Sergio Ramos has been in professional football for over 15 years. He has won all the major titles to win during his career: become world champion, champion of Europe and winner of the Champions League.
"My football career is a puzzle and I owe something to those who have trusted me blindly, as well as to those who have not trusted me." They all have me is growing, "said the 33-year-old in an interview with" Esquire Magazine "about all the coaches he's had over the years.
The club and the national team have already composed 18, including four of which Ramos is particularly grateful in retrospect: "I must mention Joaquin Caparros, it is he who gave me the opportunity to to prove myself in the first team of Seville, I made my debut in the Primera division, I owe him the realization of my first dream. "At 17, Ramos made his professional debut in February 2004.
Ramos continues: "Later, there was Luis Aragones, who brought me as an inexperienced player my debut in the Spanish national team at just 18. I will be forever grateful to him." In March 2005, Ramos played his first of the 165 international matches for Spain, winning the European title for the first time with Aragones in 2008.
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At Real Madrid, he stressed two coaches: "In recent years, (Carlo) Ancelotti and Zizou (Zinedine Zidane, d.Red.) Have led to great success in the league and the Champions League."
For Ramos, there is not necessarily another coach to add to his resume: "I hope to spend a few more years with Zizou and put the icing on the cake of my career at Real Madrid."