Jaroslav Silovy, the Czech Republic’s manager has quit after qualifying for Euro 2024.
Silhavy took over in September 2018, and has led the Czech Republic into the quarterfinals of Euro 2020.
On Monday, the Czech Republic won 3-0 against Moldova and secured their spot at the European Championship next summer.
I told the President [of the Czech Republic Football Association] Petr Fouska. It was already a huge amount of pressure – I sometimes didn’t understand it. It also influenced our decision. “
Silhavy led the team to second-place in Euro 2024 qualification Group E after 26 wins, 10 draws and 20 losses during his 56 games in charge.
The Czech had stints as a manager in domestic football with clubs such as Viktoria Plzen, and Slavia Praha.
The entire team is behind me. Silhavy stated, “I am confident that we’ve done a good job.
Only 24 hours before the crucial Group E match on Monday, Silvhavy sent back three players including West Ham’s Vladimir Coufal after they visited a club Saturday .
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