Earlier in January Vicente del Bosque stated that he was thinking about leaving his managerial position in the Spanish national football team. The 65 year old coach was believed to be stepping from his spot in the national side when the 2016 Euro’s reaches it’s end on June.
Vicente del Bosque initially took charge of the Spanish national side on March of 2008 and he has lifted the FIFA World Cup and the UEFA European Championship title ever since becoming the manager of Spain.
The veteran manager has spent around 8 years in charge of Spain and it seemed like his time was reaching it’s end but Vicente del Bosque is turning around on his decision to step down from coaching the Spanish national side as he said: “We’ll talk about my future as and when. I’ll always try to help Spanish football wherever I am. Of course, I’ll be there for whatever they need. Whatever I decide will in no way harm the federation or the national team.”
Spain are the current champions of the UEFA Euro’s as they won the previous edition of the tournament back in 2012 after claiming a convincing 4-0 triumph over Italy in the finals and now Vicente del Bosque along with his team have the task of defending their title.
The Spanish national team is one of the favorites of emerging as champions as they have a star-studded with renowned players such as: David Silva, Juan Mata, Sergio Busquets, CescFabregas and David de Gea. These performers are considered to be some of the best in the world of football and will be playing an important role for Spain in their journey of winning the 2016 edition of the UEFA Euro’s.