Carlos Queiroz has been confirmed as the new head coach of the national football team of Qatar by the QFA (Qatar Football Association) on Monday.
After Qatar's dismal show in the 2022 World Cup, which saw them crash out of the group stages without a point, the contract of Felix Sanchez Baz was not renewed by mutual consent. According to the Portuguese magazine, DN, several candidates, including former Portugal manager Fernando Santos, were in consideration for the job but Queiroz emerged as the best option.
The 69-year-old has vast experience working in Asia as he had been the manager of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Iran. In fact, during his first stint with Team Melli, he went on to manage 100 matches winning 60 of them. He returned for a second stint before the 2022 World Cup and beat Wales 2-0 in the group stage but lost to England and Iran.
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