Elite Coach. Manager of the Spanish National Soccer Team at the 2010 FIFA World Cup
Vicente del Bosque is one of the most successful soccer coaches in the world and has become an example of leadership and management of high performance teams.
Del Bosque started as a Real Madrid player for eleven seasons, where he won five league titles and four Copa del Rey titles. Also at Real Madrid he began his career as an elite coach, where he won two Champions League (2000 and 2002), two Leagues (2001 and 2003), a Spanish Super Cup (2001), a European Super Cup (2002) and an Intercontinental Cup (2002).
After training at Real Madrid, he spent a short season in the Turkish league directing Besiktas and in 2008 he was named National Team Coach of Spain and in 2010, thanks in part to his leadership, Spain won its first World Cup in South Africa.
He was distinguished in 2012 by FIFA as the best coach in the world. At an honorary level, he was awarded the title of first "Marqués de Del Bosque" in 2011. He has been decorated with the "Gran Cruz de la Real Orden del Mérito Deportivo" and the "Gran Cruz de la Orden del Dos de Mayo". In 2011 he was awarded the title of Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of Castille-La Mancha.
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