Spanish national team manager Vicente del Bosque is widely expected to step down from his role at the end of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
However, he has stated that he has yet not decided about his decision to step down. The former Real Madrid manager has been responsible for overseeing one of the most successful periods in world football for the Spanish national team. It has been era of domination from the Spaniards, but there has been wide remarks that del Bosque will step down from his post in order to give other managers an opportunity after the 2014 World Cup.
Former Brazil international Ronaldo has said that nobody is guaranteed a place in the squad for the finals of the FIFA World Cup 2014, which will take place in Brazil. There is a lot of expectation from Brazil due to the fact that this competition will be at home.
The World Cup will also be returning to South America after a long time. Due to the huge number of footballers, Brazil is one of the toughest countries to represent of the national team level. It becomes even tough when it becomes the most prestigious football tournament in the world.
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