The Spanish national football team will have to begin searching around for a new manager after Vicente del Bosque steps down from his coaching position in the national team when the 2016 Euro’s reaches it’s end.
“In life you cannot be absolutely sure about anything but it is my intention to continue until France 2016 and then leave. In my case, the federation will make a smooth transition and my plan is to remain involved in football and with the federation.” Spain’s Vicente del Bosque told the media his intention to resign in 2 years.
Pep Guardiola, Rafael Benitez, GuusHiddink, Marcelo Bielsa, and Athletic Bilbao’s Ernesto Valverde are all possible candidates on being the successor for Vicente del Bosque in the national team.
Even though Vicente del Bosque has already revealed his intention to resign from his managerial position in the Spanish national side after the 2016 Euro’s, he still has plenty of things to do before leaving his role in the team.
Following the disappointing 2016 World Cup campaign where Spain failed on making it out of the group stages, Vicente del Bosque has been making changes in the squad in order to avoid any further negative or shocking results.
Vicente del Bosque is well aware that a few switches need to be done in the team as he unveiled details concerning his team and overall remains optimistic about what his squad can accomplish in the near future.
“We’ve changed our game from playing with three attackers, Iniesta, Cesc and Silva and to two in recent games with either PacoAlcacer and Diego Costa or Alcacer and AlvaroMorata.We’re still seeking our biggest offensive presence, but we haven’t found it entirely and perhaps that’s provided us with some uncertainty in that regard. Our objective is clear: qualifying for the European Championship in 2016.We decided to carry on and I am feeling in good spirits and full of desire to fulfill my responsibilities,” Vicente del Bosque added on.