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Fire fighting! Croatia coach takes over Irans third place in the world preliminary team

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 Fire fighting! Croatia coach takes over Irans third place in the world preliminary team


In December, wilmotz, then head of Irans national team, announced his resignation after saying that the Iranian Football Association had breached its contract. At that time, there was a conflict between wilmotz and the Iranian Football Association. Wilmotz was unwilling to stay in Iran to watch the league and returned to Belgium immediately after losing to Iraq, which caused the dissatisfaction of the Iranian Football Association. Next, despite media reports that the two sides reached a friendly agreement, wilmotz denied it and announced on personal social media that he would resign as national team manager.

Born in 1968, Dragan scotic is a Croatian coach. He played in the leagues of Croatia, Spain and the United Arab Emirates and worked as a football coach after retirement. In 2005, scotic became the manager of the Croatian club rieka, who won the 2005-06 Croatian cup. In recent years, he has been coaching in Iran. Now, he is the manager of naft club in Iran and is very familiar with Iranian football. Iran is in the third place in the Asian group C of the current world preliminaries with a score of 2-2, before losing to Bahrain and Iraq in two consecutive away games. Scotch has never been in charge of a national team. In addition, he is also in charge of middle and lower level teams in Iran. At present, Iran is 5 points behind Iraq and 3 points less than Bahrain with one game less, and the pressure of scoccic is not small. Source: Netease sports Author: Qiao Mai editor in charge: Xu Song, ns1943

Born in 1968, Dragan scotic is a Croatian coach. He played in the leagues of Croatia, Spain and the United Arab Emirates and worked as a football coach after retirement. In 2005, scotic became the manager of the Croatian club rieka, who won the 2005-06 Croatian cup. In recent years, he has been coaching in Iran. Now, he is the manager of naft club in Iran and is very familiar with Iranian football.

Iran is in the third place in the Asian group C of the current world preliminaries with a score of 2-2, before losing to Bahrain and Iraq in two consecutive away games.

Scotch has never been in charge of a national team. In addition, he is also in charge of middle and lower level teams in Iran. At present, Iran is 5 points behind Iraq and 3 points less than Bahrain with one game less, and the pressure of scoccic is not small.