After Frosinone were relegated last week, the club has announced that coach Roberto Stellone has left by mutual consent.
The 38-year-old guided the Canarini to Serie A for the first time in their history, finishing just behind Carpi in Serie B last season.
Yet just eight wins all season saw Frosinone engulfed in a relegation battle and their drop back to Serie B was confirmed last week with defeat against Sassuolo.
“With the end of the 2015/16 season, Frosinone would like to thank Roberto Stellone for the great work he has done over the past four years,” the offical club statement read.
“The decision not to continue our working relationship was agreed on by both parties.”
In the end, Stellone’s final game in charge of Frosinone was the heavy 4-0 away at Napoli which was marked by Gonzalo Higuain breaking the all time record for most goals in a single Serie A campaign.