Fatih Terim has resigned as coach of Turkey.
Terim, who failed to lead his country to the 2006 World Cup, said he would quit the post because of changes at the Turkish Football Federation.
Terim said: "I have accepted the offer to restructure Turkish football from youth levels and up in order to get the community involved.
"We set up the foundation with my friends but after the administration changes at the TFF I think it would be the most proper thing to open the way for them and give them freedom in their decisions."
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