Portuguese coach Jose Peseiro introduced his resignation as technical director of the Venezuela soccer staff, after spending 14 months with out receiving his wage.
This was introduced by the president of the Venezuelan Soccer Federation (FVF), Jorge Giménez, who regretted the choice made on the eve of taking part in three consecutive knockout matches heading to the World Cup in Qatar 2022.
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“Yesterday we received a letter from the technical director terminating his contract; We talked to him at night, we made him understand and explain that it is quite difficult for us to accept it, although we understand it, because we have a triple FIFA date in 15-17 days to assume ”, defined the supervisor at a press convention.
Earlier than saying his choice, the president introduced that Peseiro requested the FVF a time period to ponder his choice, which got here “not a lot due to him, however due to his teaching workers.”
– Jose Peseiro (@JosePeseiro) August 20, 2021
The debt comes from the earlier administrators of the FVF, that they’d agreed to deposit the coach’s wage in euros, which remained deactivated attributable to bureaucratic points.
Peseiro assumed his place as coach in February 2020, changing Rafael Dudamel. His mark on the head of the ‘vinotinto’ staff was one victory, three attracts and 6 defeats.