Spain's Enrique imposes new rules, including cellphone ban

Spain's Enrique imposes new rules, including cellphone ban

I never wanted to hurt an opponent on the pitch, of course, so my conscience is really clear about what I did that night.

The Real Madrid defender became public enemy number one among many Liverpool supporters after his tussle with Mohamed Salah forced the forward off with a shoulder injury in the Champions League final.

Spain got crashed out of the World Cup after being defeated in penalties against hosts Russian Federation.

Ramos has also had...

I have a clear conscience.

The 2010 World Cup winners play their first game under Enrique on Saturday away to England in their opening match of the Uefa Nations League before hosting Croatia - finalists in Russian Federation - on Tuesday.

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Not to forget, the midfield genius at Real Madrid was also awarded the best player of the recently ended FIFA World Cup 2018. Ronaldo left Madrid for Juve in a €112million move in July, ending his battle with Messi on the domestic stage at least.

They endured a nightmare World cup campaign when they were knocked out by unfancied hosts Russian Federation after Spain coach Julen Lopetegui was sacked on the eve of the tournament.

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

Spain's Sergio Ramos during the press conference at the Wembley Stadium, London September 7, 2018. I am convinced that is what we will do. Players have been told to attend all team meals and not to bring smartphones when they are going to eat. "I hope he is with us a long time, for many years, pushing his team-mates to victory".

Isco is also on board with Enrique's decision to ban phones at the dinner table, adding: "It's always good to have a little bit of discipline, not having phones at meals is a good idea to me, these days we are often more focused on machines than speaking with our team mates".

With Luis Enrique now aiming to take them back to the top, we asked Spanish coach Pep Clotet, currently assistant manager to Garry Monk at Birmingham City, what to expect from his new-look side. "We want it to be enjoyable for the fans".

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