Uwe Neuhaus is no longer the head coach of Arminia Bielefeld.
Arminia Bielefeld have officially parted ways with head coach Uwe Neuhaus and his assistant coach Peter Nemeth following Saturday's 3-0 loss to Borussia Dortmund.
"We are very grateful to Uwe Neuhaus and Peter Nemeth for their dedicated work since they took up their posts in December 2018," reads a statement from the club.
"As head coach, Uwe Neuhaus took over the team in a very difficult situation at the bottom of the table and, within a year and a half, took it out of relegation danger to become the 2020 second-division champion and win promotion to the Bundesliga."
Bielefeld have managed to take just one point from their last five Bundesliga games. They sit 16th in the Bundesliga table with a game in hand.
Former RB Salzburg academy boss Frank Kramer has reportedly been lined up to replace Neuhaus.