Rush Soccer has hired Koffi Ramo Badohoun to its International arm of the club. Rush Soccer currently has expanded to 18 countries around the world and is filling a need to bridge the gap between these countries. “Ramo’s” main objective is to bring the Rush cultures together. “I look forward to the challenge. The world is big but the world of soccer is small. I am thrilled to be a part of a club with this vision.” Ramo says. Some of Ramo’s duties will include player exchanges, player placement and creating a select team to go to European Tournament in the summer of 2013 to showcase our top talents. Ramo continues, “Rush has some good young talents in the US and abroad. I want some of our European friends to see our players and how we have evolved. I want to show them that we can compete and do well.”
Ramo was born in Togo and is now an American Citizen. He currently is the Head coach of Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, Massachusetts.
Besides the 14 African Counties, Rush Soccer is also in Uruguay, Brazil, Thailand and New Zealand.
Pictured Above. Andrew Kummer, Rush Technical Director; Tim Schulz, Rush President & C.E.O.; Ramo Badohoun, Rush International Player Director.