(Persia Digest) – The Head of the Legal and Regulatory Committee of Iran’s Football Federation has stated that he no longer sees any reasons for leaving remarks made by Carlos Queiroz unanswered, adding: “Measures have been taken for a lawsuit.”

Commenting on recent remarks made by former Team Melli coach, Carlos Queiroz, Ahmadreza Barati added: “We are in contact with FIFA. We officially corresponded with the Colombia Football Federation and the South American Football Confederation today. His remarks which are against the ethical codes of FIFA will certainly be investigated.”

He added: “The Iranian Football Federation has acted on all its financial and non-financial obligations vis a vis Queiroz. Of course, the IR of Iran has limitations regarding all international financial transactions. This does not apply solely to the Football Federation.”

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He continued by saying: “Queiroz who claims to like Iranians should have behaved with more patience. But he is continually accusing the Iranian Football Federation in his interviews.”

Persia Digest (PD) reports that Queiroz filed a lawsuit against the Federation with FIFA’s disciplinary committee for non-payment of his salaries for the last six months of his 8-year old contract.

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The President of the Iranian Football Federation, Mahdi Taj, had said that he resolved the issue on a trip to Malaysia at the beginning of April.

But Queiroz called him a liar and said he had not yet received his money.

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