After the EURO 2012,The Spanish national team has never won a championship again
But it is still one of the top ten teams in the world; Spain, which has successfully entered the Qatar World Cup, has eliminated people’s doubts about it.
If you look back from this century, you can find that the Spanish national team is experiencing the best era, and this is all due to the credit of Luis Enrique; he knows how to deal with generational changes and is the best coach in Spanish history. one. Let’s take a look, who else will accompany him on the list!
Vicente del Bosque (2008-2016)
Bosque can be regarded as the most successful coach of the Spanish national team, the only coach with two titles, and the only one who has led Spain to win the only World Cup so far. Just because of that star is enough to become the best coach in Spanish history, but it doesn’t stop there.
He is the coach who has led the Spanish national team to participate in the most games, totaling 114 games; he is the coach who has led the Spanish national team to the most victories, with 86 victories and a winning rate of 75%; he is also the coach with the most goals in Spain, with 253 goals. ball.
Luis Aragones (2004-2008)
The golden age of Spain began in Aragones. He made a very difficult and unrecognized decision, which brought a huge change to Spain and gave Spain a maverick style of play. During his tenure, he won the second European Cup in Spanish history and the first throne after changing his style. In 54 games, 38 wins, 12 draws and 4 losses were achieved.
José Villalonga Llorente (1962-1966)
Jose Villalonga is the 37th coach in the history of the Spanish national team. Until then, he was still one of the longest-serving coaches: in four years, he led Spain in 22 games. However, the data is not ideal, and he achieved a record of 9 wins, 5 draws and 8 losses; but this was still enough for him to win the first European Cup in 1964. This is why he entered the list.
Louis Enrique (2018-2019, 2019-present)
The players he recruited seem to be quite controversial, but Enrique has become one of the best coaches in the history of the Spanish national team by virtue of his achievements.
In the first stage as the coach, Enrique led the national team to participate in 10 games with 8 wins and 2 losses, with a winning rate of 80%, the highest winning rate among all coaches who have led the Spanish national team for more than one game. coach. In his second entry, almost no one could imagine that he could lead such a Spanish team to advance to the European Cup semi-finals and the UEFA Europa League final.
He is going through a complex replacement between old and new, and he dare to bet on young players, which is always worthy of respect.
Julen Lopetegui has (2016-2018)
Julen Lopetegui hass entry into the top five may be surprising, but his statistics are flawless: 14 wins, 6 draws, and no losses in 20 games, with a winning percentage of 70%. Unfortunately, he missed a real test of players and coaches: three days before the opening of the 2018 Russia World Cup, he joined Real Madrid and was fired by the national team.