Spain coach del Bosque

Spain coach del Bosque says “sense of responsibility” keeps him active

Madrid, May 20 (IANS) Spain football team head coach Vicente del Bosque has said that a “sense of responsibility” and a pride of belonging that everyone should have in their work are the main reasons that lead him to remain active and seek new challenges.

The 65-year-old coach, who next week will train the team to prepare for Euro 2016 in France, stressed that “respect, friendship and humility” are the main values that he wants to instil in youth in order not to miss the spirit of soccer, reports Efe.

Del Bosque, in response to questions posed by employees of Pelayo, the official insurer of La Roja, in an initiative called “I have a question for the national team” highlighted the permanence of the essence of soccer over time.

The employees asked 200 questions from which the company chose three for del Bosque to answer.

The authors of these questions will travel to Nice, France on June 17 to attend the Spain-Turkey game in Euro 2016.

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