Real Madrid captain Ramos: Enrique not hired to kick me out!

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Liverpool's Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah (R) falls with Real Madrid's Spanish defender Sergio Ramos leading to Salah being injured during the UEFA Champions League final football match between Liverpool and Real Madrid at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine, on May 26, 2018.

Real Madrid and Spain worldwide, Isco, has spoken out about working with new head coach Luis Enrique, showing support for the new rules the coach is implementing.

Spain get the Luis Enrique era started against England at Wembley in the Nations League on Saturday, with the former Barca coach succeeding Julen Lopetegui following his pre-World Cup dismissal.

Spain manager Luis Enrique is trying to do anything he can to keep his squad focused and one of the things he has told his players is that there will be no more board games and PlayStation. However Ramos wasn't phased by the question, shrugging off any guilt over the situation.

"This is my style and I don't care if you don't like it", he said. "It doesn't matter to me". I never wanted to hurt an opponent on the pitch, of course, so my conscience is really clear about what I did that night. My conscience is very clear.

"I know the English fans will treat players as they deserve and I'm not anxious about that in the slightest". "I am not anxious about that in the slightest".

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Sergio Ramos and Real Madrid have got a flawless start to their La Liga campaign as the defending champions have garnered maximum points from three games.

"We're the ones playing on the pitch for the national team".

The new coach's press appearances so far suggest he will carry that same edge felt by the journalist two years ago into global management, and it remains to be seen whether it proves a source of unification or alienation amongst his players.

"We have met before as rivals".

"He brought through young players when he was in charge of the first-team at Barcelona and he also developed as a young player himself with the national team, so I think he's a good link between the top level of competition and the use of young players".