Lithuania coach Raimondas
Zutautas quit on Wednesday, a day after his side were thumped
4-1 at home by the Czech Republic in their final Euro 2012
qualifier, the national football federation said.
Former Lithuania captain Zutautas, 39, had been in charge
since February 2010 after replacing Portugal's Jose Couceiro.
"We have failed to win as many points as we wished. Since I,
as a coach, failed to reach my goals, I'm finishing my work
here," Zutautas said in statement.
Lithuania finished fourth out of five teams in Group I with
just five points from eight matches. Their campaign began in
promising fashion with a draw against Scotland and a shock
victory over the Czechs in Olomouc.
But they picked up just one further point from a draw at
home to perennial strugglers Liechtenstein.
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