Australian coach Tony Popovic has reportedly parted ways with struggling Turkish Super Lig club Karabukspor with the club president reportedly saying a new coach will now take the side.
"We have economical studies and there are things that need to be improved from the point of view of the sport ... We have negotiations and meetings for this purpose ...
"We will play matches with [coach] Levent Açıkgöz, " Karabukspor president Ziya Unsal reportedly told Europsport Turkey.
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Popovic joined the club in the first week of October after walking out on Hyundai A-League club Western Sydney Wanderers on the eve of the season.
The former AFC Champions League winner managed just one league win since joining the club.
The Aussie coach's spell made even more difficult with the Turkish club in turmoil after the club’s board and chairman walked out just weeks into his stint.