Franco-Bosnian coach Vahid Halilhodzic felt he had “taken away his honour” by sacking him as Morocco coach this summer season and denying him the 2022 World Cup, the place the Atlas Lions have shone.
“They took away my delight. I can neither overlook nor forgive them. As a result of it was speculated to be my farewell to the teaching profession.” 70-year-old Halilhodzic advised the Croatian information website tportal.hr about this.
Morocco, led by Walid Regraghi, grew to become the primary African staff to achieve the semi-finals of the World Cup, knocking out Spain and Portugal specifically.
Halilhodzic stated that his successor even paid him a tribute “could not heal his bitterness or make up for what (he) missed throughout the match.”
In cost since 2019, the previous PSG coach was compelled to depart his put up in Morocco in August, notably as a result of a row with star striker Hakim Ziyech, who he neglected of the squad for “disciplinary issues”.
The Royal Moroccan Soccer Federation (FRMF) then talked about the break up “pleasant” due to “Completely different Views on Atlas Lion Coaching”.