Ramos not worried about Salah backlash

Pauline Obrien
September 8, 2018

"I never go onto the pitch with the intention of injuring another professional so I have a very clear conscience", he said.

Salah noticeably blanked Ramos, and the Spanish star might encounter a few angry Liverpool fans when England welcome Spain to Wembley.

Spain are entering a new era under former Barcelona coach Enrique, who took charge of his national team in July following the acrimonious departure of predecessor Julen Lopetegui on the eve of the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation.

Spain captain Sergio Ramos appeared in a press conference on Friday to give his first sensations about the new La Roja under coach Luis Enrique.

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"Despite the speculation there could have been, I have always got on well with the people I have found with most character", said Ramos.

The team has had plenty of success in the last ten years, winning the 2008 Euro, 2012 Euro and 2010 World Cup.

Ramos said it has been an intense first week working with the new coach ahead of their opening Nations League game in League A, Group 4 which also includes Croatia.

Led by Fernando Hierro, Spain surprisingly lost on penalties to the hosts to mark a pretty disastrous World Cup campaign which saw Julen Lopetegui sacked just one day before the tournament started.

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"I know the English fans will treat players as they deserve and I'm not anxious about that in the slightest". "I feel important. I'm comfortable with the great players we have".

New objective: "The fact that we have been a reference during the last decade means everyone knows the national team".

"We've received a lot of new information and we're try to translate that to the pitch so our fans can enjoy themselves again". "I hope we can absorb all the knowledge that he brings to the team". I have no doubts about the XI playing tomorrow, but I have been surprised - for the better - by things that I have seen.

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Nadal said he did not sense a return of his chronic knee tendinitis on Thursday when he practised, or warming up before the match. But the Argentine swept through the tiebreaker, wrapping up the opener after 69 minutes of impressive shot-making.

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