"I like adrenalin so I love the prospect of playing England here at Wembley which is the ideal place", Sky Sports quotes Luis Enrique as saying ahead of Spain's clash with England. "I never wanted to hurt a colleague on the pitch, of course, so my conscience is really clear about what I did that night", Ramos said in pre-match press conference. "I have been playing for many years, I have the same drive, the same dreams". Their talents are unique to them, there aren't many players like that, so I think the challenge for Luis Enrique is to create more of a collective - and make that collective play in a way that ensures they can cope without those big players.
"I won't answer that question as you'll write whatever you like in your section in the newspaper, so I'll just you let you carry on in that manner", Isco said.
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The Real Madrid defender may have been a regular adversary of Luis Enrique during the coach's time in charge at Camp Nou, but that is not clouding the 48-year-old's opinion of the centre-back. "We had met before as rivals", he explained. We have got on well, as we both have strong characters but it's good vibes.
De Gea, 27, has been on the receiving end of lingering backlash over his place in the side following a less than impressive World Cup campaign which included a number of high profile mistakes. All this new information is good.
The head coach refused to discuss any tactics ahead of the match against England, which finished fourth at this summer's World Cup, saying he did not want to give the opponent "any kind of clues".