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Del Bosque Says Changes in Store for Spain After Loss

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Coach Vicente del Bosque says changes are in store for Spain -- and maybe himself -- after the team's early World Cup exit. Spain became the first defending champions to lose its first two group games after Wednesday's 2-0 defeat to Chile.
 
Del Bosque says the loss would bring "consequences," but said changes shouldn't be made in haste.

The veteran Spanish coach says "we need to look at what's best for Spanish football, including myself."
 
The 63-year-old former Real Madrid coach is signed to guide Spain to the 2106 European Championship, where it will look to win the continental title for a third straight time.
 
Del Bosque is Spain's most successful coach, having guided the country to its maiden World Cup win in 2010 before defending the European crown two years later.  (AP)

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