FIFA 2022: Managers who quit after World Cup elimination

At the moment the total number of managers who will not continue with their national teams is two

Gerardo Martino was the first official coaching casualty of 2022 as Mexico were eliminated in the first round of the tournament after three lackluster performances

Martino officially resigned after the third match confirming he would not continue after an abysmal round that ended 1-1-1 for Mexico

Martino was the sixth highest paid manager at the World Cup.

Roberto Martínez of Belgium also announced he would not continue as The Red Devils boss after their disappointing group stage where they finished with a 1-1-1 record.

Other managers in trouble are Félix Sánchez (Qatar), Carlos Queiroz (Iran), Rob Page (Wales), and Kasper Hjulmand (Denmark) who all had disappointing tournaments.

Ecuador’s Gustavo Alfaro is out of contract and talks will begin to see if he will continue. John Herdman of Canada is also in talks to stay on the Maple Leafs coach.

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