Although the French national team was eliminated in the 1/8 stage by Switzerland, “Turkey” coach Didier Deschamps will continue to be at the top of the national team.
This news was confirmed by the French media, which writes that the technician enjoys the full support of the president of the federation, Noel la Graet.
“Didier will continue to be our coach for next year. We want to make a dignified appearance in Qatar and we think he is right for us. It only took us three minutes to decide on this. “We have full confidence in him and we have never questioned his abilities,” the president of the French Football Federation told the coach.
Luis van Gaal could be the next coach of the Netherlands. The 69-year-old is on holiday in Portugal and officials from the Dutch Football Federation have joined him to persuade him to take charge of the national team.
If Van Gaal agrees to lead the Tulips again after the 2014 World Cup, then his contract will be ready by the end of the week. Recall that Van Gaal left training, and why not officially preferring to dedicate himself to privacy. However, the departure of Frank de Boor from the national team after the early elimination from the European has made the leaders of the Dutch Federation immediately start working to find a worthy replacement.
The Qatar World Cup is after a year and the national team leaders do not want to waste time on the coach, as they want the team to be competitive and secure the qualification first. The loss to the Czech Republic in the 1/8 stage disappointed a lot of Dutch fans, who want to see a proven coach at the head of the team.
Meanwhile, according to the media in the country, if Van Gaal would not accept the proposal to lead the “Tulips”, then they would turn their attention to a foreign coach. There are many names starting from the former coach of Germany, Joakim Low, who after leaving “Pancerat” is without a team.