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EFE | 04/07/2012
Spain's ex-coach Luis Aragonés said today that whilst it's difficult to call Spain the best in history, they are "one of the greatest teams", following the completion of a back-to-back international triple with two European Championships and one World Cup.
"It's very difficult to say that Spain are the best in history; but yes they're one of the greatest teams, and for many reasons. Above all, for their idea of football and the way they play and dominate the game" said Aragonés to the Mexican paper 'Excélsior'.
A champion with Spain at Euro 2008, Aragonés pointed out that the country's football team today has players with an "extraordinary precision in passing, great speed, and goals; those are things that make a great."
The 'Wisdom of Hortaleza' noted that, although the styles "have similarities", Spain are different to the legendary Brazil team because the Brazilians had more individual skill, though not so much precision.
In 'Excélsior's' telephone interview, Aragonés refuted the idea that this Spain team are dependent on Barcelona's game, as Pep Guardiola said a few weeks ago. "Spain's style doesn't come from Barcelona; it's a question of the players. Four years ago, only three players came from Barcelona. Now there are a few more and we all know them, but the style comes from the quality of the footballers and that quality brings a togetherness and a dominance of possession difficult to contain", explained Aragonés.