Racing Post - Euro 2020 - 2021-06-03




Manager Luis Enrique Personal reasons forced Enrique to resign as La Roja’s head coach in June 2019, but he returned after the conclusion of Euro 2020 qualifying. A treble winner when in charge of Barcelona, expect Enrique to load up his midfield with technical talent in a bid dominate possession. Record P 21 W 13 D 5 L 3 All games. Both spells in charge Strengths • Exceptional midfield depth • Home advantage • Burgeoning young talent Weaknesses • Boast only one proven international striker • No superstar in their ranks • Goalkeeping issues Prospects Spain really ought to stamp their authority on Group E, particularly in what is a home group campaign against lesser opposition. But La Roja are missing a superstar of old and recent evidence suggests they could fall short when tackled by a leading light in the latter stages. Inside info Carlos Cruz Commentator Luis Enrique has rejuvenated his squad with youthful enthusiasm, and no little talent. He has many and varied options to call upon within his preferred 4-3-3 system, with the fruits of his labours highlighted by the fact La Roja have lost only one of their last 17 games.



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