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SPAIN/ REAL MADRID, Ramos trains on his own

21.09.2012 12.23 by TM W  read 2311
Source: Manutd.com
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After watching on from the bench as his team played against Manchester City, Sergio Ramos turned up to Real Madrid's facilities at Valdebebas on Wednesday to train by himself.

The player went to train despite it being his day off, given that, after the victory over the Citizens, Mourinho gave all his players a day off. The rest of the players didn't start training again until Thursday, in preparation for the away-game against Rayo Vallecano.

Kaká and Callejón, who also turned up, trained alongside Madrid's b-team, Castilla, whilst Ramos trained on his own. The centre back wanted to make the most of his day off since he didn't play in the Champions League game on Tuesday, and today he's back to training as usual with the rest of the group.

Ramos has dealt with being on the bench against City calmly, and on Wednesday he set about trying to win back his starting place for the next league game against Rayo.

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