Luis Ramirez soccer CV (2013).
Luis Ramirez is a Harvard educated retired economist, native of Chile, who played College soccer in his country and continues to be active playing for the New England Over-the-Hill Soccer League. He coached many amateur teams while he was teaching economics at Boston University (1975-85) and working for the World Bank (1985-2000). He has been coaching soccer for Brookline and Maple boy teams since he retired from the World Bank in 2000. He holds a USSF National B Coaching License and several professional development certificates from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. Some of his recent accomplishments as a soccer coach include an undefeated season with the freshman team at Brookline High School, several first place endings with the Brookline Boys u-14 first division team, a second place with the Brookline team at the Framingham Memorial Day Sportsmanship Classic, first place with the Boys U-13 Stars team at the Amherst Memorial Day Classic, second place with the Boys U-13 Inter Bandits at the Inter Bandits Memorial Day, first place with the Boys u-13 Inter Bandits at the Nashua World Cup Columbus Day tournament, second place with the Boys U-13 Inter Bandits during the Spring 2007 season of the Maple Soccer League and first place with the U-14 team of Inter Boston at the U-15 Division of the Match Fit Academy FC Spring 2008 Invitational tournament. He reduced his coaching activities during 2009-2013, but kept his duties at Gann Academy as a JV coach as he was working as an economic consultant to the United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development. He currently coaches the Varsity team at Gann Academy and the BU-14 team at GPS AC Milan.