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Ramos accepts forcing Ajax yellow was a 'mistake'

The Real Madrid captain took to his Instagram and Twitter accounts to analyse a series of issues concerning the troubled club at the moment.

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Sergio Ramos, jugador del Real Madrid, se autoentrevista

Sergio Ramos took an alternative approach in answering a series of questions himself on his social media platforms which have passed through the minds of many fans after recent turmoil on the field has seem the club dumped out of both the Champions League and Copa del Rey coupled with a home defeat in LaLiga which sees the side from the Spanish capital adrift in the league table. The results have had a domino effect in many supporters calling for Sant Solari's head after the bitter eliminations and the Argentine's inability to handle a sensitive ego-management situation in the Madrid dressing room.

As captain Ramos felt the need to carry out this reflection by interviewing himself, with the defender from Camas stating: "As footballers we like to do our talking on the pitch but this season is not turning out that way.

Recent events have been disastrous and I’m not hiding. We are not hiding. We the players are primarily responsible and I, as captain, more than anyone.

That's why I thought that the most honest way to answer the questions that are circulating around us would be to tackle them directly".

Was the yellow card in Amsterdam an error?
Absolutely it was an error and I take the blame 200%.

Why did you record the documentary?
There are certain commitments made and it never remotely went through my head that the game could have turned out as it did. The recording itself was scaled down as the game went on.

Did you argue with the President in the dressing room?
Dressing room issues are discussed and resolved in the dressing room. There's no problem whatsoever and everybody has the same interest: Real Madrid.

Did you address your teammates and criticize them?
We always talk and motivate each other in the dressing room and always in a constructive way.

Did you have a confrontation with Marcelo?
We have exchanges in every training session. It's part of working with pressure. But it’s just an anecdote like so many others that happen from day to day. Marce is like a brother to me.

Why did you travel to Valladolid?
Because I wanted to be close and support my teammates.

What's happening with the coach?
It’s a decision that’s not ours to make and in which we never interfere. We have enormous respect for the position and we always support the Real Madrid coach.

These reflections are, without doubt, the result of a deeply disappointing season but if success didn’t stop us, we're not going to let defeat stop us. It's our obligation to carry on, to work and to evolve.
And to remember that some of us are lucky enough to play for @realmadrid, some of us are lucky enough to form part of its history, but #RealMadrid was, is and will always be #RealMadrid. No one name makes the legend of Real Madrid, but we have all written that legend together.

Together we have to work for the future and restore our hope.

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As footballers we like to do our talking on the pitch but this season is not turning out that way. Recent events have been disastrous and I’m not hiding. We are not hiding. We the players are primarily responsible and I, as captain, more than anyone. That's why I thought that the most honest way to answer the questions that are circulating around us would be to tackle them directly. Was the yellow card in Amsterdam an error? Absolutely it was an error and I take the blame 200%. Why did you record the documentary? There are certain commitments made and it never remotely went through my head that the game could have turned out as it did. The recording itself was scaled down as the game went on. Did you argue with the President in the dressing room? Dressing room issues are discussed and resolved in the dressing room. There's no problem whatsoever and everybody has the same interest: Real Madrid. Did you address your teammates and criticize them? We always talk and motivate each other in the dressing room and always in a constructive way. Did you have a confrontation with Marcelo? We have exchanges in every training session. It's part of working with pressure. But it’s just an anecdote like so many others that happen from day to day. @Marcelotwelve is like a brother to me. Why did you travel to Valladolid? Because I wanted to be close and support my teammates. What's happening with the coach? It’s a decision that’s not ours to make and in which we never interfere. We have enormous respect for the position and we always support the Real Madrid coach. These reflections are, without doubt, the result of a deeply disappointing season but if success didn’t stop us, we're not going to let defeat stop us. It's our obligation to carry on, to work and to evolve. And to remember that some of us are lucky enough to play for @realmadrid, some of us are lucky enough to form part of its history, but #RealMadrid was, is and will always be #RealMadrid. No one name makes the legend of Real Madrid, but we have all written that legend together. Together we have to work for the future and restore our hope. Madridista Commitment. #HalaMadrid

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