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    Colombia will go to the final playing more defensively than ever before. The question is if it’s a good thing. Never enjoyed having 11 players in defense and no one upfront for counter.

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    Leave this thread here please...his departure was quite abrupt to say the least.

    It's really binamak that there was no official gbye party for him...come on...and we consider ourselves number 1 in mehmun navazi.

    Even a small garden party with TM, chayi shirini would have been better than nothing.

    Strange.
    Keep calm and believe in Fairies and Footballers Roxanaz

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    BEST of luck to him and Colombia , always, as long as they are not playing Iran.

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    Queiroz was earing 30 percent less managing Iran and his "critics" were decrying his "extravagant" salary. He could have earned that much coaching a university team. That's in addition to occasionally spending his own money to cover expenses that were not his responsibility. It just shows that money was never his priority. Ironically, Iran could have probably extended his contract for the same salary--of course his was worth more--but they thought they had better options. let's see how they can fill the void now.

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    I hope he negociated a friendly with Iran before signing his contract.

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    In many Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America they address the coach as "professor."

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    Indeed, as someone else mentioned; look at the reception, the settings, the broadcast.

    He aged in Iran - he stayed for the love of Iranians as people but certainly not our corrupt federation or leaders.

    We love CQ and will follow him wherever. Meaning, we won't bash him if Iran finds success under another coach, or Colombia doesn't become an overnight success story per se.

    It means, we Iroonis love you unconditionally!

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    Quote Originally Posted by orbicular View Post
    Queiroz was earing 30 percent less managing Iran and his "critics" were decrying his "extravagant" salary. He could have earned that much coaching a university team. That's in addition to occasionally spending his own money to cover expenses that were not his responsibility. It just shows that money was never his priority. Ironically, Iran could have probably extended his contract for the same salary--of course his was worth more--but they thought they had better options. let's see how they can fill the void now.
    Yes, a man who liked the challenge, had the strength and intelligence to weather it...
    ...a man for all seasons, a football mercenary interested in the mission more than the money.

    Who will fill his shoes?
    Keep calm and believe in Fairies and Footballers Roxanaz

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    Quote Originally Posted by orbicular View Post
    Queiroz was earing 30 percent less managing Iran and his "critics" were decrying his "extravagant" salary. He could have earned that much coaching a university team. That's in addition to occasionally spending his own money to cover expenses that were not his responsibility. It just shows that money was never his priority. Ironically, Iran could have probably extended his contract for the same salary--of course his was worth more--but they thought they had better options. let's see how they can fill the void now.
    And to think that he would've preferred to extend with Iran instead (from what I understood).

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    Remember him well guys, because we will be telling our grandkids about him and how much he did for Iranian football.

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