Andrés Iniesta has turned 36 this Monday. The entire footballing world has wished the footballer a happy birthday and the Spanish FA have done the same. They have mentioned the goal in the 2010 World Cup final v Holland.
Robert Moreno, the current Monaco coach, was the protagonist again on 'The Coaches Voice', where he spoke about his time at Barca and the Spanish national team. "If you coach Spain, you can coach any club," he said.
The Spain coach, Luis Enrique, spoke to fans on the internet. Of course the coronavirus situation was the main topic of conversation. The coach was very grateful to the health workers and all other public sector workers who are out there helping to fight the disease.
The Spain captain Sergio Ramos issued a message of "excitement" this Monday despite the fact the team will not be able to meet at the Spanish FA headquarters. Their training camp has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Luis de la Fuente, the manager who will be in charge of Spain at the Olympics, has included all the players eligible for the Tokyo Olympic games in the summer on his prelist. Gerrard Piqué, who already announced his retirement from the national team, is also included.
Iker Casillas has announced he will stand to become the next president of the Spanish FA. The Real Madrid and Spain legend and still Porto keeper says he is not retiring. However, the fact he is 39 means he is basically doing just that. His career has seen him win multiple domestic, European and global trophies as well as setting several records.
Isco seems to have found the path towards his best version. Real Madrid are smiling at seeing him on the park, they know what he is capable of. In Isco's mind, a target: helping Los Blancos win trophies and making Euro 2020.