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Luis Enrique feels pressured as tension is built up at Las Rozas

Mon 21 June 2021 | 8:34

As per reports from Diario As, Spain boss Luis Enrique is feeling a lot of pressure as his side have already had two games in Euro 2020 but failed to secure a victory.

Spain

were held to a draw when they faced Sweden in their first match before drawing 1-1 against Poland in Seville.

Luis Enrique

is under pressure and Luis Rubiales is worried about the Austrian’s project. Aside from being the winner or loser this summer, the principal is concerned that the public may disconnect from La Roja.

They are dissatisfied that Iago Aspas is absent from the team, Gerard Moreno shows a lack of prominence and Marcos Llorente is played at the right-back instead of midfield.

The 51-year-old has also criticized the pitch’s state and its poor quality and the Andalusian Government and, by extension, the Spanish Football Federation was not pleased and took it as an offence.

There are also problems in the dressing room as Moreno feels ignored when he is on the field. The Spain international is pushed out to the wing rather than central, with Llorente also not featuring in the right position.

Cesar Azpilicueta was not given any game time, whereas Jesus Navas and Marcos Llorente have not even been chosen and all of them fall on the Spain manager’s shoulders.


source: SportMob