Cardiff born Tom
Ramasut is another Youth Team product who left the Canaries before
making a first team appearance. A left sided midfielder, Tom has
represented Wales at Under 16 and Under 21 levels. Norwich's financial
crisis in the summer of 1996 led to Tom's release despite regularly
impressing in reserve team matches. He joined Bristol Rovers where
he was joined by fellow ex-Canary Jamie Cureton. He was unable to establish himself as a
regular in the Rovers side and made just 11 appearances in his first
season there. He has though gained more caps for the Welsh Under
21s. He won his first B cap for Wales in the clash with Scotland
on 24th March 1998.
In July 1998, he was transfer listed after failing to agree a new
contract with Rovers. He did however have a trial with Walsall during
August 1998 and with Cardiff City in September 1998.
Tom has since joined Dr Martens League side Merthyr Tydfil and was
on the substitutes bench for their clash with Atherstone on 25th
October 1998. During the 1999/2000 season, Tom joined League of
Wales side Llanelli. After moving on to Haverfordwest, Tom rejoined
Merthyr in August 2001 but was released soon after in November 2001.
He has since signed for Kenny Brown's
Barry Town. In July 2003, he extended his stay at Barry with a new
contract to take him through to September 2004.
Barry's financial plights saw the entire first team sacked in August/September
2003. Tom signed for Carmarthen as a stop-gap and hoped to move
to Bath City. However this would count as an international transfer
according to FIFA rules and so cannot take place during the international
transfer window. This was resolved by mid-September and Tom made
his Bath debut on 20th September 2003. In November 2003, he switched
leagues joining Aylesbury of the Ryman League. Ceefax then reported
in January 2004 that Tom was on trial with QPR. He has since been
released by Aylesbury. He returned to Wales with Carmarthen in June
2006 before moving to Haverfordwest County in September 2007
He later played for Barry Town before joining Bridgend Town in November
2011 as player-coach.