Spain coach’s views on Leo Messi and Luis Enrique

spain coach vicente del bosque

Spain’s national coach Vicente Del Bosque has been giving his views on Barcelona new coach Luis Enrique along with Leo Messi and golden boy Munir. Mundo Deportivo interviewed the coach and asked him what were his views on Barcelona’s latest coach who came from Celta Vigo.

“They have created new expectations. Barca are confident in a man of the club for the future and I imagine that he is going to do well,” said the Spain national coach.

“Luis Enrique is man with enthusiasm and preparation and he has been signed because they trust him completely.”

Del Bosque was also asked about Leo Messi and the possibility that his career was on a downward spiral.

“It’s very difficult for Messi to keep it up forever,” he said.

“These great players, like him or Cristiano Ronaldo, may have some weak moments but what is certain is he is an extraordinary player and has demonstrated that in the first two League games.”

Finally the Catalan daily sports paper asked the coach about Barcelona’s latest revelation, Munir El Haddadi. The youngster is eligible to play for both Spain and Morocco and he’s been called up into the U-21 squad.

“The first step has been taken, and he has worked his way up from the lower teams below and now he has been called for the Under-21s,” Del Bosque confirmed.

“We can’t and won’t put any obstacle in his way to call him up for the senior squad. Just as we incorporated Bojan, from FC Barcelona, a newcomer to the first team, if we feel he is very good, why wouldn’t we? We’ll do the same.”

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  1. messi will perform better these season.


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