The Real Madrid and Spanish national team captain, represented by René Ramos, President of RR-Soccer Management Agency continues to add to his legendary status. In the strangest of seasons and a difficult one for football and for all of society, disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown which brought the competition to a halt for three months, Sergio was able to tackle an unknown situation and lead the response of Real Madrid.
The captain completed his highest scoring season ever with 11 goals; six of them in the 11 matches played post-lockdown, and lifted the league title, having already won the Spanish Supercup earlier in the season. This season also saw him become the most capped player in the history of the Spanish national team, reach 650 appearances for Real Madrid (with 22 titles in that time, just one short of Paco Gento’s record) and also surpass the 100-goal mark in the white shirt. Sergio, there are no words.
The Brazilian international, represented by René Ramos, President of RR-Soccer Management Agency, has signed a contract extension with Real Madrid that will keep him at the club until 30 June 2022.
Marcelo joined the club in the winter transfer window of the 2006-2007 season and, since then, has made a total of 415 competitive appearances. The full back is in his twelfth season at the club and has become vice captain and one of the leaders of the team on and off the pitch.
His honours include 3 Champions League titles, 3 European Super Cups, 2 Club World Cups, 4 La Liga titles, 2 Copa del Rey titles and 3 Spanish Supercups.
This contract extension means that Marcelo, who is currently the foreign player who has spent the most seasons at Real Madrid, will reach 16 seasons in the white shirt.
Keep up the great work and continue to enjoy your football, Marcelo. Congratulations!
Sergio Ramos and Marcelo, represented by René Ramos, President of RR-Soccer Management Agency, achieved their second title of the season with the victory of the Spanish Supercup last night.
After a 1-3 win at the away game, Real Madrid came back to beat FC Barcelona 2-0 in the home match at Santiago Bernabéu. And so, Sergio and Marcelo lifted their third Spanish Supercup with Los Blancos.
By doing this, both footballers add to the title they already achieved this season, the European Super Cup last 8th August. Likewise, both now have a total of 17 titles with Los Blancos (3 Champions Leagues, 2 Club World Cups, 3 European Super Cups, 4 La Liga titles, 2 Copas del Rey and 3 Spanish Supercups).
There could not be a better a way to start what is looking to be a gripping season. Congratulations!
Sergio Ramos and Marcelo Vieira, both represented by René Ramos, President of RR-Soccer Management Agency, have started the 2017/2018 season on the right foot.
Both players were on the pitch in last night’s UEFA Super Cup at the Filip II Stadium in Skopje (Macedonia), where Real Madrid took home a 2-1 win after besting Manchester United. As match captain, Sergio Ramos was the first to lift the trophy.
This is Sergio and Marcelo’s fourth UEFA Super Cup after defending the title for the second straight season, the defenders now racking up a total of 16 titles with Real Madrid: 3 Champions League, 2 World Cups, 3 European Super Cups, 4 La Ligas, 2 Spanish King’s Cups and 2 Spanish Super Cups .
Congratulations to both – now on to another historic season!
Real Madrid were crowned European champions for the twelfth time on Saturday June 3 with a 4-1 victory over Juventus in the UEFA Champions League final in Cardiff. Both Sergio Ramos and Marcelo Vieira, represented by René Ramos, President of RR-Soccer Management Agency, played in the final and added Europe’s elite title to their honours for the third time in their careers.
Sergio Ramos continues to make history. The Camas-born central defender was once again a key piece in what was his third European Cup, with 11 appearances, 2 goals and 106 interceptions. Sergio also became the first captain to raise the Champions League trophy in consecutive years.
For his part, Marcelo Vieira continues to consolidate his status as the best left back in the world. The Brazilian played 11 matches in this year’s tournament, again reaffirming his position as the lynchpin of the left flank of Zinedine Zidane’s team.
And so ends a season to remember, with the two defenders collecting La Liga and UEFA Champions League honours, adding more medals to their cabinets and cementing their status as two legendary players.
Sergio Ramos and Marcelo Vieira, both represented by René Ramos, President of RR-Soccer Management Agency, were crowned La Liga champions 2016/2017 with Real Madrid, after a 2-0 win over Málaga CF on the final matchday of the League season.
Ramos has been a key player in the side coached by Zinedine Zidane. The captain has played 2,489 minutes in 28 games, notching up a total of 7 goals and 172 interceptions. The central defender’s goals have also been decisive, winning the team 9 points. What’s more, he is now sixth on the list of Madrid players with the most League victories (253).
For his part, Marcelo played 2,227 minutes over 30 games. He scored 2 goals and played a fundamental role in both defence (182 interceptions) and in attack, providing 10 assists.
And so the two Real Madrid defenders rounded off a triumphant league campaign and continue to add to their honours. Since arriving at the club, they have now won 4 League championships together and hope to complete a dream season on 3 June when they play in the Champions League final in Cardiff.
Sergio Ramos and Marcelo, both represented by René Ramos, President of RR-Soccer Management Agency, helped Real Madrid qualify for their seventh consecutive Champions League semi-final last night, after beating Bayern Munich 4-2 in the quarter-final second leg.
The match had something special for both. Sergio Ramos reached 100 games with Real Madrid in Europe’s elite competition. Since his debut on 13 September 2005, Sergio has gone on to amass the fourth highest number of appearances in the competition in the club’s history. During this time, the Camas-born defender has played and won two finals, proving decisive in both with goals that will be forever writ large in the history of Real Madrid.
It also marked Marcelo Vieira’s 400th game in the white shirt. He joined the club in November 2006 and has since become indispensable to Real Madrid, with a total of 287 League appearances, 26 Copa del Rey appearances, 75 Champions League appearances, 6 Spanish Super Cup appearances, 2 European Super Cup appearances and 4 Club World Cup appearances. Marcelo’s honours already include 2 Champions League titles, 3 League titles, 2 Copas del Rey, 2 Spanish Super Cups, 2 European Super Cups and 2 Club World Cups.
The best of luck to both for this final stretch of the season. Keep making history!
The central defender from Camas, represented by René Ramos, made his 500th appearance with Real Madrid on Saturday. The defender, who joined the club in the summer of 2005 at just 19 years old, hit this milestone on 11 February 2017 in Pamplona in a match against Osasuna, becoming the 12th player in the history of this club to play 500 matches.
Since joining Real Madrid over 11 seasons ago, Ramos has racked up a total of 13 titles (2 Champions League, 3 La Ligas, 2 World Cups, 2 Spanish King’s Cups, 2 UEFA Super Cups and 2 Spanish Super Cups), including game-changing goals in the two European Cup finals that earned Real Madrid its Décima and Undécima wins.
As a central defender, Ramos has also managed to score 66 goals with Real Madrid to become the club’s third highest scoring defender, coming in behind the historic Roberto Carlos (with 68 goals) and Fernando Hierro (127).
By competition, Ramos has appeared with Real Madrid in:
350 La Liga matches
96 European Cup matches
39 King’s Cups
10 Super Cup matches in Spain
3 Club World Cup matches
2 UEFA Super Cup matches
This is another incredible milestone for the Real Madrid captain, who, true to form, will surely strive to continually excel and reach even more milestones.
Congratulations, Sergio! The pride I feel as your representative and brother cannot be expressed in words.
Both players, represented by René Ramos, President of RR Soccer Management Agency were starters in the FIFA Club World Cup Final between Real Madrid and Kashima Antlers last Sunday 18 December at International Stadium Yokohama.
After a closely contested game that finished 2-2 after 90 minutes, Los Blancos took charge in extra time, winning out 4-2. This was the second Club World Cup title for both Sergio and Marcelo, completing an historic 2016 after winning the UEFA Champions League in Milan and European Super Cup in Trondheim.
With this FIFA Club World Cup, the Camas-born centre back and the Brazilian full back each bring their haul of titles with Real Madrid to 13.
Congratulations and here’s to a 2017 that’s filled with success!
Ten years ago today you stepped onto the pitch at the Santiago Bernabéu for the first time on the day of your presentation; since then, you have matured and become a first rate player. Without a doubt, I am proud to be your agent and proud that you form part of RR Soccer Management Agency.
At 18, you were still a teenager when you arrived and thanks to your hard work and humility you have become one of the best defenders in the world. Since then, you have played 372 official matches, scored 26 goals and you have won everything: 2 Champions Leagues, 3 La Liga titles, 2 Copas del Rey, 2 European Super Cups, 2 Spanish Supercups and 1 Club World Cup. What’s more, you have twice been selected as part of the FIFA FIFPro World XI.
But what really makes you great is not your impressive roll of honours, but your own personality. You work hard to improve every day and always do so with a smile, the same one you showed when you started playing football in Brazil as a kid.
This morning you received a well-deserved tribute at the Santiago Bernabéu. It has been a pleasure to accompany you and share this moment with you.
And there’s still plenty of football left in your boots. Congratulations on so many years at the elite level, and I hope you continue to win trophies while enjoying this sport you are so passionate about.