 2001)
* 2001: League Runner-up

Chivas de Guadalajara (2002 – 2004)
* 2004: League Runner-up

Chivas USA of MLS (2005 – 2007)


Mexican National Team: 1991 – 2000
121 international caps

FIFA World Cup:
United States 1994
France 1998

FIFA Confederations Cup:
1999 (Champions)

Copa America:
Ecuador 1993 (Runner-up)
Uruguay 1995 (Seventh place)
Paraguay 1999 (Third place)

CONCACAF Gold Cup:
1993 (Champions)
1996 (Champions)
1998 (Champions)

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