Ramón Muttis

Ramón Mutis
Personal information
Full name Ramón Alfredo Muttis
Date of birth (1899-03-12)12 March 1899
Place of birth Buenos Aires, Argentina
Date of death 12 January 1992(1992-01-12) (aged 92)
Place of death Córdoba, Argentina
Height 1.82 m (5 ft 11 12 in)
Playing position Central defender
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1918-1919 Wanderers ? (?)
1920-1922 Atlanta ? (?)
1923-1932 Boca Juniors 237 (3)
1936 Argentinos Juniors 32 (0)
1937 Almagro 8 (0)
National team
1923-1930 Argentina 11 (0)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of October 2008.

Ramón Alfredo Muttis (12 March 1899 - 12 January 1955) was an Argentine football defender who spent most of his career with Boca Juniors. He also played for the Argentina national team winning the 1925 South American Championship.

Muttis (sometimes recorded as Mutis) started his career with Argentine club Wanderers, in 1920 he joined Club Atlético Atlanta where he was part of the team that won the Copa de Honor in 1920.

Muttis joined Boca Juniors in 1923, the same year that he made his international debut. He won a total of 9 championships with the club. Muttis made a total of 237 appearances for Boca Juniors, spanning ten seasons earning the nickname "Ramón el Fuerte (Ramón the Strong)".

Muttis played in two editions of the Copa América, winning the tournament in 1925 and finishing second in 1926. he was part of the Argentina squad for the 1930 FIFA World Cup but he only played in one game, against France.

Muttis retired in 1932 but came out of retirement in 1936 to play for Argentinos Juniors. He went on to become player-manager of Almagro leading them to the 2nd Division championship in 1937[1] and in 1940 he was the manager of the Argentinos Juniors squad that won the 2nd division championship.[2]



Boca Juniors

National team



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