Belarus coach Bernd Stange will step down
from his job after their unsuccessful Euro 2012 qualifying
campaign, their FA president Sergei Roumas has confirmed.
Belarus play their final Group D qualifier on Friday against
Romania in Bucharest but are already eliminated from the
competition as they cannot finish either first or second in the
They have 12 points from nine matches and at best can finish
third behind France and Bosnia.
Stange's farewell match is likely to be the friendly against
Euro 2012 co-hosts Poland in Wiesbaden, Germany, next Tuesday.
Stange, 63, whose long coaching career dates back to 1970-71
and includes spells as manager of the former East German and
Iraqi national teams, has been in the job since July 2007 and
took Belarus to its best ever position in the FIFA world
rankings of 36th in February, although they are currently now
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