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Vicente del Bosque's youth project

Spain coach Vicente del Bosque is not just focusing on 2014 World Cup, he's got his eye on team's long term future too.

Last Modified: 24 Jul 2013 17:11
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Spain have one of the most enviable football youth programmes in the world.

And that's why both their national and under-21 teams are champions.

National manager Vicente del Bosque is one of the men working hard to ensure Spain's domination continues for decades to come.

Matt Rumsey reports from Estapona, Spain.

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