LAST MINUTE: The Lucescu era is over in the National Team

LAST MINUTE: The Lucescu era is over in the National Team

February 11, 2019 0 By admin

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Senol Sun after allegations that the head of the National Team Turkey Football Federation (TFF) parted ways with Mircea Lucescu.

In the statement made by the Federation, the following statements were given:

"Turkey Football Federation Board of Directors of the National Team coach Mircea Lucescu made clear in his meeting today with the Romanian technical man then reached an agreement with him on the mutual termination of the contract.

As Turkey Football Federation, Turkey and work that it has done for football and the national team in the future of the Number for the sensitivity shown in young players in order to create the team would like to thank Mircea Lucescu to wish them success in future career.

Romanian coach made a statement after the meeting, said: "To renew the national team squad to Turkey and I believe rejuvenate we completed our work the way we have come to the destination. In the process we have arrived, upcoming 2020 European Championship before Screening to pave the way for the TFF management and new coach We have agreed by mutual agreement. "

Turkey Football Federation president Yildirim Demirören and board members that they support and believing in me during my tenure, I also thank my team because they helped me in my work. Turkey will always have a special place in my heart. "


Lucescu, who had 17 games at the start of the National Team, won 4 victories, 6 draws and 7 defeats.


After the separation of roads with Lucescu, the national team starts Senol Gunes. The sun will be at the beginning of the march of the moon-stars. The first match of the second period in the moon-stars of the 2020 European Football Championship H Group will be played in the Albania match.

A Nationalists, Albania away on 22 March After the struggle, 25 March in EskisehirThe second game of the group Moldova will do with.

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