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Spain's Manager Resigns Few Days After Losing to Morocco in The World Cup Knockout Stage

With the Worldcup now in the quarterfinals, teams are expected to step up their prematch preparations if they intend to progress into the next stage. Some of top national teams have already been knocked out of the tournament.

These include the likes of Spain, Belgium and Germany. Those in quarterfinals include Brazil, Argentina, Portugal, England, France among others. Another peculiar occurrences recently observed in this worldcup is the high rate of managers resigning.

Belgium's, Mexico's and now Spain's managers have already left their positions from their respective national teams. Spanish national team's manager, Luis Enrique has been the latest to leave his job. According to reports, following meetings that took place, both parties have decided to part ways.

Enrique is reportedly set to return to club football with top clubs expected to consider appointing him. Enrique leaves the Spain's national team few days after Spain got knocked out of the Worldcup tournament by Morocco in the penalty shootouts.

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