The Colombian Football Association (FCF) has announced that Carlos Queiroz is no longer a manager, after the latest results were heavy defeats against Uruguay (0-3) and Ecuador (1-6) in the qualification for the World-2022, in the center of November.
According to the FCF, the decision was made by mutual agreement, thanking the two-year work in the Portuguese coach, whose departure was already scheduled after the result with the Ecuadorians. References immediately surfaced that he was negotiating the resolution after the resort also suffered from an alleged argument between James Rodríguez and Jefferson Lerma.
«The FCF and the technical director Carlos Queiroz agreed that the coach would not continue to lead the team. For FCF it was a pride to have him for almost two years, in which he showed us all his work capacity, knowledge and experience that he had already brought. The contribution you leave us will be used to continue the development of the projects that are being carried out with all the teams in our country ”, reads a note from the organization.
Queiroz, 67, had taken office in February 2019, his successor not being announced.