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Jacobo Ramallo (born 15 August 1985) is a Spanish football manager.
Jacobo ramallo was Director Adelaide United soccer school coach and he was the assistant coach of the team for two years and then he moved to india for Josep Gombau in delhi dynamos and then moved to odisha.
Ramallo, a UEFA Pro Licensed coach, is a highly regarded football coach and is also the Director of Adelaide United’s Football School. He also holds a diploma in football as a Technical Director, which he has previously exercised as the Technical Director at Spanish clubs UD Santa Marta and Club Deportivo Navega.
Having first joined the Club in 2015, Ramallo has since been heavily involved in scouting and analysis, and with the recovery of injured players. He has also coached at a number of Real Madrid Foundation summer camps.
Ramallo acquired a Bachelor in Physical Activity and Sports Science and a degree in Teaching Education (Physical Education), both at the University of Salamanca. Ramallo was first made an Assistant Head Coach for the Hyundai A-League 2016/17 season during Guillermo Amor’s tenure as Head Coach, and had previously been involved with the Club’s technical analysis, scouting, and youth development.
The Spaniard was integral to Marco Kurz's coaching staff throughout the Hyundai A-League 2017/18 season and departs with the Club’s well-wishes for his future.
Speaking on Ramallo’s departure, Adelaide United’s General Manager of Football, Ante Kovacevic, said: “Since joining Adelaide United, Jacobo has embodied what this Club is about with his honesty and humility. “Jacobo came to Adelaide highly regarded and demonstrated his immense knowledge of football from day one".“His understanding of the game was very beneficial for us and his integration with Marco and the coaching staff was seamless".“It’s unfortunate to be losing him, but we thank him for his contributions to the club and wish him the best for his future.”
Delhi Dynamos FC shifted the home base from the national capital New Delhi to Bhubaneswar, Odisha and re-branded the franchise as Odisha FC. He further carried on with his role of being club's assistant coach.In 18 march 2020 ISL side Odisha FC and coach Josep Gombau on Wednesday decided to amicably part ways due to the Spaniard's familial obligations.Club President Rohan Sharma said, "Some things in life are more important than football. I'd like to thank Coach Gombau and his coaching staff from the bottom of my heart for all that they have done for the club..Because of gombau jacobo also left the club.
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- "Reds announce Jacobo Ramallo as new Assistant Coach" (in en). 2016-07-26. https://www.adelaideunited.com.au/news/reds-announce-jacobo-ramallo-new-assistant-coach.
- "Champions sign new assistant coach" (in en). 2016-07-26. https://www.a-league.com.au/news/champions-sign-new-assistant-coach.
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