The World Cup is over and countries have begin to take proper stock and give direction for their football.
In this light, the Argentine Football Association (AFA) has announced Jorge Sampaoli will not continue as national team head coach following a chaotic World Cup.
“The Argentine Football Association [AFA] and the ex-coach of the national team Jorge Sampaoli today reached a mutual agreement to rescind his contract,” the AFA said in a statement on Sunday.
The AFA thanked 58-year-old Sampaoli and his assistants, who have also left their positions, for their services.
The decision means that Argentina, world champions in 1978 and 1986, are looking for their fourth coach in four years.
The split with Sampaoli, who led Chile to the Copa America title in 2015 with victory over Argentina in the final, was expected even though he had a contract until 2022.