10 aug 10:42

"The Mourinho era is done and dusted"

Real Madrid's vice-captain, Sergio Ramos, stated that "the Mourinho era is done and dusted," that he will take "the good" and look optimistically at the present because the entire squad is "thrilled with how Carlo Ancelotti works and how approachable he is."
"Last season did not overshadow the successes of previous seasons. I prefer to take the positive, the good, I don't hold grudges. I'll take what I learnt during a period that is now done and dusted. Football goes on; we have to continue progressing, improving and remain ambitious in order to continue winning titles. This is now a new era, with a new coach, new signings and all of them are thrilled at the prospect of achieving great things," he said.

"Every coach is different, has a playing system, a philosophy, an order, habits. We’re going through that transitional phase and I can assure you that the whole team is pleased with how he works and his approachability. Hopefully, we can go on a great run and win some silverware," he said.

The Madrid vice-captain emphasised that it is important to have "a stable coaching set-up", something initiated with Mourinho. He now hopes to have this as part of a project in which he highlighted the signing of Spanish players. "We've put together a group of young Spanish players and that is great. Signing national talent is always important," he emphasised.


< show latest news

Press "Like"
to read CA at facebook