By DAN KARELL
With Spain holding one of the best national team set-ups in the world, the Canadian Soccer Association has turned to one of Spain’s finest to help rebuild the foundation back home.
Former Real Madrid manager Benito Floro has been announced as the next head coach of the Canada Men’s National Soccer Team, taking over the reigns after Stephen Hart’s disastrous time in charge left Canada out of the Hexagonal round for World Cup 2014.
The 61-year-old Floro is set to start his job on August 1, but will keep a watchful eye on the Canadian squad’s results at the Gold Cup this summer, with Colin Miller taking charge of the team in the tournament.
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