Spain have left the national team coaching job vacant after sacking Luis Enrique and appointed new manager within just 24 hours.
An assertion from the Royal Football Federation(RFEF) read declared that the RFEF might want to say thanks to Luis Enrique and his whole training staff in charge of the public group lately.
The games board of the RFEF has moved to the president to report where it is resolved that another venture ought to begin for the Spanish football.
La Roja left the World Cup on Tuesday following a shock punishment shootout rout to Morocco in Qatar.
The 2010 heroes neglected to change over any of their spot-kicks following a goalless 120 minutes of activity.
The unexpected outcome was gone before by a rollercoaster bunch stage crusade which saw a 7-0 triumph over Costa Rica, a 1-1 draw with Germany and a 2-1 loss to Japan to leave them sprinters up in Gathering E.
The point is to go on with the development accomplished lately because of the work did by Luis Enrique and his teammates.
Both the president, Luis Rubiales, and the games chief, Jose Francisco Molina, have sent the choice to the mentor.
The RFEF vivaciously hopes everything works out for Luis Enrique and his group of karma in their future expert tasks.
The mentor acquires the adoration and profound respect of his associates in the public group and of the whole alliance, which will constantly be his home.
Luis Enrique, 52, first assumed responsibility for his country in July 2018 yet ventured down the next July because of individual reasons.
He got back to the steerage in November 2019 and regulated Spain’s rushed to the Euro 2020 semi-finals, where they likewise surrendered to a punishment shootout misfortune, to possible bosses Italy.
The previous Genuine Madrid and Barcelona midfielder won 62 covers for his country somewhere in the range of 1991 and 2002.
After spells in the Roma and Celta Vigo hole, he got back to the Camp Nou in May 2014 proceeding to win nine prizes, remembering a high pitch for his most memorable mission in Catalonia.
The Spanish FA have appointed Luiz de la Fuente who was the under 21 head coach under the same federation.