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2022 WCQ Playoffs: Queiroz Resigns As Egypt Coach

2022 WCQ Playoffs: Queiroz Resigns As Egypt Coach

Carlos Queiroz has tendered his resignation as coach of the Egyptian national team after their failure to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup slated for Qatar.



The Pharaohs lost 3-1 on penalties to Senegal on Tuesday in the second leg of their playoff.

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The match had ended 1-0 after 120 minutes and 1-1 on aggregate, coming just over three weeks after the North Africans were defeated by Senegal on penalties in the final of the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.



It would have been Egypt’s fourth appearance at the World Cup.

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Failure to qualify has ended Queiroz’s time in charge of the team.

 


He tweeted: “Dream is Over. From the bottom of my heart, my gratitude to Egypt Federation for this honour of coaching the National Team.



“To all my players and my staff, my recognition and humble thank you so much. You will be always in my heart.



“It was my privilege to work and be helped by such dedicated and capable professionals and wonderful friends.”

 

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COMMENTS

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  • KangA 3 months ago

    When will Egu, Pinnick, and the consortium of 9 pretenders hand in their resignations? And the entire NFF board, also. Let’s insist they all go.

     
  • Poor man it wasn’t your fault. You did your best as penalty can go either way. This is what they call luck. If our own had been like this we wouldn’t blame anybody. If Nigeria is a serious country this is the best man or that Hector Cupper would have been ok for our team to start again but Mr queen English will say local content again

     
  • This is a man with integrity & sincerity.

    He failed twice to a particular opponent, comes out boldly and affirm his undoing, resigns from the post for another person to carry the team forward.

    Our ex CRICKETERS can never swallow their pride and make this bold step. They’ll instead request for 2years to sit and squander everything.

    Rohr didn’t use any match to test the players. All he did was to beat Tanzania 1nil in Uyo.
    Travel to ZAMBIA and got a very good result, stay home and humbled the then African no.1 team in ALGERIA 3-1,,, before hammering afcon defending Champions Cameroon 4 nil.

    He lost to south Africa in afcon qualifies first game but still qualify with a game to spare from that same group.

    They say we should give them at least 2 good years before they start qualifying for major tournament.
    Buahahahahahahahahaha

    Who get that kind patient????

    Sitting at home to watch WC & AFCON.
    NEVER… THEY HAVE TO LEAVE THAT POST FOR ANOTHER FRESH MINDS.

    UP TILL NOW THEY CAN’T COME OUT TO APOLOGIZE TO THE ENTIRE FANS.

    SO THEY NOW FEEL THEY CAN DO ANYTHING AND GO WITHOUT ANYONE CONFRONTING THEM.

    WITH THIS SET OF INCOMPETENT STEWARDS IN GLASS HOUSE, WE’LL DEFINITELY MISS 2023 AFCON IN IVORY COAST.

     
  • I should know a good coach when I see one. My verdict is that there’s no Nigerian coach that’s fit enough to coach a National team. No matter how small the country is. It’s only Stephen keshi that can be employed as an assistant to a European coach. No coach is fit for even that position except keshi.
    The match I saw yesterday was that the coaches didn’t tell the players any thing. Use your experience as the occasion arise. The Ghanaians have a coach and I heard he’s a ex from England club. You see? If a Nigerian coach resign he will be a fool. That’s our way of doing things and that’s the way of doing things that way- Oyibo way. Don’t waste your time requesting for a resignation.

     
  • Obinna Anyaoha 3 months ago

    Let’s see what that conscienceless amaju pininick and his bunch of corrupt cohorts will do

     
  • Footballfanatic 3 months ago

    If NFF get Sense they will hire this man right away if he is interested in the job and start a rebuilding process if they are serious…..This is one of the few tactically astute coaches who understands African football and is still relatively cheap..If he could do what he did with an average Egyptian team. Think of what he could do with our average players too.

     

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