The Belgian Football Association “one hundred percent” with your spanish coach Roberto MartinezBut the Red Devils have to “learn” after the two defeats that put them last in their last four Nations League matches.
“He is still the right man for the job,” Peter Bossart, executive director of the Royal Belgian Football Association (URBSFA), said in an interview with the daily Het Nieuwsblad.
We still support you 100%. But we have to learn from the match against France
Belgium fell in the semi-finals of the League of Nations against France (2-3) despite the start of winning 2-0 and also lost in the third-place match against Italy (2-1).
“We still support him 100%. But we have to learn from the match against France in which we gave our best and worst times in a long time,” Bossart added.
Roberto Martinez, who signed a disappointing euro After being eliminated in the quarter-finals against Italy, he still retains FIFA ranking number one He has in his pocket qualification for the World Cup in Qatar next year.
The technician, who was in charge of Belgium for five years and whose name has emerged in recent weeks as Possible replacement for Ronald Koeman on the bench at BarcelonaThere was no response to those rumors.
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