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Del Bosque hints at Casillas as sub at Euros


Gianni Infantino backed for FIFA presidency by Spanish FA

Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has thrown his support behind Gianni Infantino in the FIFA presidential race.
Star support including Jose Mourinho were on hand for FIFA presidential candidate Gianni Infantino at his event in London.
FIFA presidential candidate Gianni Infantino says he wants responsibility of restoring football's image as FIFA president.

The Spanish FA is the latest to offer their backing to Gianni Infantino ahead of the FIFA presidential elections on Feb. 26.

Current UEFA general secretary Infantino is one of five candidates standing to succeed Sepp Blatter, and has also in recent weeks been endorsed by World Cup 2018 hosts Russia, as well as France, Germany, the South American confederation CONMEBOL and the seven Central American federations.

Infantino also has the backing of many prominent individual figures in the game,...

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Del Bosque: Real Madrid would've won more Champions Leagues with me

Vicente del Bosque believes a number of countries will challenge Spain for success at Euro 2016 in France.

Spain manager Vicente del Bosque believes that Real Madrid would have won more Champions League titles had he remained Los Blancos boss.

Del Bosque guided the Spanish giants to two Champions League trophies, two La Liga titles and a UEFA Super Cup win during his four-year spell at the club.

And the 65-year-old says more silverware would have been added to Real's trophy cabinet had he remained on the Bernabeu sidelines.

"It is very difficult to win [the Champions League]," Del Bosque told Telediario.


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Aymeric Laporte: My aim is to play for France despite Spain eligibility

Aymeric Laporte has stressed that he sees his international future with France.

Athletic Bilbao defender Aymeric Laporte has stressed that he wants to play international football for France despite being eligible to represent Spain.

Laporte, who was born in Agen and has represented France at youth level, has yet to win a senior cap -- and that means he could still play for Vicente del Bosque's side.

After an interview on Onda Vasca radio in which he appeared to suggest he may keep his options open, the 21-year-old clarified his position on Twitter.

He wrote: "I would like to...