Former Belgiam coach Marc Wilmots has been sacked Moroccan giants Raja Casablanca after only three months in charge.
Wilmots leaves the three time African champions after taking charge of only 10 games as their head coach.
He has been dismissed on grounds of poor and unconvincing results that saw him win four times in the 10 games he has in charge.
He managed to win 1-0 against AmaZulu of South Africa and Algeria’s ES Setif in the CAF Champions League.
Wilmots, who was also celebrating his 53rd birthday on Tuesday, lost two games and drew the other four.
The former Belgium national team captain and coach, was appointed head coach in November last year replacing Lassaad Chabbi.
Former Egypt and Al Ahly coach Hossam El Badry as well as former Tunisia coach Mondher Kebaier have been linked to replace him.
Raja Casablanca, who are also the current holders of the CAF Confederation Cup, will take on Guinea’s Horoya AC on Friday in the CAF Champions League Group B encounter in Casablanca.