Egypt manager Carlos Queiroz has sent a farewell message to the fans following the Pharaohs’ failure to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar according to Kingfut.com.
Egypt’s dreams of reaching the World Cup in Qatar were shattered following a penalty shootout defeat to Senegal that saw Mohamed Salah, Ahmed Sayed Zizo, and Mostafa Mohamed all miss from the spot.
After failing to reach the World Cup, Queiroz finds his contract as Egypt’s manager terminated as per a clause in his contract with the EFA that states so.
Whether the Portuguese will continue at the helm of the Pharaohs in the future is yet to be seen, but he made sure to send a heartfelt message to the fans following the sorrowful defeat.
“Dream is over. We try our best but today was not enough,” Queiroz posted on his Twitter account.
“From the bottom of my heart my gratitude to Egypt Federation for this honor 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.
“Without you, nothing could be possible for me in my life. I am very much proud of you Lads. My best wishes and enormous gratitude to all Egyptian fans. To the future
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