Jaroslav Silhavy has stepped down as Czech Republic coach after qualifying for the 2024 European Championship.
Silhavy, 62, took cost in September 2018 and led the Czech Republic to the quarter-finals of Euro 2020.
The Czech Republic has booked its place at subsequent summer season’s European Championships Moldova defeated 3-0 on Monday.
“Although we’re blissful now, we had already determined earlier than the match to not proceed,” stated Silhavy.
“I’ve knowledgeable the president [of the Czech Republic football association] Petr Fouska about it. The strain was already huge – generally I did not even perceive it. This additionally contributed to our determination.”
Silhavy oversaw 26 wins throughout his 56 matches in cost, drawing 10 and shedding 20, and guided them to second place in Group E throughout their Euro 2024 qualifying marketing campaign.
The Czech has had home managerial spells at a bunch of golf equipment, together with Viktoria Plzen and Slavia Prague.
“It isn’t nearly me, however I’ve your complete implementation crew behind me. I’m satisfied that now we have carried out the work and that we’re leaving good outcomes,” stated Silhavy.
Simply 24 hours earlier than Monday’s essential Group E match, Silvhavy despatched dwelling three gamers, together with West Ham’s Vladimir Coufal, after Went to a nightclub on Saturday.