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Spain coach Vicente del Bosque said he was stepping down from the job just three days after the defending champions were knocked out of Euro 2016 by Italy at the finals in France.Del Bosque, 65, led Spain to their first World Cup title in 2010 and followed that success by clinching Spain's second successive European Championship two years' later.Del Bosque, who won two Champions League crowns and two La Liga titles in a four-year spell in charge of Real Madrid from 1999, was persuaded to stay on as Spain boss and led them into Euro 2016 where they reached the last 16 .
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