The new coach ‘Krating’ countered his inexperience. I know the big players well.

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Luis de la Fuente is the new boss of the Spanish national team. Yan knows the players in the first team very well. Because he was a coach for when he played in the youth series. Therefore confident that the criticism can be removed, pointing out that if Sergio Ramos is fully fit. He is ready to pull back to help the UFABET team

The Spanish Football Federation ( RFEF) held a press conference to announce new manager Luis de la Fuente . On Sunday, December. After announcing the appointment to replace Luis Enrique, who stepped down from his position as manager three days ago. While the former youth coach is confident that he is good enough to take on the job. Despite being criticized for lacking experience with the first team

The new coach 'Krating' countered his inexperience. I know the big players well.

The Spaniards were knocked out of the Round of 16 at the World Cup in Qatar. went beyond expectation After losing on penalties, Morocco went 0-3, despite the whole game being superior. As a result, the federation decided not to continue working with the 52-year-old boss, whose contract expires at the end of this year, along with pulling the 23-year-old youth head coach to step up to sit in the chair instead.

“I’ve been a professional player for 15 years,” the 61-year-old manager said at a press conference. I am the national team coach. at the youth level I coached 16 players named in the first team for this World Cup. If there was someone in Spain who knew the present and the future of the Spanish national football team. That person was me.”

As for the question that Will 36-year-old Sergio Ramos be recalled to the national team? The former boss of the small national team said that all players who are physically fit. He was ready to be called back to the team. As for the style of play, it still adheres to the original form of possession of the ball. But there may be a slight adjustment if it can help the team win.

De la Fuente  played at left-back for Athletic Bilbao in the 1980s and 1990s, winning two La Liga titles and one Copa del Rey with the team. from the Basque Country He also played for Sevilla and Alaves before beginning his coaching career, leading the Bulls U23s to a silver medal at the 2020 Olympics and the U19s and U21s to one European Championship.