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Revolution make another staff move, hiring Tab Ramos as assistant coach

Tab Ramos, a member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame, was head coach of the Houston Dynamo from 2020-21.MLS/New England Revolution

The Revolution continued their flurry of coaching moves Tuesday, naming Tab Ramos an assistant coach on interim head coach Clint Peay’s staff.

Ramos, a 15-year coaching veteran who led the United States U20 team from 2011-19, was most recently head coach of the USL Championship’s Hartford Athletic.

He was head coach of MLS’s Houston Dynamo from 2020-21, going 10-21-26 in those two seasons.

“We are pleased to welcome Tab Ramos to our coaching staff in New England,” Revolution technical director Curt Onalfo said. “Tab’s wealth of experience as a coach, knowledge of our league, and proven track record of developing top talent will all be assets to our club as we get ready for the postseason.”


Ramos played for the US national team for 12 years, competing in three World Cups. He was elected to the National Soccer Hall of Fame in 2005.

His U20 national team squads won the CONCACAF Championship twice, in 2017 and 2018, as well as making four appearances at the U20 World Cup. Ramos aided in the development of current national team standouts Sergiño Dest, Weston McKennie, and Timothy Weah during their stints with the U20.

Ramos began his role with the Revolution at practice Tuesday. The club has six games remaining in the regular season, starting with the Chicago Fire at Soldier Field on Saturday.

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