The Bosnia coach, Faruk Hadzibegic, has resigned from his position following back-to-back losses in their recent Euro 2024 qualifying games, according to the country’s football association (NFSBIH).
“Bosnia and Herzegovina national team’s incumbent head coach Faruk Hadzibegic will not perform this job in the future,” NFSBIH said in a statement.
Hadzibegic, a former player for Yugoslavia, briefly managed Bosnia in 1999 before taking on the job again in January. However, Bosnia’s performance under his leadership was not successful, as they lost three out of four matches. His tenure ended with a 3-0 defeat to Portugal and a 2-0 home loss to Luxembourg.
Hadzibegic has also managed the national team of Montenegro and various clubs such as Sochaux, Real Betis, Troyes, Dijon, Bastia, and Valenciennes.
Bosnia currently holds the fourth position in Group J of the European Championship qualifiers, having suffered three losses out of four matches.