What happened to Ramon Nunez? This is the new life of the ex-footballer

The former Honduran midfielder is remembered for his outstanding performances.

What happened to Ramon Nunez? The former soccer player is remembered by many Hondurans for his outstanding performances in the Honduran national team shirt.

Ramon Nunez decided to walk away from professional soccer at a young age, which surprised many Hondurans.

Ramon Nunez decided to live in the United States after retiring from professional football.

Ramon Nunez started his career in America and due to his outstanding performance, he moved to Europe where he played for Leeds United and Scunthorpe United in England. Unfortunately he did not stand out as expected.

Ramon Nunez was a member of the Honduran national team at the 2010 World Cup and was one of Baikal’s men during the process.

Ramon Núñez, to the surprise of many, turned away from football and chose to pursue his university studies in marketing and business.

The 2015 – 2016 season was Ramon Nunez’s last game in Honduras in a Real Espana shirt. He then moved on to the Fort Lauderdale Strikers, where he eventually retired.

“The Little Prince” decided to establish his life in America next to his loved ones.

Ramon Nunez decided to enjoy his family after making the surprise decision to walk away from professional football.

June 12, 2016 was former midfielder Ramon Nunez’s last game.

Why did you leave so early? Ramon Nunez made this decision to spend more time with his family, even though he had many offers at the time.

Ramon Nunez enjoys fishing and shows it on his social media.

At the time, Ramón Nunez was taken into account by television stations such as BeIn Sports to comment on the matches of the Honduran national team in the United States.

Ramon Nunez has also worked as a sports commentator for ESPN.

Ramon Nunez is fit and one of his best friends is former Chapin striker ‘Pescatito’ Ruiz.

Ramon Nunez decided to retire from football to devote himself to his studies and family.

2023/03/066:34 p.m / LaPrensa.hn

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