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Jesús, “Chucho” Ramírez as he is popularly known, has a long and successful career as a professional soccer player, Technical Director and trainer of outstanding professional soccer players.
Jesús, “Chucho” Ramírez as he is popularly known, has a long and successful career as a professional soccer player, Technical Director and trainer of outstanding professional soccer players, analyst and sports commentator of international events and as a keynote speaker for more than 200 companies in Mexico and abroad.
Jesús Ramírez began as a footballer in the basic forces of the Pumas UNAM soccer team, making his professional debut under the direction of “Carlitos” Peters at the age of 17. During his career as a player, he was League Champion and Cup Champion with the Pumas, he played professionally for 19 years for Pumas, Cruz Azul, Puebla, Atlante, Neza, Veracruz and Querétaro teams.
Jesús Ramírez continued his career in soccer as Director of the Youth Academy and technical assistant of the professional team of the Atlante Club, he participated in Televisa’s Executive Committee of Soccer in Argentina with the Boca Juniors Club, he was Technical Secretary of the Senior National Team and for 9 years he remained in the structure of the minor National Teams, in 2001 as Technical Director of the Sub National Team 15, from 2003 to 2005 as Technical Director of the U15 and U17 National Teams and from 2005 to 2009 as Technical Director of the U17 and U20 National Teams and as Director of the Youth National Teams. He led the Senior National Team in the knockout stage for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. He was Technical Director of Club América and later was in charge of the Directorate of the Youth Academy of the same Club. As of 2011 he is hired by the Japan Soccer Federation to collaborate in the training of coaches and players.
Jesús Ramírez has been recognized as a great promoter of young Mexican soccer players as well as a discoverer and trainer of talents at an international level. In 2005 he achieved for Mexico with the U17 National Team, the first world championship in its history, this achievement was a great boost for our young soccer players and a highlight in Mexican soccer.
Jesús Ramírez’s lectures move the audience and have given him, along with the World Championship, the prestige that he now enjoys as one of the great motivators of our country. Now, he shares his national and international experience based on the achievements obtained in the sports and business fields, through a range of services for companies and sports institutions.