After heavy defeats in World Cup qualifiers – Colombia part ways with Queirozcolombia cup
After consecutive defeats in the qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Colombia’s national team coach Carlos Queiroz has resigned. It was agreed not to continue the cooperation, the Colombian Football Association announced on Tuesday evening. The Portuguese had managed the side for almost two years.
Staff C. Queiroz Age: 69 Colombia All seasons –
All competitions Games 18 Won 9 Draw 4 Lost 5
Colombia lost 3-0 at home to Uruguay on November 13 and were beaten 6-1 away at Ecuador four days later, their heaviest qualifying loss since 1977. In the next qualifiers in March next year, they will play Brazil and Paraguay. Former Real Madrid head coach Queiroz has worked as Sir Alex Ferguson’s assistant at Manchester Unitedfor almost 300 matches (click here for all of Queiroz’s clubs).
Comunicado FCF: Carlos Queiroz
— Selección Colombia (@FCFSeleccionCol) December 2, 2020
After heavy defeats in World Cup qualifiers – Colombia part ways with Queiroz