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Real Madrid announced on Tuesday the current coach of the Spanish election Julen Lopetegui as the successor of Zinedine Zidane in the bank of the cast “merengue”, so the Spanish will assume after the end of the participation of Spain in the World Cup .

Lopetegui arrives with a discreet resume as a coach, where has not conquered titles at the club level but has a vast experience directing minor selections of the “Red Fury.”

– Check Lopetegui's career as a player:

San Sebastián FC (Spain) 1983-1985
Real Madrid Castilla (Spain) 1985-1988
UD Las Palmas (Spain) 1988-1989 [19659005] Real Madrid (Spain) 1989-1991
CD Logroñes (Spain) 1991-1994
B arcelona (Spain) 1994-1997
Rayo Vallecano (Spain) 1997-2002

– Coaching:

Rayo Vallecano (Spain) ] 2003-2004
Real Madrid Castilla (Spain) 2008-2009
Spanish national team (U19) 2010-2012
Spanish national team (U20) 2011-2013 [19659005] Spanish national team (Sub 21) 2012-2014
Porto (Portugal) 2014-2016
Spanish national team (Adult) 2016-2018

– History as coach:

European Champion sub 19 (Spanish national team) 2012
European Champion sub 21 (Spanish national team) 2013

Prize list as a player:
Spanish League, Real Madrid, 1989-90
Spanish Super Cup, Real Madrid: 1990
Spanish Super Cup, Barcelona: 1994, 1996
SM El Rey Cup, Barcelona , 1998-97
Recopa de Europa, Barcelona, ​​1998-97





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