Date: 19th June 2014 at 3:40am
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Many Spain players spoke about the defeat against Chile that eliminated the holders from the competition and Sergio Ramos wasn’t going to stay out of the conversation.

The Real Madrid defender asserted that the defeat reinforces need for unity in the Spain squad. 

“This is the moment to stay together, as we always have done this for these past few years of success,” said Ramos according to AS.com.

“Today it is easy to find excuses and point at people.

“Excuses are for losers, this is one of those days when luck wasn’t with us”.

The Real Madrid player spoke directly to his nation:

“We want to say sorry to all Spaniards, in this moments of crisis that covers La Roja and we understand that you are disappointed and sad.”

“We understand, football doesn’t always give you what you want”.

When asked about coach Vicente Del Bosque and his future in the job, Ramos asserted that:

“We have no voice or votes in his decisions.”

“He holds our respect.

“We’ve lived many years of happiness under his coaching and his presence.

“We will support his decision.

“There are people who are happy about our defeat, but I doubt they’re from our country, because we must be proud of being Spanish”.