Sergio Ramos announces retirement from Football says “Football is not always fair”

Sergio Ramos

Football is not always fair – announces retirement


Sergio Ramos has announced the end of his international football career.


The 36-year-old made the announcement on Thursday after being informed that he would not be included in the plans of new Spain coach Luis de la Fuente.



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Ramos disclosed De la Fuente called him and informed him that he would not be chosen, regardless of his performance with Paris Saint-Germain.


The defender played 180 times for Spain, the most of any player, and scored 23 goals.



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Ramos won the 2010 World Cup as well as the 2008 and 2012 European Championships.



“With a heavy heart, it is the end of a road that I had hoped would end with a better flavour or on a part that we achieve with La Roja.”


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He wrote on social media, “I honestly believe this journey deserved to end at my choosing or because my performances were not at a level worthy of the national team — not because of age or other factors.”



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