This also applies to Ruedas coaching staff, as evidenced by a message from the Colombian Football Association.
Rueda had taken over Colombia in his second term in January last year to lead the South Americans to the World Cup in Qatar.
He went away from the Chilean Football Association, where he had a contract until the end of the World Cup qualifier in South America. Colombia, however, only reached the sixth place behind Peru, which in the playoffs against a team from Asia hope to make the World Cup participation.
Rueda, who dates from Cali and studied at the qualification Colombiascheschochschule Cologne, had already been from 2004 to 2006 Colombian selection coach. One of his greatest successes as a national coach included fourth place with Chile at Copa América 2019 and the World Cup participations with Honduras 2010 and Ecuador 2014.
As a club trainer, Rueda won 2016 with Atlético Nacional Copa Libertadores, the South American counterpart to the European Champions League.