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Luis Enrique quits Spain for personal reasons

Luis Enrique says his team prepared to play against Gareth Bale.
Luis Enrique took over as manager of Spain after the 2018 World Cup.

Spain announced on Wednesday afternoon that Luis Enrique has stepped down as coach of the national team because of personal reasons.

Enrique, 49, has been on a leave of absence since March 26, with his assistant Robert Moreno having guided La Roja in their past three Euro 2020 qualifiers. Moreno will replace Luis Enrique as head coach, Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) president Luis Rubiales announced.

"Luis Enrique has announced he will not continue as coach," Rubiales said in a news conference...

UEFA Nations League exceeds expectations, proves to be a tasty appetizer to Euro 2020

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Shaka Hislop explain how Portugal won the tactical battle in the Nations League final over the Netherlands.
Goncalo Guedes netted the winner as reigning European champions Portugal defeated the Netherlands to win their second title in three years.

You need an hour or two and a patient listener to explain the new Nations League. Even a Rubik's cube is probably a shade easier. The competition, though, was surprisingly a big hit with good games, big crowds and a feeling that the matches had meaning. This, surely, was better than inconsequential friendlies with coaches changing six players on each side in the second half.

The climax of the tournament in Portugal felt like a mini-European Championship in itself. The four teams to qualify for...