Ramón Calderé

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Ramón Calderé
Personal information
Full name Ramón María Calderé del Rey
Date of birth (1959-01-16) 16 January 1959 (age 59)
Place of birth Vila-rodona, Spain
Height 1.77 m (5 ft 9 12 in)
Playing position Midfielder
Club information
Current team
Badalona (coach)
Youth career
Barcelona
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1977–1984 Barcelona B 117 (31)
1979–1980Alcalá (loan)
1980Valladolid (loan) 3 (0)
1981Alcalá (loan)
1984–1988 Barcelona 110 (15)
1988–1990 Betis 47 (1)
1990–1993 Sant Andreu 86 (11)
Total 363 (58)
National team
1984–1986 Spain U21 3 (1)
1985–1988 Spain 18 (7)
Teams managed
1993–1995 Santboià (assistant)
1995–1996 Europa (assistant)
1996–1997 Júpiter (assistant)
1997–1998 Premià
1998–2000 Cornellà
2000–2001 Gavà
2002 Castelldefels
2002–2005 Badalona
2005–2006 Ceuta
2006–2007 Premià
2007–2009 Reus
2009–2011 Teruel
2011–2012 Palencia
2012–2014 Burgos
2014–2015 Castellón
2016–2017 Olot
2017 Sint-Truiden (assistant)
2017–2018 Salmantino
2018– Badalona
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Ramón María Calderé del Rey (born 16 January 1959) is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a midfielder, and is the current manager of Badalona.

An all-around midfield unit, he played mainly for Barcelona – more than 150 official games in four La Liga seasons – and went on to have an extensive career as a coach following his retirement, but exclusively in the lower leagues.

A Spain international in the second part of the 80s, Calderé represented the country at the 1986 World Cup and Euro 1988.

Club career[edit]

Born in Vila-rodona, Tarragona, Catalonia, Calderé was a product of local giants FC Barcelona's youth system, having played several seasons with its B-side. In an unassuming loan spell he made his La Liga debut with Real Valladolid, in the 1980–81 campaign.

At already 25, Calderé was definitely promoted to the first team,[1] helping them win the league title in his first full season, although not an automatic first-choice. After three more years he left for fellow league club Real Betis, being relegated in his debut campaign.

Calderé retired in 1993 at the age of 34, with lowly UE Sant Andreu also in his province of birth, and subsequently took up coaching, mainly with modest teams in the region: CE Premià – twice – UE Cornellà, CF Gavà, UE Castelldefels, CF Badalona, AD Ceuta, CF Reus Deportiu, CD Teruel, CF Palencia and Burgos CF.[2] In June 2008, whilst a coach of Reus, he was arrested following an alleged assault on a civil guard, during a match at Sangonera Atlético CF.[3]

Other than working in his country's lower leagues, Calderé also had a brief assistant spell at Sint-Truidense V.V. in the Belgian First Division A, under compatriot Tintín Márquez.[4]

International career[edit]

Calderé earned 18 caps and scored seven goals for Spain, and played in the 1986 FIFA World Cup[5] where he scored twice in a 3–0 group stage win over Algeria.[6][2] Having made his debut on 30 April 1985 in a 1986 World Cup qualifier against Wales in Wrexham (0–3 loss),[7] he was also picked for UEFA Euro 1988's squad, but was not used.

Calderé was used as an overaged player by the under-21 side, helping them win the 1986 European Championships even though he did not appear in the finals due to injury.[8][9]

Montezuma's revenge?[edit]

During the 1986 World Cup in Mexico, Calderé suffered from a case of traveler's diarrhea, and was prescribed antibiotics by the national team physician. After the win against Northern Ireland he was summoned for a doping test, which came out positive.

Calderé, however, was not sanctioned, as the medical staff argued successfully the medication was administered to fight the condition, lest a severe risk of dehydration. He scored twice against Algeria in the following match.[10]

Managerial statistics[edit]

As of 14 October 2018
Managerial record by team and tenure
Team Nat From To Record Ref
G W D L GF GA GD Win %
Premià Spain 1 July 1997 30 June 1998 38 13 8 17 50 50 +0 034.21 [11]
Cornellà Spain 1 July 1998 30 June 2000 82 45 21 16 151 76 +75 054.88 [12]
Gavà Spain 1 July 2000 30 June 2001 44 23 13 8 83 45 +38 052.27 [13]
Castelldefels Spain 1 January 2002 30 June 2002 20 7 9 4 33 27 +6 035.00 [14]
Badalona Spain 1 July 2002 30 June 2005 127 62 36 29 187 118 +69 048.82 [15]
Ceuta Spain 1 July 2005 13 March 2006 30 5 18 7 22 23 −1 016.67 [16]
Premià Spain 1 July 2006 30 June 2007 38 11 10 17 40 58 −18 028.95 [17]
Reus Spain 1 July 2007 30 June 2009 81 42 22 17 142 80 +62 051.85 [18]
Teruel Spain 1 July 2009 28 May 2011 80 43 20 17 128 64 +64 053.75 [19]
Palencia Spain 1 July 2011 23 June 2012 41 13 11 17 36 50 −14 031.71 [20]
Burgos Spain 23 June 2012 13 June 2014 79 44 14 21 127 67 +60 055.70 [21]
Castellón Spain 30 October 2014 19 October 2015 45 20 15 10 64 38 +26 044.44
Olot Spain 1 June 2016 3 June 2017 40 25 9 6 75 39 +36 062.50 [22]
Salmantino Spain 16 October 2017 9 February 2018 15 6 4 5 21 15 +6 040.00
Badalona Spain 9 July 2018 Present 9 2 4 3 10 14 −4 022.22 [23]
Total 769 361 214 194 1,169 764 +405 046.94

Honours[edit]

Player[edit]

Barcelona

Sant Andreu

Manager[edit]

Gavà[24]

Teruel[24]
Castellón

References[edit]

  1. ^ Así invirtió el Barça el dinero de otras grandes ventas (This is how Barça invested the money from other big sales); Diario AS, 2 August 2017 (in Spanish)
  2. ^ a b Qué fue de... Calderé (What happened to... Calderé); La Liga, 21 November 2013 (in Spanish)
  3. ^ Calderé, detenido por la Guardia Civil (Calderé, arrested by the civil guard) Archived 17 August 2009 at the Wayback Machine.; Mundo Deportivo, 2 June 2008 (in Spanish)
  4. ^ 'Tintín' Márquez i Ramon Calderé dirigiran el St. Truiden belga ('Tintín' Márquez and Ramon Calderé will coach Belgium's St. Truiden); Ara, 22 June 2017 (in Catalan)
  5. ^ Del utillero falangista al positivo de Calderé: nuestro Mundial 86 en diez episodios (From the falangista kit man to Calderé's positive: our 86 World Cup in ten episodes); El Confidencial, 21 May 2016 (in Spanish)
  6. ^ 3–0: A lomos de Calderé, España cruzó el desierto buscando el "grupo de la muerte" (3–0: On the back of Calderé, Spain crossed the desert in search of the "group of death"); ABC, 13 June 1986 (in Spanish)
  7. ^ Gales, espectacular y potente, goleó a España (Gales, spectacular and powerful, routed Spain); El País, 1 May 1985 (in Spanish)
  8. ^ Ramón Vázquez García; El País, 28 October 1986 (in Spanish)
  9. ^ ¡¡¡Campeones!!! (Champions!!!); Mundo Deportivo, 30 October 1986 (in Spanish)
  10. ^ ¿Sabías cuál fue la “lesión” más temida en los mundiales de México? (Did you know what the most feared "injury" in Mexico's World Cup was?); Diarios de Fútbol, 9 May 2007 (in Spanish)
  11. ^ "Tercera División (Grupo 5) 1997–98" [Tercera División (Group 5) 1997–98] (in Spanish). Futbolme. Retrieved 14 September 2017.
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    "Fase de asenso a Segunda División B 1999–00 (Grupo C4)" [Promotion phase to Segunda División B 1999–00 (Group C4)] (in Spanish). Futbolme. Retrieved 15 September 2017.
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  17. ^ "Tercera División (Grupo 5) 2006–07" [Tercera División (Group 5) 2006–07] (in Spanish). Futbolme. Retrieved 14 September 2017.
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    "Copa del Rey 2007–08" [King's Cup 2007–08] (in Spanish). Futbolme. Retrieved 14 September 2017.
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    "Tercera División (Grupo 5) 2008–09" [Tercera División (Group 5) 2008–09] (in Spanish). Futbolme. Retrieved 14 September 2017.
    "Fase de ascenso a Segunda División B 2008–09" [Promotion phase to Segunda División B 2008–09] (in Spanish). Futbolme. Retrieved 14 September 2017.
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  24. ^ a b "Managers with a Blaugrana past". FC Barcelona. 17 June 2013. Retrieved 6 October 2014.

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