Luis Alfredo Ramírez

This article is about the Honduran footballer. For other uses, see Luis Ramirez.

Luis Ramírez

Personal information

Full name
Luis Alfredo Ramírez Quioto

Date of birth
(1977-11-21) 21 November 1977 (age 39)

Place of birth
San Pedro Sula, Honduras

Height
1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)

Playing position
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)

2001
Guangzhou Geely
4
(0)

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)

Honours

 Honduras

UNCAF Nations Cup
2005

* 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

This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Ramírez and the second or maternal family name is Quioto.
Luis Alfredo Ramírez Quioto, nicknamed El Bombero (the Pumpman), (born 21 November 1977) 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.

Contents

1 Club career

1.1 Chinese years
1.2 Return to Honduras
1.3 Club career statistics in China
1.4 Club career statistics in Marathón

2 International career

2.1 International goals

3 Honours

3.1 Club
3.2 Individual

4 References
5 External links

Club career[edit]
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[edit]
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 Gr