Tasnim - The Iranian national football team's coach Carlos Queiroz has been nominated for Cameroon football team.
The Portuguese coach is among 60 candidates who have been nominated to take charge of the Indomitable Lions.
Carlos Queiroz’s contract with Team Melli runs out after the 2018 World Cup.
The former Real Madrid coach has been already linked with Uzbekistan job.
According to 237foot.com, Claude Makelele, Willy Sagnol, Philippe Troussier, Pierre Lechantre, Alain Giresse and Hubert Velud are candidates to be named as new Cameroon coach.
The vacant Cameroon head coach's job has been advertised by the Normalisation Committee running Cameroon's football federation (Fecafoot).
The 2017 Africa Cup of Nations champion is seeking to fill the role made vacant when Hugo Broos departed at the end of his contract last month.
Fecafoot wants a top foreign or local coach who has a "good record and has won national or international titles as a player, club coach or national coach."
They are also seeking a candidate "with good character and in good health" who also has a 'good knowledge of African football."