Reports coming out of Iran reveal that Carlos Queiroz has resigned as head coach of the Iran national team.
According to Tehran Times, the former Manchester United assistant coach handed in his resignation on Saturday.
One member of the board of directors at the Iran Football Federation, Amir Abedini told the Iran publication that Queiroz was not pleased about being criticised for holding a training camp in Dubai by Persepolis coach Branko Ivankovic.
Queiroz then suspended seven Persepolis players from the camp, following Ivankovic’s criticism.
The Siya crew reported that the 63-year-old was in South Africa last month, although it remains to be seen if SAFA had made contact with the Portuguese coach.
However, Tehran Times report that Quieroz has resigned on several occasions, but the Federation has rejected his intentions to quit.