Belgium is looking for someone with “a great deal of experience” to replace Wilmots.
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Belgium have parted company with their coach Marc Wilmots after a Euro 2016 quarterfinal elimination to Wales fell short of expectations, federation president Francois De Keesmaecker said Friday.Wilmots also oversaw the side that were beaten by Argentina in the quarterfinals at the 2014 World Cup and his charges were second only to Argentina in the FIFA rankings going into the Euro.Known as a hard man, Wilmots, a box-to-box midfielder in his youth, is one of the rare players to have featured at four World Cups.In 51 matches at the helm Wilmots oversaw 34 wins, nine defeats and eight draws.
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