Ramos: I would like to be a manager

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Sergio Ramos says that he likes giving his partners hints on the field.

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos said that he would like to work as a coach after retirement.

The Spaniard admitted that he had a very great desire to become a coach. He feels comfortable when giving advice to his partners. Ramos considers himself a leader and a real captain. With all his respect for the managers, he believes that he does something similar to their work on the football field. So, in any case, he wouldn’t refuse such an opportunity.

Ramos also commented on his Panenka penalties.

Sergio said that he had taken over the role of penalty taker after Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure and he was very happy about it. The Panenka was just a way of taking penalties, he never wanted to offend anyone.

Recall that the Copa del Rey first semifinal match between Barcelona and Real Madrid will be held on Wednesday, February 6th.

(Reporting by Nathan Dent, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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