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Renato Ramos

Renato Ramos is a Chilean footballer who plays forward for Nublense.

Ramos began in the youth ranks of Everton, but debuted for Union Espanola in 2001. In 2003 he signed for Universidad de Concepcion. He spent two years there before signing for Everton again. During his time with Everton he ended Jose Maria Buljubasich shut out record of 1,352 minutes. In 2006 he signed for Antofagasta where he was the team's top goal scorer. In 2007 he moved to Mexican side Tecos A, which is the second division team of UAG Tecos. In the second half of the year he scored eleven goals and was named team captain. In 2008, Ramos returned to Chile and signed for Audax Italiano on a two-year contract.

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