Robbie Fowler has been dismissed from his role in the Saudi second decision – despite overseeing an unbeaten start.
The Liverpool icon had overseen six wins and two draws from the opening eight league matches to sit a point from top in the race to reach the riches of the Saudi Pro League.
The news has come as a shock with Fowler thriving in his fourth managerial role after previous spells with Muangthong United, Brisbane Roar and East Bengal.
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A brief statement from Al-Qadsiah read: "Al-Qadsiah terminates its contractual relationship with coach Robbie Fowler.
"We thank the coach for what he provided during the contractual period with the team."
Since his appointment on June 29, Al-Qadsiah had won six of their eight Saudi First Division League matches, sitting one point from top spot with 20 points.
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The club wasted no time in naming his successor as former Real Madrid midfielder and Marseille boss Jose Miguel Gonzalez.
The 60-year-old has vast experience around Europe and beyond and won three trophies with Olympiacos – after winning LaLiga six times as a player.
Known as Michel, he also finished as high as fourth in the running for the Ballon d'Or back in 1987.
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Flower had told The Mirror back in July: I have taken a job in the league below the Saudi Pro League because I am ambitious to become a manager, because I want to prove myself.
"I've not been been given that chance in the UK. You look at my record, and I've done well wherever I've been, despite inheriting teams who were struggling before I arrived.
"This is my fourth head coach job now, and I back myself to succeed in this business."
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