Ramires disappointed after Confederations Cup snub
Chelsea midfielder Ramires admitted that he is disappointed after having been left out of the Brazilian national team Confederations Cup squad.
The midfielder talked with Globo Esporte about the national team, he said: "It bothered me [when I stopped getting called up) as I have goals, I worked the whole year to play the Confederations Cup and then I was not in the squad list, so it bothered me, but it's past now. I am looking ahead, return to Chelsea, do a good job and return to the national team."
Ramires added: "I supported Brazil a lot, I have always the [Confederations Cup] trophy should stay in Brazil, the World Cup too. I do have a chance of returning, I will work. Not much can be said from outside, you have to answer on the pitch, you have to play and say nothing."
The former Cruzeiro player also talked about Chelsea, he said: "Mourinho is a manager that needs no further comments, I will learn a lot from him. Which player does not dream of working with a manager like him? I am very motivated, I am back this week, I will have my first contact with him, I hope everything works out."
He added: "Mourinho is an angry person, but if we do well what he asks, he will please him. English football is always hard, the big clubs sign a lot of players and Chelsea are no different. I think it will be a much harder season than the last one, we will be stronger this season to fight for the title."