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Full name  Lee Ramoon
1988–1989  Stockport County
Place of birth  Cayman Islands
Name  Lee Ramoon
1984–1987  King College Monarchs
Role  Footballer
Years  Team

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Date of birth  (1965-01-29) 29 January 1965 (age 50)

Lee Ramoon (born 29 January 1965) is a former international footballer from the Cayman Islands.


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Club career

Ramoon played college soccer in the United States at King College. In 1988, Ramoon went to England and signed with Stockport County, making a number of appearances for their reserve team, and scoring a goal against Everton's Reserves on 9 September 1988. He had a second spell in the UK in 1994-95, making two substitute appearances (scoring once) in the English Football Conference. Ramoon spent spells at Winsford United (November 1994), Burscough and Welsh club Porthmadog (February 1995), all on loan from Altrincham. Ramoon later returned to Cayman to play with George Town, winning three League titles and four Cups in five years.

International career

Ramoon made his first appearance for the Cayman Islands national team in 1979, at the age of 13, and made over 200 official and unofficial international appearances.

Ramoon also captained the national team on numerous occasions.


Ramoon was awarded the FIFA Order of Merit for the year 2004.


Lee Ramoon Wikipedia

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