Isco happy with new Spain boss Luis Enrique introducing mobile phone ban

Isco happy with new Spain boss Luis Enrique introducing mobile phone ban

Isco happy with new Spain boss Luis Enrique introducing mobile phone ban

Saturday's match will be the first time the 32-year-old has played in England since May's final but he is not anxious by the potentially fiery reception he may receive. Jurgen Klopp later accused Ramos of flooring Salah "like a wrestler".

He said, "I'm not really concerned about that".

"I don't know what's going to happen in the future but that's a position I haven't had any doubts about", the Spain coach said.

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.

Fernando Hierro was in temporary charge of 2010 World champions Spain in Russian Federation.

Ramos is likely to receive a dodgy reception from England fans, especially those of a Liverpool persuasion at Wembley but little has fazed the 32-year-old during his career and he is sticking by his story.

The Egyptian superstar was brought down by Ramos during the first half of the match between Liverpool and Real Madrid and was forced off in a moment which many believed changed the course if the match.

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"He is captain as the most capped player", Enrique said on the eve of his first game in charge of Spain.

"This first contact this week has been really good and really positive despite speculation of us both having very strong characters".

"I have been here for many years but still feel very young and eager and want to continue winning with the national team, it is all good for the moment".

Ramos said that it was the job of the current squad to restore Spain to the heights that saw them triumph in three consecutive global tournaments - the European championships of 2008 and 2012 and the World Cup of 2010.

"He has great personality and presence. I think I played well against Atletico Madrid and this gave me the opportunity". "We had to find clues and solve riddles", Isco added.

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