Carlos Queiroz nominated for World Best National Team coach

(IranSportsPress.com-FinancialTribune)- Iran’s national football team head coach Carlos Queiroz is among the candidates for the  World’s Best National Coach award presented by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS). Starting on November 15, the IFFHS will present awards to best male and female figures in the realm of football, Mehr News Agency reported. The

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Querioz announces 24 men squad for Iran’s last two World Cup qualifiers matches

(IranSportsPress.com-TehranTimes)- Iranian-Swedish midfielder Saman Ghoddos has been invited to Iran national football team. Ghoddos is one of the 24 players called up by head coach Carlos Queiroz for Iran’s last two matches in the final Asian qualifying round for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Team Melli will play South Korea in Seoul next Thursday and

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Game Not Over Yet: Carlos Queiroz

(IranSportsPress.com-Tasnim)- Iranian national football team’s coach Carlos Queiroz posted a message on Facebook, saying their game is not over yet. Iran will host Uzbekistan on June 12 in Tehran’s Azadi Stadium. Team Melli leads Group A with 17 points from seven games to date, followed by South Korea and Uzbekistan with 13 and 12 points

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Carlos Queiroz: The Man For A Nation

(IranSportsPress.com-thesefootballtimes.co)- The name Carlos Queiroz provokes disparate sentiments in the minds of supporters of the clubs and countries which he has coached or managed throughout the years. Portuguese fans, in general, view him with disdain for inconsistent performances and intimidating behaviour – particularly against an anti-doping team. Real Madrid fans consider his short stint at the

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