The last day of June was the last working day for Safet Susic as Bosnia-Herzegovina national team coach.
His contract expired, and the Dragons are now in search of the man to lead them into the Euro 2016 qualifiers.
Even though it looked like the coach's departure was a done deal, things have changed in the last few days, and it is now unclear if Susic will be leaving his post.
This divided public opinion, with some criticising Susic and others defending him for guiding Bosnia to the World Cup finals for the first time in their history.
Still, in situations like this it is wise to keep an eye on potential new head coaches for the team. Bosnia-Herzegovina begin their Euro 2016 adventure in September, when they play Cyprus at home, and will have to compete with Belgium, Israel, Wales and Andorra for a place in the finals in France.
Here, we offer the most serious candidates to take over Bosnian team.