Slovenia have sacked head coach Tomaz Kavcic after winning just one of their seven games in 2018.
Kavcic was only appointed in December last year but has overseen a torrid run of results, with Slovenia languishing at the foot of League C Group 3 in the Nations League standings.
He steadied the ship with a 1-1 draw at home against Cyprus on Tuesday, but it was not enough to save his job.
There have been suggestions that Kavcic's difficult relationship with goalkeeper Jan Oblak - who missed the recent games with Norway and Cyprus - was to blame for his departure, but the Football Association of Slovenia's president Radenko Mijatovic denied that was the case.
He told a media conference: "It will never be because of a player that we change coach."
Slovenia will hope to have Kavcic's replacement in place when their Nations League campaign resumes in November with fixtures against Norway and Bulgaria.