Luis Enrique was asked if he would like to see Pep Guardiola coaching Spain, following quotes from the current Manchester City manager regarding his intentions of moving into international football in the future. Luis Enrique was also asked if it bothers him when club managers express their desire for players to be rested and not go with the national team.
Ferran Torres on being coached by Guardiola and Luis Enrique
Spanish international and Manchester City player Ferran Torres spoke about being coached by Luis Enrique and Pep Guardiola. The attacker was also asked about the differences between English and Spanish football. Ferran then remembered his last game for Spain, a 6-0 victory over ...read more
Luis Enrique: ‘I can see Marcos Llorente playing in any position’
Marcos Llorente received his first call up to the senior Spanish national team in November 2020. Luis Enrique spoke about Llorente’s versatility, since he’s played both as a midfielder and an attacker. ...read more
Luis Enrique’s Spain debut at Wembley
On 8 September 2018, Luis Enrique made his debut as the manager of the Spanish national team with a 2-1 victory over England in a UEFA Nations League game at Wembley. Marcus Rashford scored the opener for England but Spain then came back with goals by Saúl and Rodrigo. ...read more
Luis Enrique: 'Gavi’s unique'
Luis Enrique said he had doubts regarding whether 17 year-old Gavi would perform in front of 50,000 fans at the Estadio La Cartuja as Spain faced Sweden in the decisive final match of their 2022 World Cup qualifying group. The FC Barcelona midfielder then had a great game as Luis ...read more
Luis Enrique on Spain playing out from the back
Following Spain’s 1-1 draw in a friendly away at the Netherlands, Luis Enrique was asked about the risks of playing out from the back. The Spanish head coach explained that his players are instructed to play out from the back, but the difficulty lies on how each of them take in ...read more
Luis Enrique reacts to Xavi’s return to FC Barcelona
Luis Enrique wished Xavi Hernández 'the best of luck' as FC Barcelona manager. The Spanish national team head coach, who managed Xavi during his time at Barça, was asked if he would give him any advice, to what Luis Enrique replied that Xavi has had more experience in that ...read more