Argentina former coach Edgardo Bauza believes that the team will make it to the World Cup despite their poor recent form.
Bauza has been sacked as the coach of Argentina some weeks back, and he believes that the team has enough quality to make it to Russia.
Bauza said that he is disappointed with the way things have worked out with the Argentinian team but he feels that they will be able to recover in time and make it to the 2018 World Cup that will be held in Russia.
Argentina has been in poor form during recent games and has been on a losing streak in matches against Paraguay, Brazil, and Bolivia. These successive losses have left them fifth in the qualifying table 11 points behind leaders Brazil.
Bauza said that he has done his best and that he has no regret with the way he has managed the team. He said that he thanks all the players as well as the staff for their support and that he is proud to have managed this team.
Bauza said that this has been a great experience for him and that he will be cherishing these memories. Unfortunately, the results did not follow, and it is for this reason that he have agreed to part ways. He said that this would be an opportunity for someone else to try something new and help the team go forward.
The outgoing manager stated that there are enough quality and experience in the team to qualify for the next World Cup and it is important that the team make it. He said that fans have been great even in defeat and that they deserved to see their team quality for the next World Cup in Russia. Bauza has wished good luck to his successor for this amazing adventure.