Luis Enrique Martinez has unveiled Spain’s squad for the 2022
Spain coach Luis Enrique Martínez opens his squad for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Greece and Sweden next week. The return of Barcelona’s teenage forward Ansu Fati and Leeds United striker Rodrygo Moreno. But Raul de Tomas has yet to be named. Spanyol, as reported by Marca on Friday.
Despite the years of international dominance from 2008 to 2012. Spain’s one World Cup win in the middle of that era stands out like an aberration when looking at their tournament history before and after.
Even while keeping the core of the team that lifted Jules Rimet in South Africa 2010 under. Vicente Del Bosque – and adding some of the most talented young players the world has to offer
Fati recovered from a 10-month left knee injury before the 18-year-old forward was re-instated by Luis Enrique, along with Yung Thong striker Rodrygo. AC Milan’s young forward Braim Diaz has also been called up to the list.
However, Barcelona are without Villarreal striker Gerard Moreno and Real Sociedad forward Mikel Oyarzabal who are both injured.
Spain travel to Athens to face Greece on November 11. Before returning to Sevilla’s Estadio La Cartuja against Sweden on November 14.
The challenge facing new boss Luis Enrique is clear but by no means easy. Transition out the older stars, before they represent underachievement more than success. And find the new ones to stop 2010 from becoming a distant, unrepeatable memory.