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    Quote Originally Posted by O-ZoNe View Post
    Maybe it's just all subjective? The record and history books for CQ time with TM are not impressive. After all we play football to win right? Win championships is the goal of every sports team at every level of the game...
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    Depends by what merits we look at it.
    One can argue we went to two successive world cups with CQ, whereas we failed many times in the past to qualify with other coaches who had better "win statistics".
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    Queiroz leaves Colombia post after slow start to World Cup qualifying



    Carlos Queiroz has left his post as Colombia head coach after almost two years at the helm.

    Queiroz's departure was announced by the Colombian Football Federation (FCF) on Tuesday after the nation's slow start to 2022 World Cup qualifying.

    Colombia, who have featured at the past two World Cups, have won just one of their opening four qualifiers, collecting four points to sit seventh.

    "The Colombian Football Federation and the technical director Carlos Queiroz agreed the coach would not continue as head of the Colombian Men's National Team," a statement read.

    Former Real Madrid, Portugal and Iran boss Queiroz took over in Colombia in February 2019.

    He oversaw 18 games at the helm, winning nine, drawing five and losing four.

    But Colombia lost 3-0 to Uruguay and were thrashed 6-1 in Ecuador in qualifying last month, leading to his exit.

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    Morrabbigari dar Amrikaaye Latin kheili sakhtar ast ta dar Asia: feshaare natijegiri az federation bishtare, entezarhaaye tarafdarhaa ham hamintor.

    Agar Iran yek jam'eye varzeshie ba-barnaame va nazm va ehteraam bood, migoftam shanse bargashtane CQ vojood dare,

    amma zire in mollahaa dige Carlos bar nemigarde.
    DROOD BAR AHMAD KASRAVI.

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    From min 16 and on its good stuff on iran and CQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adesor Vafaseya View Post
    Depends by what merits we look at it.
    One can argue we went to two successive world cups with CQ, whereas we failed many times in the past to qualify with other coaches who had better "win statistics".
    My point exactly. We could also argue CQ was given the rare opportunity to lead our nation for 8 years and thus had a chance to go to back to back WC.

    The irony here is CQ has failed everywhere yet in Iran we have found a silver lining...perhaps we want so desperately to believe these 8 years were a success. To me the bar for our NT has to be more than first round exits in modern WCs. Branko did it, Talebi did it...CQ did it twice.

    And I know my opinion is an unpopular one and that is ok too...maybe I am missing what you all feel so passionately about. Im only looking at the footballing aspects of the coach and his reign over TM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by O-ZoNe View Post
    My point exactly. We could also argue CQ was given the rare opportunity to lead our nation for 8 years and thus had a chance to go to back to back WC.

    The irony here is CQ has failed everywhere yet in Iran we have found a silver lining...perhaps we want so desperately to believe these 8 years were a success. To me the bar for our NT has to be more than first round exits in modern WCs. Branko did it, Talebi did it...CQ did it twice.

    And I know my opinion is an unpopular one and that is ok too...maybe I am missing what you all feel so passionately about. Im only looking at the footballing aspects of the coach and his reign over TM.

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    Haji, I'm not CQ's biggest fan (I have issues with his some of his player selections, and also his short tempered antics on the sideline which set a bad example for our players) but you can not compare our WC performances under CQ to 06 or 98.

    We were one Taremi header or Taremi shot with the left foot from qualifying to the knockout round of the WC with group consisting of Spain, Portugal, the best team in Africa.

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    I hope Carlos Queiroz returns to Iranian national team. We must not forget what he has achieved with Iran for 8 years. The best football, culminating in the 2018 World Cup!

    If he now takes over from the Croat, will make it to the 2022 World Cup.

    They should have kept Carlos Queiroz after the Asia Cup 2019 and never let go.

    I thought with what we saw during the 2018 World Cup, a 3rd World Cup with Carlos Queiroz, will have caused even greater surprise and Qatar is just like our home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by O-ZoNe View Post
    My point exactly. We could also argue CQ was given the rare opportunity to lead our nation for 8 years and thus had a chance to go to back to back WC.

    The irony here is CQ has failed everywhere yet in Iran we have found a silver lining...perhaps we want so desperately to believe these 8 years were a success. To me the bar for our NT has to be more than first round exits in modern WCs. Branko did it, Talebi did it...CQ did it twice.

    And I know my opinion is an unpopular one and that is ok too...maybe I am missing what you all feel so passionately about. Im only looking at the footballing aspects of the coach and his reign over TM.

    I think saying everywhere except Iran is a bit too harsh.
    (He won twice FIFA Youth World Championship 1989 and 1991. UEFA European under 16 championship in 1989.)


    But about Iran when you say, he had 8 years, therefore could bring us to two WCs back to back. If it is under the assumption that other coaches, who coached us in the past could do the same, then you have a valid argument, but I am not sure myself, that others we had in the past could do that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adesor Vafaseya View Post
    I think saying everywhere except Iran is a bit too harsh.
    (He won twice FIFA Youth World Championship 1989 and 1991. UEFA European under 16 championship in 1989.)


    But about Iran when you say, he had 8 years, therefore could bring us to two WCs back to back. If it is under the assumption that other coaches, who coached us in the past could do the same, then you have a valid argument, but I am not sure myself, that others we had in the past could do that.
    I think he had 8 years because he earned a second term after his first. Others didn't and were sacked or a new contract was not offered upon completion of their existing one.
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    no chance hes coming back unfortunately

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