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Gaston Ramirez | Midfielder | #21

Team: Middlesbrough
Age / DOB:  (26) / 12/2/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'0" / 170

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Gaston Ramirez's stellar solo effort against Bournemouth has been voted the Premier League's Goal of the Month for October by viewers of Match of the Day.
Ramirez's goal was a thing of beauty. The Middlesbrough midfielder picked the ball up at midfield and raced down the right flank then cut the ball onto his right foot, at the top of the box, and sent his strike under the outstretched arm of Artur Boruc. Ramirez's goal received 30% of the vote, topping the 24% that Dimitri Payet received for his goal against Boro. Stoke City's Xherdan Shaqiri was third, while Diego Costa, Sergio Aguerio and Christian Fuchs rounded out the nominations. Ramirez's goal is also in among those in the running for the Premier League’s official Carling Goal of the Month, which was won by Boro's Cristhian Stuani in August. Nov 9 - 10:57 PM

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Middlesbrough will be without Gaston Ramirez as the midfielder faces a one-match ban for Saturday's trip to Manchester City.

Ramirez picked up his fifth yellow card of the season against Bournemouth and will serve a one-match ban this weekend. His absence will force Aitor Karanka to get creative with his formation and starting XI against Manchester City, which could see the manager opt to use a 4-1-4-1 or 4-3-3 formation. If he selects a 4-1-4-1 then Adam Clayton, Stewart Downing, Adam Forshaw, Marten de Roon and Adama Traore would likely be the five midfielders. If Karanka goes the route of using a 4-3-3 then Downing, Clayton and Forshaw could favored in the midfielder while Viktor Fischer and Adama Traore could be used as wingers. Despite the formation selected, Cristhian Stuani and Alvaro Negredo will both be in contention to start up front.
Source: Gazette Live
Nov 3 - 9:24 PM

Middlesbrough overcame Bournemouth in a hard fought encounter at the Riverside Stadium.

Bournemouth started the game by creating the better chances which both fell to Josh King. Clayton cleared off the line from one shot after a Wilshere corner and then Wilshere again provided for King to smash a volley off the crossbar. 'Boro took the lead after a spectacular solo effort from Gaston Ramirez, who took the ball from his own half and beat multiple opponents before firing home. The hosts, who had been struggling took the initiative and Downing made up for poor deliveries throughout the first half with a side foot across to the far side of goal. Surman, who was back for the Cherries after an illness, limped off in the latter stages putting his team down to 10 men for the remainder of the game.
Source: BBC Sport
Oct 29 - 11:56 AM

Gaston Ramierz and Cristhian Stuani head the list of Middlesbrough's players that will be on international duty this weekend and next week.

Ramierz and Stuani are set feature in Uruguay's forthcoming World Cup qualifiers against Venezuela and Colombia. Their previous appearance for Uruguay in WCQ saw Ramirez start and play the full 90 minutes, while Stuani came on as a second-half substitute. These will not be the only members of Middlesbrough taking the pitch for their country's senior squad during the upcoming week. Winger Viktor Fishcer is set to feature for Denmark and Emilio Nsue's Equatorial Guinea will face Lebanon in a friendly next Tuesday.
Source: Gazette Live
Oct 6 - 7:47 PM

Gaston Ramirez will look to build of a strong match versus Stoke City this weekend, the midfielder recorded an assist on Alvaro Negredo's first goal for Boro.

The 25-year-old midfielder was stellar while on loan from Southampton last season. In the Championship, he scored 7 goals and added 4 assists in just 18 matches, while the second match of this season presents a Sunderland side that enters on the heels of 1-2 lose to Manchester City. If Negredo is able to extend his scoring streak, it is likely Ramirez who will be responsible for creating the chance and tallying the assist.
Source: NBC Sports
Aug 18 - 8:03 PM

Southampton have released midfielder Gaston Ramirez.

Ramirez played in 55 matches for Southampton but never really won a regular spot in the rotation. The 25-year old spent time on loan in the Championship, where he was a solid contributor, but he never found a spot with the Saints. Now released, he will have a shot at earning a job at another Premier League team, and he could be a starter on one of the lesser teams in the league. Keep an eye on him, as he can be a late round fantasy pick if he ends up in a good spot.
Source: Sky Sports
May 29 - 2:10 PM

Gaston Ramirez is likely headed for a bench role back at Southampton this season.

Ramirez was out on loan at Hull City last season but now back with the Saints, the winger is likely headed for a bench role. He doesn't figure to be earning enough playing time to warrant consideration for even the deepest of fantasy leagues, so he should be avoided.
Tue, Jul 28, 2015 06:58:00 PM

Southampton loanee Gaston Ramirez will miss the final 2-games of the season after picking up an injury in training last week.

Hull face a tricky trip to White Hart Lane on Saturday before Manchester United visit the KC Stadium on the final day and Steve Bruce knows that his side must take at least 2-points to give them any chance of beating the drop. However Ramirez will not be a part of the Tigers’ squad after suffering from his eighth muscular problem of the campaign – a hamstring strain – meaning the attacking midfielder returns to his parent club earlier than expected for treatment. Hull also confirmed this week that Mo Diame underwent surgery in France to cure a persistent knee problem – tendinitis – a procedure which is expected to take around 3-months to fully heal.
Thu, May 14, 2015 01:54:00 AM

Gaston Ramirez is out of action for Week 32 due to the terms of his loan from Week 32 opponent Southampton.

Hull City will be struggling for attacking power against Southampton with Nikica Jelavic injured and Gaston Ramirez ineligible to face his parent club. Dame N'Doye and Abel Hernandez will almost certainly lead the line for Steve Bruce's side as they look to put some distance between themselves and the relegation zone. It won't be an easy task despite the Saints' recent struggles.
Source: espnfc.com
Fri, Apr 10, 2015 11:51:00 AM

With Nikica Jelavic and Abel Hernandez out, the return of Gaston Ramirez and Sone Aluko to training may represent Steve Bruce's best hope for mounting any sort of attack at Upton Park in Week 22.

Neither Ramirez nor Aluko is a sure thing for Week 22 but both at least have a chance after resuming training. No one should be too high on any Hull City attacking players but if you find yourself in a pinch in a single ownership format and need a short term substitute then either player represents at least a solid bet to include a starting attacker in your line-up.
Source: espnfc.com
Fri, Jan 16, 2015 09:33:00 AM

Gaston Ramirez added to Hull City's injury woes with news that he will be out for about a month with an abductor injury.

Steve Bruce must be wondering what he has to do to keep his players healthy. Already losing Michael Dawson, Mohamed Diame, Andrew Robertson and Liam Rosenior in recent weeks, the Hull City manager indicated that Gaston Ramirez will be out about a month with an abductor injury. On the brink of the relegation zone, Hull City will face some difficult challenges maintaining their spot in the Premier League if they can't keep their best players on the pitch.
Mon, Jan 5, 2015 10:10:00 AM

Gaston Ramirez could recover from a groin injury in time to feature against Everton at the KC Stadium on New Years Day.

On the score sheet on Boxing Day, Ramirez could give the slumping Tigers a boost if he proves fit for the visit of Everton to kick off 2015. Hull City have been struggling mightily to score goals and pick up points and the visit of reeling Everton could be an opportunity but only if they can manage to score. Ramirez, who has been slow to contribute after a deadline move from Southampton, could help the cause significantly if he can recover and provide some attacking impetus.
Wed, Dec 31, 2014 12:16:00 PM

Adam Johnson got the opener for Sunderland, but Hull City clawed their way back to win 3-1 at the Stadium of light.

Hull conceded 29 seconds into the match on a sloppy giveaway at the back, but Gaston Ramirez equalized in the 33rd minute, James Chester got the winner in the 51st and Nikica Jelavic put the nail in the coffin in stoppage time to put Hull within striking distance of escaping relegation. Ramirez finished with a goal and an assist, giving manager Steve Bruce plenty to consider when Tom Huddlestone and Jake Livermore return from suspension. Hull are at home vs Leicester in a couple days while Sunderland travel to Aston Villa.
Source: NBC Sports
Fri, Dec 26, 2014 12:29:00 PM

Gaston Ramirez will join fellow new arrivals Abel Hernandez and Hatem Ben Arfa on the sidelines for Hull City's Week 4 clash with West Ham United.

Short of match fitness after being outside of the first team picture at Southampton, Gaston Ramirez is apparently not ready for action at Hull City after two weeks on the job. With a number of new attacking options coming in over the past twelve months - Nikica Jelavic, Abel Hernandez, Tom Ince, and Hatem Ben Arfa - in addition to holdovers like Robbie Brady and Sone Aluko there is definitely a pecking order yet to be established at the KC Stadium. When Ramirez and Ben Arfa are healthy it will be interesting to see how plays and in what alignment.
Source: ESPNFC.com
Fri, Sep 12, 2014 01:30:00 PM

Hull City have signed Southampton midfielder Gaston Ramirez on a season-long loan.

Ramirez is a very capable midfielder/winger who has been a regular off the bench at Southampton in the past year. New boss Ronald Koeman apparently didn't have him in his plans, so he has sent him out on loan until the end of the season. Ramirez should be a starter at Hull and will have the opportunity to be a fantasy contributor, so he is definitely someone to keep an eye out on.
Mon, Sep 1, 2014 05:33:00 PM