World Cup 2010: Xabi Alonso Insists Spain Won’t Compromise Style For Results
Players have full confidence in coach Vicente del Bosque…
By Rupert Fryer
Jun 18, 2010 6:21:00 PM
"Spain has a well-defined style of play and it has proven successful,” the Real Madrid man told the club's official website.
“We played well the other day but couldn't finish,” he added, referring to his country’s 1-0 defeat to Switzerland.
“We aren't going to change our method of playing due to one bad game. Losing is a part of this sport. We have played in the same manner many times and it has worked out well.
The former Liverpool midfielder went on to defend Spain coach Vicente Del Bosque, insisting the whole squad have full confidence in him.
"We need to assess what happened and analyse the game before and after, and only then will the coach make decisions. No matter what that decision may be, the team stands by him 100%. We have vowed to do something big.
"The coach will do his homework and have a look at the match against Switzerland and the upcoming one against Honduras. No matter what happens, there are 23 of us and we are ready."
A ~pensive~ Torres walking to practice
CESC HAS BEEN SIGHTED HALLELUJAH
Good to know he can still laugh
A couple of scousers
A lone hot bitch
Cesc and his beard
2 hot bitches
Will he play or won't he play? Will he ever tan?
Cesc proving that he has the skills to play. PUT HIM IN!!!!
Everyone wearing pants :(
Pique's battle scars
wish he was discussing his skin care routine instead
Images from Daylife.