‘My contract has come to an end’ – Roberto Martinez steps down as Belgium coach after the team’s poor performance at the 2022 FIFA World Cup

After Belgium’s disappointing finish at this year’s FIFA World Cup, fans were absolutely stunned as they believed this year would be theirs. But after his depressing performance against Croatia, today all the hard work and preparations the team has made for this tournament have surfaced.

Belgium appeared to be a pretty average team this FIFA World Cup, scoring just one goal throughout the entire tournament, showing a pretty average appearance offensively. Having only won one game out of 3, Belgium has not been able to take full advantage of their superstars, leaving all questions to be answered by coach Roberto Martinez, who announced his end as Belgium manager.

After the match, the Belgian Football Federation made a statement. “After the early departure of our national team at the 2022 FIFA World Cup held in Qatar, we were extremely disappointed because we failed and therefore disappointed the Belgian people who supported our team to the end. An era and an era have come to an end. Today with our coach Roberto Martinez of Belgium The Royal Football Association will part ways.”

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What has Roberto Martinez said about his future as Belgium manager?

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Roberto Martinez against Croatia in the 90th minute.

After the match, Martinez was at the post-match presentation and said it was him now. “I had to accept” His time as Belgium manager has finally come to an end after a shocking knockout from the tournament. said “Yes, this was my last game. It’s been six years and I came here with the idea of ​​participating in the 2018 World Cup.”

Added, “Then we were so interested in the project that we won the bronze medal. I am proud of these players. It was great. It’s been six years where we’ve been able to do anything you want to do. The team played and gave people real joy. But this is the time for me to accept. I won’t resign This is the end of my contract.”

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