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Víctor Ramos

Víctor Ramos
Personal information
Full nameVíctor Rogelio Ramos
Date of birth (1958-09-04) September 4, 1958 (age 55)
Place of birthRosario, Argentina
Playing positionStriker
Senior career*
1978-1984Newell's Old Boys?(102)
1987-1989Newell's Old Boys
1989-1990Nueva Chicago
1990-1991Unión de Santa Fe33(14)
National team
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 21 November 2007.
† Appearances (Goals).

Víctor Rogelio Ramos (born September 4, 1958 in Rosario) is a former Argentine football striker. He played club football in Argentina and France and represented the Argentina national football team. His spent the majority of his career with Newell's Old Boys, where he holds the record as the clubs top scorer with 104 goals.

Ramos started his professional career in 1978 with Newell's, he soon established himself as a first team player, scoring his first goal for the club on July 8, 1979 against Huracán. He went on to score 104 goals for the club including 30 in Metropolitano 1983, to become the leagues topscorer.

Ramos was included in the Argentina squad for Copa América 1983. He played a total of 10 games for his country, scoring one goal.

In 1985 Ramos moved to France where he played for Nantes and Toulon before returning to Argentina in 1987.

Ramos was part of the Newell's Old Boys team that won the 1987-1988 championship. He continued playing for the club until 1989.

In the latter years of his playing career Ramos played for Nueva Chicago and Unión de Santa Fe, retiring in 1991.


Season Team Title
1987-1988 Argentina Newell's Old Boys Primera División Argentina

External links

  • (Spanish) Newell's Old Boys top scorers

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