|Full name||Ramón Enrique Maradiaga Chávez|
|Date of birth||30 October 1954|
|Place of birth||Amapala, Honduras|
|Height||1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Nicknamed Primitivo, Maradiaga has played as a midfielder amongst others for F.C. Motagua as well as Salvadoran giants Águila and Alianza. He also had half a season in Europe, playing 15 games in the Spanish Segunda División for Tenerife in 1984. He scored 23 goals in total for Motagua, making him one of the most prolific midfielders in the club's history.
A stocky defensive midfielder, Maradiaga represented Honduras at the 1977 FIFA World Youth Championship. He went on to play for his country in 24 FIFA World Cup qualification matches and he was captain of the Honduras squad that took part in the 1982 FIFA World Cup.
He had been in charge of the Guatemala national football team until 2006, but his contract was terminated after they failed to reach the 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification play-offs. He returned however for the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification in March 2008 but was dismissed by the Chapines for a second time in October 2008.
He resigned in October 2009 as coach of Real España and in September 2011, he was dismissed as coach of Motagua, with whom he won four league titles. He was revealed as the new Marathón coach in January 2012 but was replaced by Manuel Keosseián in August 2012.
In September 2015 he accepted the position of coach of the El Salvador national football team. On 6 September 2016, his team revealed that they had all been approached, and had turned down, an offer to ensure that their result against Canada saw Honduras progress to the next round, but Maradiaga was later fined 20,000 Swiss francs and banned from football for two years for not disclosing the approach.
On 7 January 2011 the International Federation of Football History & Statistics published a list of the World's Best Coach of the 1st Decade (2001-2010) and Maradiaga appeared on the list ranking 167th.
Primi is married to Lesby Vargas, who is 19 years younger than him. They have two sons, Martín and Javier.