Managers who left their post after FIFA World Cup eliminations

December 10, 2022

Sports Tak Staff

The FIFA World Cup has seen many upsetting results, and this has led to managers being sacked by their respective countries.

Here, we take a look at a complete list of the managers who have be relieved of their post after World Cup disappointment.

Following Brazil's Quarterfinal exit at the hands of Croatia, Tite ended his time with Brazil, having won the Copa America in 2019.

Luis Enrique
A lot was expected from Enrique, but an uneventful tenure as Spain coach ended with their exit in the Round of 16 after losing on penalties against Morocco.

Gerardo 'Tata' Martino
Mexico coach Tata Martino accepted full responsibility for their World Cup group stage exit and removed himself from the post.

Paulo Bento
Paulo Bento stepped down as South Korea coach after they suffered a 4-1 defeat to Brazil in their round of 16 clash.

Otto Addo 
Appointed after Ghana’s exit from the Africa Cup of Nations, Addo led his team to the World Cup but failed to move above their group.

Roberto Martinez 
Roberto Martinez took the Red Devils to the semis in 2018, the quarters of Euro 2020 and the top of the world rankings, but a disastrous WC ended his tenure.

Louis Van Gaal
Having announced his departure after the end of the Netherlands' World Cup campaign, Van Gaal wrapped up his second coming with a penalty loss to Argentina.

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