After securing a thrashing 5-1 reverse against Barcelona in El Clasico, Madrid captain, Sergio Ramos, in a media chat trashed questions concerning a new coach for Real Madrid.
Reports recently emerging says Antonio Conte is the strong force that could succeed Julen Lopetegui following another loss.
“We must respect the decisions that have been made from above,” he said to reporters, according to Marca.
“It’s a matter of being united, we have to turn the page.
“I’ve always had a good relationship with all the coaches, but it’s better to stay on the sidelines because they’re delicate situations.
“Respect is won, it’s not imposed.
“We’ve won titles, and team management is more important than the knowledge of a coach.”
Obviously, the manner of the loss has affected Los Blancos.
“It’s a very f**ked up situation for the whole team, it was a key match and it was a poor result,” Ramos continued.
“It’s not the time to point the finger at anyone but there’s a lot to think about.
“I have won leagues from this position, we need to have our heads high and the key to success is work.”