Costa Rica coach Jorge Luis Pinto has decided to quit due to differences with the soccer federation.
''I realised I would not be able to count on conditions to carry out my work,'' Pinto said on his personal website overnight.
Pinto's contract ended after the World Cup. He said that it was not possible possible to reach and agreement.
''I ask myself, 'What use are the victories obtained in Brazil?''.
Eduardo Lee, the federation president, confirmed that the two parties had reach an agreement.
Costa Rica had their most successful ever World Cup in Brazil, reaching the last eight for the first time before going out on penalties to the Netherlands earlier this month.
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