Ramon Diaz has resigned from his position as Paraguay coach following their elimination from the Copa America Centenario.
A 1-0 defeat to hosts United States on Saturday ended Paraguay's chances of making it to the quarter-finals.
Following the loss in Philadelphia, Diaz took the decision to step down after just 18 months at the helm.
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The 56-year-old led Paraguay to the semi-finals of the 2015 Copa America, where they were hammered 6-1 by Argentina. However, Paraguay have won only two of their 11 matches since that tournament.
Diaz leaves La Albirroja in seventh position in the CONMEBOL section of qualifying for World Cup 2018, a point adrift of an automatic place in the tournament in Russia.
Paraguay's campaign continues in September, when they will take on Chile and Uruguay.