Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has reacted to the crisis going on in Real Madrid that has affected their performance during their recent outings.
He adds that having everyone wanting to feature in every match makes the coach’s job difficult.
Speaking to AS after receiving Siete Estrellas sports award, Ramos said:
“Sometimes, a crisis at Madrid is when the team draws two games in a row, that’s why we wanted to get back to winning ways and get several good results under our belts to return something back to the Bernabéu.
“In the last few months we’ve been a bit distant and that’s not good for them or us. Historically, we faced up to our problems as one and those moments of silence an uncertainty at the stadium actually do us some good”.
Talking about Solari and Isco crisis, Ramos added:
“It’s complicated, at Real Madrid, everyone wants to play and that makes the coach’s job even more difficult.
“But this is Madrid and the issue is always who gets to play and who doesn’t if we need to sign a striker, who should be in goal… the newspapers always need something to write about and we’re doing our best to help them so that you don’t get bored”.