Legendary Spain Boss Vicente Del Bosque Announces Retirement Date

The much-loved coach will leave the national team after his fourth tournament in charge.

Spain’s coach Vicente Del Bosque will end his reign as Spain coach after Euro 2016, reports the Daily Mail.

The Spanish coach lead Spain to victory in World Cup 2010 and Euro 2012, and will have a chance to make up for Spain’s embarrassing performance at World Cup 2014 in the summer of 2016.

“I’ll stay until France 2016, unless I see a reason not to. I don’t expect to resign before that, no.”

Many thought Del Bosque would go after Spain’s group stage exit at the World Cup, but he has stayed on to begin a new generation of the team, without Puyol and Xavi.

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