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The suggestion that Spain need to change their playing style is already meeting resistance even though another disappointing performance at a major football tournament suggests that tiki-taka has run its course.In Spain, however, where many are proud of having such a distinctive style of play, there are plenty of voices calling for the team to continue trying to pass the ball all the way into the goal.Spain coach Vicente del Bosque started the same players in their four games in France and the average age was 28, with Andres Iniesta the oldest at 32 and Alvaro Morata the youngest at 23 .Del Bosque took over after Euro 2008 and has won a World Cup and European Championship in his eight years at the helm, though he also watched his team make an early exit from the 2014 World Cup.
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