Queiroz announces management team for Colombia (+ interview)

+ Reply to Thread
Results 1 to 7 of 7

Thread: Queiroz announces management team for Colombia (+ interview)

  1. #1
    PFDC Hall of Famer
    ReputationReputation
    ReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputation
    Paradigm's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2004
    Location
    San Diego, CA
    Posts
    7,604
    Thanks
    355
    Thanked 1,520 Times in 912 Posts
    Rep Power
    42949741

    Queiroz announces management team for Colombia (+ interview)

    Refreshing to see how the Colombian media publicly announce their national team developments. I often felt like there was not enough transparency during CQ's tenure with Iran.

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

  2. The Following 4 Users Say Thank You to Paradigm For This Useful Post:


  3. #2
    V.I.P.
    ReputationReputation
    ReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputation
    BacheLot's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2005
    Location
    Midwest, USA
    Posts
    33,640
    Thanks
    55,515
    Thanked 14,501 Times in 7,271 Posts
    Rep Power
    42949739
    Fking got over a dozen assisting crew
    Nearly all well experienced pros in their field of expertise

    Compare that with IFF clowns
    Then u wonder how our football always remains a decade behind ..!
    & this from a country with a tenth of our national wealth

  4. The Following 7 Users Say Thank You to BacheLot For This Useful Post:


  5. #3
    PFDC Hall of Famer
    ReputationReputation
    ReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputation
    Paradigm's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2004
    Location
    San Diego, CA
    Posts
    7,604
    Thanks
    355
    Thanked 1,520 Times in 912 Posts
    Rep Power
    42949741
    Soccer is like religion in Latin America. Here in the US, the MLS started in March but I have a tough time finding the games on 6 or 7 exclusive sports channels I have on TV. They are more likely to broadcast Poker, NASCAR or Golf when not showing the top 4 major league sports. Bottom line is, we should not be surprised at the availability of decent coaching staff in Colombia. The question that befuddles me is, why don't they hire someone from their own country at the helm? Maybe a cultural/social factor is involved, for instance their federation looking up to European trainers.

  6. #4
    PFDC Hall of Famer
    ReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputation
    khabalood's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2004
    Location
    Parts Unknown
    Posts
    6,141
    Thanks
    65
    Thanked 48 Times in 27 Posts
    Rep Power
    1253681
    Sadly, the Colombians couldn't adapt to his defensive system, and it showed in the results. Word is he is moving onto coach South Africa now. [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

  7. The Following 2 Users Say Thank You to khabalood For This Useful Post:


  8. #5
    PFDC Top Member
    Reputation
    ReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputation
    Keshwardoost's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    Posts
    3,419
    Thanks
    2,213
    Thanked 1,320 Times in 651 Posts
    Rep Power
    22929767
    IFF should just fire Skokic, or convince him to be assistant coach and pay what we owe him and take CQ back while hes without a job.
    Not that Skocic has done a terrible job, but CQ is CQ, send him our best Peykan, chelokabab and some flowers and do whatever it takes to get him to come back!
    Tell Taremi, Nekounam and everybody else to call him and talk him over
    It Wont happen but would be awsome if it did.

    # I believe that the Colombians saw their chance to get a high quality coach when they signed him. In the international stage, those coaches usually are sitting on long term contracts but this time one was free. But it also shows that as for players, its the same for coaches. One just sometimes doesnt match the team, no matter how good the team is or the player is, sometimes its not a match. Its the same in relations, work and football. So thats a reason to not compleatly bash a player/coach (expept probably Wilmotz) or a person after a failure or two..

    Im sure CQ will make great things happen soon, and so will Colombia.
    Hope to se CQ back in Iran before he gets to old to have the energy for the IFF hustle,
    .....

    .....
    Supporting Team Melli

  9. #6
    V.I.P.
    ReputationReputation
    ReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputation
    Nokhodi's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2004
    Posts
    23,674
    Thanks
    21,688
    Thanked 24,116 Times in 8,744 Posts
    Rep Power
    42949741
    He didn't get the job for some reason.

  10. The Following User Says Thank You to Nokhodi For This Useful Post:


  11. #7
    PFDC Hall of Famer
    ReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputationReputation
    khabalood's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2004
    Location
    Parts Unknown
    Posts
    6,141
    Thanks
    65
    Thanked 48 Times in 27 Posts
    Rep Power
    1253681
    Per Carlos' personal instagram account, he is the new Egyptian national team head coach.
    The REAL. The LEGEND. Since 2001.

+ Reply to Thread

Members who have read this thread : 100

You do not have permission to view the list of names.

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
[Output: 73.28 Kb. compressed to 66.05 Kb. by saving 7.23 Kb. (9.87%)]