Juande Ramos

Juande Ramos

Juande Ramos

  • Current club: FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk
  • Date of Birth: 25 September 1954
  • Birthplace: Pedro Muñoz, Pedro Muñoz, Spain
  • Position: Midfielder

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      Juande Ramos: Tottenham used to be a selling club - keeping stars has seen Spurs reach the next level
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      Ghana defender Inkoom looking to leave Dnipro

      24 year old Ghanaian defender Samuel Inkoom's agent has confirmed that the player is looking for a move away from Dnipro after coach Juande Ramos kept him out of his plans for the next season.

      Fulham make offer for Derek Boateng

      Fulham have made an official offer for Dnipro midfielder Derek Boateng. The 29 year old has been on Martin Jol's radar for over three months, and the Ghana international could join in the January transfer window.

      Pavlyuchenko to Wigan?

      Wigan are understood to be interested in signing Tottenham striker Roman Pavlyuchenko this summer in what is believed to be a deal worth around £7.5 million.

      Adel Taarabt

      Adel Taarabt is regarded by many to be one of the best young players to hail from France over the last few years. The youngster is currently playing on the fringes of the Tottenham first-team squad, but has not appeared regularly since making a move from French Ligue side Lens.

      Portsmouth near Pennant move

      Jermaine Pennant is close to completing a move from Liverpool to Portsmouth, according to reports. Pennant was apparently a target for Real Madrid boss Juande Ramos over the last couple of weeks.

      Real Madrid sack Schuster

      Real Madrid boss Bernd Schuster has been sacked on Tuesday afternoon following their dismal performance in La Liga in the recent weeks. He has been replaced by former Sevilla and Spurs manager Juande Ramos. The official announcement was made in a press conference held by Real Madrid Sporting Director Mijatovic and Board Spokesman Miguel Angel Arroyo.

      Poyet admits Spurs were right

      Former Tottenham boss Gus Poyet has admitted that the club were right to sack him and his former coach Juande Ramos. The pair started the season off in the most miserable of ways, and Harry Redknapp has changed the form of Spurs.

      Ramos nets £1.7m compo

      Tottenham have agreed to pay Spanish coach Juande Ramos to 'leave quietly', and have agreed terms on a compensation package worth about £1.7 million. Ramos was previously earning £3.5 million a year.

      Bent: Redknapp works miracles

      Darren Bent has hailed new manager Harry Redknapp as a miracle worker since taking over as manager at Tottenham Hotspur

      Phil Brown staying put at Hull

      Hull Ctiy have no intentions of letting boss Phil Brown leave the club. There had been rumours that Tottenham were thinking about making Brown their boss after sacking Juande Ramos.

      Bruce gives Redknapp backing

      Wigan boss Steve Bruce has given Tottenham coach Harry Redknapp his backing, and feels the English boss has all the abilities and attributes to make Tottenham a top four club.

      Levy: "Ramos had to go"

      Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has revealed that Juande Ramos had to leave the club after only 12 months, because there were issues in the dressing room and the back room staff.

      Ramos blames transfer policy

      Axed former Tottenham coach Juande Ramos has blamed the transfer policy at the club for the terrible start to the campaign this season. He felt that the departures of Berbatov and Keane cost his former club dearly.

      Wenger sticks up for Ramos

      Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has stuck up for ousted Tottenham coach Juande Ramos. Spurs, the Gunners' biggest rivals, decided to replace the Spaniard with Harry Redknapp last weekend.

      Ramos won't quit

      The Spurs boss Juande Ramos announced that he will not walk away from his job although his team has the worst start in the Premier League since 1912.

      Preview: Tottenham v Wigan

      The Spurs had a disastruos start to the Premier Leauge, the recent win against Wisla Krakow in the UEFA cup is the only comforting factor. They will taken on Wigan at White Hart Lane on Sunday.

      Bayern chasing Arshavin

      It is understood that Bayern Munich are set to make a January transfer window offer for Russian international midfielder Andrei Arshavin. Bayern will look to rival Tottenham for the player's signature.

      Poyet set for Newcastle?

      It is understood that Tottenham coach Juande Ramos' assistant, Gus Poyet, is on the brink of completing a move to Newcastle United to replace Kevin Keegan, and link up with old friend and team mtae Dennis Wise at St. James' Park.

      Morientes to Tottenham?

      Valencia striker Fernando Morientes could well be on his way to Tottenham. The former Spanish international forward is rumoured to be the subject of long term interest from Spurs' coach Juande Ramos.

      Tottenham eye Corluka

      Tottenham are preparing a move for Man City defender Vedran Corluka, according to reports. It is understood that the Croatian international has been recommended to Juande Ramos by new signing Luka Modric.