Carlos Queiroz

Carlos Queiroz

Carlos Queiroz

  • Current club: Colombia national football team
  • Date of Birth: 1 March 1953
  • Birthplace: Nampula, Nampula, Portuguese Mozambique

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      Arsene Wenger blames Carlos Queiroz for missing out on Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United
      could’ve come to Arsenal for free! Every club is full of stories like this – you can go to AC Milan, Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea.
      18/02 12:03

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      The age of the supercoaches

      For some spectators watching the World Cup this summer, they’ll be doing so with one eye on the action on the field, and another focused on the technical areas.

      Carlos Queiroz to quit Iran after tournament

      Portuguese manager Carlos Queiroz has confirmed that he will stand down as manager of Iran after the World Cup. The 61-year-old is frustrated with the lack of government funding.

      Bebe Eying A Sporting Lisbon Switch

      Manchester United attacker, Bebe, has been linked to a move to Sporting Lisbon this summer. His days at the Old Trafford seem to be coming to an end.

      Poyet rules out Man Utd move

      Tottenham assistant Gus Poyet has moved quickly to reject the speculation that Sir Alex Ferguson is lining him up as the successor to Carlos Queiroz; who has been assigned as the new coach of Portugal.

      Queiroz appointed as Portugal coach

      Carlos Queiroz has been appointed as the new coach of the Portugal national team. He now leaves his post as the assistant manager of Manchester United.

      Ronaldo to Stay, Queiroz To Go?

      According to reports emanating from England, Manchester United shall be able to hold onto their star player Cristiano Ronaldo but would have to lose out on their assistant manager Carlos Queiroz.

      Cantona to return to Man United?

      Former Manchester United player Eric Cantona is said to be seriously considering a move back to his former club but as a coach.

      Queiroz to coach Portugal?

      Man Utd number two Carlos Queiroz has been lined up as a potential successor to Luiz Felipe Scolari; who has been installed as the new coach of Chelsea. The Portuguese assistant to Ferguson has already been told the club will do anything to hang on to the player.

      Queiroz coy on Portugal job

      Manchester United manager Carlos Queiroz has decided to issue a "no comment" statement on the current rumours floating in the European press that he would become the new coach of the Portuguese national side.

      Queiroz talks Portugal link

      Manchester United assistant Carlos Queiroz has spoken for the first time about the potential move to become the new boss of Portugal after Luiz Felipe Scolari joined Chelsea.

      Queiroz to Lyon?

      Man Utd assistant manager Carlos Queiroz has been linked with a shock move to French Champions Lyon to replace the departing Alain Perrin.

      Queiroz hits out at Real

      Sir Alex Ferguson's assistant coach, Carlos Queiroz, has hit out at Real Madrid for their chase to sign Portuguese midfielder Cristiano Ronaldo. Man Utd were rumoured to be considering reporting Real Madrid after their relentless pursuit of the player.

      Gill eyes Queiroz as next coach

      Carlos Queiroz is very much in the frame to become Man Utd's next coach, according to the United chairman David Gill. Queiroz has been pencilled in as favorite to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson when he decides to retire.

      Queiroz important to Ronaldo

      Sir Alex Ferguson believes that assistant coach Carlos Queiroz could be an important ally for Man Utd aas they seek to tie the Portuguese player down to a new deal at the club. Queiroz has reportedly been offered a number of job opportunities this summer.

      Benfica choose Quique Flores

      Benfica has almost completed the signing of the Spanish coach Quique Flores to lead the red team for two or three seasons. In the coming hours he will be discussing the final details with club and the Spanish coach should be submitted no later than Monday.

      Queiroz hits out at referees

      Man Utd assistant Carlos Queiroz has hit out at referees who have potentially damaged United's season as they have now gone level with Chelsea on points in the race for the Premiership.

      Queiroz slaps £95m tag on Ronaldo

      Manchester United assistant boss Carlos Queiroz has warned Real Madrid that they will have to cough up £95 million if they have any chance of landing the Portuguese winger. Ronaldo's stunning displays have helped United edge to a second consecutive Premiership title.

      Miguel Veloso

      The brilliant midfield displays in the Portuguese top flight from Miguel Veloso have seen several of Europe's biggest clubs all have an interest in acquiring the player. Newcastle, Manchester United and Arsenal all wait on high alert for the Sporting Lisbon man to make a move.

      Ferguson: Queiroz is staying

      Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has insisted that his assistant manager Carlos Queiroz will not be leaving the club - despite reports that Benfica wish to make Queiroz their new boss.

      Queiroz talks Benfica

      Manchester United assistant manager Carlos Queiroz has revealed that he is flattered to have been linked with the vacant managers job at Benfica; and his shady response has indicated that the Portuguese coach may have some interest in taking the job in the future.