Robert Prosinecki leaves Bosnia & Herzegovina head coach role
The Euro 2020 playoff opponents of northern Ireland Bosnia & Herzegovina have parted company with head coach Robert Prosinecki.
The former Portsmouth and also Croatia midfielder has left the role after 22 months in charge, was appointed January 2018.
Prosinecki away wins over Northern Ireland in the UEFA Nations League of last year and directed his side but will not have the opportunity to manage a success when the sides meet again in the nation on March 26 2020.
The 50-year-old’s replacement is expected to be announced shortly.
Bosnia struggled to some fourth-place end in Group J of this European Qualifiers, supporting Italy, Finland and Greece, winning only four of the 10 games.
“An agreement has been reached with Prosinecki to complete the contract and that he is no longer the selector of this football’A’ national group of Bosnia & Herzegovina,” read a statement by the Secretary General of the Soccer Federation of Bosnia & Herzegovina [BiH],” Adnan Dzemidzic.
“The Executive Board of the BiH Football Federation is expected to have a whole session from the middle of next week”