Former football player and manager, originally from Brazil, who spent his career in Japan and played for the Japan national team.- Ruy Ramos
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Japanese professional football club based in Inagi, Tokyo.
As Japanese football began its transition from the JSL to the J.League in the early 1990s, it invested heavily in stars and featured Japan internationals Kazuyoshi Miura, Ruy Ramos and Tsuyoshi Kitazawa.
Japanese professional football club based in Kyoto.
Ruy Ramos 1997
Japanese football club from the Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.
While inviting former Verdy Kawasaki's Ruy Ramos as a player and technical advisor and organizing the team as a "Kariyushi Football Club of Okinawa Kariyushi", the satellite organization of "Kariyushi Saussha" (affiliated to the Prefectural Social League) established a youth organization.
Controlled by the JFA, the governing body for football in Japan.
🇯🇵 Ruy Ramos (20??–2019)
Housed at the Japan Football Museum (:ja:日本サッカーミュージアム), in JFA House in Bunkyo, Tokyo.
During the final match of the final qualification round for the 1994 FIFA World Cup, Japan and Iraq played to a 2–2 draw in Doha, Qatar.
Manager Marius Johan Ooft was fired weeks after the match, and the elimination from the tournament effectively ended World Cup aspirations for the majority of the team, most notably the midfield general Ruy Ramos.
Japanese talent agency and advertising agency headquartered in Uchi-Kanda, Chiyoda, Tokyo.
Ruy Ramos (former Japan national football team player)
Listed below are the dates and results for the 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification rounds for the Asian zone (AFC).
🇯🇵 Ruy Ramos
Former Japanese football player.
After retirement, Maezono was selected by the Japan national beach soccer team by manager Ruy Ramos who was his team mate at Verdy Kawasaki.
Former Japanese football player and manager.
In 2006, he became an assistant coach to new manager Ruy Ramos at another J2 side Tokyo Verdy.