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Luis Alfredo Ramírez




Luis Ramírez
Personal information
Full name Luis Alfredo Ramírez Quioto
Date of birth 21 November 1977 (age 42)
Place of birth San Pedro Sula, Honduras
Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position(s) Striker
Club information
Current team
Deportes Savio
Number 21
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1997–1998 Independiente 18 (5)
1998–2000 Real España 49 (19)
1999–2000 Limeno
2001 Guangzhou Geely
2001–2002 Universidad 31 (3)
2002–2003 Honduras Salzburg 32 (3)
2003–2004 Victoria 66 (24)
2005 Marathón 19 (9)
2006 Shanghai Shenhua 27 (13)
2007–2009 Guangzhou Pharmaceutical 81 (48)
2009 Marathón 6 (3)
2010–2011 Hangzhou Greentown 57 (21)
2012 Marathón 20 (7)
2012 Honduras de El Progreso (10)
2013–2014 Deportes Savio 32 (13)
2014 Marathón 16 (5)
2015 Deportes Savio 20
National team
2000–2011 Honduras 9 (1)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 30 January 2012
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 30 January 2011

Luis Alfredo Ramírez Quioto (American Spanish: [lwis alˈfɾeðo raˈmiɾes]; born 21 November 1977), nicknamed El Bombero ([el βomˈbeɾo];[a] the Pumpman), is a Honduran football striker who currently plays for Deportes Savio in the Honduran national league. He is nicknamed Bombero because he used to work at a gas station as a gas pump attendant.

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Club career



Ramírez started his career at Independiente and made his professional debut on 10 June 1998 against Olimpia.[1] He then played for Real España before a short stint with Chinese team Guangzhou Jili Cars. On his return to Honduras, he played for Universidad, Honduras Salzburg, Victoria and Marathón. He scored 59 league goals for them altogether from his debut until 2009.[2]

Chinese years

In 2006, he tried his luck in the Chinese league, where he would stay for six years, playing for Shanghai Shenhua, Guangzhou Pharmaceutical and Hangzhou Greentown. In between he played the 2009 Clausura season with Marathón.[3] Ramírez scored two goals for Guangzhou Pharmaceutical against Wuhan Guanggu in a 3-1 win on the opening fixture of the 2008 Chinese Super League Season. He is the first and the only player to win both Chinese Jia League and Chinese Super League golden boot award.

Return to Honduras

He returned to Honduras to play for Marathón in the 2012 Clausura.[4] In summer 2012, el Bombero joined Honduras de El Progreso of the Honduran second division[5] but he returned to the top flight to play in the 2013 Clausura for Deportes Savio.[6]

Club career statistics in China

Club performance League Cup League Cup Continental Total
Season Club League Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
China PR League FA Cup CSL Cup Asia Total
2001 Guangzhou Geely Chinese Jia-B League 4 0 0 0 - - 4 0
2006 Shanghai Shenhua Chinese Super League 27 13 2 0 - 2 0 31 13
2007 Guangzhou Pharmaceutical Chinese Jia League 23 19 - - - 23 19
2008 Chinese Super League 28 12 - - - 28 12
2009 30 17 - - - 30 17
2010 Hangzhou Greentown 30 14 - - - 30 14
2011 27 7 1 0 - 6 1 34 8
Total China PR 169 82 3 0 - 8 1 180 83

Statistics accurate as of 2 November 2011

Club career statistics in Marathón

Club performance League
Season Club League Apps Goals
Honduras League
2005–06 A Marathón Honduran national league 19 9
2008–09 C Marathón Honduran national league 6 3
2011–12 C Marathón Honduran national league 20 7
2013–14 C Marathón Honduran national league 16 5
Total Honduras 61 24

Statistics accurate as of May 2014

International career



Ramírez made his senior debut for Honduras in an April 2000 FIFA World Cup qualification match against Nicaragua and he immediately scored his first international goal when coming on as a late sub for Milton Reyes. He has earned a total of 9 caps, scoring 1 goal. He has represented his country in only 1 FIFA World Cup qualification match and played at the 2000 Summer Olympics.[7] He also played at the 2005 UNCAF Nations Cup[8] and 2011 Copa Centroamericana.[9]

His final international was a January 2011 Copa Centroamericana match against El Salvador.

International goals

N. Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 16 April 2000 Estadio Cacique Diriangén, Diriamba, Nicaragua  Nicaragua 1–0 1–0 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification

Honours



Club

Individual

Notes



  1. ^ In isolation, Bombero is pronounced [bomˈbeɾo].

References



  1. ^ Desafíe a Ismael Archived 2013-07-02 at Archive.today - La Prensa (in Spanish)
  2. ^ Desafíe a Ismael - La Prensa (in Spanish)
  3. ^ Desafíe a Ismael Archived 2013-06-29 at Archive.today - La Prensa (in Spanish)
  4. ^ 'Bombero' Ramirez: “Marathón puede dar más” - La Prensa (in Spanish)
  5. ^ "Bombero" Ramírez jugará en la Liga de Ascenso de Honduras Archived 2013-07-02 at Archive.today - Diez (in Spanish)
  6. ^ Bombero Ramírez se sumó al Deportes Savio - El Heraldo (in Spanish)
  7. ^ Luis Alfredo Ramírez FIFA competition record
  8. ^ Qualifying Tournament for Gold Cup 2005 - Details Archived 2010-01-17 at WebCite - RSSSF
  9. ^ Copa Centroamericana 2011 (UNCAF Nations Cup) Archived 2013-11-05 at the Wayback Machine - RSSSF
  10. ^ "中甲最终积分榜:广药夺冠笑傲群雄 呼和浩特垫底" . sports.sina.com.cn. 2007-10-27. Retrieved 2019-08-06.

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Categories: 1977 births | Living people | People from San Pedro Sula | Association football forwards | Honduran footballers | Honduras international footballers | Independiente Villela players | Real C.D. España players | C.D. Victoria players | C.D. Marathón players | Shanghai Shenhua F.C. players | Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao F.C. players | Zhejiang Greentown F.C. players | Deportes Savio players | Honduran expatriate footballers | Honduran expatriate sportspeople in China | Expatriate footballers in China | Chinese Super League players | China League One players | Liga Nacional de Fútbol Profesional de Honduras players | Olympic footballers of Honduras | Footballers at the 2000 Summer Olympics | 2005 UNCAF Nations Cup players | 2011 Copa Centroamericana players | Copa Centroamericana-winning players



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