Sergio Ramos; the Spaniard with the best CV in football going, the man who will always a find a late winner, the man who should be in the running for the next James Bond villain; he’d make a better bloody version than, Christoph Waltz.
Barely saw the bloke in Spectre…
Anyway, I digress, back to Ramos; the Spaniard’s been busy finding equalisers in El Clasico, and recently bagging all three points for Los Blancos against, Deportivo de La Coruña, in the dying moments of matches.
And it’s led the Real Madrid captain to claim how the side in 2013/14 under Carlo Ancelotti was a better team than the one under, Zinedine Zidane, due to it’s consistency and intensity
“Every season is very intense but I think that one, with Carlo Ancelotti at the helm, was very consistent. I think we played truly excellent football and we maintained our rhythm.”
Hang about, pal, are you not meant to be out with your current gaffer and team on Club World Cup duty? We sort of think you should be focusing on your side, rather than bloody punching holes in the team to date. Don’t think your boss will be too happy; we know what happens when you piss the Frenchman off…
The side back then did have the likes of, Angel di Maria and Xabi Alonso, but the team at the moment is not exactly too shabby; currently siting six points clear in La Liga, compared to finishing third under Ancelotti in 2014.
Ramos best be keeping the performances up on the field, rather than in the media; or we could see another Iker Casillas 2.0 all over again.
Have a look at the Ballon d’Or winners if Messi and Ronaldo didn’t exist…