William Ramallo

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Wílliam Ramallo
Personal information
Full name Wílliam Luis Ramallo Fernández
Date of birth (1963-07-04) July 4, 1963 (age 53)
Place of birth Cochabamba, Bolivia
Height 1.76 m (5 ft 9 12 in)
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1982–1985 Petrolero Cochabamba
1986 Bolívar
1987 Jorge Wilstermann
1988 Bolívar
1989–1993 Destroyers
1994–1995 Oriente Petrolero
1996–1997 Jorge Wilstermann
National team
1989–1997 Bolivia 36 (9)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 8 June 2009.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 9 July 2007

Wílliam Luis Ramallo Fernández (born July 4, 1963) is a retired football striker who was nicknamed El Pescador del Área, or El Fantasma.

He is currently the assistant coach for the Bolivia national football team.

Club career[edit]

Ramallo was born in Cochabamba. He played for Oriente Petrolero at the time of his international appearances.

International career[edit]

He was capped 36 times and scored 9 international goals for Bolivia between 1989 and 1997.[1] He played all three matches at the 1994 FIFA World Cup and he was also the starting forward in every group game. He represented his country in 15 FIFA World Cup qualification matches.[2]

Personal life[edit]

He has a footballer son Rodrigo Ramallo, who also played for the national team.

Wílliam Luis Ramallo: International Goals
# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. 20.08.1989 La Paz, Bolivia  Peru 2–1 Win 1990 FIFA World Cup qualification
2. 10.09.1989 Lima, Peru  Peru 1–2 Win 1990 FIFA World Cup qualification
3. 27.05.1993 Cochabamba, Bolivia  Paraguay 2–1 Win Friendly match
4. 18.07.1993 Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela  Venezuela 1–7 Win 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
5. 15.08.1993 La Paz, Bolivia  Ecuador 1–0 Win 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
6. 22.08.1993 La Paz, Bolivia  Venezuela 7–0 Win 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
7. 12.09.1993 Montevideo, Uruguay  Uruguay 2–1 Loss 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
8. 19.09.1993 Guayaquil, Ecuador  Ecuador 1–1 Draw 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification
9. 21.09.1994 Santiago, Chile  Chile 1–2 Win Friendly match


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