Ramos Finally Reacts To World Cup Exclusion


Paris Saint-German’s Spanish defender, Sergio Ramos has finally reacted to be excluded by NT boss Luis Enrique for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Ramos, 36, penned a message to his fans where he described his disappointment with missing out of a place on the squad despite of the improvement made from last season.

The CB who is capped 180 times and has scored 23 goals, won the World Cup with Spain in 2010.

He shared the message on his social media channels days after La Furia Roja’s squad for the tournament which kicks off November 20, was reeled out.

Sergio Ramos’ statement:

Last season was a tough one due to injuries and adapting to a new club and a new city. I devoted myself, body and soul, to recovering and getting back to feeling the way always have, guided by the objectives and ambitions one always sets for oneself.

Fortunately, I can say that this season feel like myself again and am back enjoying football, playing for a great club in a great city like Paris.

The World Cup? Of course, it was one of those big dreams wanted to realize. It would have been my fifth, but unfortunately I’ll have to watch it at home.

It’s tough, but the sun will still rise in the morning. I wouldn’t change anything about myself. Not my mentality. Not my passion. Not my commitment, effort, dedication. 24 hours thinking about football.

This is how I feel and I wanted to share it with you all. Thank you for the support. There are plenty more challenges and goals ahead. See you soon.

Wishing you the best. ¡Vamos, España!”

Meanwhile, Spain who are housed in Group E, will battle Costa Rica, Germany and Japan in the first round of the World Cup.


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