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Asociación Deportiva RamonenseDescription : Asociación Deportiva Ramonense were a Costa Rican football team playing at the top level. It was based in San Ramón, Alajuela. Their home stadium was Estadio Guillermo Vargas Roldán.They were renamed A.D. Municipal San Ramón in 2013 after failing to settle their debts and being relegated to the third tier.Founded on 5 April 1953, Domingo Borja became their first president. He was succeeded by Guillermo Vargas Roldán who oversaw the club's rise to ultimately the top tier of Costa Rican footbal... Page:a209

A.D. Ramonense
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Full nameAsociación Deportiva Ramonense
Nickname(s)The Poets, Moncho, The Giantkiller
Founded5 April 1953
GroundEstadio Guillermo Vargas Roldán
San Ramón, Costa Rica
Ground Capacity5,000
ChairmanCosta Rica Claudio Morera
ManagerCosta Rica Rolando Araya
LeagueTercera Division de Costa Rica
2014-154th
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Away colours
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Asociación Deportiva Ramonense were a Costa Rican football team playing at the top level. It was based in San Ramón, Alajuela. Their home stadium was Estadio Guillermo Vargas Roldán.

They were renamed A.D. Municipal San Ramón in 2013 after failing to settle their debts and being relegated to the third tier.

History

A.D. Ramonense

Founded on 5 April 1953, Domingo Borja became their first president. He was succeeded by Guillermo Vargas Roldán who oversaw the club's rise to ultimately the top tier of Costa Rican football. They remained there for 20 years until their relegation in 1988, clinched promotion again in 1992 and were in the Segunda División de Costa Rica again from 1999 to 2003 and from 2006 to 2008. They had two players at Costa Rica's first World Cup appearance: goalkeeping hero Luis Gabelo Conejo and Mauricio Montero.

Ramonense won promotion to the Primera División de Costa Rica for the 2008-09 season by winning a play-off against Municipal Grecia. Ramonense had previously won promotion to the Primera in 1967, 1992 and 2003.

El Poeta de Occidente

In 2010, the club was renamed from Asociación Deportiva Ramonense to Club Deportivo Ramonense Poeta de Occidente. In 2012, the club returned to its traditional name.

Financial problems and A.D. Municipal San Ramón

In 2013 it transpired that second division side Ramonense were struggling with financial problems. Due to these debts, the club were not cleared to play their first games in the 2013 Apertura championship, forcing Uruguayan manager Orlando de León to resign. They were relegated after not playing the entire season and renamed A.D. Municipal San Ramón.

On 18 April 2014, Ramonense founder Guillermo Vargas Roldán died at San Ramón Hospital .

Players

Player Records

Most appearances (as of March 30, 2010)
#NameCareerAppsGoals
1Carlos Losilla32869
2William Cruz253
3José Ortíz232
4Juan Mora191
5Gerardo Nájera176
6Juan D Ulate173
7Hilario Falcón170
8Leonel Ramírez169
9Roger Álvarez164
10Carlos Ulate163

Current squad

  • As of January 2015

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.PositionPlayer
1Costa RicaGKHans Zúñiga
4Costa RicaDFJeffry Muñoz
4Costa RicaDFErick Rojas
5Costa RicaDFJosé Manuel Lara
10Costa RicaMFLogan Santamaría
15Costa RicaDFEli Jiménez
17Costa RicaMFCésar Chacón
20Costa RicaGKGabriel Mora
Costa RicaAlexander Salguero
Costa RicaErick Sibaja
Costa RicaErnesto Mayorga
Costa RicaGabriel Araya
No.PositionPlayer
Costa RicaKevin Avila
Costa RicaBryan Chavarría
Costa RicaLuis Alonso Ledezma
Costa RicaLuis Enrique Sequeira
Costa RicaYeancarlo Fernández
Costa RicaMario Alexis Castro
Costa RicaMarvin Ferreto
Costa RicaYeison Alvarez
Costa RicaMarvin Vargas
Costa RicaJordi Araya
Costa RicaPablo Byron Ramírez
Costa RicaBryan Chaves

Notable players

See also: Category:Asociación Deportiva Ramonense players
  • Costa Rica Toribio Rojas (1967-1968)
  • Costa Rica Gerardo "Cebolla" Gutiérrez
  • Costa Rica Carlos Losilla
  • Costa Rica William Cruz
  • Costa Rica William Sunsing (1996-1998, 2003)
  • Costa Rica Omar Arroyo (1977-1980)
  • Costa Rica Luis Gabelo Conejo (1980-1988, 1997)
  • Costa Rica Mauricio Montero (1981-1987)
  • Costa Rica Alejandro Sequeira (2008-2009)
  • Costa Rica Rodrigo Kenton (1978-1979, 1988-1989)
  • Uruguay Jorge Washington Santos
  • Uruguay Telmo Blanco
  • Uruguay Víctor Pereira
  • Belize Shane Orio (2009-2010)


Historical list of coaches

  • Costa Rica Guido "Balín" Gutiérrez (1967)
  • Costa Rica Toribio Rojas
  • Uruguay Orlando de León (1972)
  • Costa Rica Carlos Santana (1997-1998)
  • Spain Juan Luis Hernández Fuertes (1998)
  • Uruguay Orlando de León (May 25, 2003-2004)
  • Colombia Orlando Restrepo (- Nov 23, 2004)
  • Argentina Carlos de Toro (-Nov,1 2005)
  • Costa Rica Luis Bonilla (Nov 9, 2005-2006)
  • Uruguay Orlando de León (- Sep 11, 2008)
  • Brazil Marco Octavio de Cerqueira (Sep 25, 2008-May 2009)
  • Uruguay Carlos Linaris (- Aug 29, 2009)
  • Costa Rica Rónald Cháves (Aug 2009-Dec 2010)
  • Uruguay Orlando de León (2013)
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