Ramires, formerly a professional Brazilian footballer, is now known as Ramires Santos do Nascimento. He was a midfielder who was comfortable playing in either the center or right midfielder position. He played as a box-to-box midfielder because of his energy in supporting both defensive and offensive play.
He was one of the most used midfielders in EA Sports’ FIFA 14, 15, & 16. Ramires began his career playing for Royal Sports Club 114 km northwest of Rio de Janeiro in Barra do Piraí. He signed for Joinville in 2005, before joining Cruzeiro, with whom he spent just over two seasons. He appeared in 61 league matches and scored 10 times.
Ramires moved to Portugal and signed for Benfica in 2009. He spent one season with Benfica, during which they won the Primeira Liga title and Taça da Liga. After joining the English club Chelsea in the summer of 2010, he won every major domestic and European competition with them. Ramires signed for Jiangsu Suning in January 2016 for £25 million.
Ramires made his debut on 6 June 2009 in a 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification match against Uruguay and is a former Brazilian international. He was on the winning team for the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup and won a bronze medal at the 2008 Olympics. He was capped 52 times and was a member of the Brazil national team for the 2010 World Cup, 2011 Copa América, and 2014 World Cup.
|Full Name||Ramires Santos do Nascimento|
|Date of Birth||24 March 1987|
|Birth Place||Barra do Piraí, Brazil|
|Spouse||Islana Fabrícia Rosa do Nascimento|
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1. What is Ramires’ date of birth?
Ramires’s date of birth is 24 October 1987.
2. What is Ramires’s place of birth?
Ramires’s place of birth is Barra do Piraí, Brazil.
3. What is Ramires’s height?
Ramires’s height is 1.80m.
4. What is the full name of Ramires?
The full name of Ramires is Ramires Santos do Nascimento.
5. What are some unique achievements of Ramires in his football career?
Some unique achievements of Ramires in his football career are He was on the winning team for the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup and won a bronze medal at the 2008 Olympics. He was capped 52 times and was a member of the Brazil national team for the 2010 World Cup, 2011 Copa América, and 2014 World Cup.