Per-Mathias Høgmo is no longer a first class coach in football. It has been confirmed by the Norwegian Football Association in a statement.
Therefore making the 1-2 defeat against the Czech Republic his last match as coach.
– The coaching staff and the NFF have jointly agreed that Høgmo will no longer continue as the Norwegian coach, wrote the Football Association in a statement.
Høgmo got 35 games under his belt after he took over in 2013. Including ten victories, seven draws and 18 losses.
The 56-year-old has endured massive criticism ever since the defeat to Hungary in the EM-offs last year. The start of the World Cup qualifiers have also been a big letdown with three points in four games. There have only won against San Marino.
Since the beginning of this year, there have been three wins, one draw and six losses. The victories have come against Finland, Iceland and San Marino. Only the latter gave points in a qualification
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today