Since its start in 1992, the UEFA Champions League, formerly known as the European Cup, has been one of the top club championships in the world. We are reminded of the incredible crop of players who have graced the Champions League every time we hear the legendary anthem.
Vicente del Bosque, one of Spain's greatest managers, once correctly stated, "You watch the game, but you don't see Busquets." When you watch Busquets, you get a complete picture of the game.” Sergio Busquets is the type of player that prefers to stay out of the limelight.
Real Madrid is arguably the biggest club in the world and as such, they have attracted some of the renowned coaches in football. Jose Mourinho, Zinedine Zidane, Vicente Del Bosque, Miguel Munoz and Carlo Ancelotti are some of the greatest coaches to manage Real Madrid.
Vicente Del Bosque is a Spanish football manager, who was last the manager of the Spain national team from 2008 to 2016. He was a player in his younger days and played as a defensive midfielder mainly for Real Madrid as well as the Spanish national team. Following his retirement as a player, he became a manager and his first job was to take charge of Real Madrid Castilla, from 1987 to 1990.
Real Madrid is one of the biggest clubs in the world, and one way they maintain that status is by buying the best players around the world. The remarkable thing about these players is that many of them go on to become coaches, and some get the opportunity to oversee the club.
"If you watch the game,you don't see Busquets.But if you watch Busquets, you see the whole game" - Vicente Del Bosque Players like Sergio Busquets, and Michael Carrick, are often widely overlooked when it comes to who's the best player in x or y team.
Zidane's 2nd La Liga Trophy As A Coach - Check All The Coaches That Won La Liga From 1929 Till Date.
Zinedine Zidane joined the "league" of La Liga's Coaches to have won the Spanish league title on more than one occassion. In this "league", you will find the revolutionary Johan Cruyff who won La liga with Barcelona on four occassions in the early 90's, Pep Guadiola the modern "genius" who won it thrice with Barcelona and a certain Miguel Muñoz who won it nine(9) times with Real Madrid. The last time a Madrid coach won the league twice was in the early 2000's when Vicente Del Bosque won it in 2000/2001 and
We are lucky enough to have Nacho at our club who have the Real Madrid DNA in their blood, for whom this club is a part of the soul, a value instilled in the minds and a feeling with which they have been brought up. It is quite certain that Nacho Fernández is among that elite group of warriors. Diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 12, Nacho believed his playing career was over before it had even started. Seven years later, Nacho was playing for the Castilla. And, having impressed Mourinho, he was then called
One of European and world's football greatest ever duo acts Xavi Hernandez and Andres Iniesta, it's nearly impossible to speak about one without thinking of the other . Their rise to the climax of the game had been given ever since their enrolment into the famous la masia academy at Barcelona, which also produced arguably the best ever footballer the game has ever seen Lionel Messi.
Spain will be aiming to win their 3rd European Championship trophy in the last four editions of the tournament, as they head into the Euro 2020. Spain won their first Euro in recent times, as they won the 2008 version, with former Real Madrid coach Vicente Del Bosque taking over, he continued the success story as Spain won the 2010 World Cup and went on to retain their Euro trophy 2012.
Vicente Del Bosque is a former Spanish football player and manager, he was the head coach of the Spain national team from 2008 to 2016, and also the Real Madrid Castilla team who played between 1987 to 1990. Vincent Del Bosque also managed different top clubs in Europe.
The best ten Champions League chiefs ever have been uncovered and it's present Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane who takes top spot. Zidane is just in the early long periods of his profession in the executives however has figured out how to win Europe's world class rivalry multiple times with 'Los Blancos'. Up until now, he has a 100% achievement proportion while overseeing in the Champions League and his side are at the last 16 phase this season. Look at the whole rundown from Squawka beneath, with
Please Like and follow this page for more sports stories and update. Even though Barcelona has done some restructuring lately with the Club's president, Bartomeu announcing his resignation, they appears to be some lingering fundamental problems which has not yet been sorted out. This is following the shocking revealation made by the Club's former coach, Quique Setien. The former Real Beties coach lasted just six months in Camp Nou hot seat and was subsequently sacked on August 17, 2020. The Spanish coach took
Barcelona aren't having the best beginnings to the 2020/2021 season as they sit in the mid table after series of bad performances and that leaves their main competitors, Real Madrid at the upper side of the table. One thing which is certain is that this Barcelona side do create chances but conversion of those chances have been poor. They go at opposition sides, take shots from outside the 18-yard box, and others but the goals aren't coming. It could still be hangover from their 8-2 defeat to Bayern Munich which
1. He could have won a world cup with Spain The whole Spanish Federation did everything in theirpower to convince Lionel to play for them, butMessi is from Argentina.The player’s parents always taught him that Argentina is his home country despite his age, Messi never even imagined a different destination for him to play World Cups or other tournaments. Former Spain manager Vicente del Bosque once said "The Federation made every effort to get Messi to play for Spain. Lionel refused because he loves his co
Barcelona have been cautioned against pandering to their players' clear want to see Neymar come back to the club, with previous Spain and Real Madrid manager Vicente del Bosque resolute he doesn't set a "genuine model". Neymar went through four years at Camp Nou until 2017, when he left for Paris Saint-Germain as the most costly player ever in a €222million move. While the Brazilian has without a doubt grabbed the attention in Paris, scoring 47 objectives and setting up another 26 in only 52 Ligue 1 m
Football is always the King of sports, where honor a large number of teams and legends. Besides players, coaches also play an important role in a team. There are coaches that succeed in the club, and lots of coaches succeed in the national team. In this article, join us in the top 5 best football coaches of the 21st century to date. Top 5 best football coaches in the 21st century 1. Vicente del Bosque Vicente del Bosqu In the years 2010-2013, a peak of football called “Tiqui-Taca” – a specialty of S
Manchester United v Real Madrid is one of the most storied fixtures in European football, with a history dating back over 60 years. From the Spanish club’s domination of the early years of the European Cup, through the great sides of Sir Alex Ferguson and Vicente del Bosque, and into the modern era, the two behemoths have housed some of world football’s greatest talents. These names have often been on show when the clubs have gone into battle, which has occurred on 11 occasions - with three anniversarie
Former Real Madrid and Spain coach Vicente del Bosque has admitted that he doesn't enjoy some of Neymar's more controversial antics on the pitch. Messi is the best: "For me, yes, he's the best. Messi is the best player of all-time but that's not to take anything away from Cristiano Ronaldo. Last year, someone dared to claim that Cristiano Ronaldo was finished, that it didn't matter if he left. Messi and Cristiano have no limits". As a player? Neymar: "Between Neymar and Mbappé - Neymar. He does a lot of st
Previous Barcelona mentor, Quique Setien has expressed that Lionel Messi is hard to oversee. The 62-year-old came in to supplant Ernesto Valverde at the Camp Nou in January 2020 and was uniquely in control for a very long time, before he was sacked after the club's notorious 8-2 thrashing to Bayern Munich in the Champions League. In a meeting for El Pais, Setien plunked down with previous Real Madrid and Spain mentor Vicente del Bosque to examine his time at the Camp Nou and what it resembles to oversee