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    Carlos Queiroz @ Colombia National Team



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    It isn't a rumor anymore, it is now official. I think we owe our most successful coach to follow his progress and wish him the best of luck.

    3 year contract until WC 2022 worth $3.5M base salary/year (His contract with Iran was $1.9M) -- [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    I, for one, now have a team in Copa America to cheer for.


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    CQ + Columbia all the way in Copa America! Good luck Carlos!

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    CQ said his aim would be to “look after the proud history and the reputation Colombia has today in the world”.

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    Good for him, hopefully Colombian football federation isn’t as incompetent as IFF. He doesn’t have to worry about an underpaid coaching staff or lack of friendlies. Wishing Colombia a good Copa run

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    This is not the international football forum.



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    Congrats to them.
    I am curious to see what style he plays with Columbia.

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    This is not the international football forum.
    Yes, but give us a bit of time to part with CQ. He will be Iranian forever, and he has even said that his second home is Iran.

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    CQ video/press briefing at official presentation

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    I like his portuguese accent when speaking Spanish

    Haha his knowing smile when the reporter asked him "Are we going to win the copa america, it's been many years" etc.... She was really impatient!

    He gave the same answer he gave iranian reporters.

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    The reporters all call him "Professor" when asking questions. Is this a Colombian thing?

    Anyway one asked him what style of football he is going to play and he basically said whichever one brings us the highest chance of wins - whether rock and roll football, samba football or whatever.

    Also he emphasised the importance of having appreciation for the culture of a country and having someone with you as the interface (ie the markar aghajanian figure)

    I need to go to salsa class otherwise i would watch more of this

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