August 16, 2008
Ramos:Madrid Taking Super Cup Seriously
Having helped Spain win the European Championships, the 22-year-old wants to enjoy another night of celebration by beating Copa del Rey winners Valencia.While both sides will use the two-legged tie to boost their fitness levels, Ramos is keen to not just play well but to begin with a morale-boosting victory."This has come at a good time and we are excited and really believe we can win it," he told reporters."Of course we value the Super Cup because it is important to win trophies, because when all is said and done, that is what every player wants most."We are beginning to find our level again, adapting to the hard work and our new players have settled in."Valencia will also want to make an impression at the start of the season and Ramos thinks that they will be a better team than the one that finished last season under Unai Emery."I think people will see a stronger team that have a new plan and a new coach with clear ideas. They will be rally keen to start well," he continued.