The Spanish international defender of Real Madrid Sergio Ramos gave his feelings on how Carlo Ancelotti managed the turnover. According to him, the changes made will never concern Cristiano Ronaldo.
Except physical glitch, or extra sporting problem, Cristiano Ronaldo should always be present in the starting eleven of Real Madrid in the important matches. When Carlo Ancelotti has to turn his workforce to meet the needs of several players in play time, he apparently does not think to dismiss CR7. This was confirmed by Sergio Ramos, the Merengue defender, in a recent interview with a Spanish radio. According to him, a loss of play time of the “Comandante” would cost him a lot. And yes, not everyone is housed at the same sign at Casa Blanca.
“In the big teams, it’s hard to make great rotations,” said Sergio Ramos on the Spanish waves of the Radio Marca. “I don’t believe in turnover, although no one is indispensable.” There are players who do not like to be replaced but it is essential for the balance of the team. I don’t think Ronaldo will be part of these rotations because missing a game, it means wasting time, money and prestige. The defender also mentioned the recovery times of the players. “I would have more numbers if I rested more often.” You prefer to have a maximum return for three years, to a level that no one will reach, rather than to measure your appearances over five years. To have a fresh body, you have to miss three of the eight games during the month. But all the games are important. It’s hard to choose the right time to stop.