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28 March 2019
Silva refuses to criticise Colombia boss Queiroz as Mina returns injured
Marco Silva refused to criticise Colombia manager Carlos Queiroz after defender Yerry Mina sustained a “serious” hamstring injury while playing for his national team against Everton’s advice.
8 February 2019
James needs to be playing regularly, says new Colombia boss Queiroz
New Colombia coach Carlos Queiroz hopes to see James Rodriguez playing regularly for Bayern Munich.
28 January 2019
Queiroz ends eight-year Iran spell after Asian Cup semi-final loss
After seeing his side beaten 3-0 by Japan in Monday's Asian Cup semi-final, Iran coach Carlos Queiroz announced his departure.
27 January 2019
Iran v Japan: Queiroz dismisses 'favourites' tag
Iran and Japan welcome key players back from suspension as they prepare to face off in the Asian Cup semi-final on Monday.
23 January 2019
China v Iran: Queiroz wants to exorcise 2015 quarter-final
Iran have the chance for quarter-final redemption when they face China in the 2019 Asian Cup last eight.
20 January 2019
Iran 2 Oman 0: Jahanbakhsh and Dejagah secure last-eight spot
Alireza Jahanbakhsh and Ashkan Dejagah were decisive as Iran eased into the last eight of the Asian Cup, beating Oman 2-0.
7 January 2019
Iran 5 Yemen 0: Taremi at the double as Queiroz's men make statement
Iran looked every inch the highest-ranked team at the Asian Cup as they swatted aside Yemen 5-0, with Mehdi Taremi scoring twice.
6 January 2019
Iran v Yemen: Queiroz wary of 'favourites' tag after World Cup shocks
Carlos Queiroz's Iran are favourites for the 2019 Asian Cup, but he insists that does not count for much these days.
18 December 2018
Mourinho sacked: Blanc, Solskjaer - the men who could steady the United ship short-term
Jose Mourinho's departure from Manchester United has left a club in crisis. A new man will come in at season's end, but who takes over now?
29 October 2018
Real Madrid sack Lopetegui: The Santiago Bernabeu's worst coaches since 2000
Real Madrid may be one of the biggest clubs in world football, but Julen Lopetegui is just the latest in a long line of poor coaches.