The interim committee of the Syrian Football Association announced today that Romanian coach Valerio Tetsa has been appointed as the technical director of the first team, replacing the article by Nisar Mahroos. The panel indicated that Titza will arrive in the capital Damascus on Tuesday and officially accept the assignment, with assistant technical staff and executive staff to be formed later.
Ditza had previously led the Syrian team to victory in the 2010 AFC Cup, and he led the Syrian team for a short time during the 2011 Asian Cup in Qatar, beating Saudi Arabia and exiting the first round with defeats to Japan and Jordan. .
The team fired Mahroos and his technical staff after Qatar lost 3-0 to Iran in Oman on Tuesday in the sixth round of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers “due to poor results”. Nisar Mahroos took over as coach last July following the resignation of Tunisian Nabil Maloul.
The Syrian team finished last sixth in the first group of the third and final round of international qualifying rounds, two points from two draws and four defeats, two rounds before the end.
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