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Murat Yakin – Switzerland

Murat Yakin succeeded Vladimir Petkovic on the bench of the national team, who built and led the team with considerable success, and he left national team to take over the role of manager of Bordeaux in 2021/22 season. With Petkovic, Switzerland made a historic success at the last European Championship by reaching the quarterfinals.

During his playing career, Yakin played for the national team 49 times, and he comes to the position of coach from the position of coach in the Swiss second division club Schaffhausen.

Yakin at first signed a contract with the association until the end of the World Cup qualifiers in Qatar with the possibility of extending the cooperation. "The national team has a place in my heart since my playing days. This opportunity to represent my country as a coach is a great honor. I have no doubt that we will be able to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar with this great team, with which we will continue to celebrate success," said Yakin at the appointment.

Yakin started his coaching career in 2006 in Concordia from Basel as an assistant coach. He was an assistant at Grasshoppers, and independently managed Freundfeld, Grasshoppers B team, Thun, Lucerne, Basel, Spartak Moscow, Schaffhausen, Grasshoppers, Sion and again Schaffhausen. Yakin had his debut as a manager in September during the international break, more precisely on the first day of September when Switzerland welcomed Greece in Basel in a friendly match.

Yakin, who spent his playing days in Switzerland, Germany and Turkey, won two championship titles as coach of Basel (2013 and 2014), with whom he reached the semi-finals and quarter-finals of the Europa League.

Of course, after successfully reaching World Cup in Qatar Yakin will lead the team on the tournament.

The manager of Switzerland, Murat Yakin, expressed his impressions after the draw for the World Cup, where it was decided that they will compete in Group G with Brazil, Serbia and Cameroon: "I am very happy with the outcome of the draw. Brazil, Serbia and Cameroon are big challenges for us. We will be ready for everything that awaits us and to qualify for the next phase,'' he said and then added: "Brazil and Serbia are national teams on same level with us, so we have serious work ahead of us. It won't be easy for them against us. Cameroon is an interesting team, it will be nice if we win against them.''