Luis Enrique takes his first session with 12-man backroom team
The former Barcelona manager took over his first session as the manager of Spain with 12 assistants and four goalkeepers as Raúl Albiol sat out.
Luis Enrique took to the field at Las Rozas, where the Spanish Football Federation call their home, for the first time as the manager of Spain after naming his 24-man squad last week. He directed his first training session on Monday night with England and Spain on the horizon.
Raúl Albiol did not train after taking a knock. Meanwhile, there were four goalkeepers at the sessions with David De Gea, Kepa, Pau López and Sevillista and under-21 keeper, Juan Soriano in attendance.
The internationals who played on Saturday with their club teams worked on pressing. The rest, did a long, steady run in an effort to recover from their games on Sunday. Luis Enrique had a team of 13 including himself along with assistants, medical staff and a psychologist as he embarks on a new adventure.
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