Vicente del Bosque ,Spanish National Team Soccer Coach

Vicente del Bosque

Vicente del Bosque González, born December 23, 1950) is aSpanish football player ever. He is currently manager of the Spanishnational football team. After taking over from Luis Aragones who ledSpain to the European success in Euro 2008, Del Bosquecontinued to manage the national team for the conquest of their firstWorld Cup in 2010. Del Bosque also known for having trained RealMadrid from 1999 to 2003, the most successful period in themodern era club. He has worked for years with an assistant coachToni Grande. Along with the Italian Marcello Lippi, they are the onlyfootball manager who has won two Champions League and WorldCup.

Vicente del Bosque González is a former Spanish footballer who is currently the coach of the Spanish national team.
Most of the coaching career was spent at Real Madrid. Del Bosque also ordained as the most successful coach in the history of the Spanish capital club. He coached Spain at the 2010 World Cup arena.
On July 11, 2010, del Bosque became the first coach to lead the Spanish national team as the champion of the world after the World Cup final by beating Holland 1-0 goal by Andres Iniesta.

Managerial career

Real Madrid

Del Bosque is presented in Real Madrid since 1964 and rose through the ranks at the club, but he only succeeded in Madrid during the first few months in 1994 after the sacking of Benito Floro and before the appointment of Jorge Valdano. He will return to manage Real for one game in 1996, when he was the team of young coaches, club president and board of directors has today sacked their manager, Arsenio Iglesias. But in 1999-1900, the club management decided to give her full time job after difficulties with their new foreign coach, John Toshack, to take over in November 1999.

In four seasons in charge, Del Bosque led the club through the most successful spell in modern history, having steered the club to two League Champions League titles in 2000 and 2002, two domestic league titles in 2001 and 2003, the Spanish Super Cup in 2001 , the European Super Cup in 2002, the Intercontinental Cup in 2002 and finishing in the top four of the Champions League every year he was responsible. Not because of the Madrid side in the 1950s and 1960s, which was Alfredo di Stefano and Ferenc Puskas perform consistently successful club. Del Bosque is famous for his style of humility, patience and humility which saw him manage the club because of a policy during the period as club president Florentino Pérez, known as Los Galacticos, where the star of the world's best and most valuable has been signed for the club started with Luís Figo and including Zinedine Zidane and Ronaldo. Del Bosque's management succeeded in uniting the various ego a lot of modern players in the star-studded team: at Real Del Bosque era managed to win 104 of 186 possible in his time as coach of Real Madrid

Although the success rate. many players - especially the so-called Galacticos - purchased without the input of Del Bosque amid allegations are made that the Real Madrid hierarchy (in particular Pérez and general manager Jorge Valdano) have more control over transfer policy, team selection and other aspects of the club minimalised Del Bosque has a degree of control during his time as manager.

Surprisingly, Real Madrid decided not to renew Del Bosque in 2003,  just a day after he won a club-29 League title and a week after the club signed David Beckham. Del Bosque was offered the post of technical director but declined, causing a lot of suggestions in the Spanish media that there are many political divisions in the club reportedly involving Del Bosque and several players, notably captain Fernando Hierro (who asked to leave the club in the summer of 2003), in one hand, while holding the ax Valdano and Pérez control in their words, "shake up the team," on the other side. Pérez said in an interview with BBC Sport: "Del Bosque showed signs of fatigue I want to be sincere about this - our belief that he is not the right coach for the future .."

It is a strange story from beginning to end - how human beings, timid with the mustache from Salamanca came to be in charge of the group's most expensive and talented players in the modern game, win the biggest trophy on offer and then got the boot in favor of a man not yet rated The name of the Real superstars, Del Bosque is very popular - .. partly because he preferred to let them get on with it cool as a cucumber cryogenically-frozen, he managed to avoid confrontation with its costs, although the ego stars in the squad, and never once gone quiet in front of the media. "
In addition, as evidence of the success that Del Bosque, Real Madrid have failed to reach the heights of life to their Galacticos tag name in recent years since the departure of Del Bosque, a tag that they managed to shine in charge of derivatives at the same time star quality players. Real has been changed seven coaches in a period of four years since his departure and did not win a major trophy until they won La Liga in 2007, under new coach Fabio Capello (who was also fired after). They also have been lost in the last 16 of the Champions League every year since Del Bosque was fired, until the 2010-11 Champions League season, which saw Real Madrid lost to Olympique Lyonnais in the last 16 under new manager Jose Mourinho.

Besiktas and hiatus

After Iñaki Saez resigned after a poor performance in the UEFA European Championship 2004, which saw Spain had their worst result in the tournament since 1988, Del Bosque is approached as a possible manager of the national team. He was not interested in the job, however, and the job was then given to Luis Aragones.
With Beşiktaş, Del Bosque arrived in Turkey to much fanfare and hope, but failure to deliver results that saw him get the sack towards the tail end of the 2004-05 season.

After Mexico is almost eliminated by Argentina in the FIFA World Cup 2006, the Spaniard offered the government of El Tri, but the coach of Spain rejected the offer. Vicente del Bosque's mobile phone rang just a few hours after the elimination of Mexico in the World Cup. On another line of "high representative" Federacion Mexicana de Fútbol Asociación (FEMEXFUT) identify himself, offering him the position coach of Mexico. Del Bosque said the talks were "a warm," and was surprised to receive an offer so quickly right in the middle of the World Cup. Director Del Bosque FEMEXFUT asked to think about the offer "with a calm mind." After 18 days, Del Bosque made a decision: "No, thank you." Del Bosque said he felt honored to be asked to coach the Mexican national team, but his priorities lie in Europe, and Spain in particular. Del Bosque FEMEXFUT has offered at least $ 2 million per year.

During the crisis of 2007 Madrid Real Del Bosque spoke on the line saying that Ronaldo's departure was a mistake, and he is a candidate to replace Fabio Capello as manager of the team. Bernd Schuster, however, the work was awarded on July 9, 2007.

Spain national football team

On March 11, 2008 Del Bosque announced that he will replace Luis Aragones as coach of Spain, was confirmed on July 15, 2008.

Spain under Del Bosque began their 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign is successful, defeating Bosnia and Herzegovina 1-0 with goals from David Villa. Spain beat Armenia 4-0 three days later with two goals coming from David Villa, and each from Joan Capdevila and Marcos Senna, the famous debut of Bojan Krkic, who came as a substitute and beat the rumor that he will switch allegiance to Serbia.

This victory secured Spain's first place spot in their group with six points. The next round saw Spain beat Estonia 3-0, then, four days later, defeating Belgium 2-1 to go - attack from the 88th minute Villa (fifth campaign) won their income. These results begin to retain 100% of their qualifying campaign.

Since Del Bosque was appointed to the job, 20 players have debuted with the Spanish team: Bojan Krkic, Andoni Iraola, Fernando Llorente, Diego Capel, Sergio Busquets, Jesús Navas, Diego Lopez, Gerard Pique, Pedro, Pablo Hernández, Borja Valero, Bruno Soriano, Nacho Monreal, Víctor Valdés, Alvaro Negredo, Juan Mata, Javi Martínez, Thiago Alcantara, Manu del Moral, and Aritz Aduriz opened the lid while one player, Fernando Amorebieta, has been called but failed to debut.

On June 9, 2009, in a friendly against Azerbaijan in which Spain won 6-0, Del Bosque became the first manager in football history to win 10 games his first debut as national team manager, the previous record of nine held by João Saldanha from Brazil. The record currently stands as the 13th consecutive victory,  By winning the last game a 2-0 win against South Africa in the Confederations Cup in 2009, followed by a 2-0 defeat in the semifinal stage of the same competition against the United States. On October 14, 2009, Spain joined the circle is closed all the team after winning the World Cup qualifiers, realized a record ten wins in ten games.
In the first match of the FIFA World Cup Spain 2010 on June 16, they lost 0-1 to Switzerland. Spain rebounded and won the group H to win the next two games.

They face Portugal in the last 16, winning 1-0, and beat Paraguay in their quarter-final match, again by 1-0. Spain then beat Germany in the semi-final on July 7, 2010, winning 1-0, allowing them to reach their first final. In the final against Holland, he led his team to victory after scoring a goal in added time by Andrés Iniesta.

Manager title

Real Madrid
La Liga
: 2000-01, 2002-03
Spanish Super Cup
: 2001
UEFA Champions League
: 1999-2000, 2001-02
European Super Cup
: 2002
Intercontinental Cup
: 2002
Spanish national team
World Cup
: 2010

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