The Spanish coach of the senior national team of Algeria Lucas Alcaraz have parted way with the team ahead of their World Cup 2018 Qualifiers clash against Nigeria next month.
Superdeporte.es reports that the coach who has a win record of one in four games since taking over from George Leekens who resigned in February has already returned back to Spain.
Algeria are out of the race to qualify for the World Cup after picking up just one point in five games, in a group where they were viewed as favourite to qualify when the draws were made.
It has been a disastrous campaign for them as Alcaraz only took charge of the team in April following the resignation of Geroge Leekens in February before their reverse tie against Nigeria.
They are now searching for their fifth coach in just over a year since the start of the qualifiers for the World Cup 2018, where they are rooted to the bottom of group B.