Frank de Boer has left his job as Netherlands boss after their last 16 Euro 2020 exit.
The Oranje were one of the more impressive sides in the tournament during the group stage winning all three of their games and scoring eight goals.
But they came unstuck against the Czech Republic over the weekend as a two second half goals saw the Dutch crash out at the first knockout stage.
It means De Boer will now depart from his post, less than a year after he succeeded Ronald Koeman in the role, with the Dutch FA announcing that it was decision both parties agreed on – having failed to reach the quarter-final of the tournament as had been stipulated in his contract.
“The objective wasn’t achieved, that was clear so in anticipation of the evaluation of our tournament, I’ve decided not to continue,” De Boer stated.
“It was an honour and a challenge. I was aware of the pressure that would come upon me from the moment I was appointed and that has only increased, which isn’t a healthy situation for me nor the squad in the build-up to World Cup qualification.”
It is unclear as yet who will take over.